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Two weeks until RFi Group’s Global Digital Banking Conference

April 28, 2017

 

On 11th May 2017, global business intelligence and digital media provider RFi Group will present the Global Digital Banking Conference ‘Winning the Customer of the Future’ at Gibson Hall in London.

 

From London and around the world, key speakers include:

  • Jesse McWaters, World Economic Forum (NYC)

  • Sophie Bialaszewski, Lloyds Banking Group

  • Jarosław Mastalerz, mBank (Poland)

  • Francisco Lorca, Startupbootcamp FinTech

  • Susanne Chishti, CEO, FINTECH Circle

  • Ricky Knox, CEO and Co-founder, Tandem

  • Sigga Sigurdardottir, Santander

  • Simon Thompson, HSBC

  • Catherine McGrath, Barclays

  • David Brear, 11:FS

  • Edward Maslaveckas, Bud

  • Megan Caywood, Starling Bank

  • Akhil Doegar, DBS Bank (Singapore)

  • Nigel Verdon, Railsbank

For the Full Agenda – Click Here

 

RFi Group’s CEO, Charles Green explains “With an obvious consumer shift towards digital, together with significant movements in digital identity, AI and with PSD2 about to completely open up and disrupt the banking sector, being at the forefront of technological advancements and digital behaviours is more important than ever before. We are delighted to be able to bring the best FinTechs and bankers together on stage to share leading insights and case studies to the market.

 

What the Speakers Say

 

“Innovation is being talked about rapidly and repeatedly but we have seen precious little of it in banking. All bets are off and there are no sacred cows.” David Brear, 11:FS

“I think FS companies who don't believe that open banking has the potential to deliver material changes to the way consumers engage with financial services are at significant risk.” 

Catherine McGrath, Barclays

 

"The biggest barriers to innovation are the lack of fintech knowledge and an inward-looking, short-term company culture which rewards incremental improvements vs challenging the status quo.” 

Susanne Chishti, FINTECH Circle and Co-Editor of The FINTECH Book

 

“The absence of a robust and trusted architecture for digital identity remains a serious pain point for financial institutions and their clients; driving significant costs, poor user experience and the risk of identity theft and fraud.” 

Jesse McWaters, World Economic Forum

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