47th Efma Congress: Banking Transformation

Conference
Paris
17 to 18 October 2019

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Thursday 17 October 2019

08.15
Welcome coffee & registration
08.45
Responsible and Sustainable Banking - Part 1
Futures Literacy and Temporality: Rethinking Credit Creation and Asset Distribution
08:45 - 09:00
Riel Miller
Unesco
Head Of Futures Literacy
France

- Inequality, Asset Creation, Wealth Distribution and Time: Can Futures Literacy Change
  the Conditions of Change?
- Money, Inequality and the Future: An Anticipatory Systems Perspective.

Financial Inclusion Report: Building a future that makes a difference
09:00 - 09:30
Martin Calnan
Ecole des Ponts Business School
Director, Executive Education
France

- Initiatives leading banks are undertaking to actively contribute to making a better world
- What will be the meaning of finance for individuals? Companies? Society?
- How the financial sector can contribute to creating tangible value for all its stakeholders
- How are financial institutions actively contributing to financial inclusion?

CEO Panel
09:55 - 10:25
Omar Bounjou
Attijariwafa Bank
CEO
Morocco
Alain Law Min
MCB Mauritius Commercial Bank
Chief Executive Officer
Mauritius
Eric Campos
Crédit Agricole S.A.
Head of Corporate Social Responsibility
France
Krysztof Bachta
Alior Bank
CEO
Poland

Endorsing the principles for responsible banking and becoming part of the sustainable financial system of the future

10.25
Coffee break & networking
10.55
Responsible and Sustainable Banking - Part 2
Why does sustainable finance and responsible banking matter for banks
10:55 - 11:15
Philippe Heim
Société Générale
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
France

- What is at stake? Climate change as a financial risk
- Societe Generale commitments and concrete initiatives:
            - Paris climate agreement implementation into the financing policy
            - Introducing green and positive impact bonds
            - “Grow with Africa” strategy
- Public and private sector collaboration is crucial:
Balanced regulation, European integration and global commitment as key drivers

11.15
Bigtech and telco companies – Are they going to eat the cake from banks ?
A Tel-ban-co perspective to better analyze collo-petitive Telecom/Banking relationship
11:40 - 12:00
Emre Ergun
Vodafone
Chief Customer Operations Officer
Turkey

- Banking environment from the telco perspective
- Telco interest in financial products: are telcos the next Fintech?
- Digital age of customers/partners: two industries, multiple perceptions
- Evolvement of 4 Cs in bank/telco relationship: collaboration, challenges, co-creation, competition

12.00
Reinventing organizations: Leadership & Cultural shift to transform financial institutions to banking 4.0
Digital Transformation Practitioner and Though Leader
12:00 - 12:20
Sonia Wedrychowicz
Sonia Wedrychowicz
Digital Transformation Practitioner and Thought Leader, Former MD of DBS, Citi and Standard Chartered Bank
USA

The essence of digital transformation and leadership in the age of industry 4.0 

Innovation : Doing it and learning from it
12:20 - 12:40
Ian Ormerod
BBVA
Head of New Digital Businesses
Spain
Digital Leadership: Providing insights into a new leadership and how it works in practice
12:40 - 13:00
Krysztof Bachta
Alior Bank
CEO
Poland

- Rapidly responding to unanticipated opportunities and threats with
  higher level of autonomy of your employees and solutions devised and developed collaboratively
- People First: Engaging and inspiring your workforce instead of managing work
  to let them actively participate
- Collaboration is key to success for leadership in the digital age

13.00
Lunch & networking
14.00
Making CX different: lessons learnt from new players
World Banking Report 2019
14:00 - 14:25
Bill Sullivan
Capgemini (USA)
Head of Global Financial Services Market Intelligence, Senior Director
USA

Embracing modern banking models via building digital ecosystems.

