Prague, Czech Republic | 15-16 March 2018

Programme

All presentations, panel discussions and co-events organised into a single track, so you won't miss anything.

SESSION ONE

  UNDERSTAND THE DIGITAL LENDING LANDSCAPE AND SHAPE YOUR NEXT MOVES  

Banks need to accelerate investments in digital lending if they intend to avoid a material decline in profits and losses in market share. Leading banks have already started to invest in creating better customer experiences, making it easier to apply for their offers, removing bad and avoidable interactions from the branch and contact centres, and implementing a more agile operating model. These investments have paid off with faster, better and cheaper lending processes.

1   Key factors behind the slow progress in digitalising the lending process: how to gain momentum

ROXANA CRISTEA  |  Head of Lending Business Area  |  ING Bank, Romania

2  Shaping and accelerating the next wave of investments

KRZYSZTOF WOJCIECHOWSKI  |  Head of Consumer Lending Strategy  |  mBank, Poland

3  Acquisition, competition or partnership? The change in transaction banking landscape and what value it brings

VIKTOR GREGUREK  |  Product Owner API Platform  |  Nordea Open Banking, Finland

NETWORKING AND COFFEE BREAK

4  Using 21st century technology in retail lending

GÁBOR GYŐRFI  |  Regional Sales Director  |  Loxon Solutions, Hungary

PANEL DISCUSSION Open banking: opportunities for new entrants and challenges for existing providers to raise their game

NETWORKING AND LUNCH BREAK

SESSION TWO

  LEVERAGING BEHAVIOURAL ANALYTICS TO REDUCE THE RISK WHILE FACILITATING ACCESS TO CREDIT  

Although the amount of data available to lenders drastically increased over the years, their underwriting techniques did not keep pace with changing times. A holistic approach gives you the complete picture of potential borrowers and significantly improves your ability to predict loan defaults as you’re enlarging your customer portfolio.

5  Trust services for lending digital transformation

PAOLO MADELLA  |  International Sales Manager  |  InfoCert, Italy

The rise of alternative data in the lending market

VENKAT SRINIVASAN  |  Head of Lending  |  Monzo Bank, UK

NETWORKING AND COFFEE BREAK

An insight into the increased use of scorecards through advanced analytics

SØREN TOPP STOCKMANN  |  Senior Vice President, Retail Credit Analytics  |  Danske Bank, Denmark

Computer vision, AI and risk assessment

BOAZ AVIV  |  Co-Founder & CTO  |  Blender, Israel

PANEL DISCUSSION The use of machine learning and advanced analytics in lending optimisation

COCKTAIL RECEPTION

SESSION THREE

  MANAGE CONSUMER AND SME LENDING IN A COST-EFFECTIVE WAY AND CREATE AN IMPROVED BORROWER EXPERIENCE  

Sound decision making and speed are crucial in the lending business: with both revenues and profit margins being squeezed, every customer contact must produce the best possible return. However, banks often struggle to lend to both individuals with no credit history and SMEs, a big part of their customer base: what's the reason? Here you’ll discuss how to automate and consolidate the lending processes so you can boost your efficiency and reduce transaction costs. It is paramount, at the same time, to provide excellent customer value and minimise organisational risk.
 

9  Digitalisation of mortgage lending

JÁNOS HOÓS  |  Chief Consulting Officer  |  ApPello, Hungary

10 Why banks struggle with small business lending and how to fix it

JOOST BROUWER  |  Co-founder and Director of Product Management  |  New10, Netherlands

11  Influencing risk by influencing behaviour: how gamification in consumer lending can lead to better outcomes for borrowers and lenders

CHRIS GREENO  |  CIO  |  Oakam, UK

NETWORKING AND COFFEE BREAK

12  How Lending-as-a-Service empowers better credit at scale

ANDRÉ ACHTSTAETTER  |  SVP Business Division Europe  |  Kreditech, Germany

PANEL DISCUSSION The opportunities of P2P lending referral market and the reputational impact on banks

LUNCH BREAK WITH ROUND TABLE WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP RESULTS

SESSION FOUR

  MPLs  AND BANKS: COMPLEMENTARY MODELS  

Expectations are changing and consumers are increasingly open to test new providers, even for services where trust is strongly required: this is creating ideal conditions for technology-enabled entrants to challenge the integrated banking model. We discuss how Marketplace lenders (MPLs) are disrupting lending, a key profit-generating activity of commercial banks, and how the latter should view MPLs as complementary to their model instead of mainstream competitors. Understand how banks can elaborate a wide range of options for enhancing their overall customer proposition by partnering with MPLs.

13 MPLs as complementary to the core banking model: options for enhancing the overall customer proposition

OLGA DAVYDOVA  |  Public Relations Manager  |  Robocash, Latvia

14 Folkonomics: a formula for local prosperity?

GILES CROSS  |  CEO  |  Folk2Folk, UK

 

PANEL DISCUSSION The MPL user experience as a means of differentiation from banks: a long-lasting source of competitive advantage?

GOODBYE COFFEE BREAK

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