Bank+Fintech

Conference
Berlin
21 to 23 April 2020

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Tuesday 21 April 2020

08.30
Welcome coffee and registration
08.45
Breaking NEWS - What’s up? - Latest GAFA and fintech news

08:45 - 09:00
Philippe Van Fraechem
Efma
General Manager, North Europe & Worldwide Programme Director
Belgium
Meaghan Johnson
Efma
Senior Advisor
United Kingdom
09.00
Battle: the new love story: big banks and big techs

09:00 - 09:30
Claire Calmejane
Société Générale
Chief Innovation Officer
France
Matthias Kröner
Matthias Kröner
Fintech Entrepreneur
Germany

Attention is focusing on the large platforms and the many ways in which they are starting to get involved in financial services, skimming value from the profit pool, while being careful not to step so close that they become regulated.
That’s a big story...

09.30
The data war - reinventing analytics to better predict human behavior

09:30 - 10:00
Yaniv Altshuler
Endor
Co-Founder and CEO@Endor and Research Fellow at MIT
Israel
Escolástico Sánchez Martínez
BBVA Group (BBVA Spain)
Executive Director
Spain
10.00
Coffee break and networking
10.30
Too many fintechs? An overview
The FinTech Action Plan – now what’s next?
10:30 - 10:50
Pēteris Zilgalvis
European Commission - Commission Européenne
Head of Unit, Digital Innovation and Blockchain Digital Single Market Directorate DG CONNECT Co-Chair, FinTech Task Force European Commission
Belgium
Why aren’t you collaborating at scale with startups?
10:50 - 11:10
Elias Ghanem
Capgemini
Global Head of Financial Services Market Intelligence
Spain

- Effective collaboration requires the right mindset, people, selection processes, technology and adoption … are you ready
- Choosing the most qualified startup is also essential… how do you do it?
- We’ll share a global map comparing more than 50 banks with regard to their maturity stage for effective collaboration with the startup ecosystem.

Panel
11:10 - 11:30
Radboud Vlaar
Finch Capital
Founding Partner
Netherlands
Elias Ghanem
Capgemini
Global Head of Financial Services Market Intelligence
Spain
11.30
Panel: Are banks serious about customer experience? - How to beat fintechs in customer experience.

11:30 - 12:15
Kristen Morrow-Greven
Netflix
Director, Payments EMEA
Netherlands
Claire Calmejane
Société Générale
Chief Innovation Officer
France
Meaghan Johnson
Efma
Senior Advisor
United Kingdom
12.15
Fintech village visit
12.35
Lunch and networking
14.00
Advanced technology to boost customer experience (AI and quantum)
Quantum algorithms in finance: extreme computing for optimization, simulation, risk, performance, evaluation, etc.
14:00 - 14:25
Escolástico Sánchez Martínez
BBVA Group (BBVA Spain)
Executive Director
Spain
Enrique Lizaso Olmos
Multiverse Computing
Founder & MD
Spain

- Exponential problems are the type of problem traditional computing is never going to be able to solve, but don’t panic...
- Quantum computing and their qubits are here to address those problems...it's the dream of theoretical mathematicians and physicists, and the nightmare of engineers, but maybe for not much longer...
- Quantum Advantage is less than four years away.

Reaching every banking customer - How CGD made the digital leap in just six months
14:25 - 14:50
Viktor Möllborg
Tink
Senior Partnership Manager
Sweden
Rui Manuel Negrões Soares
Caixa Geral de Depósitos
Head of Digital Bank Department
Portugal

- Portugal’s biggest bank CGD partnered with Tink to reach every banking customer in Portugal.
- DABOX, the bank’s standalone personal finance (PFM) app, was launched just six months later – giving their four million customers control over their finances.
- Now another six months after launch, they’re looking beyond PFM and deepening their strategic relationship with Tink to explore new data-driven business models.

In the world of AI, can a bank be virtual and personal at the same time?
14:50 - 15:15
Amir Sabo
LogMeIn
Customer Success and Experience Manager
Israel
Yair Grossman
Israel Discount Bank
Head of Group Strategy, Planning, Strategy Finance Division
Israel

- How do we leverage AI technology to enhance relationships with our customers?
- How do we create added value for traditional banking in the world of AI?
- It's all about engagement - the triple layered service solution.

