Can fintech be a positive agent for social change? That's the topic examined by an expert panel on June 7th at Strathclyde Business School.
This free to attend event is part of The Scotsman's series looking at the rapidly growing fintech sector in Scotland and the opportunities and challenges it presents.
The debate aims to place fintech in a wider context, asking how it can deliver positive benefits to society and overcome some of the trust and confidence issues currently surrounding technology and big data generally.
The panel includes leading industry experts Stephen Ingledew, CEO of Fintech Scotland, Daniel Broby SBS Director of Centre of Financial Innovation and Regulation, David Goodbrand from Burness Paull and Kent Mackenzie from Deloitte.
The discussion will be chaired by David Lee of Scotsman Conferences and among the topics discussed will be whether fintech can be a force for financial inclusion and better mental health, is it rising to the challenges of fragile consumer trust and confidence issues in technology and data and the darker side of fintech. To find out more and book your place at this event please go to the Eventbrite page.