CRUX BankingTech Digital Day – 14 July 2020
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Be in the know of the latest developments, expertise and thought leadership on what’s shaping the banking and financial services technology industry of today and what awaits it tomorrow with the CRUX BankingTech Digital Day.
CRUX BankingTech Digital Day took place on Tuesday, 14 July 2020.
Our digital days are open and free for everyone. Listen to the expert commentary and pose questions to the banking tech and fintech experts, watch the videos, attend the webinars, read the news, special reports and white papers – all at your own convenience and from any location.
Agenda & topics
CRUX BankingTech Digital Day
The journey to the future of banking – trends, innovations and challenges
- Finding the holy grail of customer centricity in banking services
- Software and solutions for the bank of today and tomorrow, front to back office
- Digital transformation pain-points and how to resolve them
- Creating partnership models between banks and fintechs that really work
- Open banking and marketplace banking – the latest trends and happenings
- Effectively fighting financial crime and fraud, and the latest cybersecurity initiatives
- What’s next in the light of COVID-19 developments and market impact
Interview: Dan Makoski, Lloyds Banking Group – grand designs
"Design, like technology, is a strategic superpower that can be used to do incredibly bold things."
Exclusive interview: looking beyond the horizon
Fintech Futures talks exclusively to Nationwide's channel service director, Carole Layzell.
UK challenger banks: who’s who (and what’s their tech)
A comprehensive list of the known UK bank challengers to date and the technology they are using.
US challenger banks: who’s who and what’s their tech
A comprehensive list of challenger banks and banking services in the US and the tech they are using.
Be Money looks to tap America’s 11m LGBT+ community
The start-up is planning to set up shop in Los Angeles.
A dose of Hegel, banking edition
False dichotomies – either fighting them or succumbing to them to get things moving, things done, to get people on...
Is your bank rotten to the core?
In banking, a legacy product core based on old technology can’t simply be modified.
Open banking: where you at?
There is still more to do, a lot more, and it heavily relies on banks’ cooperation.
Is the future of banking not open but closed?
Europe and USA have to create their own ecosystems to compete with the East.
How 5G will revolutionise consumer banking
When 5G is part of our nationwide infrastructure, it will transform products and services.
What the Fintech? Episode 9 | Open banking: entering the mainstream
Coconut CEO, Sam O’Connor, shares his insight on the Plaid and Finicity acquisitions.
Why UK challenger banks haven’t taken on the insurance market
“The insurance community is not necessarily responsive to change," says insurtech CEO.
Liquidity risk COVID-19: big vs small data
Banks must be prepared to perform deep due diligence on their credit lines and loan books.
Banking on the cloud in the face of COVID-19 and beyond
How is it already aiding savvy banks and their fintech counterparts?
Payment Systems Regulator names Ruth Wandhöfer as new chair
Wandhöfer replaces Stephen Locke at the payments regulator.
NAB poaches outgoing RBS exec Matheson as new COO
Les Matheson returns to Australia after an early career in the country.
UniCredit CEO to step down in 2021
Jean Pierre Mustier calls it quits after butting heads with board.
Alpha Bank appoints new COO in Stefanos Mytilineos
Greece’s second-largest bank shifts things around at the top.
Web Summit 2020: A fintech summary
Stripe is looking at products around digital identity.
West Bromwich Building Society launches mobile app with Unisys
West Brom to deploy Elevate system underpinning new customer services.
CFTC marks 2020 as record year for penalties issued
US regulator issued a record number of notices this year, even as fines remain roughly the same
Sber partners with JP Morgan to pilot digital currency in 2021
Russia announced its new cryptocurrency law this year.
UK central bank unveils Islamic finance liquidity alternative
The central bank will run tests in early 2021.
African American Credit Union Coalition signs partnership with Fiserv
Fiserv to identify research and technology needs of AACUC members.