Following a successful launch in 2021, the Future Identity festival is back next month and ready to take the industry by storm. Running over two-days, the event will provide the ultimate festival experience, allowing 2,000+ attendees the chance to connect with C-level executives and innovation leaders, building a digital identity ecosystem in the UK and beyond.
Live entertainment, bespoke networking and the infamous craft-beer bar, meet world-class learning and engagement, as 85+ rockstar speakers take to the stage. Renowned experts will explore the trends and technologies shaping the future of identity verification, trust and fraud for businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Amongst the rockstar speaker line-up are: Felipe Martinez, CIO at Revolut EU, Ravneet Shah, CTO at Allica Bank, Jon Hawley, Chief Identity Officer at UNiDAYS, Keily Blair, Chief Strategy Officer – Online Safety, at OnlyFans, Elinor Hull, Identity Services Director at Post Office Ltd, Guillaume Ehny, CISO at Kroo, Eliza Prettyman, Senior Strategy Advisor, DCMS, Maria McCann, Director of Health Identifiers Service, HSE and many more.
The festival floor will also host 85+ exhibitors from the likes of iProov, Keyless, Ping Identity, Mitek, IDnow and Google Cloud showcasing the latest trends and technology in the industry.
Other key highlights include the experiences on offer; craft beer sampling sessions, matchmaking meetings, live DJ sets, Rise, created by Barclays: Fintech Mentorship Series, cocktails, coffee and the Fintech Marketing Hub sessions.
Laura Camplisson, Future Identity Portfolio Lead said, “I can’t wait to bring our incredible community together again for the second edition of the festival. We have seen some extremely promising developments in the sector over the past year, so there will be plenty to be discussed both on and off the stage. With two-days packed with opportunities to learn and connect, the event is not one to be missed!”
Once again, the event will be co-located with the Fintech Talents Festival, with attendees able to access the Fintech Talents, Open Finance and Embedded Finance stages, and new to the festival for this year, the FTT Defi Stage. Newly co-located for 2022 is FTT Building Societies, focusing on the evolution of the mutual sector and community focused financial organisations will now be firmly part of the Fintech Talents community.
For more information on getting involved in this year’s Future Identity Festival click here. All registrations made before Monday 31st October will benefit from saving £200 on the final early bird rate.
There are also a limited number of complimentary passes available for qualifying companies including banks, insurance companies, building societies, credit unions, retail, e-commerce, crypto exchanges, freelancing, and social platforms, and gaming business that are on the lookout for technology partners. Apply here.