Toronto-based D+H, which provides financial technology to many of the world’s largest banks, has joined Bank Innovation Israel as a sponsor. D+H’s history in the financial services industry spans nearly 150 years, and the company generates more than $1.5 billion in annual revenue.
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Bill Gadja, Visa’s senior vice president of innovation and strategic partnerships, has confirmed that he will attend Bank Innovation Israel to speak about payments. Bank Innovation Israel is the leading fintech event in Startup Nation, as Israel is called.
Bank Innovation Israel 2016 registration has officially opened today. The only Western fintech event in Startup Nation, the 2016 Bank Innovation Israel will take place 1-3 November at the Dan Tel Aviv. The event is presented by Bank Innovation, one of the world’s leading fintech blogs.
TEL AVIV — Mariano Belinky is arguably the Most Famous Man in Fintech Today. And not just because of his Spanish accent. No, it’s because Business Insider made a big deal last week about how Belinky has reviewed 820 fintech startup pitches this year for the bank’s $100 million VCRead More
Bank Leumi CTO Ilan Buganim is taking time out of his busy schedule — more on that below — to participate in a fireside chat at Bank Innovation Israel in Tel Aviv next week. Bank Leumi has a lot going on for Buganim to oversee, including a core banking overhaul and shifting a number of banking services to the cloud.
EIght startups have been chosen as finalists in the DEMOvation Challenge at Bank Innovation Israel 2015. The finalists will demo their products at Bank Innovation Israel next week in Tel Aviv.
Daniel Abrahams, CEO and co-founder of CurrencyTransfer, an international currency exchange service, describes the painful experiences that led him and co-founder Stevan Litobac to take on the task of launching a startup. He also explains why the fintech scene in Israel is so attractive to entrepreneurs and investors.
Four leading financial services companies have signed on as sponsors of Bank Innovation Israel. Accenture, Intuit, KPMG and Xignite will all participate in the event as sponsors. The sponsorships are a major vote of confidence for the first-year event, which will take place November 10-11 in Tel Aviv. “We at KPMGRead More
Andres Wolberg-Stok, global head of emerging platforms and services for consumer banking at Citigroup, will present on mobile device security at Bank Innovation Israel in Tel Aviv this November. Andres joined Citi in 2000 and leads the team responsible for innovation in digital platforms and advanced customer features.
Bank Innovation today formed a wide-ranging partnership with LeumiTech, the high-tech services unit of Israel-based Bank Leumi, for its upcoming Bank Innovation Israel. Bank Leumi is Israel’s second-largest bank by assets.