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Open Source Finance Forum London 2024

event date

26 Jun 2024

location

London, United Kingdom


The FINOS Open Source in Finance Forum (OSFF) is a premier gathering designed specifically for leading decision-makers in the financial sector, including C-suite and managing directors at sell-side banks and buy-side firms. This conference presents a unique opportunity for these decision-makers to engage directly with the evolving landscape of financial technology through the lens of open source innovation. It is an ideal platform for discussing and shaping the future of finance, focusing on collaborative strategies to enhance code efficiency and delivery speed.

OSFF also extends a special invitation to chief technologists and senior professionals from sell-side banks, major technology corporations, financial system integrators, cloud service providers, and finops / cloud operations practitioners. It offers a chance to explore the intersection of cutting-edge technology and finance, fostering a collaborative environment where industry leaders can contribute to developing transformative financial technologies and services. Join us to be at the forefront of driving innovation and efficiency in the financial world through open source solutions.

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