Breaking banks. Embracing disruption in the financial sector.
Date: 3rd of December, 18:00 (GMT+2 time zone)
Are you working in the financial sector or planning to change your career path to finance? If so, you cannot skip this discussion.
Disruptive technologies with Fintech companies at the forefront acts as catalysts, leading innovation and strongly reshaping the financial and banking sectors not only in Lithuania, but also around the world. Lithuania was ranked in The Global FinTech Index 2020 rating in 4th place among TOP centers of financial technology companies in the whole world falling behind only from such economic giants as the USA, UK, or Singapore.
Join the discussion by TOP Lithuanian experts in the FinTech sector and find out how the new normal in the financial and banking sectors will look alike in the future. Most importantly – find out what it takes to be a successful professional in the field of finance and how to future-proof your career.
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About the speakers:
Mindaugas Mikalajūnas is a veteran in the financial and banking sectors, holding 12 years of professional experience in these fields. He is the CEO of SME Finance, the biggest FinTech Startup provider of non-banking business financing in the Baltic region.
Laimonas Noreika is a fintech entrepreneur and one of the leading alternative finance experts in the CEE region. He is the founder and CEO of HeavyFinance, a global crowdlending platform to invest in heavy equipment loans. Previously, he launched a peer-to-peer company FinBee that he successfully exited in 2019.
Linas Beliūnas is a business developer, sales professional, and fintech strategist. Currently, he is the Country Manager for Europe and General Manager at Flutterwave Lithuania where he is leading the company‘s expansion in Europe. Flutterwave is a payment technology company focused on providing seamless and secure payment experiences for its customers, headquartered in San Francisco.
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