'Europe India Fintech Summit 2020'
Sep/ Oct 2020 - The LaLiT Ashok, Bengaluru, India.
Europe India Centre for Business & Industry and Sivaleen Foundation for Developed India (A Section 8 NGO) are organising 'Europe India Fintech Summit 2020' (#EIfintech), which will be our 25th Major summit over the past 10 years. #EIfintech follows the hosting of 24 Major business summits in the European Union (22 summits at the British Parliament and 2 summits at the European Parliament) whereby EICBI & Sivaleen have engaged more than 3240 delegates from 2190 companies during the summits.
Europe India Fintech Summit will focus on the fintech scenario in the UK, the EU and India along with the burning questions on regulatory matters, Brexit and EU-UK-India Fintech cooperation will be the focal points of the
summit. The stage will host keynotes, fireside chats and panels, each convening some of the most influential names in global FinTech to explore innovation in the space.
#EIfintech is expected to bring together business leaders, FinTech entrepreneurs, the investor community, policy makers, governments and the world’s largest organisations to imagine and develop the framework for the next generation of FinTech innovations in regulation, payments, blockchain technology and more. Representatives from the global FinTech community will discuss the impact of the sector on consumers and economies across their respective regions with special focus on collaboration between Europe and India.
Few of the companies participating the summit.
Chakra Venture Partners LLP
Bharat innovation fund amongst others
PARTIAL LIST OF SPEAKERS
British MP & International Trade Development Expert
Mr Sujit S Nair FRSA
Chairman - Europe India Centre for Business & Industry
Mr Srinivasa Sivakumar
Chief Digital Advisor at Microsoft
Ms Bharti Maan
Director- Digital Transformation & Innovation Advisory, SAP
Mr Prasoon Mukherjee
Vice President, Unit Head at Societe Generale
Mr Lucas Bianchi
Co-Founder & Promoter, Namaste Credit
Mr Praphul Chandra
Dr Vinay Asthana
Associate Professor - Finance
Mr Jonathan Bill
Co-Founder / CEO at CreditMate
Mr Swarnatama Ganguli
Founder – KPI Consulting
Mr Sanjay Jain
Partner - Bharat Innovation Fund/ Chief Innovation Officer - CIIE, IIMA
Mr Jaspreet Bindra
Founder - Digital Matters, Partner - Singularity University in India
Dr Srikanth P Parthasarathy
Managing Partner - Chakra Venture Partners LLP
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Investors and Investment seekers
Banking and Financial Institution Representatives
Consultants seeking new engagements
Accountants who can help new companies
Solicitors/Lawyers who provide guidance
Senior Academicians and Thought Leaders
WHAT TO EXPECT
Insight into the latest developments of FinTech as EICBI's Fintech 2020 convenes for a day long of engagement and break-out sessions.
The impact of Brexit on Fintech in the UK - EU - India corridor will be a prime focus.
The Brexit highlight will include Market Access, Authorization, Foreign Investment and International talent requirements.
Europe-India Fintech Relations - The summit would strengthen the Strategic Partnership of the regions by confirming the momentum and opportunities in the FinTech domain for the year 2020.
Global issues - The summit will reinforce the role of EU, UK and India as long term partners in the Fintech industry's growth and prosperity by creating clarity on current and emerging opportunities in the corridor.
Foreign policy - Discussions on foreign policy will focus on the latest developments in EU, UK and India's financial services and technology ecosystem from both regulatory and industrial perspectives.
Creation of jobs through fostering trade and economic cooperation is an extended area of discussion.
Distinguished speakers from EU, UK and India - These individuals will share their knowledge and experience in content rich sessions.
Opportunities to network - Connect with legends of FinTech, industry insiders, influential journalists, policy makers and the hottest new talent.
Association - Involvement with on-stage demos, presentations and exhibitor spaces will be a great opportunity to showcase your Fintech products and services.
Planting your Story - Presence will be witnessed by startups, policy makers, investors, international hubs and global media thereby making the platform an opportunity in itself to get spotted and build your reach.
Launch of EuropeIndiaFintech50 list - A list of 50 Emerging Fintech Industry Leaders list from the EU, UK and India
PROPOSED AGENDA - SEP/ OCT 2020
Find agendas and post conference reports of our previous 24 summits at British Parliament in London, European Parliament in Brussels & other locations during the last 10 years HERE
Join CEOs, CFOs, Exec. GMs, Marketers and Board members to receive an extensive briefing on strategies for fintech businesses to pursue your business in India, the UK and EU.
Interaction with experts from EU, UK and India which helps in updating the knowledge at interactive sessions
Global networking: In transferring and exchanging Ideas
Scope of enhancing marketing opportunities and collaborations
Network with key experts (EU/UK/ India) and explore new business opportunities
Sharing and learning of best practices and success stories
Sharing your points of view on growth enablers and get feedback for the same from other experts at the conference
Europe India Fintech Summit 2020 will bring huge benefits to all the leaders from fintech sector who attend the conference by giving you access to the connections in EU, UK & India corridor, financing, resources and strategic insight for growing their business across continents.
There are two options for delegates to attend the summit.
A delegate can become a strategic partner by paying Rs 50,000 and attend all our summits for a year. We organise major summits at British Parliament in London and European Parliament in Brussels in addition to various other activities in the UK, India and European Union. Please note that in case you are looking to explore opportunities in the UK and the European Union and attend our summits in London and Brussels, becoming a Strategic Partner is a recommended option as it allows access to all the events over a period of one year and much more as briefed above As a strategic partner of Europe India Centre for Business and Industry, one gets:
Priority access to EICBI business meets/ events/ partner events for a year.
Access to the delegate list ( Delegate name, Designation, Organisation) of our summits
Your logo and link on the “Strategic Partners” page of EICBI website for year.
Opportunities to promote your organisation in EICBI E-Newsletter.
Offers from our partner organisations
Speaking opportunities and exposure of your brand during EICBI activities
Opportunities to organise joint events when possible.
Broadcast your announcement and news through our social media channels.
If a delegate is interested only to attend the Europe India Fintech Summit 2020 and not become a strategic partner, our regular tickets prices are Rs 3,500.
TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR PREVIOUS SUMMIT ATTENDEES
Ms. Naomi Canton
UK-based journalist who writes about Indian affairs
This was an excellent event with many high-profile speakers in which topics of immense importance to the UK and India were discussed. Healthcare professionals from India and the UK attended and it provided great networking opportunities for them as well as a platform for the challenges and opportunities in investing in healthcare sector in India to be discussed. It was a vitally important topic. The sessions were well structured and it was very well organised
Dr Vishaal Virani
Co founder - Ada Health
I would like to thank you for all the work you did for the summit. It was an excellent afternoon, and went very smoothly and efficiently. This was a fantastic event to help us further our ambitions to collaborate with Indian healthcare partners. The speakers and panel sessions were very insightful, and I met some very interesting contacts to follow up with.
Mr. Mike Berry
Director - 600 Group
“I was delighted to chair one of the panel sessions at the recent Manufacturing Summit. The number and quality of attendees meant we could have a good discussion and I hope other delegates got as much from the event as I did”