The programme of FINANZ'20 will be published online in November 2019.
Information about the programme (speakers, topics, etc.) will already be published on LinkedIn or Twitter before November. Follow us!
The financial fair and its programme is only open to professional investors.
The programme consists of various roundtables and specialist panels and lectures, which provide exciting insights and discussions:
Stephanie Kelton - Keynote-Speaker
We are pleased to welcome Stephanie Kelton as keynote speaker and panel participant at FINANZ'20.
The American economist is considered one of the leading representatives of "Modern Monetary Theory".
On January 21, 2020, she will hold a keynote speech and participate in the roundtable about the topic
Modern Monetary Theory - have the old economic mantras become obsolete?"
Experts from the world of economy, politics and financial industry meet for a high-profile roundtable discussion to exchange their views on current issues.
The following topics will be discussed at FINANZ'20:
- Modern Monetary Theory - have to old economic mantras become obsolete? (21.01.2020)
- Wo stehen wir heute im Bereich der nachhaltigen Anlagen und wohin geht der Trend? (22.01.2020)
- Technological Leadership and Digitalisation (22.01.2020)
|Specialist panels organised by the promoter|
The promoter organises various panels with competent experts. Various specific financial topics are presented and discussed by experts.
They offer numerous opportunities to obtain in-depth information on specific themes.
In addition to the attractive programme, FINANZ’20 will also offer training seminars for professionals,
organized by specialist financial associations (CFA, SFAA, VQF, VSV and ZHAW).
|Presentations by exhibitors|
Talks are given by exhibitors in various areas. These give the interested visitor product and specialist information in greater detail.
You can find here the programme and speakers of FINANZ'19:
Since 1999 keynotes out of economy, finance, politics, science and media are represented at the programme:
- Keynote History