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Fintech leaders to convene at FAMS next week
The Finance Africa Magnates Summit (FAMS) is set to bring together top industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and experts from Monday, 8 to Wednesday, 10 May 2023 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg to discuss the latest trends and opportunities in Africa’s financial sector.
The event is supported by the South African National Convention Bureau and promises to be a unique opportunity for anyone interested in the future of Africa’s financial industry.
According to Jennie Lobanova, vice president: events at Finance Magnets, “This summit is important for Africa’s financial industry as it provides a unique opportunity for industry leaders, entrepreneurs and experts to come together to discuss the latest trends and opportunities in fintech, payments, crypto and online trading.
“We believe that FAMS will contribute to the growth and development of Africa’s financial sector by promoting innovative ideas, strategic partnerships and collaborations. With top speakers and professionals from across the globe, FAMS promises to be an exciting event for anyone interested in the future of Africa’s financial industry.”
The first day of the summit will feature a Networking Blitz Opening Party, where attendees can connect and network with top industry professionals.
On Tuesday, 9 May the summit doors will open at 09:30 and will feature a line-up of industry leaders, experts, and entrepreneurs who will discuss the latest opportunities and challenges in Africa’s financial services sector.
The event’s agenda includes keynote speakers, fireside chats, workshops, and panels that will discuss various topics such as fintech and regulation in Africa, opportunities in financial services, global economy, African view, trading technology, and crypto in Africa.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to hear from a variety of financial and trading experts such as Awelani Rahulani, head of department at the Fintech, Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA), Meagan Rabe, senior director of fintech management for SubSaharan Africa at VISA, Adam Button, chief currency analyst at ForexLive, Brad Gillis, head: payments for Africa regions at the Standard Bank Group, and many others.
The summit doors will close on Wednesday, 10 May at 16:30, followed by a sunset session closing drinks. FAMS is an event that is not to be missed for anyone interested in the future of Africa’s financial industry.
As Jennie Lobanova stated, “We believe that FAMS will contribute to the growth and development of Africa’s financial sector by promoting innovative ideas, strategic partnerships and collaborations.”
This event is a unique opportunity for attendees to network and connect with industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and experts, while also gaining insights into the latest trends and opportunities in Africa’s financial industry.
For more information about FAMS and to register, please visit the Finance Magnates Africa Summit website. With the event just a few weeks away, it is time to secure a spot and join other top industry professionals to explore the future of Africa’s financial sector.