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The Banking Scene Luxembourg


We simply can't wait for the annual Benelux conference to ignite discussions on the future of banking in Luxembourg.

It's great to inform you that on , we will gather at the Chambre du Commerce for a "boutique" conference. This first edition is an important rendez-vous for the Luxembourg private and wealth market.

Throughout the conference you will have the opportunity to connect with your peers and debate the strategic impact of Open Banking and the Innovation it will bring.

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Program


Be one of the first to learn more about our new, three track program. Including workshops.

Main

  1. Doors open

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    Doors open


    Chambre du Commerce
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    We welcome you with a cup of coffee
  2. Innovation in The Banking Scene: what's new?

    with Andrew Vorster
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    Innovation in The Banking Scene: what's new?


    Chambre du Commerce
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    Andrew Vorster
    While PSD2, Open Banking and Regulation dominate discussions in Financial Services today, there are many more forces at play shaping the future of Fintech and Banking. In this session, Andrew takes a step back to consider some of the impacts and implications of these wider trends while highlighting possible opportunities and areas for exploration by private and wealth management institutions in Luxembourg.

  3. Is anybody there? From chatbots to the Internet of Things

    with Bruno Degiovanni
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    Is anybody there? From chatbots to the Internet of Things


    Chambre du Commerce
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    Bruno Degiovanni
    In a world digitising at great speed, voice activation and voice command are becoming increasingly commonplace. Ever smarter, connected devices comprising the Internet of Things are changing the ways we engage with technology, and voice activated personal assistants, speakers and services are increasingly our gateway to the digital world. According to OC&C, in the US $40bn will be spent through voice commerce by 2022 ($5bn in the UK), representing 6% and 3% of all online spend.
  4. To be announced

  5. Coffee Break

  6. Cultivating Asset Intelligence from a Custodian’s Perspective

    with David Suetens
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    Cultivating Asset Intelligence from a Custodian’s Perspective


    Chambre du Commerce
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    David Suetens
    At #tbsconf19lux, on January 24th, David Suetens will be sharing his vision on "Cultivating Asset Intelligence From a Custodian Perspective".

    This will really be an Open Banking presentation without any mentioning of PSD2, but purely focusing on added value of big data, which will only get bigger in the Open Banking era.

    This inspiring speaking slot will help any Luxembourg private and wealth banker to think out-of-the-box on this topic.
  7. Open Banking for Private and Wealth Segment: it is about value added services

    with Brian Bushnell
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    Open Banking for Private and Wealth Segment: it is about value added services


    Chambre du Commerce
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    Brian Bushnell
    Open Banking is impacting all banking segments, not just the much-hyped digital retail banking and wallet space. Opportunities abound for Private Banks and Wealth managers willing to look beyond their traditional scope. Yes, there is great opportunity in embedding next-generation robo-advisory and enhancing - not replacing - the traditional advisor services with digital tools, but the biggest opportunities may be meeting customer needs beyond pure banking. Brian will discuss  what shape Open Banking may take for Private Banking and Wealth Management.

    As most private banking customers own businesses, he will comment on how can business services be integrated into a holistic approach towards these customers, and how Open Banking can help manage overall well-being - not just financially speaking -   to business owners,  family Offices, etc.

  8. To be confirmed

    with Jacques Pütz
  9. Walking dinner

Confirmed for Luxembourg 2019


More speakers to be announced.
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Speaker Andrew Vorster

Andrew Vorster

Innovation Catalyst/Public Speaker
AndrewVorster.com

Speaker Andrew Vorster

Andrew Vorster

Innovation Catalyst/Public Speaker at AndrewVorster.com

The former VP of Technology Research at Visa Europe, Andrew is a passionate technologist and disruptive innovator. 

A regular commentator and mentor within the FinTech scene he is a familiar face on stage at events like Money20/20CES , Trustech and many more. His current primary activity is global scanning and scouting for TIPS – Technologies, Innovations, Patents and Start-ups behind the trends that are driving new business models and shaping consumer behaviour. 
 