15.15
Coffee break, networking and bus departure for the FINLEAP visit
16.30
VISIT to FINLEAP
All sessions are interactive.
16:30 - 18:30

16:30
The world of finleap: # 1 European Fintech Ecosystem
- Introduction to finleap.
- Core business (The finleap abc: handling investor relations & managing portfolio companies in finleap assets; building stand-alone fintech & insurtech business models in finleap build; finleap connect as Software as a Service).
- Our goal is: reshaping finance together, for example by digitizing the financial sector with institutional partners.


17:15
Short trip to our amazing rooftop terrace with a view over West Berlin, then splitting into groups


17:30
Two different workshops:


Group A
CrossLend: How banks can take advantage of a digital debt marketplace to transform an illiquid asset class into a liquid one, grow their origination, find new investment opportunities and handle upcoming challenges such as stricter capital requirements, internal limits and digitalization (interactive component: integrated surveys via sli.do, where the public can vote during the presentation and it will be shown live).


Group B
finleap connect is finleap's SaaS provider. The products and services include existing SaaS and PaaS innovations such as “RegShield”, “Switchkit”, “Open Banking APIs” and “SME Banking” as well as new end-to-end financial solutions and products.

Product demonstrations from solarisBank, ELEMENT or Elinvar.


18.30 Return to the KOSMOS by bus
Karl-Marx-Allee 131a
10243 Berlin
https://eng.kosmos-berlin.de/

Wednesday 22 April 2020

08.45
Open banking: how banks create Market Places with fintech
Card-linked loyalty solutions and transaction enrichment with Dateio - hungry to grow across the CEE
08:45 - 09:10
Martin Kobza
Erste Group Bank
Head of Digital
Austria
Ondrej Knot
Dateio
CEO and Co-Founder
Czech Republic

- CEE is a region of many small countries each maintaining their local languages and local market specifics, which makes scaling across CEE difficult.
- George is a unique digital ecosystem of ERSTE group that will spread across 6 countries and over 7 million users by EOY 2020.
- Dateio is a start-up specialized in card-linked loyalty solutions and transaction enrichment, hungry to grow across the CEE.
- Dateio integration in George brings win-win for customers, ERSTE group and Dateio.
- ERSTE customers will get cash-back on their purchases, ERSTE increases customer loyalty and George engagement and Dateio accelerates its growth in CEE.

A neo bank relying on open banking-enabled products, powered by a strong AI engine
09:10 - 09:35
Paolo Zaccardi
Fabrick
CEO
Italy
Carlo Panella
illimity Bank (Italy)
COO
Italy

- Direct Bank with a fully-fledged banking value proposition, that includes open banking-powered products such as loans, insurance, FX exchange, mortgages, etc. powered by a strong AI engine to offer best-in-class financial products and services to our customers.
- Case study of a fintech partner: Fabrick.
- Open banking: lessons learned and next steps after 6 months from PSD2.
- Which strategies can be really enabled by PSD2?
- The role of technology in implementation end success.

The world's first end-to-end, open eco system for buyers, sellers, agents and solicitors to the Irish market
09:35 - 10:00
Niall Buckley
AIB
Head of Digital Ecosystems
Ireland
Robert Hoban
Offr
CEO
Ireland

- We want to transform the way estate agents do business, digitize the legal process and revolutionize how banks lend to their customers.

Panel : Open banking – does it deliver against promises?
10:00 - 10:30
Carlo Panella
illimity Bank (Italy)
COO
Italy
Martin Kobza
Erste Group Bank
Head of Digital
Austria
10.30
Coffee break and networking
11.00
Deep-dive workshops
Room A - How to choose the most qualified startup - Fintech vs Scaleup
11:00 - 12:30
Elias Ghanem
Capgemini
Global Head of Financial Services Market Intelligence
Spain
Room B - RegTech – Past, present and future - solving some of the most complex regulatory challenges in financial services and beyond
11:00 - 12:30
Peter Lancos
eXate
Co-founder and CEO
United Kingdom
Brian Clark
Ascent Technologies
CEO & Co-Founder
USA
Mukund Umalkar
ING Bank
Head of RegTech Partnerships
United Kingdom

- Past: financial institutions have been fined over $300 billion in the past 10 years – how can new technologies help solve complex regulatory challenges? Hear about ING’s journey over the past 3 years and how it is driving innovation through RegTech partnerships.
- Present:
° Case study 1 (Exate) - How to leverage data-assets and enable cross jurisdictional teams in a post-GDPR world.
° Case study 2 (Ascent RegTech) - How AI can help automate compliance and help us to keep on top of our obligations.
- Future: Take a sneak peek into the Future of RegTech – a perspective from ING

