Power Panel: Digital Transformation: How Can Banks That Were Born Analogue Compete With Fintechs & Big Tech That Were Born Digital?

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Power Panel: Digital Transformation: How Can Banks That Were Born Analogue Compete With Fintechs & Big Tech That Were Born Digital?

Power Panel: Digital Transformation: How Can Banks That Were Born Analogue Compete With Fintechs & Big Tech That Were Born Digital?

About the speakers
  • Thea Loch
    Thea Loch
    Head of Change Optimisation at Lloyds Banking Group
    As Head of Group Optimisation, Thea is focussed on defining what the Bank of the Future means for Lloyds Banking Group and helping us align the portfolio of change to successfully to deliver it. Thea works across the multi-billion pound change portfolio to improve system conditions and flow across all our technology and change platforms and programmes. Thea is passionate about the future of work and making it, well, “work” - redesigning organisations so they bring out the best humanity and technology and fixing the problems that hold us back collectively. Prior to Lloyds, Thea worked at IBM for over a decade across a diverse portfolio of financial services projects in digital, payments, product launch, operating models and M&A. There she was also involved in emerging technology and fintech strategy and has brought that innovative mind-set with her alongside a passion and impatience to get to the best possible future.
  • Andrew Vorster
    Andrew Vorster
    CEO at Innovation Catalyst
    A familiar face in Financial Services, Andrew was the VP of Technology Research at Visa Europe for nearly a decade where he built a solid reputation as a passionate technologist, innovator and disruptor. Having spent over 35 years driving change and transformation across multiple industries, he now works with both established organisations and start-ups across the world as an Innovation Catalyst, showing them how to THINK and BE more innovative in everything they do by leveraging the range of possible futures fuelled, accelerated and enabled by technology. A regular advisor, mentor and commentator on Fintech, he spends a large amount of his time Horizon Scanning for the TIPS (Technologies, Innovations, Patents and Start-ups) behind the trends that are driving new business models and shaping consumer behaviour in the future. Social links:- Website – http://www.andrewvorster.com/ Twitter – @andrewvorster https://twitter.com/andrewvorster LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewvorster/ Instagram – @andrew.vorster https://www.instagram.com/andrew.vorster/
  • Christoffer Malmer
    Christoffer Malmer
    Head of SEBx at SEB
    Mr. Malmer joined SEB in 2011 as Head of Financial Institutions Coverage, before becoming a member of the Group Executive Committee as Head of the Wealth Management division in 2015. In 2016, he became Co-Head of the Corporate & Private Customers division within SEB. In April 2018 Mr. Malmer was appointed Head of the SEBx-project, a strategic initiative to explore new technologies and new customer offerings. SEBx recently launched it’s first product; UNQUO - the first card+app service to sort between work and life expenses. Prior to joining SEB, Mr. Malmer spent nine years at Goldman Sachs in London where he in 2007 was made Managing Director and head of the European Equity Research Team, covering Financial Institutions. In 2009, he moved back to Sweden and spent two years advising Arrowgrass Capital Partners on investments in Financial Institutions. Christoffer Malmer earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Business Administration at the University of Lund in 2000.
  • Daniele Coda
    Daniele Coda
    Global Director Product Marketing,Partnerships & Insights at N26
    Daniele is a payments and banking professional with over 15 years of experience in the retail banking space. He has worked in different product,marketing and business development roles across Europe and the US for names like American Express,Visa, HSBC,Nexi and now N26 where He oversees Product Marketing and Partnerships for all of N26’s markets.

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