Date(s) - 22 Jan 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time (USA)
The financial services landscape is experiencing change as never before. With startups in the US raising around $18 billion since 2015 alone and nearly 1,400 venture capitalist-backed deals, global financial institutions are sitting at the edge of a large cliff that is about to change their worlds forever.
With an unprecedented amount of funding in FinTech, Financial Services companies do care about innovation and worry about disruption, however few are making progress to innovate, according to the “State of Innovation” report by CB Insights, based on a survey of 677 corporate strategy executives, suggest the overall characterization of corporate innovation processes are “Ad Hoc, slow, short-term and insular.”
In this webinar we look inside both FinTech and incumbent’s successful business models, latest developments and the strategies behind, so you understand the market, maximise opportunities and respond with high level thoughts towards the development of a strategic action plan.
We will dive into:
- The current state of the fintech market – where are the hot spots and what’s coming next
- What’s the strategy of leading financial services to deal with disruption
- “Winner” Business models – what they have done and how
The two presenters are experts in their fields, having worked both in technology companies and corporates so have a unique view of the challenges from both sides of the table.
Damian has an extensive executive background working for multi-national banks specialising in the areas of business growth. Most recently he has been working with some of the most creative businesses in the FinTech sector so has a deep understanding of what it takes to win in today’s competitive environment.
Javier Guevara Torres
Javier has a wide experience launching innovative financial products and services for global leading banks. He has a truly international background having dealt through his work with four different continents. He researches on emerging technology trends in FinTech, capital markets tech, wealth tech and regtech to help both established banks and FinTech’s to keep pace with changes in the industry.