As an Innovation Catalyst, he works with both established organisations and start-ups across the world in order to help them envisage the range of possible futures fuelled, accelerated and enabled by technology.
Speaker Brian Bushnell

Brian Bushnell

Strategic Advisor and Senior Business Consultant
Sopra Banking Software

Speaker Brian Bushnell

Brian Bushnell

Strategic Advisor and Senior Business Consultant at Sopra Banking Software

Brian is Benelux Head of Business Consulting at Sopra Banking. He works primarily in the financial services and payments industries, having spent over 20 years helping top-tier banks, merchants, payments processors and networks, as well as technology providers. His work over the last decade has put him at the heart of developments in Open Banking, FinTech, ecosystems and platform business models, payments innovation and emerging regulatory change.

He leads a management consulting practice helping clients create tangible value, ranging from clarifying long-term strategy, developing innovative new businesses and products, entering new markets, developing creative new business and operating models, streamlining legacy operations and helping accelerate their ongoing digital and operational transformations.

Brian has written extensively on the European payments and banking industry, and is a regular keynote speaker on various banking innovation topics, including: Emerging Open Banking Ecosystems and Business Models; PSD2: the Future of Banking Directive; The future of payments; Payments innovation: Evolution not Revolution; Fintech and Bank co-opetition. Brian is also involved in Sopra’s European Open Banking, PSD2, payment and transaction-banking thought leadership, and supports the development of efforts on digital solutions and regulatory trends.
Speaker Bruno Degiovanni

Bruno Degiovanni

Vice President, Digital Payments, Western Europe
Mastercard

Speaker Bruno Degiovanni

Bruno Degiovanni

Vice President, Digital Payments, Western Europe at Mastercard

Bruno Degiovanni is Vice President, Digital Payments, Western Europe. In this role, he coordinates the implementation of Mastercard’s strategy about the most innovative solutions for digital payments in the Western European division, which includes Italy, Spain, Portugal, France and BeNeLux. 

Bruno Degiovanni joined Mastercard in July 2005, where he initially headed Debit Card sales for Southern European countries and was later appointed Head of Business Development (for Southern Europe).

Prior to Mastercard, Bruno was Head of Product Management M-Commerce at Vodafone Group, responsible for the development of mobile-commerce products and services, and he worked at Visa International’s EU Region between 1998 and 2002, responsible for “New Channels”.

Among his previous assignments, Bruno was Head of Information Security Services at “CSELT labs”, the main research center of Telecom Italia group (today known as Telecom Italia Lab).

He graduated in Electronics Engineering at the Polytechnic of Turin in 1988.

Speaker David Suetens

David Suetens

EVP, Country Head Luxembourg
State Street Luxembourg

Speaker David Suetens

David Suetens

EVP, Country Head Luxembourg at State Street Luxembourg

David Suetens is an executive vice president and is the country head for State Street and its affiliates in Luxembourg and is the managing director of State Street Bank in Luxembourg. In this role, he is responsible for the business execution, strategy and governance, and is the chair of the management board. Prior to his current role, he was international chief risk officer for State Street and was responsible for leading the company’s risk management function internationally. David is a member of the Supervisory Board of State Street Bank International GmbH, supervised by the ECB and chairs a key subcommittee.
Speaker Jacques Pütz

Jacques Pütz

CEO
LUXHUB

Speaker Jacques Pütz

Jacques Pütz

CEO at LUXHUB

Between 1998 and 2004 Jacques was founder/owner of the first Social media platform in Luxembourg. His website was the most visited site in Luxembourg for several years by convincing their users with regular innovative ideas. Between 2007 and 2017 Jacques was Deputy Head of the Electronic Banking Development Team of BCEE ( Banque et Caisse d’Epargne de l’Etat). In 2012 Jacques received the Young ICT Talent of the Year Award and in 2017 his team won the ICT “Team of the Year” Award. In 2018 Jacques joins LUXHUB as CEO, an European Open Banking Platform founded by 4 major Luxembourgish Retail Banks.
Jacques has a strong experience in Electronic Banking, Innovation, Social Media and love to transpose non-standard outstanding ideas.

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