Webinar: What does the future hold for “traditional” banking models?
With changing regulations, increased demand and market unrest, the banking industry is more complicated than ever.
Financial institutions have realised the necessity to change with the market. Major banks are now looking for agile and innovative solutions. They want to improve customer experience, speed up loan decisions and provide the best service for their customers but with the least amount of risk possible.
Banks and lending institutions across EMEA are speeding up digitalisation efforts. Some are finding success faster than others. Join us to explore the key factors that are driving growth for some of EMEA’s most innovative banks. You’ll learn what sets institutions apart from incumbent providers and how they are reinventing themselves from the ground up and looking at financial services in a new light.
- The ongoing impact of COVID-19 on banking innovation
- The changing regulatory environment across EMEA
- Shedding legacy approaches
- Operating like a tech company: a new breed of banks
Click here to join this free FinTech Futures webinar in partnership with Mambu on 15 October 2020 at 11am BST
Chief Customer Officer
Elliott Limb is Chief Commercial Officer for Mambu. With over 20 years in banking and fintech, Elliott has a deep understanding of the financial sector. He has held senior technology and business roles at large global and regional banks, business head roles within leading fintechs and has also run a global boutique consultancy focused on building digital banks and helping fintechs grow. At Mambu, Elliott has built a customer centric approach focused on working with the extended ecosystem to build flexible and scalable solutions for a broad range of banking customers.
Alex Hamilton is deputy editor at FinTech Futures. He has been reporting on the financial technology sector for more than five years across a variety of industry publications and has written extensively on digital transformation, cybersecurity, and enterprise technology. He holds a masters degree in ancient history from the University of Nottingham.