The Banking Scene Afterwork

Bank of the Future: Delivering digital banking services to customers, in a human and connected way

This session is in partnership with Salesforce, where we will investigate how to deliver digital services to customers, in a human and connected way and how this will drive more revenue and customer loyalty for banks in the future.

The talk is based on a study that both companies recently published.

The first confirmed speaker is Cyril Cymbler, Head of Financial Services Industry Advisors - EMEA, Salesforce.

More speakers will be announced soon.

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About our Special Guest

Cyril Cymbler: Previously international senior executive with more than 16 years’ experience in the Banking Industry, Cyril is a graduate with master’s degrees in management, Strategy & Marketing from several business schools and universities in Europe. Multilingual communicator, he spent 16 years at BNP Paribas, 10 as an expatriate in several countries in Europe, but also Caribbean and 6 in France.

Cyril joined Salesforce Financial Services team as a Senior Director covering part of EMEA last year, to leverage his experience in International banking network management, Products engineering & digital projects leadership to provide our customers and teams a tailor-made transformation strategy.