Financial Services Group
Building Trust in an Open Banking Environment
Wednesday 26 September
This event is sponsored by Deloitte
When it comes to financial services, how do you decide who to trust? Deciding how new “non-bank” names can earn or deserve your trust can hold many people back in trying new services, despite the value they might provide.
Our panel of experts from Facebook, Yolt, Santander, and Plum will look at how platforms and new players, banking-based or code extensions, can earn and pay interest on your trust. Hear how some of the quickest minds in digital services are slipping into your banking to help. If you’re saving for a bigger house or just buying a new handbag, new options are on the horizon if you trust them.
Stephen Dury is Director of New Business Models at Santander UK. He has vast experience at Santander and in the broader financial services industry. Previous roles include time as a director – Market Development & Customer Propositions, Managing Director – SME Markets & Business Development, and Managing Director – Product, Strategy and Market Development.
Laura McCracken is Head of Financial Services Partnership, Northern Europe at Facebook. Laura is a global B2B executive with more than 25 years of experience in e-commerce, financial services and payments. She has a strong track record in global blue chip companies, including Amazon, Citi, American Express, Lazard and KPMG, as well as entrepreneurial firms.
Frank Jan Risseeuw is founder and CEO of Yolt. Yolt is a platform to manage your money in a smart and easy way in one app. Yolt works with a team of engineers, data scientists, strategists and designers out of Amsterdam and London. It is a fintech owned by ING Bank.
Victor Trokoudes (MBA 12J) is the founder and CEO of Plum the AI assistant for your money, automating saving, investing and bill management with the goal of making users £186k better off over their lifetime. Victor formerly head of international at TransferWise a fintech unicorn, he joined the company when there were five employees in London and left when they were more than 500. Victor built and led a team of 25 who launched TransferWise in 25 new markets. Previously he founded and led PoS terminal reseller BlueBird in Europe. He studied economics at Harvard and has an MBA from INSEAD.
VENUE We Work – Deloitte Fintech
Waterhouse Square, 138 Holborn, London EC1N 2SW
Nearest tube: Chancery Lane
TIME 18:30 for 19:00
COST Members £25 Members’ guests (non INSEAD) £35
REFRESHMENTS Wine and canapés