Prague, Czech Republic | 5-6 March 2020

Programme

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 DAY 1  Thursday 5th March 2020

REGISTRATION AND MORNING COFFEE

SESSION ONE

  ALL ABOARD! FILLING CAPABILITY GAPS WHILE SAILING THE INCREASINGLY COMPLEX LENDING ECOSYSTEM  

A structured industry turned into a variegated ecosystem that is becoming more and more diverse and populated day in, day out. Still, there is a lending transformation to keep up with: whether tech capabilities are to be upgraded, relationships with other players deepened or new customer segments and behaviours fully understood, one thing is clear: everybody still aspires to assimilate those very FinTech-attributes that sparked the credit revolution in the first place.

1   Assimilating successful FinTech traits into a licensed lender: how to rethink product offering and underwriting habits
TED SCHEIMAN  |  Partnership & Investment Unit Lead  |  Swedbank, Sweden

2  Collaboration for the win: leverage the ecosystem to scale up

Videoconference with ROSY ALAIA  |  CEO  |  Smartika, Italy

3  Building a full scale banking system for the future of lending within 3 years: how to excel in cooperation, automation and customer journey

MARTIN LÄNTS  |  Group CEO  |  Bigbank, Estonia

NETWORKING AND COFFEE BREAK

4  Leveraging the front-end and back-end integrations in modern loan origination systems

JAN HERIAN  |  Business Development Manager  |  ApPello, Hungary

PANEL DISCUSSION 1 The Roaring 20s of lending?

NETWORKING AND LUNCH BREAK

SESSION TWO

  AUTOMATE OR BE LATE: THE IMPACTS ON OPERATIONS AND COST SAVINGS BY THE NEW TOOLS ON THE BLOCK  

With lean FinTechs around, any inefficient lender is exposed more and more everyday. Advanced technologies and methodologies must be deployed in a smart way inside an organisation to stay profitable and sustainable. On a positive note, simplification and automation have already shown to impact margins positively and free up human resources from manual processes, giving possibilities to focus more on the development of value-added parts of the business.

How to revolutionise the lending portfolio for the micro-enterprises segment? The first Turkish case study

DIDEM AKARI  |  Agile Transformation Manager  |  Türkiye İş Bankası, Turkey

6  Optimising recoveries through analytics: from theory to practice

PANAYIS FOURNIOTIS PAVLATOS  |  Director of Intelligent Decisions  |  QUALCO, Greece

The end-to-end automation of unsecured loans that is here to stay: from KYC to disbursement in minutes

DUŠAN SLIMÁK  |  Head of Retail Loan Implementation & Methodology  |  Tatra Banka, Slovakia

NETWORKING AND COFFEE BREAK

The impacts of lending agile as part of the digital transformation

MARTIN PODOLÁK  |  Head of Loan Products & Processes  |  mBank, Czech Republic

 

PANEL DISCUSSION 2 Looking inwards for pools of productivity in a time of shrinking margins

NETWORKING WINE & BEER RECEPTION

DAY 2  |  Friday 6th March 2020

WELCOME BACK AND MORNING COFFEE

SESSION THREE

  THE GOOD TIMES OF DATA SHARING, THEIR LOW-HANGING FRUITS AND HOW TO TRANSFER VALUE BACK TO CUSTOMERS  

The lending value chain is more interactive than ever, criss-crossed by new chances for all parties to openly share information. However, the hunting-gathering of big chunks of clients' data is not the real challenge: making sense of what's already at one's fingertips is! On the back-end, AI, APIs and analytics empower hyperpersonalisation and better credit decisions. Yet, to make a difference, value must be then transferred on the front-end, with remarkable journeys, speed and a fair pricing more suitable to the borrower profile.

9  Winning the lending race

MINDAUGAS RUDYS  |  Head of Business Development  |  Šiaulių bankas, Lithuania

MICHAILAS TRAUBAS  |  Solution Architect  |  ETRONIKA, Lithuania

10 Implementation of APIs into lending strategies: thriving in competitive open banking environments

BARTEL BRAECKMAN  |  Business Innovation Manager Open Banking & Insurance  |  KBC, Belgium

11  Alternative lending for SMEs: an innovation that’s here to stay? Potential sources of sustainable competitive advantage

ALESSIO MARINELLI  |  CEO & Co-Founder  |  inFund, UK

NETWORKING AND COFFEE BREAK

12 How to keep your customers in a competitive market

ALBERT BERENDAHL  |  Head of Risk & Business Control  Ikano Bank, Sweden

PANEL DISCUSSION 3 A universe of data, a variety of lenders, but one and only goal: understand client's ability to repay

LUNCH BREAK WITH ROUND TABLE WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP RESULTS

SESSION FOUR

  READY WHERE AND WHEN CLIENTS ARE: NEW MARKET SLICES WITH INSTANT LENDING AND MOBILE CONNECTIVITY  

What links together younger generations inclined to originate loans straight from their smartphones, retailers eager to close more sales, and a tech-savvy lender? Connectivity and instant scoring enable today a chance for mobile lending to go mainstream, and to intercept the borrower right at the moment of purchase. In an effort to expand the customer base, lenders have new spaces where to deliver new propositions driven by seamless customer journeys and ease of use.

13 From traditional bureaucracy to best in class digital experience

IRINA CRISTINA GHEORGHE  |  Head of Digital Lending  |  BCR, Romania

14 Rethinking working capital financing in the new era of marketplaces

NIKOLAUS HILGENFELDT  |  CEO  |  Myos, Germany

 

PANEL DISCUSSION 4 Anticipating the customer needs and moves: new experiences to enhance and lend to more people

GOODBYE COFFEE BREAK

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