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Tomorrow’s Transactions Unconference - September 18, 2019- Santa Clara, CA
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Tomorrow’s Transactions Unconference




September 18, 2019

Whole Day Event



Hosted by: Silicon Valley Bank



Silicon Valley Bank
3005 Tasman Drive, Santa Clara, CA 95054



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The Tomorrow’s Transactions Unconference is back! Join us for an informal free-flow event where the attendees shape the agenda to suit them. It offers a unique opportunity to hear some of the industry’s thought leaders tackle subjects that are changing our world. This year Consult Hyperion, along with our host, Silicon Valley Bank, is delighted to be partnering with BayPay and OWI to bring a Tomorrow’s Transactions Unconference to Santa Clara on 18th September 2019.

The event offers first class networking opportunities and break-out sessions to explore themes in further detail and deep dive on specific points.

Who knows what the delegates will want to talk about, but we expect to see AI & Future Transaction Technology, Open Banking, Digital Responsibility, Identity, Security for IoT, Digital Currency and many other topics explored by invited experts and delegates alike.

Our Global Ambassador, Dave Birch, will be the emcee for the event with speakers from across industry bringing visionary perspectives, practical insights and a wealth of knowledge to the forum. Dave is one of Wired magazine’s top 15 sources of business information and Total Payments, ranked Dave Europe’s most influential commentator on emerging payments.

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9:00 AM Registration
  Tracy Isacke, Head of Corporate Relationships at Silicon Valley Bank
  Cameron Trimble, Serial Entrepreneur
  Filip Verley, Sr. Product Manager at Google
David G.W. Birch, Director of Innovation at Consult Hyperion
5:00 PM End of session


Cameron Trimble

Serial Entrepreneur

Cameron Trimble is a serial entrepreneur committed to the triple bottom line - a concern for people, profit and the planet. Driven by an adventurous spirit, she runs businesses and NGO organizations, both secular and faith-based. She serves as a consultant, a frequent speaker on national speaking circuits, is a pilot and an author.

Cameron currently serves as the Executive Director of Stop the Traffik USA, a NGO focused on putting an end to human trafficking around the world through the use of technology driven intelligence-led prevention. STT works in partnership with IBM, Barclays, Facebook, the Financial Times and many others to develop the tools to identify and disrupt human trafficking networks.

Cameron is also the CEO of the Center for Progressive Renewal, a multi-million dollar non-profit made up of subsidiary companies and organizations. She is the Co-Founder of Skycross Media, a for-profit venture that provides online solutions for organizations doing good in the world. She is also a partner in Trimble Properties, a real estate company dedicated to housing vulnerable people in the Atlanta area.

Cameron is particularly focused on the empowerment of women, people of color and LGBTQ people in leadership. Her coaching clients are primarily executive leaders of large companies or NGO organizations going through dynamic culture transformations. Diversity, she believes, is the source of lasting innovation and the driver of fair profit.

Becoming a pilot at a young age, Cameron learned many of her leadership lessons through the adventures of the cockpit of her airplane. She has also enjoyed a career as an ordained pastor in the United Church of Christ, serving as the pastor of four congregations in the Atlanta area. Hers has been an eclectic career path - undoubtedly with more adventures to come - and she welcomes the wisdom she gains each day on the way.


Tracy Isacke

Head of Corporate Relationships at Silicon Valley Bank

Tracy Isacke joined Silicon Valley Bank in 2014 and leads the company’s Corporate Relationship Management Group, which was established in 2009 to build connections between investment groups at some of the world’s largest companies and emerging technology and life science startups. 

As head of the group, Tracy is responsible for Silicon Valley Bank’s relationships with corporate venture funds, corporate development teams and innovation groups at Fortune 500 companies.

Prior to joining SVB, Tracy was EVP New Business Ventures at Telefónica Digital where she identified investment opportunities in Silicon Valley, Israel and Europe with potential to accelerate Telefónica’s business. She also drove an international Global Partner team to deliver unique partnerships and Direct-to-Bill opportunities for Telefónica across 25 operating businesses in Europe and Latin America.

Tracy joined Telefónica in 2006 initially as Head of Enterprise Sales in the UK and then leading the acquisition of Jajah in Mountain View. She set up and grew the office in Silicon Valley and led the acquisition of San Francisco based TokBox, as well as several investments on behalf of Telefónica including Boku, and Box and key partnerships including Evernote, Pinterest and Rhapsody.

Tracy started her career at Xerox, rising to be one of the first female members of the UK Board. She then spent four years getting a taste of what life is like in an early stage company, working in a venture capital-backed start-up that went on to achieve a successful exit.

Born in the UK, Tracy has lived in Italy, Israel and now lives in Los Gatos, CA, with her husband and family. She has 3 children, 2 step children, 2 dogs and a cat.


Filip Verley

Sr. Product Manager at Google

Filip finds solutions for the merger of the physical and digital worlds, and its impact on identity. In his current role with Google, Filip works on Federated Identity. Identity is key to all online and offline transactions and interactions. How do we help users navigate these waters while finding the right balance between trust, convenience and privacy. Filip is also a Senior Advisor to OWI. In this role, he is responsible for building partnerships, curating the conversation around identity and educating the industry about the importance of this topic. Previously, Filip worked at Airbnb on identity. This is one of the company’s most critical missions. Filip has a masters degree in criminal justice from Florida State University, grew up in Belgium, has a growing family, and he enjoys action movies and sports

Filip Verley


David G.W. Birch

Director of Innovation at Consult Hyperion

David G.W. Birch Director of Innovation at Consult Hyperion, the secure electronic transactions consultancy. He is an internationally-recognised thought leader in digital identity and digital money; named one of the global top 15 favourite sources of business information (Wired magazine) and one of the top ten most influential voices in banking (Financial Brand); listed in the top ten Twitter accounts followed by innovators, along with Bill Gates and Richard Branson (PR Daily); ranked in the top three most influential people in London’s FinTech community (City A.M.), voted one of the European “Power 50” people in digital financial services (FinTech Awards) and ranked Europe’s most influential commentator on emerging payments (Total Payments).

David Birch


Location Silicon Valley Bank, 3005 Tasman Drive, Santa Clara, CA 95054

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Wednesday 18 September 2019    
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