The Banking Scene Afterwork

Bank of the Future: Vision by International Banking Federation

The first speaker for the second theme (Bank of the Future) is Hedwige Nuyens, Managing Director of the International Banking Federation.

Together with her, we will investigate the future landscape of our banks, the possible impact of Bigtech and COVID-19 and the scenarios for them to remain relevant actors in society in the future.

Some of the questions we will discuss with Hedwige are:

  • How did COVID-19 impact our industry?
  • What are the possible directions of Bigtech in the banking sector?
  • How can community and savings banks make a difference compared to global institutions?
  • Online vs branches: how will this evolve in the coming years?
  • ...


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About our special guest

Hedwige Nuyens has more than 30 years of experience in the Banking Industry and in Finance.

She currently heads the International Banking Federation representing the banking industry at international level. The International Banking Federation (IBFed) includes all the major national banking associations (United States, European Union, Japan, Australia, Canada, South Africa, China, Brazil, India and Korea) covering more than 95% of the banking industry. Hedwige leads the IBFed's policy advocacy, contributing to increasing the effectiveness of the financial services industry's response to the multilateral and national government issues affecting their common interests.

Previously she was Head of Group Prudential Affairs within BNP Paribas, CFO of the Catholic University Louvain and CRO of ABN Amro Bank in Belgium.

Hedwige holds a Faculty of Law and a Master Financial Sciences from the Catholic University Louvain and a Master in Business Administration and Finance from the EHSAL Brussels.