Delivering the Banking-as-a Service Proposition
14:25 - 14:45
Neobanks are growing up from infancy
14:45 - 15:05
Ricky Knox
Tandem
CEO
United Kingdom

- What is the prognosis for their “adulthood”?
- Road to monetization and profitability in the neobanking space
- Customer point-of-view: how does Tandem create propositions which customers come to love

Yolt's journey in Open Banking and PSD2
15:05 - 15:25
Leon Muis
Yolt
Chief Business Officer
United Kingdom

- How was smart money platform built
- What comes next – cooperation with banks and fintechs and consumer empowerment
- Unlocking the power of open banking, what the future holds

Oaknorth case study: How to leverage AI and big data to boost SME and mortgage lending
15:25 - 15:45
Sean Hunter
OakNorth
CIO
United Kingdom

- Performing zero defaults and 8% margin on SME lending due to using an alternative
  source of data and AI 
- Providing mortgages to individuals with no stable income
- Boosting revenues from using BaaS (Banking as a Service)

15.45
Coffee break & networking
16.15
Panel discussion

16:15 - 16:45
Ricky Knox
Tandem
CEO
United Kingdom
Leon Muis
Yolt
Chief Business Officer
United Kingdom

New models of creating and delivering financial services to customers
- What is next in 5 years for neobanks:
      Product strategy
      Go to market MT/national vs. international expansion
- Where do you see the whole financial industry going next?
- What business would you start as the next one in financial services?

16.45
Driving adoption of emerging technologies
Study presentation: "Open Banking & the Bank of the Future"
16:45 - 17:10
Cyril Rimbert
Wavestone
Manager
France

- Context and objectives of Open Banking and PSD2
- The opportunity for banks to launch larger-scale projects and move towards an "Open Banking" model:
         - Where is the market?
         - What are the different models?
- Food for thought on future developments and impacts on the retail banking market

Creating connected experiences
17:10 - 17:35
Matthijs Eijpe
Backbase
Regional Sales Director
Netherlands

- How to transform from traditional bank to digital-first enterprise
- Smart technologies and deep culture change as the keys to the future of banking

Building 1 on 1 connections between customers and their bank
17:35 - 17:50
Janina Lieser
Kony
VP Digital Strategy & Experience
USA

- Flipping the traditional service model on its head
- Empowering local customer teams to deliver personalized, proactive banking services
  consistently across all physical and digital channels
- Significantly improving customers’ Net Promoter Scores by providing a more personal, local
  digital experience
- Turning bankers into financial coaches and becoming a talent magnet

How to measure and take customer experience decisions
17:50 - 18:05
Sheb Camur
Pisano
Customer Success Manager
Turkey
18.05
Wrap-up session & end of day 1

Friday 18 October 2019

08.15
Welcome coffee & registration
08.45
Responses to digital transformation : lessons learnt from endeavors of traditional players
Building a more innovative and resilient bank capable of stronger growth
08:45 - 09:05
Aalishaan Zaidi
Standard Chartered Bank
Global Head of Digital Banking
Singapore

- Embedding a performance-orientated and innovative culture, which emphasises
  conduct and sustainability
- Streamlining our own operations to ensure we delight our clients, and drive productivity
- Investing in digital initiatives to transform our business
- Collaborating with best-in-class partners to quickly roll-out top-class products and services
- Rapidly expanding sustainable financing to drive a positive social, environmental and economic impact

Putting customer at the center of everything you do
09:05 - 09:25
Lisa Frazier
Wells Fargo
Executive Vice President, Head of Innovation
USA

- Challenges in leading strategic and operational change to successfully respond to dynamic and
  empowered customers, digital disruption and disruptive business models
- Prioritizing innovation not in terms of what you can do, but based on what your customers tell us
  they want and need

Optimising distribution for a competitive advantage: the AIB story
09:25 - 09:45
Robert Mulhall
Allied Irish Banks
Managing Director - Retail and Commercial Banking
Ireland

- Transforming the distribution model: focus on efficiency and cost to protect margins
- Developing new channels for revenue: focus on revenue streams
- Harnessing digital and physical to win

09.45
Leveraging big data & data strategy - Part 1
Study presentation: Developing a comprehensive data strategy with maximum ROI
09:45 - 10:05
Richard Peers
Microsoft EMEA
Banking Industry Director EMEA
United Kingdom
Fueling growth through data monetization
10:05 - 10:25
Lukasz Opoka
UBS
Head of Digital Banking Innovation and Development, Executive Director
Switzerland

