At Finastra, we are energized by connecting with our customers, partners, and thought leaders in the communities in which we work and live.

You can find and meet us at various financial industry tradeshows, conferences and events around the globe, where we would love to engage with you to understand how our solutions can help you achieve your goals.

Learn more about upcoming events and catch up on any you may have missed.

All Upcoming Events

Upcoming Webinar

The journey to financial empowerment APAC report launch and webinar

Finastra Event

Join us at U.S. Payments Business Forum

Carlsbad, CA,
United States

Past Events

Finastra Universe. Your World. OPEN

Finastra Universe is our global fintech content series where you'll open your world to the latest in fintech innovation through the discovery of cloud, data ready solutions and thought-provoking talks.

Make finance open for everyone, everywhere.


Conquering the LIBOR phase-out with Fusion LaserPro

Get a powerful toolkit for adopting your institution’s chosen replacement rates and fallback language in new and existing loans.

Trade Show

Join us at Sibos 2021

11 -14 October

Meet with Finastra's experts in payments, corporate banking, financial messaging, treasury, capital markets and technology, to discover how you can innovate quickly and unlock new opportunities.


Fast-track onboarding and document verification in commercial lending

Discover the positive impacts of digitalization for both clients and lenders. Find out how critical document gathering and loan requests creation can be accelerated through a demonstration of AIO - Verified Business Identity.

Trade Show

CUBG National Business Services Conference

CU Business Group’s power-packed national conference brings credit union professionals together for valuable commercial services education, top-of-the-line products and services, and networking opportunities, and once again – we’re bringing the event straight to your computer!


Strengthening minority-owned business with lending technology

More than half of African American and Latin owned businesses will need financial assistance to survive the economic effects of the pandemic, according to a study conducted by the Global Strategy Group for Color of Change and UNIDOSUS. Unfortunately, government programs designed to provide relief were ineffective for many business owners of color.