Since the 2008 financial crisis the Irish banking industry has been disrupted in more ways than one. Not only is regulatory reform still sweeping through the sector, the rise of digital has transformed the financial landscape, forcing banks to rethink their services and operations to meet the demands of customers for mobile and social media. Faced with the challenge of responding to these developments and finding new sources of revenue, while also controlling costs and meeting regulatory requirements, how quickly can financial institutions adapt in order to survive in today’s tough market?
The 2nd National Future Bank Summit on May 26, 2015 will address Topics such as:
-How is regulation driving the change in industry practices?
-Will the digitisation of banking see the end of the branch?
-How is online and mobile banking developing?
-Identifying key industry disruptors – how entrenched financial players are embracing start-ups and disruptors
-Lessons from outside banking and case studies on the best customer engagement strategies and rebuilding customer trust.
Early Bird: EUR395 + vat
Standard: EUR450 + vat
Speakers: Jim Brown, CEO, Ulster Bank Group and President Emeritus, Institute of Bankers; Justin Arbuckley, Vice President, EMEA and Chief Enterprise Architect, Chef; Garvan Callan, Customer, Digital and Innovation Director, Bank of Ireland; John Hogan, Head of Banking Policy, Department of Finance; Daniel Aranda, Director of Business Development, Ripple Labs, USA; Sławek Kozioł, Strategic Projects Lead, mBank, Poland
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