Las Vegas to Host 2015 Money 20/20 Show

The “most engaging event” in the payments and financial services verticals is on its way later this year. The 2015 Money 20/20 conference and exhibition is being held at the world-famous Venetian Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada from Sunday, October 25th to Wednesday, October 28th, 2015.

Money20/20 is the largest international event focused on payments and financial services innovation that brings together mobile, retail, marketing services, data and technology. The event launched in 2012 with around 2,300 attendees. This year, the show’s host expects over 10,000 attendees, including more than 1,000 CEOs from 3,000 companies in 75 countries.

The show is an opportunity to raise brand awareness, develop partnerships, launch new products, make major announcements, raise funds or source investments, and learn about the latest and most impactful disruptions.

This year’s speaker roster is a formidable lineup of over 150 finance and finance technology experts. Featured speakers include:

  • Dan Schulman            President/CEO Designee, Paypal
  • Sridhar Ramaswamy   SVP Ads & Commerce, Google
  • Deborah Liu               Head of Payments & Commerce, Facebook
  • Margaret Keane          President/CEO, Synchrony Financial
  • Gordon SmithCEO      Consumer & Community Banking, Chase
  • Pam Patsley               Chairman/CEO, MoneyGram International
  • Debra Rossi              CEO, Wells Fargo Merchant Services
  • Max Levchin              Co-founder/CEO, Affirm

The 2015 Money 20/20 event is expected to draw around 3,000 exhibitors from financial services, FinTech and brands from across retail, IT, telecom, media, automotive and many other verticals.

One of the featured events is the Money 20/20 Hackathon – claimed to be “the world’s largest FinTech hackathon” – where, in 2014, nearly 500 developers ranging in age from 15 to 58 spent 24 hours working on 108 projects aimed at solving challenges for the event’s sponsors.

For more information or to register for the 2015 Money 20/20 show, click here.