22-24 MAY 2018
MADRID - IFEMA

Banking & Insurance Shapers

24/05/2018   15:30 - 16:15

Banking & Insurance

Room 1

Traditional powers are chasing customers and Fintech & Insurtech to keep their innovation speed fast enought to satisfy customers demands, like mobility.
New players hold key advantages over traditional institutions, such as freedom from historical tech restrictions and the fees associated with brick-and-mortar branches and in some countries loosed financial regulations that help Fintech & Insurtech flourish. Open Business is leap frogging to an unknown level with the new customer data access allowance.
Some questions answered in this debate will be:
Are newcomers a true threat to legacy companies?
Do customers hesitate to leave a well-known established institutions for a startup?
Are corporate investors increasing their investment in this arena becasue they foresee a brilliant and profitable future or only because incumbents try to bet on the most innovative startups?
Do new players offer better rates and lower fees to customers?
Do they provide more innovative tailored services that match their customers' needs?

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Moderator/Presenter

Joy Macknight

Deputy editor

The Banker

Speaker

Pablo Viguera

General Manager Spain

Revolut

François Derbaix

Co-Founder

Indexa Capital

Carlos Trevijano

Partner, Strategy and Financial sector for Management Consulting at KPMG Spain

KPMG

Francisco Sierra

General Manager Spain

N26

Almudena Román

Head of Retail Banking

ING Spain

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