A digital economy powered by

digital identity

19th March 2024 | London, UK

Welcome to the 3rd edition

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A digital economy powered by digital identity

Future Identity Finance will explore how innovation, regulation and customer expectations are changing how we identify ourselves to access financial services.

Join 500+ attendees, representing the retail and corporate banks, insurers, lenders, regulators and tech enablers building an identity ecosystem for the future digital economy.

Financial services has a trust issue


of consumers expect fully digital onboarding


of customers abandon account opening during KYC


of calls to banks’ support centres are password resets

8 in 10

people were targeted by scammers in 2021


Financial Services is the leading investor in identity

The time for collaboration is now

A one-day event packed with opportunities to learn, build and connect

500+ engaged attendees

Achieve months of networking in just one day. Jump into a community of all the key players in identity and financial services.

60% Financial Institutions

No, really. At Future Identity Finance meet corporate and retail banks, challengers, fintechs, lenders, building societies, payments providers, and more.

40+ Rockstar speakers

C-level professionals and renowned experts ready to give you the inside scoop on digital identity. Knowledge, awareness, and new perspectives are up for grabs.

Facilitated networking

No more searching the expo floor for your ‘must-meet’ attendees. Our community management team can handle those priority introductions.

Live content

Keynotes, panels, and workshops answering your million-dollar identity questions. If it’s trending, significant and relevant, you can bet it’s on our agenda.

Technology expo

In our lively exhibition area, anything could happen. Meet game-changing tech providers, who just might have the solutions to your identity challenges.




Industry partners

The experience

Look forward to lively conversations, new connections, and lots of identity and good times

Iconic London venue

Future Identity Finance will take place at etc.venues, St Pauls. The perfect space to experience our live content sessions and busy exhibition area, right in the heart of London’s Square Mile.

Drinks reception

Join us from 5.30pm on the expo floor for a drinks reception, to finish off a day of inspiring content and smart networking. Discuss and debate what’s been covered on stage throughout the day, do a final sweep of the expo, and connect with anyone you haven’t had a chance to meet yet.

VIP Hosted Meetings Programme

Taking place in our brand new and exclusive hosted meetings lounge.

Fast-track access to the industry leaders and technology providers you want to meet with efficiency and ease. Look no further to strengthen existing partnerships and build new connections. We have a brand new opportunity available for you to get involved – get in touch with us at marketing@vcinnovations.co.uk to view our Meetings Package as part of the VIP Hosted Meetings Programme.

Interactive roundtables

New for 2024, take part in our interactive roundtable discussions on the topics you’re keen to explore in more detail. Alongside your peers, you’ll have the chance to ask questions, share challenges, learn from others, and leave with new perspectives. See the agenda for topics and more detail.

Past attendees include

Financial institutions, technology providers & policymakers

Expand your industry knowledge

Our agenda revolves around some key themes

Reusable identity

Demand for reusable identity is increasing at pace, driven by regulatory backing and a growing number of live pilots. Can reusable credentials enable greater interoperability across the financial services sector and beyond?

Payments & Regulation

With PSD3 and Confirmation of Payee set to tighten SCA regulations across the digital economy, how will banks, retailers, wallet providers, EMIs and payment gateway leverage innovative approaches to authentication?

Fraud & Scams

The increase in volume and sophistication of APP fraud attacks is a major concern for financial providers. With regulatory changes set to shift the burden of liability, how can innovation and education help to protect customers?

AI Advances

Rapid technological advances have solidified AI’s place on the innovation agenda. As misinformation meets genuine risk, how are financial providers facing the threats and embracing the opportunities of this transformative technology?


Knowing the identity of every customer, employee and entity is critical in a heavily regulated sector like financial services. How can innovation in digital identity verification enhance efficiency, productivity, user experience and fraud reduction?

Inclusion. Inclusion. Inclusion.

When it comes to building digital identity, inclusion can no longer be ignored. Championing diversity at all stages of product development, from design, to testing, will impact customer satisfaction, business reputation and revenue.

