FintechNorth Events


Vulnerability in FinTech Forum

April 18th, 2pm
Squire Patton Boggs

It’s no secret that FinTech innovation has improved the customer experience and the accessibility of financial services and products. But as innovation continues at pace and new products hit the market, what can be done to ensure vulnerable customers are identified, protected and served ethically?

Join us on the 18th of April at Squire Patton Boggs offices in Leeds for an insightful ‘Vulnerability in FinTech’ Forum, hosted in partnership with global credit referencing agency, TransUnion.

We’re bringing together an expert line-up of vulnerability specialists, who will traverse all stages of the Vulnerability Life Cycle. Each session throughout the day has been carefully curated to take you on the journey of what it truly means to identify, protect and serve vulnerable customers during the FinTech boom.

We’re set to hear from TransUnion‘s team of experts, as well as representatives from JP Morgan Chase, Step Change and the Vulnerability Registration Service.

This event promises a wealth of informative segments featuring industry professionals, each offering unique perspectives on various facets of vulnerability within the FinTech landscape. As well as promising a diverse of range segments and speakers, the forum will provide an excellent opportunity for networking, allowing you to connect with fellow industry professionals throughout the day.

Don’t miss this chance to enhance your understanding of vulnerability in FinTech and engage in meaningful discussions with key players in the field!

Secure your spot now for an enriching and dynamic event that promises to broaden your insights into the evolving FinTech sector.

Event Schedule

Arrival and Networking

Welcome from FinTech North

Joe Roche, Engagement Manager, FinTech North

Welcome from Squire Patton Boggs

Welcome from TransUnion

Lisa Meynell, Head of Sales – Digital Banking, TransUnion

Keynote Address

Paul Anderson, Partner, Financial Services, Squire Patton Boggs

Identify & Predict

Sam Newman, Senior Credit Consultant, TransUnion
Helen Lord, CEO, Vulnerability Registration Service



Chad Reimers, General Manager: Fraud and Identity Solutions, TransUnion
Matt Richardson, Pre-sale consultant – Fraud & ID, TransUnion

Support Panel

Brian Moore, Account Director, Digital Banking at TransUnion to chair
Caroline Fowler, Director of Product and Presales, TransUnion
Priyanka Singh, Head of Product – Open Banking, TransUnion
Lizzie Reed, Executive Director, Head of Credit Strategy, Consumer Lending , Chase
Helen Handzel, Section Liaison Manager, Step Change

Closing Remarks

Networking drinks

Featured Speakers

Event Location

Vulnerability in FinTech Forum
Squire Patton Boggs
6 Wellington Place, 5th Floor

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