The global fintech ecosystem has seen a recent surge in investment and entrepreneurial activity, raising nearly $100 million within the first three quarters of 2021 (Insider Intelligence), and is expected to reach a market value of $305 billion by 2025 (GlobalNewswire). At a 20% CAGR, this makes it one of the fastest growing industries with significant worldwide impact.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) FinTech Conference ( is the world's largest student-run conference bringing together fintech entrepreneurs, academics, and students to uncover the fintech of tomorrow.

SAVE THE DATE: The MIT FinTech Conference returns virtually and in-person (Boston, MA) on February 24 – 25, 2022. Tickets are currently on sale! Use the discount code FINTECHNA.

As a flagship fintech conference and a landmark MIT event, this year’s MIT FinTech Conference is expected to be one of the biggest yet with over 1,000 attendees dialing in from all over the globe. The extensive speaking agenda covers everything from the more traditional aspects of fintech, such as digital banking and payments, to the more up-and-coming aspects of fintech which intersect with things like entertainment, media, and sustainability. Such panels are comprised of a stellar roster of speakers, including Amy Nauiokas (Founder & CEO of Anthemis), Terry Angelos (Global Head of FinTech at Visa), Tom Duncan (Head of Insurance and Wealth at Grab), Hester Peirce (SEC Commissioner), Marcus Cobb (Founder & CEO of Jammber), and more. In addition to learning all about different innovations within fintech, the conference provides an intimate setting for networking with likeminded professionals as well as career development opportunities in the form of a resume book shared with potential employers and event sponsors.

Held in conjunction with the conference is our Worldwide Startup Pitch Competition, which is currently welcoming applications! The pitch competition will be held in front of our large, global audience and a judging panel of industry experts to win more than US$30,000 in non-dilutive equity! Any fintech-focused startup is encouraged to apply as long as they have not raised more than US$5 million in equity funding, are in the post-product stage, and have a total employee count of less than or equal to 20. Applications close on January 20, 2022.

The MIT FinTech Conference is dedicated to addressing dynamic conversations in fintech today and providing opportunities to network with like-minded professionals across the world. We are excited for you to join us in exploring blockchain and cryptocurrency, neobanks in emerging markets, alternative lending, and more this February!

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