Rockstar speakers

Ildefonso Olmedo
CDiO Customer & Innovation
Paola Cristina Nuñez Ameri
VP, Chief Country Compliance Officer
Ravneet Shah
Allica Bank
David Palmer
Chief Product Officer, Pairpoint and Blockchain Lead
Paul Munson
Head of UK Compliance and MLRO
Optimus Cards
Zwelli Burns
Senior Director, Compliance Technology & Crypto
Maria Khan
Director of Product & Digital
Tandem Bank
James Coveney
Head of Data Science
Cashplus Bank
Daniel Jonas
Head of Research & Innovation
Anne-Lise Amiot
Lead Product Manager, Identity and Access Management
Keith Ferguson
Senior Product Manager
Flutter International
Julie Gibelin-Boyer
Senior Manager, Information Security Governance
Claire Simpson
Senior Manager
The Payment Systems Regulator
Antons Tocilins-Ruberts
Data Scientist, Information Security
Starling Bank
Versha Jain
Cybersecurity Audit Manager
Andreas Konstantinou
Fraud Systems Oversight Analyst
The Co-Operative Bank
Valeria Cortez
Senior Data Scientist
Monzo Bank
Rob Kotlarz
Co-Founder and President

FTT Lending 3.0 speakers include:

Running in co-location, FTT Lending 3.0 is the ultimate event for the next generation of lenders, loan providers, fintechs, credit and capital allocators who are powering the future of lending. Gain access to two additional live content stages and 90+ rockstar speakers.

Alastair Douglas
Chief Executive Officer
Colin Field
Chief Executive Officer
Saffron Building Society
Damien Burke
Chief Executive Officer
Custom Credit
Joshua Fabian-Miller
Director of Credit
Niv Subramanian
Chief Lending Officer
Allica Bank

2024 agenda

9:05 - 9:10 - Welcome and opening remarks

Find out what to expect from the day ahead.

Laura Camplisson, Future Identity Portfolio Lead

9:10 - 9:50 - Panel: Is reusable identity the key to a streamlined digital economy?

In recent years there has been growing excitement around the concept of reusable identity. With various pilots emerging from the financial services sector are we starting to see this vision come to life? How can reusable credentials enhance the identity verification process and enable greater interoperability between financial providers and more broadly across the digital economy? How is regulation at a domestic and international level driving progress?

  • David Palmer, Chief Product Officer, Pairpoint and Blockchain Lead, Vodafone

9:50 - 10:30 - Panel: The threats and opportunities of the AI revolution

As AI continues to develop at an exponential rate it’s no surprise the technology is front of mind for financial institutions. AI offers the opportunity to strengthen identity verification and fraud detection capabilities but, unfortunately, can also be leveraged by bad actors to increase the effectiveness of scams and deception. As fear and misinformation meet genuine risk, how are financial institutions addressing potential threats whilst embracing an AI-centric future?

  • Zwelli Burns, Senior Director, Compliance Technology & Crypto, Paysafe
  • Paola Cristina Nuñez Ameri, Chief Country Compliance Officer, Citi
  • Antons Tocilins-Ruberts, Data Scientist, Starling Bank
  • Paul Munson, UK Head of Compliance and MLRO, Rippling

10:30 - 11:00 - Morning coffee break

Time for a quick break! Grab a tea or coffee before joining the final panel sessions or roundtables of the day.

11:00 - 11:20 - Keynote

More details coming soon.

11:20 - 12:00 - Panel: The regulatory review

Financial institutions are required to navigate a complex legal landscape around digital identity, ensuring compliance with data protection and customer due diligence regulations. What are the key pieces of legislation establishing standards for identity verification? How are trust frameworks ensuring consistency and interoperability, whilst increasing adoption across the industry? What does the regulatory road ahead look like?

  • Paola Cristina Nuñez Ameri, Chief Country Compliance Officer, Citi
  • Julie Gibelin, Senior Manager, Information Security Governance, N26

12:00 - 12:30 - Panel: Navigating a new era of KYC and KYB

Legacy processes for identity proofing are unsustainable in a digital world. How can financial providers gain a competitive advantage by streamlining KYC and KYB experiences to improve customer satisfaction and reduce operational burden? Which technologies can help to identify fraudsters and threat actors at the onboarding stage? Are we seeing a shift towards perpetual verification, building up a real-time picture of risk throughout the customer lifecycle?

  • James Coveney, Head of Data Science, Cashplus Bank

12:30 - 13:00 - Panel: Understanding vulnerability: Safeguarding customers against financial scams

With instances of APP fraud, investment scams, and money muling on the rise and regulatory changes set to shift the burden of liability away from consumers, the threat facing financial institutions is significant. What kinds of personal circumstances can make customers particularly vulnerable to these forms of attack? How can innovation enable suspicious behaviour to be flagged and monitored more effectively? What role does education have to play in prevention?

  • Anne-Lise Amiot, Lead Product Manager, Identity and Access Management, Tide
  • Claire Simpson, Senior Manager, The Payment Systems Regulator
  • Andreas Konstantinou, Fraud Systems Oversight Analyst, The Co-Operative Bank

13:00 - 14:00 - Lunch break

Lunch is served! Head to the catering area on the expo floor, explore the networking options, and don’t forget to visit the exhibitor booths.

14:00 - 14:20 - Fireside Chat: Finding the silver lining: Identity and the cloud

The continued growth of cloud-based services has the potential to significantly improve how organisations manage identity and access, but also exposes new risks which must be addressed. How can cloud identity benefit user experience, security, scalability and compliance? What are the various routes to adoption? How are bad actors adapting to work around improved controls and how can financial institutions counter new threats?

  • Ravneet Shah, Chief Technology Officer, Allica Bank

14:20 - 14:55 - Panel: Identity and payments: What’s next?

Customers today have come to expect fast and seamless omnichannel experiences. The need to verify identity to complete an online payment journey causes delays and can contribute to reduced conversion rates. How can financial institutions and retailers leverage innovation to streamline the payments process whilst ensuring compliance and protection against fraud? What changes will developments like Confirmation of Payee, the EU Digital Identity Wallet and PSD3 bring?

  • Keith Furguson, Senior Product Manager, PokerStars, Flutter International

14:55 - 15:30 - Panel: New Horizons, New Risks: The evolving financial crime landscape

Geopolitical changes and economic instability, together with the increasingly sophisticated techniques leveraged by criminals pose significant challenges to financial institutions. How can innovation strengthen due diligence and transaction monitoring approaches? What role does data sharing play in combatting financial crime and how do we ensure customer data is protected? What emerging threats should financial institutions be prepared to tackle?

15:30 - 16:00 - Afternoon coffee break

Time for a quick break! Grab a tea or coffee (…or a famous festival craft beer!) before the last sessions of the day.

16:00 - 17:30 - Roundtables

New for 2024, take part in our interactive roundtable discussions on the topics you’re keen to explore in more detail. Alongside your peers you’ll have the chance to ask questions, share challenges, learn from others and leave with new perspectives.

Round one – Choose from the following tables:

  • Future Identity Finance – The road ahead for digital identity wallets.
  • Future Identity Finance – The opportunities and risks of the growing data ecosystem.
  • FTT Lending 3.0 – Battling the fraudsters – the best defence is being prepared.
  • FTT Lending 3.0 – AI leading the way to the future of lending.

Round two – Choose from the following tables:

  • Future Identity Finance – Finding the elusive ‘balance’ between security, accessibility and experience.
  • Future Identity Finance – Tackling the rapid increase in new financial crime threats.
  • FTT Lending 3.0 – Intelligent lending – the power of data.
  • FTT Lending 3.0 – Affordable and inclusive credit – compatible goals?

17:30 - 18:30 - Drinks reception

Taking place in the exhibition area

The ecosystem

Discover the latest innovations powering the future of identity

Transaction monitoring

Meet the team

Reach out to the Future Identity Finance team with queries on how to get involved with the event through our sponsorship, exhibition, speaking, or media partnership opportunities

Laura Camplisson
Portfolio Lead
Speaking Opportunities
Victor Cruz
Sponsorship & Exhibition
Malcolm O'Reilly
Marketing Executive
Media Partnerships