The future of FinTech
What is the future of Fintech (Financial technology) in Sweden? IIS and SSE invite you to a seminar with speakers like Robin Teigland, Anna Felländer and Ludvig Öberg.
Join us for a seminar to listen to speakers from the upcoming book project ‘FinTech: Accounts of Disruption from Sweden and Beyond’ present their findings and discuss the future of FinTech in Sweden.
The Swedish FinTech landscape has grown rapidly in recent years, with companies such as Klarna and iZettle, gaining international acclaim. However, new companies are starting up at an increasing pace, and the technological disruption that they generate are enabling end-customers and companies to access new and better financial services.
During the past six months, a team of 22 authors have co-written a book on the rise of FinTech with a particular focus on the Swedish market.
This book is a part of a three-year project from 2015 to 2018 financed by IIS – the Internet Infrastructure Foundation. The seminar will be held in english.
IIS, Internetstiftelsen and SSE, Stockholm School of Economics (Handelshögskolan) invite you to take part of the findings from the project and discuss the future of FinTech!
Among the presenters and panellists are:
- Matthew Argent from the Stockholm FinTech Hub
- Anna Felländer, Digital Economist
- Mats Lewan, Technology Journalist
- Robin Teigland, Professor at SSE
- Ludvig Öberg, Co-founder of Chromaway
Date: June 7
09.45 – 10.00 – Registration, Coffee, and Mingle
10.00 – 10.30 – Project presentation by the editing team (Shahryar and Anthony)
10.30 – 11.00 – Chapter presentation by three authors (Anna Felländer, Mats Lewan, and Claire Ingram)
11.00 – 11.15 – Snack Break (Smoothies, snacks, etc)
11.15 – 12.00 – Panel Discussion (The future of FinTech in Sweden) and Q&A
- Ludvig Öberg from Chromaway
- Mats Lewan, Freelance Journalist
- Matthew Argent from The Stockholm FinTech Hub
- Prof. Robin Teigland from SSE
12.00 – 12.15 – Concluding remarks by IIS and update on the next project: “The Future of Labor”