#IAMTN2019

IAMTN Global Summit

2-3 October 2019

BMA House, London

 

As in past years, the International Association of Money Transfer Networks (IAMTN) is again inviting payment professionals from all over the world to join its members for the major event in the cross border payments industry – the IAMTN Global Summit. This year, our 14th IAMTN Global Summit will be held on 2 and 3 October 2019 at BMA House in London.

 


The IAMTN Global Summit is the most recognised conference in the cross border payments industry, where representatives of the payments, fintech and financial services communities come together to explore the challenges and opportunities in the remittance sector. From industry stakeholders to up-and-coming innovators, all are invited to join the main operators and regulators in examining the areas currently having the biggest impact in the remittance industry.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet potential project partners, identify initiatives in which to participate, collect information on innovative programmes aimed at leveraging the role of remittances for development, make contact with stakeholders, take part in discussions, and promote their own activities.

Join us at the recognised summit for ideas, connections and deals in the cross border payments industry and experience firsthand:

  • Original content tackling the most disruptive and trailblazing topics, both regional and global;

  • The latest thinking on themes as diverse as payments, AI, data and analytics, distributed ledger  technology, regulations, and more; 

  • Breaking business news, product launches and exclusive industry announcements; 

  • Unrivalled networking opportunities with influential leaders; 

  • Access to the most promising start-ups, entrepreneurs and innovators;

  • Exceptional speakers.

The ecosystem’s most influential leaders
Participants at the IAMTN Global Summit come from across the financial services ecosystem and around the globe. They are key decision-makers from organisations ranging from large corporations in the cross border payments industry to the most innovative start-ups, as well as investors, analysts, regulators and more - and they are ready to connect with you!

An unparalleled inclusive experience
Breaking the mould of traditional financial services events, the IAMTN Global Summit is intended to push your thinking in new directions, with its interactive and exciting spaces designed to maximise your chances of building new partnerships and discovering new opportunities.

 

The IAMTN Global Summit is where leaders – representing every sector of the industry – come to seize new business opportunities, strengthen partnerships and discover the latest disruptions.

As the world’s most recognised event in the cross border payments industry, the IAMTN Global Summit attracts influentials from all sections of the remittances industry, including:

Payment Institutions

Banks
Technology
Payment Providers
Regulators 
Blockchain and Crypto Companies
Insurance
VCs

Policy Makers

Telcos

Who attends the IAMTN Global Summit?

 

Speakers

 

Consider sponsorship

 

Be part of IAMTN Global Summit; become a sponsor. Each of our sponsors is different and our bespoke sponsorship packages are tailored to your individual needs. 

2019 sponsorship: 
 

Sponsorship packages for IAMTN Global Summit range from £30,000 to £2,500. The higher your organisation’s sponsorship level, the more frequent and prominent will be your branding across various channels, including social media, website, onsite branding and email campaigns.

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Venue

 

BMA House

 

 

BMA House has a long history. On the site of Tavistock House, which was home to Charles Dickensfrom 1851 to 1860, the building was originally designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) as headquarters for the Theosophical Society, but they parted company in 1914, before the building was completed. Hasty completion of part of the building enabled the Ministry of Munitions of War to use the site, before The BMA bought the unfinished building in 1923.