Fintech Intel: Technology for Tomorrow's Financial Institutions

Date & Time:
December 13, 2017 (7:30am - 6:00pm)
Carnegie Hall, 881 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY

Join us this winter at New York City's historic Carnegie Hall for a day of fintech discussion, insight and networking.

It's trite, but true - the future is now. The technology to fundamentally change financial institution business models and industry structures is here today. How and when change comes is a topic of ongoing interest. Our friends at The Financial Revolutionist believe we're in the midst the most important financial revolution in nearly 400 years. We wonder if it's just the appearance of disruptive change as the industry proceeds through the fits and starts of good old technological change.

We don't have all the answers, but we do have is the ability to gather the kind of collective wisdom that will help you see the future more clearly. We'll convene thought leaders from the FIG and fintech communities to digest the ever changing impact of technological innovation on financial institutions as we head into 2018. We'll create the atmosphere you've come to expect from S&P Global events - a collegial gathering of industry leaders, with an emphasis on thoughtful, meaningful conversation.

Planned panel topics include:

  • The unbundling of financial institutions
  • Blockchain platforms and practical applications
  • Open APIs
  • The future of robo-advisory services
  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence
  • Regtech - beyond compliance

To inquire about speaking: please contact Glenn Miller at (434) 817-5611 or

For sponsorship inquiries, contact Brian Hodges at (434) 951-7628 or


  • Jo Ann S. Barefoot
    CEO, Barefoot Innovation Group
  • Tom Austin
    Co-founder, Bungalow Insurance
  • Margaret Hartigan
    Founder and CEO, Marstone, Inc.
  • Caitlin Long
    Chairman and President, Symbiont
  • Gregg Schoenberg
    Founder, The Financial Revolutionist
  • Eric Turner
    Fintech Research Analyst, S&P Global Market Intelligence
  • John Kingston
    Director of Market Insights, S&P Global