This fall in New York, we’ll take a deep dive into the technologies that are changing how we spend, save and invest — indeed that are changing many of the basic assumptions of our daily lives including the very future of money itself.
From AI-enabled robo-investing to the implications for retail of a cashless world to the impact on monetary policy if and when governments move to digital tender, technological innovation is rapidly changing our relationship to money, creating major new opportunities but also creating poorly understood risks.
To explore these and other related topics, from the future of financial data security to the technological implications of a workforce delaying retirement, we’ll talk to the technologists, visionaries, founders, and entrepreneurs who are creating the future as well as the venture capitalists, hedge funds, banks and major financial institutions making big bets on how we’ll live our financial lives.
Natalie BrussFifth Wall Ventures Partner
Bill CapuzziApex Clearing CEO
Wole CoaxumMoCaFi Founder & CEO
Vanessa ColellaHead of Citi Ventures, Chief Innovation Officer, Citi
Kara CoppaBLΔKFX COO, EVP & Co-Founder
Dr. Stacey DixonIntelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) Director
Catherine FlaxPefin CEO
Adena FriedmanNasdaq President and CEO
Rishi GargMayfield Fund Partner
Nima GhamsariBlend CEO & Co-Founder
Matt HarrisBain Capital Ventures Managing Director
Ramya JosephPefin Founder
Joey KrugPantera Capital Co-Chief Investment Officer
Yo Sub KwonCo-Founder & CEO, Hosho.io Managing Partner, Pink Sky Capital
Renaud LaplancheUpgrade Co-Founder & CEO
Anthony NotoSoFi CEO
Charles PhillipsInfor CEO
Andy RachleffWealthfront Co-Founder & CEO
Christine SandlerCoinbase Director of Institutional Sales
Stacy ScottKroll Managing Director, Cyber Security and Investigations
Shamina SinghMastercard Center for Inclusive Growth President; Executive Vice President, Sustainability
Vlad TenevRobinhood Co-Founder & Co-CEO
Ryan WilliamsCadre Co-Founder & CEO
Cathie WoodARK Invest CEO & CIO
Edith Yeung500 Startups Partner
October 16 - Tuesday
Registration & Networking Breakfast
LocationWilliam Vale Hotel, Brooklyn
The Future of Money
Where Millennials are Investing
The technology behind some of the leading mobile investment companies shares insights on trends and what matters most to Millennial investors.
CEO , Apex Clearing
Where Top Venture Capitalists are Investing Now
Identifying the hottest trends in fintech and which companies top venture capitalists are backing.
Investing in High Risk, High Reward Technologies
Dr. Stacey Dixon
Director , Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA)
What's Next for Robo-Advisors
Wealthfront continues to add features to its service offerings. We'll explore what's on deck for the pure software model robo-advisor.
Co-Founder & CEO , Wealthfront
Evolution of Mobile Payments
As the shift to mobile wallets and payment increases and the battle for market share continues to heat up, which services and security measures are required to win over consumers? Which countries are leading the way in mobile payments?
Realistic Solutions for the Unbanked
As commerce continues to embrace technology and digital currencies become more commonplace, what will happen to unbanked and underbanked consumers? What can be done to ensure no one gets left behind in the digital economy?
How major retailers are leveraging artificial intelligence and new tools to enhance the consumer shopping experience.
Fintech Landscape in China
A spotlight on what's driving huge investments and innovation in China's fast-growing fintech industry.
Partner , 500 Startups
Government Crackdown on Crypto
Protecting Cryptocurrency Exchanges
Recent cryptocurrency exchange hacks highlight vulnerabilities. As cryptocurrency grows in popularity, what can be done to protect the exchanges and increase investor confidence?
Institutional Investors Meet Crypto
Despite the recent turbulence in cryptocurrency markets, institutional investors are taking a serious look at the digital currency.
Networking and Cocktail Reception
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The SIA Group’s history dates back to 1947 with the maiden flight of Malayan Airways Limited. The airline was later renamed Malaysian Airways Limited and then Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (MSA). In 1972, MSA split into Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Malaysian Airline System. Initially operating a modest fleet of 10 aircraft to 22 cities in 18 countries, SIA has since grown to be a world-class international airline group.
Singapore Airlines is committed to the constant enhancement of the three main pillars of its brand promise: Service Excellence, Product Leadership and Network Connectivity. The SIA Group fleet and network are also expanding in support of the development of its portfolio strategy, in which it has investments in both full-service and low-cost airline operations. This portfolio of airlines serving short-, medium-,and long-haul markets gives the SIA Group more flexibility and nimbleness, with the right vehicles to serve the right markets.
Stockholm became the second Scandinavian city to be added to Singapore Airlines’ route network in 2017. During the same year, Singapore Airlines unveiled its new Airbus A380 cabin products. The new Singapore Airlines A380 will be configured with 471 seats in four classes.
In 2018, Singapore Airlines became the world’s first airline to fly the new Boeing 787-10, which will be fitted with its new regional cabin products. The aircraft will be fitted with 337 seats in two classes, with 36 seats in Business Class and 301 seats in Economy Class.