Bank-Fintech Partnerships

May 24 - 25, 2017

The Westin Alexandria (in Old Town, VA)

Washington, D.C.


Every institution is trying to capture more customers by offering competitive digital products, and embracing financial technology. But how? There are many paths to partnerships, but one thing is certain: Attempts at collaboration and institutionalizing innovation, have to start paying off soon. This conference will gather those senior practitioners who have been tasked with making this work. Together, we will dive into the challenges from the perspective of the financial institutions. Presenters and panelists will share early successes, highlight common pitfalls, and lessons learned from the past 24 months. Established startups will discuss their experiences with banks and share tactics for smoothing the process. Through a combination of case studies, panel sessions and roundtables, you will determine how to take those critical next steps.

Event Details
What: Bank-Fintech Partnerships
Where: The Westin Alexandria (in Old Town, VA), Washington, D.C.
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Who Will Attend?

Join senior financial and banking executives, fintech entrepeneurs and start ups, private equity and venture investors, industry analysts, regulators, and legal, tax and accounting consultants.

At Bank-Fintech Partnerships you’ll connect with:

  • Heads of digitial initiatives from incumbent financial institurions including banks, private equity and VC, seeking to grow profits by participating in and funding new FinTech efforts.

  • FinTech entrepreneurs sharing their thoughts as to how best to partner with traditional banks to further the "era of the customer".

  • Advisors including attorneys, consultants, regulatory agencies, ratings agencies and other Fintech industry players to keep you on top of the latest developments in the world of cloud-based financial technologies.

We Welcome Your Involvement...


Join our distinguished faculty. If you think you have an interesting story to share about overcoming the challenges of creating sustainable partnerships between banks and fintechs to drive innovation, please contact:

Leigh Gilmore, President,



Conference sponsorship and exhibiting provides an opportunity for companies seeking increased brand awareness and a platform to demonstrate expertise, products, or services. If confirmed early, conference sponsorship may include the opportunity to be represented on the executive speaking faculty. For more information, contact:

Hank Woji, VP, Business Development,

Phone: 512-692-9839


Co-branding/marketing opportunities are available for publications, digital and print newsletters, professional associations, or other organizations that provide news and information to the cloud-based financial technology industry. For more information on these opportunities, please contact:

Josephine Andrews, Marketing Director,


Registration and Pricing Per Person
Standard Rate

This rate applies to banks, investment banks, investment consultants, law firms, ratings agencies, accounting firms, VC & Private Equity and other financial investors and service providers.

Register on or AFTER April 1, 2017:                       $1,695

Groups of 3 or More:                                             $1,495
(Group Rates in effect all the time – no deadlines)

FinTech Entrepreneur/Government Rate**

This rate applies to FinTech entrepreneurs (e.g. FinTech platform companies); and to local, state and federal government regulators or other government officials.

Register on or AFTER April 1, 2017:                     $  995

Groups of 3 or More:                                           $  795
(Group Rates in effect all the time – no deadlines)


Additional discounted registration rates are available OFFLINE for groups of FIVE (5) or more. For more information, contact:


All registrations are subject to review and approval.

*Special Notice regarding Early-Bird Registrations: Registrations must be PAID on or before expiration date of the early-bird discount. To insure lowest rates, it is advised that payment be made to "iiBIG" by credit card simultaneous with online registration. If payment is not received on or before the early-bird deadline, the amount due will be increased to the amount that is applicable on the date that payment is received.

**Special Note regarding Entrepreneur/Government Rate: To qualify for this rate, registrants must be FinTech principals and entrepreneurs, or local, state or federal government regulators. Individuals primarily affiliated with private equity firms but whose firms have FinTech portfolio companies must nonetheless register at the Standard Rate. Registrations in this category are subject to review and approval.


CO-LOCATED EVENT – Education Finance & Loan Symposium - WILL SHARE VENUE
iiBIG, (The Cloud Computing Association’s parent company) will be presenting its 9th Annual Education Finance & Loan Symposium ~ historically attended by 150+ ~ on the same dates and in the same venue as Bank-Fintech Partnerships. FinTech is playing a growing role in the education finance and student loan space. Attendees of both events will share a common exhibit hall, networking refreshment breaks, luncheon and evening reception. Session times, breaks, and luncheon for both events will be synchronized so attendees of either event may attend sessions in the other at no additional cost. This is a great opportunity for FinTech entrepreneurs and others to learn more about opportunities in the Student Loans space. For more information see: Education Finance & Loan Symposium.


Conference Venue Information


400 Courthouse Square
Alexandria, VA 22314
Tel: 703.253.8600

iiBIG and the Cloud Computing Association have made arrangements for a block of sleeping rooms at the Westin Alexandria for conference attendees at the reduced rate of $249.00 (plus tax) per night. To take advantage of this discounted rate you must make your reservations no later than April 24, 2017 as the discounted room block rate will expire on this date.

To make reservations, please call 866.837.4210.

About the Cloud Computing Association (CCA)

The Cloud Computing Association (CCA) is an independent membership organization, started by iiBIG, dedicated to building a community of end-users and service providers of cloud-based solutions and products. Our goal is to promote the adoption and use of cloud-based technologies by large-cap and small to middle-market enterprises (SMEs) across all industry sectors. To achieve its mission, the CCA creates online and face-to-face opportunities where cloud-based providers, end-users and investors can meet, network and learn about the challenges and benefits of adopting cloud-based technologies to promote enterprise-wide efficiencies, effectiveness and cost-savings.

About iiBIG

The International Institute for Business Information & Growth, LLC (iiBIG) is a professional business-to-business conference boutique, specializing in offering conferences, seminars other real-time meetings for executives in the investment and financial services, life sciences and information technology sectors. Our events are for BIG thinkers, those who occupy leadership roles in their companies and organizations and who know the value of taking a step back from the exigencies of their day-to-day responsibilities in order to focus on the BIG picture.