LendIt Fintech Europe 2018
Europe’s Leading Event for Innovation in Financial Services
  • 1200+
  • Attendees
  • 150+
  • Speakers
  • 50+
  • Countries
Brexit opposer, Blackrock Advisor, Evening Standard Editor Osborne has much to say about Britain and EU economies in the age of fintech. Hear this independent thinker’s observations about fintech, bitcoin, blockchain, open banking, AI and Brexit.
Rt Hon George Osborne CH, Chancellor of the Exchequer 2010 to 2016
Attendee Brochure Now Available!
Our 18 page brochure outlines what you can expect at our November event in London including the eight Agenda Track descriptions and a comprehensive look at all the fintechs, investors and banks who attend. Check it out!
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LendIt Fintech attracts thousand of fintech decision makers from Europe’s most influential companies. Sponsoring the event is your best chance to do business with the people shaping the fintech industry.
Past Participating Companies
The financial services industry is going through a major change, where updating knowledge is a "must". LendIt Fintech is the best industry event if someone wants to understand the key drivers on the market, impacting not only the new players in marketplace lending, peer to peer platforms, but the entire financial services industry. The conference is well organized with high quality, up to date content with excellent speakers. I recommend it for both incumbents and challengers!
Gabriella Kindert, Head of Alternative Credit, NN Investment Partners
Speakers Just Announced
  • John Goodall
  • Co-Founder and CEO
  • Landbay
  • Rosemary Kelley
  • Senior Managing Director
  • Kroll Bond Rating Agency, Inc.
  • Rt Hon George Osborne CH
  • Shivani Siroya
  • CEO & Founder
  • Tala

Highlights from LendIt Fintech Europe 2017
    The Open Banking Revolution
    How Big Banks Are Approaching the New Connected World
    The Largest Small Business Lenders in the UK
    How the Blockchain Will Impact Financial Services
    Will Fintech Partnerships be the Future of Banking?
    Mythbusting the Future of AI in Financial Services