On February 4th-5th there will be a new financial technology conference in Riga - PaymentConf 2020, that will give the opportunity for payment professionals and FinTech startups to find out all about the current developments, regulations, and innovations in technologies, as well as hear the real-life experience stories of other companies.
PaymentConf 2020 will take place in Riga, Latvia on February 4th-5th. The organizers of the conference are the biggest IT community in Latvia - DevClub.lv. They have organized annual conferences like RigaDevDays, FrontCon and DevOps Unicorns.
The program of the conference and the tickets are available at https://2020.paymentconf.com
Sthlm Fintech Week is a community-driven project for five days in February. Three co-founders, together with three leads and a team of volunteers have created the first community-driven event as of February 2019 that will be further enhanced in 2020
For more information, visit here: https://sthlmfintechweek.com/
TechChill is excited to step into the 2020 season where we focus on the Big Shift – changes prompted by rapid developments in greentech, blockchain, and 5G technology that await us in the next five years.
The main event, TechChill 2020 conference, will take place on February 20-21 at Hanzas Perons in Riga, transforming the city into a global meeting hub for startups, investors, innovators, inspirators, and technology enthusiasts.
For more Information, visit here TechChill
The 4th annual Intelligent Automation Nordics Summit 2020 is the region’s leading cross-industry platform for Nordic organisations, join up to 100+ senior executives with functions across robotics, intelligent automation, artificial intelligence and digital transformation. Across the forum 35 industry experts as they share their insights tailored to the region's unique challenges, designed to help businesses make well-informed decisions and maximise growth.
For more Information, visit here: https://www.aiia.net/events-rpanordics
City leaders need new ways of thinking about planning, designing & building our cities - putting the citizen & liveability at the heart of all future projects, developments & transformations.
Every city or municipality is different, with different challenges and a different culture - for cities to become really smart they must embrace their unique context. Technology is an enabler, not the solution, the people must come first.
For more information visit here: https://www.nordicsmartcities.com/
The Professional Certificate course will teach you how to extract valuable insights from financial data with the powerful Python programming language. The course starts with a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of the Python open data science stack, including NumPy, SciPy, Pandas, Matplotlib, and scikit-learn with specific applications to finance. You will learn how to wrangle data from many different data sources as well as the fundamentals of machine learning. By the end of the course you will have developed highly relevant and sought after analytical skills and the tools to develop your own financial modeling or algorithmic trading strategy using Machine Learning.
- Familiarity with Python is essential
- Familiarity with financial instruments and markets
- Basic calculus
- Basic linear algebra
If you are unfamiliar with Python, it is recommended that you complete Python Programming for Finance, before attempting this Professional Certificate.
Click here to enroll to this course.
Fintech Week Lithuania, taking place on June 15-18, will be providing a virtual conference experience with scheduled, keynote speeches, panel discussions, awards and B2B meetings. The four-day virtual event is going to be free of charge for all participants.
The conference will span four days, and will have a strong focus on the future of Finance after 2020. The first day, focusing on the US, will feature a panel discussion on how the Covid crisis will change the Fintech landscape, an in-depth discussion on AML and Compliance, as well as several talks on customer-centricity in post-crisis times. The second day will focus on the Asian market, E-commerce, micro-loans and reaching the unbanked. The third day will be dedicated to the European market and focus on Sustainable Finance and scaling businesses in difficult times. The final day of the conference will be dedicated to the startup scene and will touch upon topics of fundraising after the crisis, expansion to new markets, and more.
Fintech Week Lithuania will be conducted on the Onvent platform, used by the Global Mobility Forum, among others. Just like during a traditional event, participants will be able to virtually visit booths, tune into presentations, participate in panel discussions, and network. Panel discussions will be broadcast live from a virtual studio.
Register here: Fintech Week Lithuania
Latitude59 is the cosy spring gathering for people serious about startups, investing, and the future of governance.
Startup conferences are about speeches, pitches and wooing investors. The big ones, they're the cruise ships of seafaring. Latitude59 is the lovely yacht without the crowds. Only people who really matter.
For more Information, visit here: https://latitude59.ee/
Nordic Fintech Summit on November 3rd will be the biggest digital finance and fintech event in Finland to date.
The summit will bring together the traditional banks and fintech companies, and the speaker list already has the CEOs from Savings Banks Group to Tink, and from Bank of Åland to LocalBitcoins.
We also want to fill the gap left by Slush by bringing a new innovative event connecting the industry across the Nordics.
The event consists of 4 tracks:
- Strategy & Disruption
- Core & Cloud Banking
- Payments & Commerce
- Fintech & Transformation
The event will be held in Wanha Satama, Helsinki, and it offers 2 stages, expo area, AI boosted networking platform, and of course, excellent speakers and program.
Register here: https://bit.ly/3hgsGlh