Please, note that this presentation is reserved for financial institutions only.
Disruption is nothing new to the Banking industry. What is new is an accelerated transformational pace spurred by evolving and ever-increasing customer expectations, government-imposed regulations, and mounting competition from nimble FinTechs.
Constrained by a variety of factors, the ability of many Banks to maintain the bottom line while boosting customer experience is being hampered. Conversely, FinTechs, considered as competitors until fairly recently, are now perceived as dynamic Bank partners for the future. Banks and FinTechs both look to leverage each other’s complementary strengths. While FinTechs are exploiting areas where Banks are underperforming, inherent strengths of Banks could be critical for long-term FinTech success.
The World Retail Banking Report 2017, from Capgemini and Efma, will explore the symbiotic partnership between Banks and FinTechs, analyzing long- and short-term success criteria, challenges, lessons learned, and best practices.
Join us for the "World Retail Banking Report 2017 Presentation" which is taking place on 27 June 2017 from 5:30 pm in Brussels.
Our invitation-only presentation in Brussels will bring together retail banking professionals to explore:
- Why—as disruptive FinTechs continue to offer the wow factor to customers—it more important than ever for banks to integrate best practices and to foster a nimble, innovative culture through collaboration.
- How application programming interfaces (APIs) aid bank and FinTech collaboration by enhancing information flow within the new connected ecosystem.
- How collaborative information exchange is leading to new business models and customer-centric offerings.
- How to leverage Open Banking next-generation opportunities while understanding challenges such as the threat of third-party disintermediation.
As a guest of Capgemini and Efma, there is no charge for your participation in this meeting. Because the number of places for this event is limited, we ask you to register in advance.
A copy of the World Retail Banking Report 2017 will be made available to registered attendees.