The Toronto Region Board of Trade and Toronto Financial Services Alliance have partnered to launch a brand new FinTech Series. FinTech Series: The Future of Financial Services will feature a combination of expert panels,
networking, and a showcase of the region’s most promising FinTechs.

The three-part event will take place on September 18th, October 25th, and December 5th at the Toronto Region Board of Trade at First Canadian Place.

Topics include blockchain and machine learning, quantum computing and regulation.

The event will feature:

  • Expert panels and keynotes featuring local influencers and international experts
  • Booths showcasing the region's most notable fintech
  • Curated networking opportunities with:
    • Global experts on international best practices
    • Canadian influencers who've navigated our changing landscape & can predict what's next
    • The region’s established & up-and-coming fintechs
    • International business delegations of leading fintechs and venture capitalists
    • Board of Trade and TFSA Members representing decision-makers from some of the most influential companies in the Toronto region
    • City-builders and government officials

On Tuesday September 18th, the topic is Future Speed: Quantum Computing & The Acceleration of Fintech. Vern Brownell, CEO, D-Wave Systems Inc. will discuss how quantum computing will accelerate the world of digital financial services. 

The Thursday October 25th topic will be Where Blockchain & Machine Learning Meet. An  expert panel, including Henry Chan, Regional Director, Consensys Canada, will discuss how the dovetailing of these emerging technologies opens a new world of future opportunity.

The third event, taking place on Wednesday December 5th will be Keeping Up with Regulations. A panel featuring  John Lee, Managing Director, Enterprise Innovation & Product Development, TMX Group; Cato Pastoll, CEO, Lending Loop; and Patricia Meredith, Co-Author, Stumbling Giants: Transforming Canada’s Banks for the Information Age  will discuss current regulations here and abroad, and how a new Made in Canada regulatory environment can keep us ahead of the curve.

More information and tickets are available at: