World API Banking Dialogue

Join The International API Banking Conversation - Gain Exclusive Knowledge, Insights And Contacts

The 2nd World API Banking Dialogue connects Open Banking key players from banks, fintechs, third parties and regulators. 2019 is the year for the API revolution to monetize with new services, business models, partnerships and channels rising. The cross-organisational nature of API Banking creates the need for an inspiring executive exchange to share ideas and views on strategy, markets, management and technology. The focus on business models and networking, as well as the hand-picked selection of international experts presenting actual business cases, make sure you'll get the latest Open Banking insights and exclusive knowledge of the highest quality.

Practice Insights

Workshops

Panel Discussions

Round Table Exchange

Solution Room

App-Powered Networking

Global Community

Frank Abagnale ("Catch Me If You Can"), Security Consultant/CEO, Abagnale & Associates (USA)

The Case for Passwordless Internet

Frank Abagnale is one of the world’s most respected authorities on forgery, embezzlement and secure documents. For over 40 years he has worked with, advised and consulted hundreds of financial institutions, corporations and government agencies around the world. Mr. Abagnale’s rare blend of knowledge and expertise began more than 50 years ago when he was known as one of the world’s most famous con men. His riveting story provided the inspiration for Steven Spielberg’s 2002 film, Catch Me If You Can, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Abagnale.

Ori Eisen, CEO, Trusona (USA)

The Case for Passwordless Internet

Ori Eisen is founder and CEO of Trusona, the pioneer and leader of passwordless authentication. He has spent the last two decades building technology to fight online crime and make the Internet safer. Prior to founding Trusona, Mr. Eisen founded fraud prevention and detection technology company, 41st Parameter (acquired by Experian in 2013), and served as the Worldwide Fraud Director for American Express. In his free time, Mr. Eisen volunteers with Thorn, the digital defenders of children, and is a founding member of Security Canyon, Arizona’s Cyber Security Coalition.

Carlos López-Moctezuma, Global Head of Open Banking, BBVA (Spain)

BBVA's Global Strategy for Financial Inclusion

Daan CuppenDigital Partnerships Manager Northern EuropeEuler Hermes (Netherlands/Germany)

Changing Customer Needs: The Need for API Based Credit Insurance for Banks, Factors and Fintech Platforms

  • Business customers’ demand is changing towards integration, simplification, instant servicing and flexibility
  • Credit Insurance has a role to play in this API based digital ecosystem
  • Euler Hermes offers several API based services for the financial industry
  • EH Single Invoice Cover: A digital, flexible API for factors providing instant cover

James Varga, CEO, The ID Co (UK)

Revolutionizing Credit Check with Open Banking

 
  • A new business model enabled by Open Banking
  • The idea and strategy behind The ID Co
  • New lending business potentials based on better KYC

Sasha Pons, Director of Product - Fraud Detection, Ingenico ePayments (France/Netherlands)

Open Banking from a Payment Solution Provider's Perspective

Krista Korelin, Director Digital Services, Digital Sales & Retail Banking Development, OP Financial Group (Finland)

OP's ongoing Journey towards API-driven Business Opportunities

  • Deliberately experimenting with new business models in various fields of financial services
  • Delivering a competitive product & service portfolio to our retail banking customers
  • Enabling better customer experience to the customers of our partners
  • Transforming the organisation to enable new business models and processes

Liliana Fratini Passi, CEO, Consorzio CBI (Italy)

Pre-Competitive Cooperation of Banks and Fintechs for Compliant API Banking Standards

  • Implementation of a national API implementation guideline
  • Global Open Banking ecosystem platform
  • PSD2 obligations made simple
  • Facilitated API interconnection between banks and third parties

Marco Tedone, Global Head of API, Integration and Microservices Practice (AIM), HSBC

HSBC's AIM Journey: Strategy, Management, Technology

  • Transforming the bank into an API-driven bank
  • Successful API project management with internal customers
  • Security and API interoperability
  • Platform, architecture and tools
  • Concept of metadata for APIs to make them searchable and reusable

Urs Gubser, Head Merchant Transformation, Worldline (Switzerland)

European P2P and P2M Payment Harmonisation through APIs

  • Europe’s fragmented P2P payment landscape
  • What we can learn from China and India
  • A solution for a European roadmap to harmonize instant payments for P2P and P2M

Charles Green, Founder & Group CEO, RFi Group (UK)

Open Banking and the Rise of FinTechs from a Customer Perspective

  • Perception, appetite and take-up of future products and services - What are the biggest opportunities?
  • The importance of trust and the shift for the younger consumer
  • How are FinTechs and BigTechs transforming customer behaviours?

Sasha Berson, MD Digital & Head of AMPLify (APIs Business, Mortgages & Personal Lending Digital), Barclays (UK)

Reinventing the Digital Lending Experience 

Dheeraj Ahluwalia, Head of Products, Segments, Digital and Marketing Analytics, Doha Bank (Qatar)

Transforming Doha Bank into a Services and Distribution Platform

Estelle Brack, Independent Consultant, Chief Economist (France)

Bank/Fintech API Cooperation: A Case Study

  • Why cooperating
  • How to design a win-win partnership between a bank and a fintech
  • How to build a good cooperation within the Bank/Fintech “multicultural” environment

Maarten Colen, API Implementation Manager, TransferWise (UK)

Bank/Fintech API Cooperation: A Case Study

  • Why cooperating
  • How to design a win-win partnership between a bank and a fintech
  • How to build a good cooperation within the Bank/Fintech “multicultural” environment

Rafael Garcia-Navarro, CEO & Chief Data Scientist, Ducit.ai (UK)

The Hard Things About Hard Things - Building an Open Banking Artificial Intelligence Ecosystem

  • Build the team - assembling an A team with the right mix of technical expertise and business leadership
  • Build the product - strict open source first and cloud-based architecture, with fully automated infrastructure deployment (i.e. infrastructure as code), providing infinite and immediate auto-scaling capacity in a secure PCI certified environment
  • Build the business - carefully selecting the partners with the right scale and culture to execute on our vision to deliver intelligent banking for all

Utpal Chakraborty, Head of Artificial Intelligence, Yes Bank (India)

How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming BFSI

  • From digitization to cognification
  • Banks have been early adaptors of AI
  • KYC is key
  • AI creates inferences by referencing multiple customer data sources internally and externally

Jakub Komenda, Head of Mobile Banking & Experience, Moneta Money Bank (Czech Republic)

Multibanking and Customer Centricity - a Case Study

Jelena Đurović, Small Business Segment Manager, Société Générale Serbia (Serbia/France)

Case Study: Joining Forces with Fintechs to Enable Open Banking and Improve Bank's Market Position

  • Clients have a need for connected third-party applications
  • Clients major need is to have control
  • Partnering with a fintech to develop a "prototype"
  • Inventing a new online payment system
  • Lessons learned so far and project outlook
 

Eric Le Roux, Director Metals Markets, Société Générale, Representing SG in the CLIPEUM project (France)

Multi-Corporate Mutualization of Non-Competitive KYC Processes

  • KYC is an old pain point for all players, so why not solving it together?
  • French CLIPEUM project: 9 banks, 5 insurance companies
  • Problems CLIPEUM wants to solve
  • So-far achievements and outlook
   

Abhishek Bhagat, Head of Internet & TMT, Investment Banking, HDFC Bank (India)

API Banking Strategy at HDFC

  • Bank/Fintech cooperation
  • Business models
  • The future of payments
  • Strategic outlook
 

Tony McLaughlin, Emerging Payments and Business Development, Citi

Instant Lending through Standard APIs to E-Commerce Platforms

  • In a world of platforms banks need to deliver the right APIs
  • API Banking is ultimately “balance sheet as a service”
  • Lending will need to be delivered through APIs
  • The business perspective is more important than the compliance perspective
  • Internal development vs. Fintech cooperation
  • Banks have to embrace a platform strategy

Francois Blanc, Head of Customer Experience and Innovation, Santander UK (Spain, UK)

Santander UK's API journey

  • The benefits of being part of an international Group when it comes to leveraging APIs
  • The path to becoming a better, more open financial platform
  • Differentiating and scaling up “open innovation” by leveraging API sandboxes
  • Developing new B2B2C revenue sources : An internal transformation story

Andrew Mitchell, Vice President, Development and Infrastructure Support, JCB International

The Growing Pains of Standardization, Interoperability and Harmonisation

  • Historical perspective of payment industry standardization
  • Growing pains: where we’re headed
  • Nobody really knows who the winners & losers will be in the payments bonanza
  • How we can deliver the seamless consumer world

Open Banking Dimensions Covered

  • Strategy
  • Management
  • Business Models
  • Use Cases
  • Financial Inclusion and Education
  • Security
  • Regulation
  • Technology

 

"A highly educational event, with an excellent variety of speakers from multiple industries, geographies, and backgrounds." David Tolley, Director Industry Strategy, Vocalink

 

API Banking Dialogue Community members include

ABAKA,  AccessPay,  AIC Worldwide,  Alfalah Bank,  Allied Irish Bank (AIB),  Arctic Securities AS,  Aviva,  Bambora,  Bank Central Asia,  Bankinter,  Barclays,  BBVA,  Birdee,  BNP Paribas Fortis,  CaixaBank Digital Banking,  CSOB,  Danske Bank,  de Volksbank,  DeltaCredit Bank,  Equensworldline,  Ernit,  Erste Group,  Eurobank,  ExIm Bank,  Finastra,  GoCompare Group,  HSBC,  ING Bank N.V.,  ING España&Portugal,  Insignis Cash Solutions,  Israel Antitrust Authority,  Israel Ministry of Finance,  KNAB,  Mastercard,  Metro Bank,  Nationale-Nederlanden, Nationwide Building Society,  Natixis Bank,  Nordea,  NS&I,  Open Banking UK,  OpenWrks,  Rabobank,  Raiffeisen Bank International,  Scotiabank,  SIBS,  Silicon Valley Bank,  Spark New Zealand,  Standard Chartered Bank,  SWIFT,  tatum.io,  Vocalink,  Wells Fargo,  Wescot Credit Services,  Western Union,  Xalgorithms Foundation

 

Inspiring and Interactive Format

  • Best Practice Presentations
  • Workshops
  • Round Tables
  • Panel Discussion
  • One on One Meetings (peers and vendors, new matchmaking and dating app)
  • Solution Room (p2p coaching)
  • 100 Key Players
  • Online API Banking Community (unlimited access)

 

Topics

  • New business models
  • Startup show cases
  • Bank/Fintech cooperation
  • Developing an Open Banking strategy
  • Platformication and market places
  • Strategic outlook: The future of payments
  • Trends and approaches in regulation (EU, UK, World)
  • Building an Open Banking organisation
  • Transformation of banks into services and distribution platforms
  • KYC: Methods and management
  • Innovation Management
  • API product development
  • The role of AI and Big Data in API Banking
  • Financial inclusion and education
  • Open Banking value chain
  • PSD II implementation in Europe: current status and outlook
  • Open Banking in savings and wealth management
  • API Banking as a new driver in corporate banking
  • Identity and access management
  • Standardisation, Interoperability, Harmonisation
  • New levels of connectivity

 

 

 

 

TimeActivity10th of June
8:30Start of registration
9:00Opening Peer Round Table / Warm up
9:30Open Banking and the Rise of FinTechs from a Customer Perspective
  • Perception, appetite and take-up of future products and services - What are the biggest opportunities?
  • The importance of trust and the shift for the younger consumer
  • How are FinTechs and BigTechs transforming customer behaviours?
    Charles Green, Founder & Group CEO, RFi Group (UK)
  • 10:00Multibanking and Customer Centricity - a Case Study


