2nd Fintech Banking Summit at the BMC

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Following last year’s professional and media success, the Fintech Banking Summit conference will again be organized this year by Elektromédia Kft. on November 22 at the Budapest Music Center (BMC), according to the summitʼs official website. 

The aim of the event is to outline the latest fintech trends and gather together key players in the industry, connecting potential clients, partners, mentors and investors.

Keynote talks and panel discussions will address high-profile fintech individuals from financial institutions and regulatory bodies, as well as law and advisory firms.

The conference will feature professionals from Barion, KPMG, RowanHill Global, Equitech, CIB Bank, Giro and IVSZ (the leading local interest group of the ICT industry), among others, the website said.

BMC is located at Mátyás u. 8 in Budapestʼs District 9. Tickets are available at a discount price of HUF 56,000 + VAT until November 7. Registration is possible by filling out a form here.

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