Emerging Trends in Financial Services: IoT, AI, and Blockchain
The world of money is constantly changing. Artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things have helped us extract more value from data and utilise it to provide a better service for customers. Leveraging the powerful blockchain technology has resulted in the creation of new financial ecosystems.
Join this video panel which will be livestreamed from Money 20/20 Europe where industry experts will cover:
-Hyperledger in banking: opportunities and challenges
-Blockchain and AI: separating hype from reality, proofs of concept examples
-Using emerging technologies for improved regulatory compliance
-Developing connected devices for the Financial Services industry
Wincie Wong, Head of Digital Propositions, RBS
Mark Baker, Cloud Product Manager, Canonical
Vivek Bajaj, Global VP, Watson Financial Services Solutions, IBM
John Erik Setsaas, Identity Architect at Signicat
RecordedJun 5 201855 mins
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Are you capturing your fair share of the U$2 Trillion Global Commercial Banking Market?
In this talk, Author of Banking 2020 Mark Swain and Tony Craddock, Director General of Emerging Payments Association discuss who is currently making the money in Commercial Banking and discuss who is likely to be making it in the future.
Susanne Chishti, FINTECH Circle | Luca Romagnoli, Salesforce | Sune Gabelgård, Nets| Philip Pointner, Jumio| Paul Hamilton
Data is the new oil. How can financial services organisations use data to revolutionise their offerings and provide a better customer experience?
Join this panel to find out:
- How can banks help customers put their data to good use? What have we learned from Open Banking and PSD2?
- How can AI and predictive intelligence be used to avoid risks and provide a more seamless experience?
- Challenges with data management and aggregation and how to solve them
- How data analytics is impacting financial services
Susanne Chishti, Founder of FINTECH Circle
Luca Romagnoli, Director of Regulated Industries at Salesforce
Sune Gabelgård, Head of Digital Fraud, Intelligence & Research, Nets
Philip Pointner, Chief Product Officer, Jumio
Paul Hamilton, Innovation and FS Expert, PA Consulting
Gabrielle Inzirillo, Plug And Play Ventures | Jane Loginova, BPC | Megan Caywood, Barclays | Scott Johnson, Western Union
What does the bank of the future look like? What are the opportunities and challenges that technology brings to the payments ecosystem?
Join this panel where the speakers will discuss:
-How can data make banking more effective for the modern-day consumer?
-What are the latest trends in new payments platforms and models?
-How are different industries like eCommerce, retail, and insurance affected?
-What are the effects of GDPR and Open Banking?
-What does connected financial services look like?
-The security pitfalls that financial institutions need to look out for
Gabrielle Inzirillo, Director, Fintech, Plug And Play Ventures
Jane Loginova, Global Commercial Officer, BPC |
Megan Caywood, MD, Global Head of Digital Strategy, Barclays
Scott Johnson, Head of Product Innovation and Development, Western Union
Join Peter Theunis, Managing Director Europe at BPC, to discover why ecosystems are taking center stage in today's payments industry. What defines an ecosystem and what different types of ecosystems do we see? How is technology facilitating the creation of meaningful digital solutions that fit right into people's lives? How do you deliver on the promise and what lessons can be learned from the field?
The way we signal who we are online is changing. With data breaches happening daily, fraud becoming more sophisticated and new tech coming to the market, it’s time we re-imagine the way we verify identity. So where are we now – and what looks set to change over the next five years?
Join this session with Husayn Kassai, CEO and co-founder of Onfido, to learn about:
- How new technology, regulations and risks have brought us to the current state of identity
- The different approaches being used by financial services – and why they need to change
- The businesses challenges better iIDV can solve, including streamlined compliance, increased onboarding and better UX
- What good looks like, and the factors to consider when building your risk-based approach
- Emerging identity models, and how we’ll use them in the future.
Joshua Bower-Saul | Andy Ramsden, G+D Mobile Security | Nicolas Mudadri, Stream Mind | Ruth Wandhöfer, Gauss Ventures
The Financial Services industry has a big target on its back when it comes to attacks by cyber criminals. How can financial institutions keep precious customer data safe whilst utilising technology to equip themselves with the tools to prevent fraud and financial crime?
