Europe’s biggest Fintech event takes place in Amsterdam this year from the 3 – 5 June. With over 350 speakers spread across seven epic stages, game-changing startups and monolithic multi nationals alike are coming together to learn, to network and to get business done.
On Monday June 3, Blenheim Chalcot fintech businesses Modulr, Salary Finance, Liberis Group and Tully will be featuring on stage in an innovation and entrepreneurship themed panel entitled “Venture Building – the new model for fintech success”.
Moderated by Blenheim Chalcot Managing Partner, Dan Cobley, the exciting panel will feature Myles Stephenson, CEO of payments innovator Modulr, Asesh Sarkar, CEO of multi award-winning financial wellness platform Salary Finance, Rob Straathof, CEO of small business finance disruptor Liberis Group and Stuart Bungay, CEO of Tully, Blenheim Chalcot’s brand new personal debt management offering.
Dan Cobley said of the event “I’m incredibly pleased to be coming back to Money 2020, this year accompanied by my colleagues who are leading the field with new and innovative ways of approaching payments, financial wellness and small business finance”.
Dan goes on to say, “I’m looking forward to seeing more new innovations, meeting lots of people and talking about all things fintech!”
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be telling you a little more about each of these fantastic businesses on blenheimchalcot.com.
If you’re going to be at Money 2020, come and listen to our panel discussion “Venture Building – the new model for fintech success” on Monday June 3 from 5:30pm -6:00pm on The Lab Stage.
For more information on Money 2020, click here