David Birch, Søren Mogensen, Ģirts Bērziņš, Tony McLaughlin, Juan Jimenez Zaballos, Sibylle Strack, Valentina Kristensen
‘Together but apart’ might be the motto for the post-Covid-19 era. But what will it mean for business – and the business of banking?
Financial infrastructure provider Banking Circle and Euromoney are hosting a webinar to debate the challenges of this new world, hosted by author, advisor and commentator on digital financial services, David Birch.
We’re bringing together a group of incumbent and challenger banks for a live debate on life after Covid-19 and looking at the role of banking in a ‘digital-most’ economy, making an appraisal of what stands before us as banking looks to emerge stronger in the decade ahead.
David Birch, Director, 15Mb
Søren Mogensen, Head of Business Management and Growth, Banking Circle
Tony McLaughlin, Managing Director, Transaction Banking, Citi
Ģirts Bērziņš, Head of Digital Innovation and Strategy, Digital Banking, Swedbank
Juan Jimenez Zaballos, Head of Financial Industry Transformation, Santander Digital
Sibylle Strack, CEO, Kontist
Valentina Kristensen, Director for Growth & Communications, OakNorth
Some of the questions that will be debated include:
●Goliath v David: Will incumbents outperform innovators this time round?
●Re-thinking banking: What does fitness mean for banking in the new world? How do we thrive, not dive, after Covid-19?
●Dynamic environments: Where are the opportunities, and what do they mean for organizational economics?
●Getting close to ‘digit-all’: Who’s being served? With more customers online, who’s being left out and how do we serve them? Do we understand those outside the norm yet?
Well-known technology industry expert and director of 15Mb, David Birch, will be taking questions before and during the panel, and adding his own sharp observations on the bend in the road ahead.