Room C - How to build a culture where failure is an accepted part of the learning
11:00 - 12:30
Paul Louis Iske
KnoCom
Founder and Chief Failure Officer - Institute of Brilliant Failures
Netherlands
Room D - 80% of AI projects - do not reach production - AI and Machine Learning as disruptive technologies for customer experience
11:00 - 12:30
Rudradeb Mitra
Efma
AI and machine learning expert
Poland

- What banks are doing to adopt AI/ML (with 3-4 use cases from the banking sector).
- The challenges faced by banks.
- How banks can work with startups to overcome those challenges.

12.30
Lunch
14.00
Successful digital wallets and payments via fintech collaboration
Merchant/bank engagement: a case study with Netflix
14:00 - 14:20
Kristen Morrow-Greven
Netflix
Director, Payments EMEA
Netherlands

- How does Netflix engage with banks today? (And how is this different from most merchants?)
- How does this collaboration benefit the customer?
- Case study of several different partnerships we've created in Europe.
- Biggest challenges for us and how banks could innovate in this area (or where fintechs might step in).

Nordics is building a joint payments platform to connect 27 million people
14:20 - 14:40
Lars Sjögren
P27 Nordic Payments Platform AB
CEO P27 Nordic Payments Platform AB
Finland
Kasper Almar Mortensen
Danske Bank
Head of P27 Programme – Payments
Denmark

- Purpose and key benefits of the Nordic payments superhighway.
- Collaboration between owners, investors and fintechs.
- The initiative is so far supported by Danske Bank, Handelsbanken, Nordea, OP Financial Group, SEB and Swedbank.
- Key learnings and success factors.
- Nordics as a role model for sector collaboration.

Mitto, rethinking finance for Generation Z: an internal innovation within Sabadell evolving to a spin out
14:40 - 15:00
Julio Martinez
Innocells by BancoSabadell
CEO
Spain
Marcos Cuevas
Mitto
Co-Founder & CEO
Spain

- InnoCells is our digital innovation hub and corporate venturing arm.
- Mitto is a prepaid card for young people from 14 years of age.
- It was created from scratch within InnoCells to cover the needs of teenagers (young people needed their own payment method) and to build a differential product specially designed for the GenZs.
- Internal innovation + spin out with direct market impact.
- Creating a talented independent team.

“Partner and rule”: a marketplace turnkey project
15:00 - 15:20
Anne-Sophie Gardette
BNP Paribas Bank
Head of Product
France
Martin-Pierre Gaultier
Lemon Way
Chief Commercial & Marketing Officer
France

- Giving the bank the technological means and ensuring payment efficiency for marketplaces’ customers.
- Common values and embracing differences between entities: key for success.

15.20
Coffee break and networking
16.00
Efma-Capgemini Financial NewTech Challenge 2020

16:00 - 18:00
Elias Ghanem
Capgemini
Global Head of Financial Services Market Intelligence
Spain
Vincent Bastid
Efma
CEO
France

The Efma-Capgemini Financial NewTech Challenge 2020 rewards the most innovative Financial NewTechs in commercial and retail banking, payments, wealth management, investment and capital markets, alongside the most inspiring Bank + Financial NewTech collaborative projects at scale.
The Efma-Capgemini Financial NewTech Watchlist 2020 will also be unveiled during the ceremony. Both the Challenge and the Watchlist are powered by the FinTechVisor portal, designed to foster collaboration between financial NewTechs and financial institutions.


16:00 – 16:15 Welcome speech & intro
Elias Ghanem, Capgemini/Vincent Bastid, Efma

16:15 – 17:15 NewTech Category
• Presentation by Capgemini of Start-Up Watchlist + introduction of winners (10min)
• 5-minute Start-Up pitch x 3 winners (20min)
• Presentation by Capgemini on Scale-Up Watchlist + introduction of winners (10min)
• 5-minute Scale-Up pitch x 3 winners (20min)

17:15 – 17:50 Financial NewTech Collaboration Category
• Presentation by Capgemini of the winner + what’s a successful collaboration story? (15min)
• Bank + NewTech winner presentation + video on collaboration + Q&A (20min)

