SPEAKERS

SAMPLE OF KEYNOTE SPEAKERS AND THEIR CASE STUDIES

Daniel LE

Head of API

CASE STUDY / DAY 1

The Future of Collaboration in Corporate Banking

At Commerzbank they understand Open Banking as the combination of both technical components and business components with the aim to boost innovation and ultimately increase user value. On the journey to leverage the full potential of Open Banking, significant challenges will arise that cannot be solved by one single party alone, especially in our increasingly complex world. Thus, we believe that only through partnerships among equals with clients, partners of FinTech, the true value of Open Banking can be revealed.

  • Open Banking – What it could mean
  • Influence of Open Banking on Business and Corporate Clients
  • Open Banking changes value creation
CASE STUDY / DAY 1

Payments Revolution: Will Blockchain Networks Replace Legacy Payment Platforms?

Why blockchain payment networks have not become the de facto standard for Payment Market Infrastructures? Is the problem related to adoption of the technology for this use case? Are we too early in the evolution life cycle for this to be feasible? We will explore some of the opportunities and challenges related to this.

  • What are the current realities
  • Which current barriers to entry exist
  • Which industry forces are creating a case for change
  • Which timelines do we see as realistic to achieve this

Hendrik VAN DER WATT

Chief Enterprise Architect: Payments and Digital Core

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Gian BATTISTA BAA’

Head of Digital Payments and Services

CASE STUDY DAY 2

Digital Payments: A Journey from Contactless Payments to Open Banking

In the recent years, the digital payments industry has been experiencing continuous changing. For instance, in 2015 contactless payments in Italy accounted for 12% of the overall digital payments, while today they are facing a steady and quick growth due to the rise of other use cases via mobile and wearables. Phones, watches, rings, fingerprints and other biometrics: payment technologies are still in development and contactless mobile payments seem to be the future. Plus, cash is progressively losing power in Western countries’ economies while it has already lost the fight in the Eastern ones. IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS, THE ACCELERATION OF DIGITAL PAYMENTS DOUBLED COMPARED TO TWENTY YEARS BEFORE.

• From contactless payments to wearables: The story of a bold switch in users’ mind-set and how Intesa Sanpaolo responds to change
• Payments as a new way of expressing ourselves
• Cards Instant Issuing for On-The-Go users
• Card customisation: Interpreting customer tastes and responding quickly
• The opportunities of Open Banking: Partnerships with corporates and public administration
• The future of payments: Further opportunities deriving from an open approach

Daniel LE

Head of API

CASE STUDY DAY 1

The Future of Collaboration in Corporate Banking

At Commerzbank they understand Open Banking as the combination of both technical components and business components with the aim to boost innovation and ultimately increase user value. On the journey to leverage the full potential of Open Banking, significant challenges will arise that cannot be solved by one single party alone, especially in our increasingly complex world. Thus, we believe that only through partnerships among equals with clients, partners of FinTech, the true value of Open Banking can be revealed.

• Open Banking – What it could mean
• Influence of Open Banking on Business and Corporate Clients
• Open Banking changes value creation

Hendrik VAN DER WATT

Chief Enterprise Architect: Payments and Digital Core

CASE STUDY DAY 1

Payments Revolution: Will Blockchain Networks Replace Legacy Payment Platforms?

Why blockchain payment networks have not become the de facto standard for Payment Market Infrastructures? Is the problem related to adoption of the technology for this use case? Are we too early in the evolution life cycle for this to be feasible? We will explore some of the opportunities and challenges related to this.

• What are the current realities
• Which current barriers to entry exist
• Which industry forces are creating a case for change
• Which timelines do we see as realistic to achieve this

Christoph BAUER

VP, Innovation Evangelist

CASE STUDY DAY 2

Der Link: The Minimum Viable Innovation Team

We often hear about how large corporates structure innovation teams in their headquarters. But what about the other locations, how can you accelerate innovation efforts in other markets a corporate is active in? This is what Der Link, the Minimum Viable Innovation Team of Societe Generale in Germany, is all about. Christoph Bauer, Innovation Evangelist, will talk about his experience building the team and share his insights on what works and what does not work in such a setup.

• How can local innovation teams contribute to innovation and accelerate local efforts?
• What kind of projects can you run, how do you make the best out of a very small team?
• Which formats work well, how is communication and exchange with local entities structured?
• What are fails and what does success look like?

Ákos András MOLNÁR

Head of Digital Services and George Country Manager

CASE STUDY DAY 2

Introducing George to Erste Bank Hungary’s Customers During the Pandemic

In this presentation, the speaker would like to show what difficulties and challenges they faced in implementing one of the most innovative banking FinTech solutions in Europe during the pandemic. He would also like to show how the new digital platform was received by the customers after the product was launched to the market.

• Pandemic is here, project must go on
• Finding balance in personalisation and new digital business models
• How to handle extra needs of digitally matured customers with an “off-the-shelf” Group wild solution

Ákos András MOLNÁR

Head of Digital Services and George Country Manager

CASE STUDY / DAY 2

Introducing George to Erste Bank Hungary’s Customers During the Pandemic

In this presentation, the speaker would like to show what difficulties and challenges they faced in implementing one of the most innovative banking FinTech solutions in Europe during the pandemic. He would also like to show how the new digital platform was received by the customers after the product was launched to the market.

  • Pandemic is here, project must go on
  • Finding balance in personalisation and new digital business models
  • How to handle extra needs of digitally matured customers with an “off-the-shelf” Group wild solution
CASE STUDY / DAY 2

Digital Payments: A Journey from Contactless Payments to Open Banking

In the recent years, the digital payments industry has been experiencing continuous changing. For instance, in 2015 contactless payments in Italy accounted for 12% of the overall digital payments, while today they are facing a steady and quick growth due to the rise of other use cases via mobile and wearables. Phones, watches, rings, fingerprints and other biometrics: payment technologies are still in development and contactless mobile payments seem to be the future. Plus, cash is progressively losing power in Western countries’ economies while it has already lost the fight in the Eastern ones. IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS, THE ACCELERATION OF DIGITAL PAYMENTS DOUBLED COMPARED TO TWENTY YEARS BEFORE.

  • From contactless payments to wearables: The story of a bold switch in users’ mind-set and how Intesa Sanpaolo responds to change
  • Payments as a new way of expressing ourselves
  • Cards Instant Issuing for On-The-Go users
  • Card customisation: Interpreting customer tastes and responding quickly
  • The opportunities of Open Banking: Partnerships with corporates and public administration
  • The future of payments: Further opportunities deriving from an open approach

Gian BATTISTA BAA’

Head of Digital Payments and Services

I liked the atmosphere, interactive sessions, networking, professionalism and quality of speakers.

Group Digital Governance Head at Erste Group Bank

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