The Post-FinTech Banking Ecosystem
Alex Letts, Founder and Chief Unbanking Officer, U
Session details to be confirmed
Martin Hargreaves, Head of Product Strategy, VocaLink
Make innovation possible: Centralise your platforms and update your legacy systems
Global-centricity and IoT in Banking
Karan Walia, Former-COO, Société Générale
The Heart of Open Banking
Natasha Kyprianides, Group Head of Digital Banking and Innovation, Hellenic Bank
Making the most of the API opportunity
George Dunning, CTO, Bud
Let’s get rid of the hassle: Using IoT for ID verification and onboarding
Selfies may be cool, but are biometrics the future of verification and onboarding for your bank?
Banks have the opportunity to harness the potential of IoT within the branch. Footprint traffic monitoring means that banks can know a huge amount about both the customers walking in and the usefulness of the branch. The former can give you valuable information for KYC compliance but also customer preferences, profile and credit history.
This forward- thinking presentation will show IoT can be deployed in the branch to learn more about your customers which allow for tailored financial products that grow revenue systems in addition to better direction and in-branch communication.
Getting past the app: What do business customers want?
Will Beeson, Head of Operations and Innovations, Civilised Bank
Are Amazon, Apple and Facebook now the greatest threat to incumbent banks?
Friend or Foe? The constant question that is asked of challengers by the incumbent banks. The answer seems to be that while challengers may well be a threat to the traditional banks in future years, for the moment the level of customer means that it is something to be wary of rather than scared of. However, a new threat seems to be emerging: the big technology companies.
Facebook is already piloting the use of p2p payments through their Facebook chat and Amazon are expected to follow suit with financial services. Working in an vastly less regulated world, are technology companies now the biggest threat to the traditional banking industry?
A world where every device is a payment device
Gijs Boudewijn, Chair, Payments Systems Committee, European Banking Federation
Session details to be confirmed
Christoph Zehnacker, Head of Strategic Digital Partnerships, Mastercard
PSD2: An amazing IoT opportunity, but for who?
Ghela Boskovitch, Founder, FemTechGlobal
Ruth Wandhofer, Managing Director, Global Head Regulatory & Market Strategy, Citi
Spiros Margaris, Founder, Margaris Advisory
The Strategy behind Investing in IoT Payments
Mariusz Szmigiel, Vice President, Group Strategy, Barclays
Jeff Tijssen, Chair, International Profile Workstream, Fintech Network Action Group, City of London
Capitalising on innovative business models: Subscription services with IoT at their core
The Deutsche Bank Think Tank: An environment for fostering innovation
Juergen Von Der Lehr, Manging Director, Head of Digital Innovation and Think Tank, Deutsche Bank
Wearable payments are starting to become a key differentiator in the fight to attract new customers. With a raft of pilots expected throughout 2017 this presentation will look at a particular success story: The Hellenic Bank PayBand.
Participants will be able to hear more about initial outlay, ROI, how the PayBand measured up against other mobile products in order to ascertain whether this type of wearable payment product would work for their own institution.
Aris Kourris, Head of Card Services, Hellenic Bank
Meysam Moradpour, Director- Digital Ventures, Pizza Hut
What does good design and user experience look like for IoT payments?
Having a frictionless customer experience is always the end goal for any UX designer. With IoT payments this should be easier than mobile or any other channel. However, with such a plethora of connected devices that could potentially become payment devices, how do you ensure functionality and ease of use? This presentation will look to uncover some of the mystery into how to create the best user experience that can become an integral USP for the organisation
George Voke, UX Design, RBS
IoT paid for my parking: A marketing gimmick or the future of seamless transactions?
Going forward, we can surely expect to see more partnerships like Honda and Visa’s Digital Wallet, in order to harness the power of the connected car as a payment device. This presentation will look at one example of how IoT payments are being utilised in the connected car - parking. But is this for you? Join this presentation to hear more about the technology and costs involved that enable connected cars to pay for parking.
One-to-one business meetings
Network with tech innovators that address your current priorities in these pre-arranged and mutually agreed meetings.
A valuable platform for educating yourself on the latest technology and making informed decisions for your IoT strategy.
WORKSHOP: Making Innovation Happen: A view from the retail business
Nick Lansley, Innovation Insider, Lansley Consultancy
Your chance to identify the next big thing
Start-up companies have an important role to play in driving disruptive innovation that will shape the future of payments. Take this opportunity to gain early insight into new technologies and potentially identify your next investment project.
A series of elevator pitches will inspire you with fresh thinking and keep you at the forefront of technological developments that could give you a competitive edge.
From Metro AG Use from Retail
Introducing Innovation and Startups in a corporate environment becomes ‘trendy’ and is a prerequisite for successful future Retail business. One of the main challenge is the integrating of Startups in established organizations.
The easiest part is for top management, by ‘simply’ taking the decision to collaborate or acquire a Startup; by doing so, the corporate shows INNOVATION.
The challenges start when the Startup is incorporated within the organization. Aligning departments, understanding each other business model, accepting company’s cultures and differences in experiences must be overcome to be able boosting both businesses to a success.
This session is about sharing experiences and solutions for Startup and Innovation integration in established organizations. How can Startups take advantage of economies of scale as well as how to open-up Corporates for business innovations.
Otto van Harmelen, Vice-President, Metro AG
Internet of Payments: Perspectives from the Emerging Payments Association
Tony Craddock, Director General, Emerging Payments Association
Leveraging predictive analytics for effective customer insight
Predictive analytics, has the opportunity for both cross-sell and upsell. By modelling such data in conjunction with validation and business input can vastly improve both operational efficiency and customer engagement.
This presentation will look at how predictive analytics will help improve your business through:
Bas Geerdink, IT Chapter Lead, ING
Pinpointing the advantages of mobilising the cloud for data storage
Raul Coutinho Garrido, CTO, Marionette
Understanding the GDPR, getting consent and informing your customers of data usage
Don’t be next! Securing IoT Payments
Gaining customer trust to enable a world of IoT payments
Exploring what consumers truly want from their IoT payment solution
This series of roundtables looks at how to best deploy IoT payment solutions by putting the customer first. During the one hour session, you will the opportunity for peer-to-peer learning on the following three topics:
Robin Duke-Woolley, CEO, Beecham Research
Olena Kaplan, Senior Analyst, Beecham Research
An actual use case for blockchain: Asset tracking and payments
Jesus Ruiz, Head of Industry 4.0, Santander
Is the future for bricks and mortar the Amazon Go model?
The emergence of both online and mobile shopping has created a considerable threat to the traditional bricks and mortar store. Amazon Go’s unique use of IoT payments has revolutionised the payment process for shoppers, negating the need to queue up at tills. In this closing keynote we will be considering the value of employing IoT payment solutions in traditional bricks and mortar stores in order to establish whether Amazon Go is going to be a model for the future.