Join this panel to hear:
- Lessons learned from recent breaches and hacks
- AI-powered strategies to protect your financial institution
- The unique security challenges of incumbent organisations vs. FinTechs
- Best practices to fight fraud and financial crime
Joshua Bower-Saul, CEO, Cybertonica
Andy Ramsden, Global Solution Sales Lead – Mobile Authentication, G+D Mobile Security GmbH
Nicolas Muhadri, CEO, Stream Mind
Ruth Wandhöfer, Partner, Gauss Ventures
John Erik Setsaas, VP of Identity and Innovation, Signicat
Tune in and hear John Erik Setsaas, VP of Identity and Innovation at Signicat, live from Money2020 in Amsterdam. John Erik will be discussing his perspective on digitally onboarding customers, the potential loss of customers during the process and how to tackle these challenges.
John Erik will also share his thoughts on where and how the unique advantages of Signicat fit in.
Andy Ramsden, Global Solution Sales Lead – Mobile Authentication, G+D Mobile Security GmbH
New banking technology is driven by customer expectations around user experience and changes in customer behaviour. But new technology, and at the end of the day shift of banking channels, evolving new opportunities for business growth, of which frictionless security is an essential cornerstone.
Placing the customer first allows financial service providers to discover new ways to surprise and delight their customers in order to create loyalty and stickiness.
In this talk, G+D’s Mobile Authentication expert Andy Ramsden, will give you insights on how you can (r)evolutionise your digital transformation using a customer-centric approach. Andy will give you hard facts as well as present use cases, and share best practices on compliant two-factor authentication which will enable state-of-the-art customer experience when paying on the fly, using biometrics.
Louise Beaumont (techUK) | Wincie Wong (RBS) | Nilixa Devlukia (Open Banking) | Emma Steeley, AccountScore
The panel will discuss how open banking technology is leading to the development of new products and services specifically designed to meet consumer needs. As consumers now control their data, they also have the ability to truly control their finances for the first time. As a result, banks are having to rethink their business models to adapt to this new innovation. Consequently, the financial services landscape is changing – at pace.
It’s less than 18 months since OBIE launched open banking in the UK – what is progress to date and what does the future look like? Are consumers beginning to benefit from the innovations yet? What are the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead? How has the financial services sector responded and will survival depend on using the technology as an enabler of innovation?
Join us for what will prove to be a lively and informative discussion on the transformative impact open banking is having, and will continue to have, on banking. From consumers through to banks – we are in a new era since open banking technology was launched and the future of financial services is changed forever.
Louise Beaumont (techUK)
Nilixa Devlukia, Head of Regulatory, Open Banking
Emma Steeley, CEO, AccountScore
Wincie Wong, Head of Innovation for Supply Chain Services, RBS
Allard Keuter, Dutch Payments Association | Husayn Kassai, Onfido | Phil Doyle, Clear Bank
Organisations are often challenged with finding the right balance between innovating and staying secure. How are cutting-edge advancements revolutionising the way we look at identity and authentication?
Join the panel to hear about:
-Understanding the digital identity landscape
-How to avoid drop-off during the verification process
-How developments like biometrics, AI, blockchain can impact identity and data management
-How to adapt and respond to new regulations like PSD2, Open Banking, and GDPR
Panel moderated by: Allard Keuter, Dutch Payments Association
Husayn Kassai, CEO & Founder, Onfido
Phil Doyle, Head of Financial Crime, Clear Bank
Claudia Bate, FleishmanHillard Fishburn | Melinda Roylett, Square | Daniel Kornitzer, Paysafe | Dan Rawlings, Trustonic
What does the future of connected commerce look like? The changing need of the customer has meant that the shopping experience is changing and merchants, retailers, and payments companies need to future-proof their offerings.
Join this panel to discover:
-Current landscape and trends in the commerce industry
-How can AI revolutionise the customer experience and help organisations evolve?
-From PoS to multi-channel platforms, how can you provide a frictionless customer experience?
-What are the risk and compliance challenges that need to be at top-of-mind?
-How can we proactively prevent fraud rather than react when the damage has been done?
