Special terms for registration at FINOPOLIS 2018 Forum of Innovative Financial Technologies are available until 10 August.
The cost of standard level participation package is 25,000 roubles; Premium package costs 55,000. The Standard package includes participation in all events of the business programme of the Forum, as well as the set of distributed materials. In addition to the business programme, Premium level participants will be able to participate in the Gala reception on behalf of the Bank of Russia, which will be held on 18 October. Starting from 11 August, the cost of the packages will increase to 35,000 and 65,000 roubles, respectively.
FINOPOLIS 2018 programme includes: plenary and sectional discussions on the FinTech key topics, speeches by technology gurus, FinTech start-ups competition. Discussions within the business programme will cover such topics as artificial intelligence, data market, cybersecurity, regulation of digital services, technology in insurance.
Detailed information on the participation terms and the business programme is available at the events official website: finopolis.ru
The Bank of Russia with the support of the Roscongress Foundation is the organizer of FINOPOLIS 2018.
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