The Financial News and WSJ locked down fintech experts in a London conference room and made them discuss the future of banking. What came out was a set of bold predictions driven by artificial intelligence, mobile, blockchain and decentralization.
Around 100 of the U.K.s finest minds in the financial technology sector gathered in October for the Financial News and WSJD inaugural Fintech Conference in London. The group was broken up into working groups, each looking at different aspects of the future of banking, including regulatory requirements, security concerns, big data conundrums and rapidly changing customer demands. Their mission: Design the Bank of 2020. Here are some of the key innovations they came up with.