    Jakub Komenda, Head of Mobile Banking & Experience, Moneta Money Bank (Czech Republic)
    10:30Instant Lending through Standard APIs to E-Commerce Platforms
  • In a world of platforms banks need to deliver the right APIs
  • API Banking is ultimately “balance sheet as a service”
  • Lending will need to be delivered through APIs
  • The business perspective is more important than the compliance perspective
  • Internal development vs. Fintech cooperation
  • Banks have to embrace a platform strategy
    Tony McLaughlin, Emerging Payments and Business Development, Citi (UK, USA)
  • 11:00Coffee Break / Networking Session 1
    11:30Networking Session 2 (parallel activities)
    Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers / Solution room / Open roundtable discussions
    12:00Networking Session 3 (parallel activities)
    Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers / Solution room / Open roundtable discussions
    12:30Lunch / Networking Session 4
    13:30Changing Customer Needs: The Need for API Based Credit Insurance for Banks, Factors and Fintech Platforms
  • Business customers’ demand is changing towards integration, simplification, instant servicing and flexibility
  • Credit Insurance has a role to play in this API based digital ecosystem
  • Euler Hermes offers several API based services for the financial industry
  • EH Single Invoice Cover: A digital, flexible API for factors providing instant cover
    Daan Cuppen, Digital Partnerships Manager Northern Europe, Euler Hermes (Netherlands/Germany)
  • 14:00Pre-Competitive Cooperation of Banks and Fintechs for Compliant API Banking Standards
  • Implementation of a national API implementation guideline
  • Global Open Banking ecosystem platform
  • PSD2 obligations made simple
  • Facilitated API interconnection between banks and third parties
    Liliana Fratini Passi, CEO, Consorzio CBI (Italy)
  • 14:30Bank/Fintech API Cooperation: A Case Study
  • Why cooperating
  • How to design a win-win partnership between a bank and a fintech
  • How to build a good cooperation within the Bank/Fintech “multicultural” environment
    Estelle Brack, Chief Economist, Independent Consultant (France)
    Maarten Colen, API Implementation Manager, TransferWise (UK)
  • 15:00Coffee Break / Networking Session 5
    15:30The Growing Pains of Standardization, Interoperability and Harmonisation
  • Historical perspective of payment industry standardization
  • Growing pains: where we’re headed
  • Nobody really knows who the winners & losers will be in the payments bonanza
  • How we can deliver the seamless consumer world
    Andrew Mitchell, Vice President, Development and Infrastructure Support, JCB International
  • 16:00Reinventing the Digital Lending Experience

