OPEN MINDS FOR OPEN FINANCE

WELCOME TO FINTECHTALENTS VIRTUAL OPEN FINANCE 2020

9th December (9 am GMT)

FinTECHTalents Open Finance - A Virtual-First Festival. 1000 online attendees + 200 Financial Institutions + A rockstar speaker lineup + Featuring live streamed & pre-recorded sessions. What are you waiting for?

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OPEN FINANCE 2020 SPEAKERS

Emma Maconick
Partner, Data Protection & Privacy
Shearman & Sterling
Nouamane Cherkaoui
CIO
Société Générale
Stefano Vaccino
Founder
Yapily
Dean Butler
Head of Digital Strategy
M&G
Louise Smith
Chief Digital Officer
Llloyd's
Kate Bohn
Innovation & Strategy - Incubator & Accelerator Lead
Lloyds Banking Group
Barnabas Reynolds
Partner, Financial Institutions Advisory and Global Head of Financial Services Industry Group
Shearman & Sterling
Ian Johnson
Managing Director, Europe
Marqeta
Pawel Szaja
Partner, Capital Markets
Shearman & Sterling
Chris Higham
Head of Open Banking
Virgin Money
Jorge Baiao
Executive Board Member & CIO
Crédito Agrícola
Cyril Chiche
Co-Founder & CEO
Lydia
Charlotte Hausemer
Vice President - Innovation & Product Development
BNP Paribas
Marc-Andre Schauwecker
Vice President, Senior Legal Counsel ICT, Legal Data Management; Diversity and Inclusion Council
Credit Suisse
Matt Cockayne
Chief Commercial Officer
Yapily
Clare Reilly
Chief Engagement Officer
PensionBee
Sorcha Lorimer
Chief Privacy & Risk Officer
Global Open Finance Centre of Excellence
Faith Reynolds
Consumer Representative
Open Banking Implementation Entity
Majeed Suleiman
FinTech Lead - Digital Ecosystems
AIB
Tom Carpenter
Director of Public Affairs & Marketing
Financial Data Exchange
Lana Abdullayeva
Strategic Adviser, Digital FS
Rita Martins
Digital Transformation Manager
HSBC
Nav Khan
Open Banking Product Manager
HSBC
Tanja Imamovic
Open API Business Owner/ Tribe Leader
Raiffeisen Bank International AG
Ghela Boskovich
Chapter Lead & Head of Europe
Financial Data & Technology Association
Lisa Moyle
Director of Strategy
VC INNOVATIONS

The future of finance is digital and most certainly more open. The journey to open banking may still be in its early stages but the plan is to accelerate and broaden that evolution. Open finance is coming whether through regulatory demand or market driven forces and the impact on the industry will be profound.

With a view towards improving the outcomes for consumers and businesses though more control over how their data is used and by whom, catalysing the creation of the next generation of products and services. Open finance must inform strategy decisions today for the future of all parts of the financial services sector.

Buckle up as we look at the present and future of the industry. Evaluate new business models and a fast-changing competitive landscape. Open your thinking to new partners and whole new ecosystems in a world of open finance.

1000 VIP Attendees

Rockstar Speaker Line-Up

200 Financial Institutions

100 Fintechs

Engaging Content Sessions

Live Interactive Networking

KEY THEMES

DEFINING OPEN FINANCE

What is the potential of an open data society? What are the desired outcomes and impact on competition, innovation, access to financial products/services and the universe of providers?

MAPPING OUT THE JOURNEY

With open banking still a work in progress, how is the move to open finance envisioned? Do regulators lead from the front or will the market determine the speed of expansion and the boundaries of open finance?


REGULATION AND TRUST

How can the end customer – consumers and businesses – trust providers and new entrants to best serve their interests and protect their data? What is the most effective way to ensure that customers are fully informed as to how their data is being used and by whom? Do current regulatory frameworks provide adequate protection in an increasing open world?

SECURITY AND COMPLIANCE

How can those that have access to and process customer data best be required to protect that information and ensure it is used in ethical manner? In the absence of an accepted identify framework, what is the best way to drive security and compliance with current rules.

OPEN ECOSYSTEMS

What are the opportunities that will come to the fore as the landscape becomes more open. What are the new partnerships and business models that will be poised to make the most of those new opportunities? How do established providers keep pace in an industry where open access becomes the norm?

THE GLOBAL VIEW

Not all countries are moving in the same direction or, indeed, moving at all. Will different approaches lead to a more fragmented industry across the world? What about questions of interoperability and standards – is collaboration across borders needed?

HOW TO MAXIMISE YOUR VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE

AGENDA


  • Will it be regulation or the market that accelerates progress? 
  • Who are the key players? 
  • New business models 
  • Standard APIs or let 1000 Flowers Bloom? 
  • An interactive session with Shearman & Sterling
  • Financing through state support? Will this continue?
  • M&A or IPO as exit for fintechs. Question of size in EU versus US and Asia
  • Market risk and the Ant Financial IPO case

A panel discussion on Protection & Privacy – a global view.

A panel discussion on Protecting, Educating and Supporting Consumers.

  • Adding Open Finance to the digital roadmap 
  • Educating internal stakeholders 
  • Embedding cultural change 
  • Providing the tools & the technologies 
  • Partners old and new 
  • Platforms  

  REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

In these difficult times we want to bring our community together and make distance irrelevant. Virtual festival tickets give you access to the exhibition area, content and networking sessions, and are free through the application process below. Together we are stronger!



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