Press release: Robotics and artificial intelligence. Should we expect a revolution within the financial sphere?

Bratislava, August 7, 2018 – Mobile phone payment, payment by chip or bitcoin. The world of finance is changing dramatically, everything is speeding up and simplifying. What are the latest trends and where do they lead to? Answers will be provided within the second year of the Fin.Techsummit conference, which takes place on November 14 at the Park Inn by Radisson Danube Bratislava Hotel.


Fintech is one of the fastest developing environments. Start-ups, Internet giants and traditional monetary institutions are competing who comes up with innovations to make users feel more comfortable. We are pleased to organize a conference on the subject again so that we can live the same in our country, Slovak Republic, as the rest of the world does,” said Davy Čajko, CEO of Future Proof, which organizes Fin.Techsummit.


This year’s Fin.Techsummit follows the successful first year, which was attended by almost 300 people from 10 countries. The conference will be divided into two streams, Financial Market Automation and Future Regulator vs. Innovations. The event also includes start-up pitch and B2B matching.


In the Financial Market Automation, we will cover how the financial sector uses artificial intelligence, whether the client or institution benefits out of it, how our behavior changes and whether we can reach the point where cash disappears at all.


Regulator vs. Innovations will deal with how to create a healthy financial eco-system, how to deal with a large number of new players on the market, what rules we need and how Sandbox – a new test environment for fintech companies – works.


 „As with all our events, with Fin.Techsummit we tend to the most important goal – to enable all involved parties to communicate directly and to connect the conservative world of traditional financial institutions and fintech start-ups. We think that banks and other similar corporations will increasingly outsource many services just from new dynamic companies and therefore would be great to connect them as soon as possible,” mentioned Davy Čajko.



Viera Štefinová


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