AI & The Future of Money | SGInnovate
June 20


32 Carpenter Street
Singapore 059911

AI & The Future of Money

Presented by General Assembly. Partnered with SGInnovate

The world of finance is rapidly evolving. Today, there are new ways to pay, lend, invest, and conduct almost every type of financial transaction. And the pace of innovation is not slowing down, in fact, it's picking up.

Bringing together key players in the finance & tech industries, our panel of experts and founders will discuss the rise of fintech - the application of new and exciting technologies to the financial services industry, driving a whole new market of digital finance. Hear about how artificial intelligence is disrupting and redefining the traditional finance industry.

Date: 20 June 2018
Time: 6:30pm- 8:15pm
Venue: 32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911

6:30pm - 7:00pm: Check-in & Networking 
7:00pm - 7:45pm: Panel/Lighting Talks 
7:45pm - 8:15pm: Q&A and Networking 

Gain an inside look into:

  • fintech entrepreneurs and how they turned opportunities into successful businesses to become big players in the finance industry
  • trends, challenges and opportunities emerging in money & payments, funding & investments + more....
  • how businesses should respond, and how to make the most of it for your business or idea
  • what trends & opportunities are predicted for the future of fintech


  • Sigrid Rouam, Lead Data Scientist, SGX
  • Zach Piester, Co- Founder & Chief Development Officer, Intrepid Ventures
  • Varun Mittal, ASEAN Fintech Lead, EY
  • Scott Bales, Managing Director– Innovation & Digital Transformation, Fintech, Insurtech, Innovation Labs Asia

Moderator: Ria Hoban, APAC Applied Intelligence Director, Ecosystems and Ventures, Accenture

Topics: Others

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