The 3rd edition of the Open Banking and APIs Forum, organized by Fleming, will be taking place on the 26th to 27th of February 2020 in Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Open Banking and APIs Forum serves as a high-profile gathering of banking professionals combining senior-level insights on successful open banking strategies and hands-on case studies from leading financial institutions. A must-attend event for the business professional mapping the latest up-to-the-minute information and developments in the open banking marketplace.
This edition is designed to create maximum networking opportunities with senior experts such as MoBs, CxOs, VPs, Directors and Heads of: Digital Banking, Open Banking, Innovation, Technology, Payments, Data Protection and Privacy, Operations, Transformation, PSD2, Product Development, Applications, Retail Banking, Mobile, Electronic, Multi-channel Banking, Customer Insight, E-commerce, Business Development, FinTechs and Startups.
Summit Highlights in numbers:
- No. 1 Open Banking Event in Europe
- 20+ Esteemed Speakers
- 80+ Senior Experts
- 15+ Hands-on Use Cases
- 25-minute Presentations
- 6 Interactive Sessions
- 8+ Hours of Content
- 6+ Hours of Informal Discussions
We are happy to announce our new special feature, a “Know Your Peers” Cocktail Reception.
The speaker panel is already in place and comes in strong for 2020, featuring top-notch speakers from companies such as BBVA, HSBC, Santander, Saxo Bank, Barclays, Tandem, Starling Bank, EBA and more.
Do you want to be one step ahead in Open Banking? The keynote speaker, Stefanos Mytilineos from Piraeus Bank, will speak about the realities of the Open Banking time frame. He is ready to discuss key considerations when preparing the internal strategy, creating a point of difference and ensuring the best customer proposition and product.
This combination of Open Banking experts and a well-organized program, combined with hands-on case studies exploring best practices for rethinking legacy systems and opportunities to build new and unique customer experiences and simplifying your back-end processes all add up to a very promising edition of the Open Banking and APIs Forum.