With the face of the Financial Services Sector changing as we know it, FinTech is more relevant than ever in today’s business world. Particularly in light of emerging technologies, FinTech is disrupting and thus changing the finance industry entirely.

Whether you’re interested in gaining a quick understanding of the developments within the industry, are wildly passionate about the innovative technology impacting finance, or you yourself want to pursue a career in FinTech, UCL FinTech Society, the largest FinTech Society in Europe, is the best place to start. 

Our society is not just limited to FinTech, but rather a spectrum from Finance to Technology and everything in between, from Blockchain and Algo Trading to Open Banking and Social Enterprises. This large coverage also means we have members from a broad range of degrees; anyone interested is welcome! We provide the platform for students to learn about exciting developments, innovative apps and lucrative careers in FinTech.

Given that London is the FinTech capital of the world and UCL is London’s premier university, our society provides a bridge between the industry and the talented students of UCL. Becoming a member and attending events will not only deepen your understanding of the current industry, but also make you valuable to firms in finance and technology as well as provide you with plenty networking and internship opportunities.

We expect a great year filled with quality events for our members, old and new. This includes panels and talks from experienced professionals from within the industry, interactive workshops, mentorship programmes and more. Join now and become part of one of UCL’s most exciting societies!

  • Free (Taster) Membership - Access to all of our online events and our mailing list
  • £3 Membership - All of the above and discounts on upcoming in-person events throughout the year!

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Opening senior positions for the leadership race!


As the President of a society, you will be responsible for leading the society towards its goals and managing other committee members. This involves developing a clear vision for the society, setting agendas and targets, recruiting new members, and organising events that align with the society's objectives. Strong leadership, communication, and organizational skills are required for this role.


As the Treasurer of the UCL FinTech society, you will be responsible for managing the society's budget, including tracking income and expenses, creating an annual budget, and negotiating sponsorships and deals. Strong financial skills, attention to detail, and the ability to prioritize tasks are important for this role. This position is suitable for those interested in finance or looking to develop transferable skills in budget management.

Vice President of Client Relations:

As Vice President (VP) of Client Relations you will work closely with the President and other committee members to develop and implement plans and initiatives that align with the society's goals and objectives. You would also be responsible for communicating with society members and companies, providing updates and addressing any concerns or issues that may arise, organizing events and activities for society members, conducting market research to identify new opportunities for growth, and collaborating with other committees and societies to expand the society's reach.

Vice President of Marketing:

As Vice President (VP) of Marketing, your main responsibility would be to promote and raise awareness of events, and activities. Your tasks will involve managing the UCL FinTech social media accounts, designing and distributing promotional materials such as flyers and posters and collaborating with other committees and societies to co-promote events.

Vice President of Events:

As Vice President (VP) of Events, your main responsibility would be to plan, organize, and execute events and activities for the society. Your tasks will involve selecting venues, booking speakers and company events, managing budgets, and communicating with attendees and stakeholders. You would work closely with other committees and societies to ensure that events are well-promoted.

Vice President of Research:

Vice President (VP) of Research, your tasks will involve managing the UCL FTR (Finance and Technology Review) publication, and all tasks relating to it. This involves working with FTR correspondents regarding identifying research topics, designing and conducting studies, analysing data, and communicating findings to stakeholders through articles and other publications. Other responsibilities may include managing the publication process, ensuring that articles are edited and reviewed by FTR editors, and promoting the publication to a wider audience. 

Vice President of Quantitative Ventures:

As Vice President (VP) of Quant Ventures, your main responsibility would be to ideate and host events that seek to educate students from all degree backgrounds about the role of quantitative trading in financial markets and the main principles that quant traders utilise on a daily basis. This would involve working with Client Relations closely to source  Quants from top financial firms to come in and speak about their role, host quantitative trading workshops, as well as organise Hackathons for students to partake in.

Vice President of Outreach:

The department’s goal is to bridge the gap between students and experienced professionals in the fintech industry, and to make the concept of FinTech more accessible to a diverse group of members. The Outreach VP scout and contact CEOs and marketing heads of startups and financial/tech companies to organise career/networking events and offer knowledge, career advice, and networking opportunities in finance and technology to society members. The Outreach team also collaborates with the SWIT and CTRL programmes and partners with schools to offer workshops to students.

Vice President of Welfare Officer: 

As Vice President (VP) of Outreach & Welfare Office in FinTech society, your main responsibility would be to develop and implement strategies to support the welfare and well-being of society members.