Banking Technology Magazine Calendar

Our editorial calendar covers the Banking Technology Magazine upcoming features throughout the year (and details of distribution at events) and the Supplements.

UPDATE: Note that the distribution has changed in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.

For details on supplements, contributed content, thought leadership features, sponsorship and other partnership opportunities, please contact:

Sharon Kimathi
Tel: +44 207 551 9010

Jon Robson
Tel: +44 203 377 3327


The year ahead
We look at what trends, developments and events are shaping the year 2020 and include some predictions of what this new decade has in store. From innovative fintech start-ups to the large incumbents, and everything in between – nothing escapes Banking Technology’s watchful eye.

The issue will be distributed at the following events:

  • FinovateEurope, Berlin, Germany
  • Fintech Week Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel

FinovateEurope Supplement
This supplement, produced specifically for FinovateEurope, will be available in print (distributed at the conference) and online. FinTech Futures is Finovate’s lead media partner.


The rise of China

As Alibaba and Tencent continue their domination of the Chinese market, and begin to make inroads into geographies like Europe, the USA and Africa, where might the bulk of new Chinese investment fall? What technologies and banks will do well? What can others do to embrace this change?

The issue will be distributed at the following events:

  • MoneyLive Spring, Madrid


Innovation labs & accelerators around the world – who’s doing what

There is a huge amount of hype about financial technology (fintech) and its role in financial services – especially tech that’s brewing up in innovation labs. We’ll be looking at the technologies that will help financial institutions cross the next frontier of innovation – cognitive computing, robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), biometrics, blockchain and more.


Alternative lending/ lendtech for consumers and businesses

The penetration of the internet and the adoption of technology is enabling more than more people being able to gain access to lending services. This edition will investigate how the sector is no longer the remit of the banks and what disruptive technologies are enabling people to gain access to money.


Regulation and cybersecurity 
Has modern regulation done enough to tackle the consequences of cyber attacks? As the cyber threat is here to stay. We examine one of the hottest topics on the industry agenda – how can the financial services industry protect itself from cyber attacks and how institutions can join forces to ensure their decisions and actions are coordinated and well-informed. There is strength in numbers.


Open banking around the world, what countries are doing what

We examine how this financial initiative has developed over the course of two and a half years since it went live. What trends are influencing open banking and APIs? Who is surging ahead and who is lagging behind? What solutions are on offer?


Focus on M&A and Big Tech

The start of 2020 saw blockbuster activity in fintech with the $5.3 billion purchase of Plaid by Visa, followed by Galileo’s $1.2 billion sale. We take a look at the competitive pressures fintechs are facing and the outlook for fintech M&A going forwards.

Daily News at Sibos
FinTech Futures’ flagship publication will be produced digitally due to Sibos’ cancellation of this year’s physical event. Daily News at Sibos includes news, company announcements, features, interviews and analysis of the key themes of Sibos.

FinovateFall Supplement
This supplement, produced specifically for FinovateFall, will be available online. FinTech Futures is Finovate’s lead media partner.


Diversity in fintech

In celebration of black history month UK, we explore fintech developments in Africa and ventures that help inclusion and diversity in the industry.


Real-time payments around the world, what countries doing what

Another huge year for the payments industry, across the retail, commercial and inter-bank markets. What trends are influencing the sector, who is surging ahead and who is lagging behind? What solutions are on offer?

December 2020/January 2021

Treasury and capital markets
In this issue we’ll be focusing on the treasury and capital markets (TCM) sector, and the technologies that support it.

The End of Year Supplement
As the calendar year draws to the close, we take a look back at its highs and lows, and look forward to 2021 and what it might bring to the industry. The supplement will be available in print and online.

The Banking Technology magazine is published ten times a year, in the first week of the month. Deadline for print enquiries is the middle of the previous month.

The topics are subject to change at the editorial discretion.

Further information about the events listed above can be found in our online Events Calendar.