Discover the industry experts in explainable AI, green finance, financial inclusion, and machine learning at Money20/20 Europe, happening at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre from June 6-8.
The ‘Champions of Change‘ for Money20/20 Europe have been unveiled. These professionals will speak on stage at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre from June 6–8, and their fields include explainable AI, green finance, financial inclusion, and machine learning.
According to Tracey Davis, global president at Money20/20, the Champions of Change team consists of “powerful, committed thinkers with impact and purpose beyond the norm, leading and disrupting everything from green finance, financial inclusion, and explainable AI. We are so excited for our speakers to take their stages in Amsterdam and share their stories and leadership with the world.”
This year’s program has seven significant fintech leaders speaking or moderating sessions:
- Early-stage fintech VC Gauss Ventures’ executive director and partner Dr. Ruth Wandhofer
- Head of vertical growth at Worldpay, a provider of payment processing solutions, Maria Prados
- Fintech growth lead at investment technology company Seccl Mary Agebsanwa
- Co-founder and CEO of the ethical AI platform company Deeploy, Maarten Stolk
- Green Digital Finance Alliance (GDFA) deputy executive director Gerrit Sindermann
- Joanne Dewar is an ambassador for the payments industry at the Payments Association.
- Head of UK at Ravio and content creator at Aydan Al-Saad
‘Champions of Change’ discussion at Money20/20
Aydan Al-Saad emphasized the value of speaking and debating on significant subjects at gatherings like Money20/20 Europe. “Money20/20 Europe allows us to reach a wider, more significant audience,” Al-Saad remarked. I really believe that the audience will actively participate when I advocate for issues like financial transparency and the gender wage gap since they give businesses information they can use to make informed compensation decisions.
“Ravio is upending the compensation market by enabling firms to access real-time data and make fair compensation decisions. I am really eager to lead this crucial conversation on the excellent platform that Money20/20 provides.
GDFA’s deputy executive director, Gerrit Sindermann, gave an explanation. “At GDFA, our goal is to promote financial innovation for issues relating to the environment, biodiversity, and the climate throughout the global ecosystem. We can use Money20/20 Europe as a tremendous platform to influence the global landscape of green digital finance.
“I consider it an honor to collaborate on the creation of the program’s content in addition to moderating sessions with some of the pioneers in this field. I intend to enthuse the conference audience about green digital banking and look forward to inspiring dialogues both on and off stage.
Joanne Dewar also spoke on the occasion and the significance of issues like open banking and artificial intelligence. “I am honored to be a ‘Champion of Change’ at Money20/20 Europe,” Dewar stated. Financial inclusion is being impacted by open banking and open finance, as we can see.
We’re also observing that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have a role to play in enabling future opportunities for those who are underrepresented in the financial industry, and we look forward to elevating these crucial subjects at the show.