FinTech & the Making of a Cashless Society
09 February 18:00-21:00
Series: In the Spotlight
Venue: London & Partners

Please note this event is now SOLD OUT.

For as long as humans have walked the planet, transactions of goods have taken place and exchanges have been made. From trading grains and cattle, to the emergence of monetary systems, society has been built on foundations of exchanging one thing in exchange for another. As the concept of money has evolved, society is now on the brink of becoming cashless and Scandinavian countries are at the forefront of being the prime examples.

The Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the UK is delighted to invite the SCC network for an evening looking at the making of a cashless society. Bringing together FinTech companies, banks and financial institutions as well as retailers and other businesses and stakeholders with an interest in how this has come about,  we aim to explore why cities like Stockholm and Helsinki are both breeding financial technological solutions by the minute whilst also slowly becoming closer to being completely cashless.

Panellists confirmed: 

Laurel Wolfe, Marketing Director, Klarna

Barry Manning, Head of Transaction Banking, Danske Bank Ireland

Johan Nord, CCO, Trustly

Oscar Morén, VP Sales, BehavioSec

Daniel Kjellén, CEO and Founder, Tink



Address: London & Partners, 2 More London Riverside, London SE1 2RR

Date: 9 February

Time: 18:00 -21:00

We look forward to welcoming you on the 9 February!  


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