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– The Next Generation Of Digital Universal Banks Or An Ecosystem Of Niche Players?
How can banks turn compliance requirements into offensive renewals? What online tools, customer experiences and services can make the future of digital universal banks being the customer’s choice? Or will the new ecosytem of the niche players’ fulfill more and more needs?
How will the new alliances look like – who will be charged for what, how will it be charged and by whom?
In short; how will the future of Nordic ecosystems look like in banking and insurance. Meet our thinkers and listen to how they see the ecosystem of the future of banking and finance and the digital possibilities to win the future customers.
Deputy Head of Digital Banking, Nordea
Michał is a globally recognized leader in area of digital financial services and digital transformation. At Nordea he co-leads efforts of Digital Banking group aimed at creating modern digital experiences across Nordea’s mobile and online channels for its 10.5 million of household and corporate segment customers. The 400+ team unifies areas and professions needed to vision, plan, develop, launch, communicate, commercialize and operate digital touch-points across the Nordics.
Prior to Nordea, Michal was Managing Director for Products, Marketing & Digital at mBank – a major bank in Poland with 4.4 million customers, where he won 14 global innovation awards in 2013-2015, including Efma Most Disruptive Innovation, Celent Model Bank and Finovate Best of Show and numerous endorsements by Forrester Research, TechCrunch, Financial Times and Wall Street Journal. He is a graduate of MBA Program at Harvard Business School, specializing in technology and innovation management, and Master of Arts in Finance & Banking at Warsaw School of Economics.
CEO/Co-Founder, Visi Finance, part of Söderberg & Partners Group
Mårten is a civil engineer from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and has extensive experience from leading positions in technology and services company like Ericsson, Adacra and Modul 1. In his role as founder and CEO of the subsidiary Visi Finance, Mårten has the driving role behind the development of Söderberg & Partners’ platform for digital consulting .
Chief Commercial Officer, Trustly
Johan Nord, formerly a Director at Société Générale Corporate and Investment banking department, was appointed as the new Chief Commercial Officer for Trustly in July 2015. Johan has 10 years of international experience in strategy consulting, private equity and banking, focusing on Nordic and UK financial services sectors.
Johan holds an MBA from INSEAD where he was recipient of Tekn. Dr. Marcus Wallenberg Scholarship for International Enterprise studies. He has a M.Sc. in Business and Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics.
Head – Banking and Financial Services, Cognizant Nordics
Arun heads Banking and Financial Services business for Cognizant in the Nordics. As the business lead, he is responsible among others for client relationships and business development in the region. Arun joined Cognizant in 1996 and has worked in leadership roles with BFS clients for the last 10 years. He specialises in building long-term, value-based strategic relationships as he has done with a US-based global Asset Servicing and Asset Management Institution and more recently with a Switzerland based Global Wealth Management firm. Arun has experience in the areas of Corporate Banking and Capital Markets.
Mårten Sundling, CEO/Co-Founder, Visi Finance, part of Söderberg & Partners Group
How can automated and digital consultancy strengthen the customer relationship? And how does the personal consulting relationship give added value when technology takes care of the heavy job? Listen to Mårten Sundling, the brain behind the iRåd – Söderberg & Partners platform for automated consulting – and how it has changed the advisor’s role, developing customer relationships and increased efficiency. An inside story of creating win-win.
Michał Panowicz, Deputy Head of Digital Banking, Nordea
The digital opportunities have now reached enough critical mass to reshape banking and financial services. What will this mean for the future of retail banking? What will be the requirements of the new digital suite, of new ways of working and of the ability to drive change? What do the European and global examples tell us: will the “new banks” actually be banks? Listen to Michal Panowicz’ insightful conclusions and his view of what will be required of a retail bank to keep winning customers’ preferences in this new digital era.
Johan Nord, Chief Commercial Officer, Trustly
How can new solutions linked to the bank account create added value for the customer? What are the current and future solutions linked to the account? How will tomorrow’s new partnerships in the banking industry and the Fintech market look like. Listen to Johan Nord and Trustly’s international journey with the bank account as a hub.
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