Future Banking

Future Banking

The Future of Banking agenda focused on on Paris on 10th March 2016:
The new digital environment as well as a tough regulatory climate force the financial industry to adapt its business model in order to meet the demands of investors, regulators and customers. Meet 150+ banking industry representatives, government officials, innovators and business leaders to discover what the bank of the future will look like. In the wake of the global financial crisis, the industry must develop a clear vision of tomorrow’s banks. Lots of innovation and investment will be needed. Delegates will have the opportunity to debate what the future holds with experts in economics, finance and technology and build an informed view about where the industry is headed.

Day 1 Thursday March 10th
Chair’s opening remarks
Edward McBride
Edward McBride
Finance Editor, The Economist
Single Supervisory Mechanism: Creating a level-playing field for European banks?
Andreas Dombret
Member of the Executive Board, Deutsche Bundesbank

Margaret Doyle
Partner, Insights, Deloitte
Luigi Federico Signorini
Member of the Governing Board and Deputy Governor, Banca ’Italia

Jordi Gual
Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Economist, CaixaBank; Professor of Economics, IESE Business School
Keynote panel session: All things to all (wo)men? Constructing the ideal business model in the eyes of the regulator, investor and consumer

Philippe Bordenave
Chief Operating Officer, BNP Paribas

Séverin Cabannes
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Société Générale

Koos Timmermans
Vice-chairman ING Bank, ING Group

Baroness Shriti Vadera
Non-Executive Chairman, Santander UK

Chris Dunne
Director of Market Development and Industry Relations, VocaLink
Networking and refreshments
Panel session: The big retreat? Balkanisation v globalisation

Angelos Deftereos
Senior Underwriter, Operational Risk, XL Catlin

Bob Diamond
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Atlas Merchant Capital

Douglas Elliott
Partner, Oliver Wyman

Patrick Foley
Chief Economist, Lloyds Banking Group

Josep Oliu
Executive Chairman, Banco Sabadell
Panel session: Revolutionising banking – are banks losing their grip?

Matthias Kröner
Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Fidor Bank

Teppo Paavola
Chief Development Officer and General Manager of New Digital Business, BBVA

Ben Robinson
Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer, Temenos

Maximilian Tayenthal
Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer, NUMBER26
Panel session: The new disrupters – Re-writing the rules of finance

Jacob de Geer
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, iZettle

Alexander Graubner – Müller
Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer , Kreditech

Taavet Hinrikus
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, TransferWise

Nick Hungerford
Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Nutmeg

Darren Westlake
Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder, Crowdcube
The Capital Markets Union – feeding the real economy by creating a vibrant and active capital market

Commissioner Jonathan Hill
European Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union, European Commission
Networking and refreshments
Quickfire predictions: What’s next in the FinTech space? Where are investors putting their money? How do you start digital re-invention? Which innovations are coming up next?

Susanne Chishti
Chief Executive Officer, FinTech Circle

David Harvey
Principal Consultant, Banking and Securities Practice Dell Services

Sean Park
Founder, Chairman and Chief Investment Officer, Anthemis Group SA

Radboud Vlaar
Co-Founder and Partner, Orange Growth Capital
Panel session: Cultural Transformation and Sustainable Performance – Organising the banking workforce for the future

Alison Cottrell
Chief Executive Officer, Banking Standards Board

Mary O’Connor
Head of Financial Lines and Global Head of Financial Institutions Industry, Willis Towers Watson
About Alison Cottrell

Alison Cottrell is Chief Executive Officer of the Banking Standards Board; a new, independent body established following Sir Richard Lambert’s Banking Standards Review to drive up standards of behaviour and competence in the banking sector. Ms Cottrell began her career in the City as an economist covering international fixed income and currency markets. She joined HM Treasury in 2001, becoming director of financial services in 2009 with responsibility for a wide range of policy areas including bank lending, payments, competition and pensions guidance, and combined this role for three years with that of director of corporate services, focusing on staff development and culture.
Chair’s closing remarks
Edward McBride
Finance Editor, The Economist

• The EU Capital Market Union: what will a harmonised market look like and how will impediments to this ambitious initiative be resolved?
• Creating a sustainable and scalable business model which meets the increasing demands of investors and regulators
• The Single Supervisory Mechanism: accountability, structure, reporting and progress
• Disruption and technology: how can traditional and new entrants keep up with the exponential pace of tech in the industry and the digitally native customer?
• New developments in fintech: entrants, established players and venture capitalists discuss what’s next
• International banking: are banks retreating into home markets and fragmenting along national lines? What geographical markets represent the best opportunities?
• Cultural transformation: what are leaders doing to change the bank’s structure and culture from top to bottom to regain trust, mitigate risk and bolster productivity.

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