HOW DO YOU SOLVE A PROBLEM LIKE SME BANKING

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The small to medium sized enterprise market is quite diverse, making SMEs hard to classify. That puts these companies in the ‘risky and complex’ category by banks. Many banks make do with an enhanced retail bank offering or a ‘lite’ version of their corporate offerings — both versions tend to fall short of meeting SME needs. Legacy systems inside banks can also make it difficult to shift customer accounts from one product set to another if an SME is initially put in the ‘retail portfolio’ at the bank.

When: 11 July 2019

Where: Somerset House, London

Hear from:

• Paul Loberman, Global Head of Streamlining and Automation at HSBC - Previously, Global Head of Digital - Retail Business Banking at HSBC

• Gergely Tyukodi, MD, OTP eBiz

• Katalin Kauzil, co-founder and CEO, Charlie India

Our informal talks will focus on how innovation in SME banking can serve as a pilot for a bank’s digital transformation and how technical cooperation and collaboration can help banks provide better services to their small and medium sized corporate clients.

Spaces are limited, so please register your interest now. We will confirm your attendance at the roundtable closer to the date.

Agenda:

• 8:15am     Arrival
• 8:30am    Hot and Cold Buffet style breakfast served
• 8:45am    Welcome and talks begin
• 9:15am     Moderated Roundtable starts
• 10:30am  Breakfast Roundtable ends

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