17:50 – 18:00
Closing speech – FinTechVisor and next steps

18.00
Cocktail

Thursday 23 April 2020

08.30
Welcome coffee
08.45
Customer data and analytics
From tipping to coaching
08:45 - 09:10
Andrea Lecce
Intesa Sanpaolo
Executive Director Sales & Marketing Retail - Retail & SME Banking Division
Italy
Dorel Blitz
Personetics
Vice President Strategy & Business Development
Israel

- At Intesa Sanpaolo, one of our main goals is to help our customers make their dreams come true. In such a context, financial coaching is not only a new service, but a real-life companion supporting each customer, by providing them with personalized daily communications and advice based on their interests.
- Starting from the customer’s interests and needs, we have leveraged a wide range of push notifications to flank digital money box “XME Salvadanaio” subscription and adoption.
- Designing a new financial coaching product based on marketing capabilities that create and deliver informative and practical notifications leveraging “Personetics”, a money management platform based on Artificial Intelligence.
- Technology is the invisible engine for our financial coaching solution, it is the enabler to guide our customers towards better financial behavior and ultimately to guarantee differentiated experiences.

Turn costly booming data into extra $$$ value – data monetization in telecoms
09:10 - 09:35
Peter Fusek
Instarea
COO
Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
Michal Brcak
T-Mobile Czech Republic & Slovak Telekom
Head of Product Management for Enterprise Services
Slovakia (Slovak Republic)

- Data monetization machine transforms data-rich companies, such as CSPs and banks, into local google-like ads and analytics platform, available for the public good of communities and business.
- Dollar value, further monetization of fixed costs with huge customer database.
- Everybody hates marketing, but not if relevant local info is delivered.
- Public good data insights, data factory is a paid service supplier for government, municipalities.
- University talent attraction, working with big data for local community.

Six steps to improve data agility and productivity and to get maximum value from your data
09:35 - 10:00
Jasper Staal
ABN AMRO Bank
Lead Product Owner Data Marketplace
Netherlands
Johnny Daly
Trifacta
Customer Success Manager, EMEA
USA

Most of the data filling your data lake is raw, unstructured and rife with data quality problems. If you are going to get maximum value from your data lake investment, data preparation is critical.

We have created a checklist to guide you through six steps you should take to improve agility, productivity and consistency when preparing data for a modern data architecture:
- Choose a data preparation solution that integrates natively with your cloud platform.
- Use data preparation to increase efficiency and coordination among stakeholders.
- Don't rebuild what works; choose the right use cases.
- Empower users with self-service while maintaining data governance.
- Ensure data quality with at-scale and continuous validation.
- Publish and operationalize preparation for downstream analytics and machine learning.

Next-gen predictive marketing: MAX and Endor
10:00 - 10:25
Ohad Maimon
Max
Executive Vice President Business Development & Strategy
Israel
Yaniv Altshuler
Endor
Co-Founder and CEO@Endor and Research Fellow at MIT
Israel

- MAX, one of Israel's leading payments companies and Endor, an AI powered based business predictions start-up, have joined forces to utilize and empower the rich data hidden in payment transactions.
- We will shortly introduce Endor's solution, and present the ins and outs of social physics, the use case and results of this partnership, and its contribution to credit sales in MAX.

10.25
Coffee break and networking
11.00
Golden stars fintech speed pitches

11:00 - 13:00

10 small fintechs pitching on brilliant ideas or solutions
&
also love story bank + fintech couples

13.00
Lunch and networking
14.30
How are Asian banks and bigtechs reinventing financial services?

14:30 - 15:30
Lincoln Teo
Efma
Head of Asia Pacific & Senior Advisor
Singapore

- Best practices of major Asian banks in digital strategy and customer experience
- Case studies and trends of tech giants such as Alibaba, Tencent, Ping An, etc.
- Collaboration between tech giants and major banks

15.30
Panel - What next after fintech?

15:30 - 16:15
Elias Ghanem
Capgemini
Global Head of Financial Services Market Intelligence
Spain
Chris Gledhill
Independent
FinTech Infuencer
United Kingdom
Ole Madsen
Spar Nord Bank
Senior Vice President, Communication & Innovation
Denmark
16.15
Battle: where is my money? - Neo banks vs incumbents
17.00
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On-site visits to FinLeap will be part of the event: you will be able to meet their executives and experience innovation firsthand (places limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis) - reserved for financial institutions

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