Claudia Bate, Head of Technology, Director and Partner, FleishmanHillard Fishburn
Melinda Roylett, Head of Europe at Square
Daniel Kornitzer, Chief Business Development Officer, Paysafe
Dan Rawlings, Chief Commercial Officer, Trustonic
Davi Parker, Polymath Consulting | Travers Clarke-Walker, Thought Machine | Yuelin Li, Onfido | Brendan Jones | Konsentus
With Europe's biggest FinTech and Financial Services coming up in just a few weeks, we've gathered some of the elite speakers who will be taking the stage and debating on the hottest topics and the biggest challenges that the Financial Services world is currently facing.
What will they be talking about in Amsterdam, what do they want to hear about, what are they looking forward to?
* Some topics to be covered:
* Game-changing innovation models in financial service
* Commercial models, value chains and M&A activity
* Interoperable tech - AI+Cloud+Blockchain+Quantum Computing
* Cutting through the hype of PSD2 and open banking
* The death of the industry verticals in financial services and commerce
David Parker, CEO Polymath Consulting
Travers Clarke-Walker, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Thought Machine
Yuelin Li, VP of Strategy, Onfido
Brendan Jones, Konsentus
Pat Patel, Money20/20 | Dr Leda Glyptis, 11:FS | Drew Graham, Fintech Strategy | Megan Caywood, Barclays
Innovation has quickly become an overused and distorted word. At Money20/20 Europe expect to cut through the hype, explore what measurements we can use to benchmark innovation and get to the heart of sustainable and commercial step change. A key question which has moved back up the C-Level agenda of established; banks, tech companies and payments companies is:
"How can incumbents deliver meaningful game-changing innovation?"
There are three options available for incumbents, and at Money20/20 Europe we’ll be developing deeper into each one:
1. Can organisations transform their cultures to execute true innovation internally within their organisations? (cultural transformation)
2. Perhaps tech transformation is the way forward, partnering or acquisitions to do so?
3. Or do they need to achieve business model transformation by building something entirely new outside of the organisation?
These options are being heavily debated in boardrooms throughout Europe, with a number of high profile banks recently announcing plans to build brand new subsidiaries. Some of the traditional banks, payments and tech companies are pursuing a few or all of the options while others are sitting on the fence. Which is most effective and why? What are the dynamics at play that determine success for different types of companies? Hear from the leading companies in our industry as they share their incisive insight on the successes but also the failures and the lessons learned.
Dr Leda Glyptis, Chief of Staff, 11:FS
Drew Graham, Fintech Strategy
Megan Caywood, Managing Director, Global Head of Digital Strategy, Barclays
Hosted by Pat Patel, Global Content Director, Money20/20
Ask the expert session with Mark Baker from Canonical from Money20/20
-How do you solve the issue in FS where IT budget is used to keep in legacy systems therefore starting new thing is slow and it's hard to attract talent on old systems VS go outside to get something expensive and not always differentiating
-What are some of the challenges with creating a devops culture in Financial Services?
-How do you encourage your clients to adopt a Multicloud approach?
-AI is one of the biggest trends in FinTech over the past few months. Do you think FIs are getting to grips with it successfully, or do you see areas they can improve on?
Eduard Khatkutov and Marijke Koninckx, BPC Banking Technologies, with Ade Adeleke, BrightTALK
Ask the experts session with BPC Banking Technologies from Money20/20 Europe.
Even though the technology seems to be getting all the attention, we are still very much part of an industry where everything starts from real life needs. Over the last years, payments and business transactions are increasingly converging into digital services. This raises some interesting questions on how to bridge real life to digital and create relevant products for customers. But are isolated solutions still fit for purpose or will the future all revolve around marketplaces and ecosystems? And what technologies enable this evolution? BPC Banking Technologies will be discussing what the journey towards a digital payments ecosystem looks like.
Louise Beaumont - Strategic Advisor, Open Futures - Publicis.Sapient
-What is databloom?
-How can data from open banking be used to discover new services for customers?
-Why should design thinking be used to deliver hyper-personalised services?
-Why do you enjoy coming to Money 20/20 Europe?
-What do people often get wrong about the Open Future– what is it and what is it not?
Bringing together the entire financial services industry. 3-5 June, Amsterdam. Be inspired, meet your next business partners & discuss the future of money. 9 Stages. 2000+ Companies. 82+ Countries. 1300+ CEOs. 6000+ Attendees. 490+ Speakers. 85+ Hours of Content.
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