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FinovateSpring 2019 to Showcase Fintech Disrupters in San Francisco

If you’re going to San Francisco, there’s no need to wear flowers in your hair, as the spring fever in fintech that is likely to grip you as FinovateSpring 2019 gets underway may be just as exhilarating. From Tuesday, May 7, to Friday, May 10, another confab in the Finovate series will showcase real-world solutions and insights from today’s fintech disrupters at the Hilton San Francisco in Union Square (http://nnw.fm/sh1UF).

Over 1,300 attendees are expected to congregate at the fintech forum. They will be addressed by a roster of 120+ speakers and treated to demos from over 60 fintech outfits racing to redraw the financial services landscape. Expect to hear how artificial intelligence is being used to help consumers lower bank fees and credit card debt and how digital technology is expanding access to funding for underserved small businesses. Speakers include current or former executives of Square, Twitter and Uber, as well as BNY Mellon, HSBC, RBC and Prudential.

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Since inauguration in 2007, Finovate conferences have circled the globe showcasing cutting-edge banking and financial technology through a unique blend of short-form demos and key insights from thought-leaders. Finovate was founded by Jim Bruene in 1995 as a platform to disseminate news on developments in financial technology. Finovate’s subscription newsletter, Online Banking Report, now renamed Digital Banking Report, was an important voice in the early fintech sector.

Nami Baral will be on the rostrum at FinovateSpring 2019. She is the founder and CEO of Harvest Platform, a fintech startup that leverages artificial intelligence to help consumers negotiate bank fees and manage credit card debt. Prior to Harvest, Baral was the head of partner solutions at Twitter. Franziska Bell, director of data science at Uber, will be on hand, too. Bell has spearheaded initiatives in anomaly detection, forecasting platforms, computer vision and natural language/conversational AI tools. In addition, Mahima Chawla from Square Capital, the lending arm of Square, will talk about the many ways that her company is engaging with small businesses. Since its inception, Square Capital has lent over $2 billion to SMEs.

For more information, visit the event’s website at http://nnw.fm/sh1UF

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