The 19th CLAB Financial Technology and Innovation Conference, organized by the Florida International Bankers Association (FIBA) and the Federación Latinoamericana de Bancos (FELABAN), will reunite 1,000 banking executives and tech leaders from across the Americas in Hollywood, FL on September 4-6.
Experts from some of the world’s leading banking, technology and consulting companies, such as Netflix, PayPal, Microsoft, VISA, JP Morgan, Santander, McKinsey, EY, Deloitte, IBM, CITI and BBVA will join regulators and government officials to provide a broad and diverse perspective on how FinTech and digital transformation are impacting the financial services sector.
The speakers’ lineup includes: Jorge Machado, McKinsey; Dan Mendes, Deloitte; Gustavo Monteiro, Netflix; Rene Salazar, PayPal; Alan Koenigsberg, VISA; Fernando Moreno, BBVA; David Zimmerman, IBM; Driss Temsamani, CITI; John Hunter, JP Morgan; Liliana Marcos, CNBV Mexico; Irene Arias, IDB Lab; Nikhil Lele, EY and Belisario Contreras, OAS, in addition to senior executives from leading global organizations and FinTech innovators and entrepreneurs.
In addition, CLAB also announced that Andres Oppenheimer, the multiple award-winning columnist with The Miami Herald, CNN anchor and author of seven books, will deliver the keynote presentation on Friday, September 6 at 10 am.
“There is no question this is one of the best teams of speakers ever assembled for a CLAB event. From RegTech, blockchain and payment innovation to cybersecurity, CX and AI, participants will have first-hand access to the leaders and experts that are directly involved in the ongoing transformation of the financial sector,” said David Schwartz, FIBA president and CEO. “This is the platform to stay current with the leading-edge of FinTech.”
CLAB 2019 is supported by strategic partners, including Ernst & Young, Asi Group, Automation Anywhere, Entrust Datacard, Latinia, Vierge Group, Cloudflare, Microsoft, Infocorp, Prisma Technologies, Grupo Clai, Open Legacy, Tememos, Veritran, Charge Anywhere, Fiserv, ProColombia and more than 85 supporting organizations.
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