- Data and analytics are changing the way business is done
- Data monetization is becoming a differentiator
- Get the foundations right first: building blocks of a successful data-and-analytics programme
- Partnering with third parties to inject necessary capabilities and new applications
  to speed up data-and-analytics programme

How trust transforms banking in the open era
10:25 - 10:50
Christophe Joyau
Tink
VP of Business Development
Sweden

As banking opens up and customers gain control over their data, the industry will be transformed.
So what does the path ahead look like for banks, their business models and the billions of customers relying on them?
- What it means now that customers are in control of their data
- How to drive loyalty and building trust with your customers 
- How to anticipate the ways in which customers will engage with their data and use it
  to inform your strategies

10.50
Coffee break & networking
11.20
Leveraging big data & data strategy - Part 2
The rise of the bank as a platform : "making it happen”
11:20 - 11:40
Alexey Kruglov
Sberbank
Managing Director, Retail Digital Business
Russian Federation

- Introducing Sberbank Online platform: From a product-oriented to an Innovation-driven
  platform development
- Deep technology transformation – how Sberbank mastered it to become the top financial
  services platform in the country
- Addressing difficulties and challenges in platformification
- What’s coming up next?

Driving customer engagement: The core of any successful transformation
11:40 - 11:55
May Michelson
PayKey
Head of Business Development Europe
Israel

- Sharing best practices of delivering a frictionless mobile banking experience
- Learning from banks that are already leveraging social media apps channels and staying always
  in front of their customers
- Exploring new engagement tools enabling banks today to differentiate their offering and
  stand out from competition

Banking on a customer-centric approach to data for powerful results
11:55 - 12:10
Edwin Madou
NGDATA
VP Sales EMEA
Belgium

- Putting people at the centre of every business via Customer DNA,
  AI powered CDP which continuously learns from behavior to deliver compelling customer experiences 

12.10
Lunch & networking
13.10
Banking transformation journey & Digital observatory - Part 1
Study presentation – Digital Transformation Observatory 2019
13:10 - 13:35
Axel Reinaud
BCG
Senior Partner & Managing Director
France

- Putting people at the centre of every business via Customer DNA, AI powered CDP which continuously
  learns from behavior to deliver compelling customer experiences

Strategies to successfully transforming your digital channels and touchpoints
13:35 - 13:55
Geert Van Mol
Belfius
Chief Digital Officer
Belgium

- Becoming number 1 bank in mobile banking in Belgium with over 1,1 million active customers

Learning how George scaled internally from an idea to a cross-country banking platform
13:55 - 14:15
Martin Kobza
Erste Group Bank
Head of Digital
Austria

- Unification of all of the Erste’s 16 million customers from 7 countries into a central digital ecosystem
- Aiming not just to deliver leading digital experience for its customers,
  but as well to digitally unlock the economy of scale of CEE region
- how George scaled from pilot to a cross-country platform with agile, product oriented organization

The AI at the service of the market intelligence of the financial institutions
14:15 - 14:35
Xavier Gomez
INVYO
Founder and Chief Operating Officer
France
14.35
Coffee break & networking
15.05
Banking transformation journey & Digital observatory - Part 2
Learning from MUFG’s Open Innovation Strategy and its partnerships with start-ups
15:05 - 15:25
Nobutake Suzuki
MUFG Innovation Partners
President & CEO
Japan

- Key initiatives that drive MUFG’s digital transformation
- How MUFG works with startups to accelerate partnerships and innovations.
- Leveraging Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) as a final peace of puzzle for MUFG’s open

Agility in Transformation: Changing focus from a destination to a continuous journey
15:25 - 15:45
Subroto Som
Mashreq Bank
EVP and Group Head of Retail Banking
United Arab Emirates

- The importance and impact of refocusing - How it can affect  results across aspects
- Building upwards on the three key pillars: People, Technology and Business

15.45
Workshop - Collective intelligence
16.15
Wrap-up and end of the conference

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