|On a steaming hot day, 200 people piled into the Truman Brewery’s Boiler House. Warm winds of change are coming to the UK’s financial services, among the sources of this is surely the Leveche from Madrid. BBVA’s dominance of the progressive end of Europe’s Tier 1 banking world has not been subtle. After sponsoring the last two years of Wired Money they are the main sponsor today of Next Money, the inaugaural London event, 36th from the Australian producers of Next Money, already established in Hong Kong, Singapore, New York & Silicon Valley.|
The day was broken into 3 distinct elements: panels, keynote talks & BBVA’s Open Talent pitching from 20 start ups. I’ve made an insultingly short summary of a very full day of these areas and have my full notes available on Linkedin (Max Kalis) if not included as an appendix here) and recommend you explore for yourself before make up your own mind on these things, people & ideas.
Start Up Pitching
Full Notes Below:
b) Core Banking (8/10)
c) Artificial Intelligence (4/10)
By Max Kalis, Influx Consulting – Independent Innovation & Fintech Consulting