    Sasha Berson, MD Digital & Head of AMPLify (APIs Business, Mortgages & Personal Lending Digital), Barclays (UK)
    16:45Afterwork Networking Lounge
    TimeActivity11th of June
    8:00Start of registration
    8:45Opening by CINTONA
    9:00HSBC‘s AIM Transformation: Strategy, Management, Technology
  • Transforming the bank into an API-driven bank
  • Successful API project management with internal customers
  • Security and API interoperability
  • Platform, architecture and tools
  • Concept of metadata for APIs to make them searchable and reusable
    Marco Tedone, Global Head of API, Integration and Microservices Practice (AIM), HSBC (UK)
  • 9:30European P2P and P2M payment harmonization through APIs
  • Europe’s fragmented P2P payment landscape
  • What we can learn from China and India
  • A solution for a European roadmap to harmonize instant payments for P2P and P2M
    Urs Gubser, Head Merchant Transformation, SIX Payment Services (Switzerland)
  • 10:00Multi-Corporate Mutualization of Non-Competitive KYC Processes
  • KYC is an old pain point for all players, so why not solving it together?
  • French CLIPEUM project: 9 banks, 5 insurance companies
  • Problems CLIPEUM wants to solve
  • So-far achievements and outlook
    Eric Le Roux, Director Metals Markets, Société Générale, Representing SG in the CLIPEUM project (France)
  • 10:30OP's ongoing Journey towards API-driven Business Opportunities
  • Deliberately experimenting with new business models in various fields of financial services
  • Delivering a competitive product & service portfolio to our retail banking customers
  • Enabling better customer experience to the customers of our partners
  • Transforming the organisation to enable new business models and processes
    Krista Korelin, Director Digital Services, Digital Sales & Retail Banking Development, OP Financial Group (Finland)
  • 11:00Coffee Break / Networking Session 6
    11:30Networking Session 7 (parallel activities)
    Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers / Solution room / Open roundtable discussions
    12:00Networking Session 8 (parallel activities)
    Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers / Solution room / Open roundtable discussions
    12:30Lunch / Networking Session 9
    13:30The Need for Standards to Make API a Success – A PSP’s Perspective
  • Standards are key
  • Lessons learned from integrating multiple payment methods and different APIs
  • Why functionalities that are not supported by the majority of market players, will most likely not get adopted by users
    Melvin Schreijer, Product Owner Alternative Payments, Ingenico (Netherlands/France)
  • 14:00Case Study: Joining Forces with Fintechs to Enable Open Banking and Improve Bank's Market Position
  • Clients have a need for connected third-party applications
  • Customers major need is to have control
  • Partnering with a fintech to develop a "prototype"
  • Inventing a new online payment system
  • Lessons learned so far and project outlook
    Jelena Đurović, Small Business Segment Manager, Société Générale Serbia (Serbia/France)
  • 14:30The Case for Passwordless Internet
  • Open Banking as a new playground for fraud
  • Strategies for a strong identity management
  • The OpenBankingUK Approach
    Frank Abagnale („Catch Me If You Can“), Security Consultant/CEO, Abagnale & Associates (USA) &
    Ori Eisen, CEO, Trusona (USA)

  • 15:00Coffee Break / Networking Session 10
    15:30Revolutionizing Credit Check with Open Banking
  • A new business model enabled by Open Banking
  • The idea and strategy behind The ID Co
  • New lending business potentials based on better KYC
    James Varga, CEO, The ID Co (UK)
  • 16:00Santander UK's API journey
  • The benefits of being part of an international Group when it comes to leveraging APIs
  • The path to becoming a better, more open financial platform
  • Differentiating and scaling up “open innovation” by leveraging API sandboxes
  • Developing new B2B2C revenue sources : An internal transformation story
    Francois Blanc, Head of Customer Experience and Innovation, Santander UK (Spain, UK)
  • 16:30Wrap-up Discussion
    16:45End of Event
    TimeActivity10th of June
    8:30Start of registration
    9:00Opening Peer Round Table / Warm up
    9:30Open Banking and the Rise of FinTechs from a Customer Perspective
  • Perception, appetite and take-up of future products and services - What are the biggest opportunities?
  • The importance of trust and the shift for the younger consumer
  • How are FinTechs and BigTechs transforming customer behaviours?
    Charles Green, Founder & Group CEO, RFi Group (UK)
  • 10:00Multibanking and Customer Centricity - a Case Study


    Jakub Komenda, Head of Mobile Banking & Experience, Moneta Money Bank (Czech Republic)
    10:30Instant Lending through Standard APIs to E-Commerce Platforms
  • In a world of platforms banks need to deliver the right APIs
  • API Banking is ultimately “balance sheet as a service”
  • Lending will need to be delivered through APIs
  • The business perspective is more important than the compliance perspective
  • Internal development vs. Fintech cooperation
  • Banks have to embrace a platform strategy
    Tony McLaughlin, Emerging Payments and Business Development, Citi (UK, USA)
  • 11:00Coffee Break / Networking Session 1
    11:30Networking Session 2 (parallel activities)
    Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers / Solution room / Open roundtable discussions
    12:00Networking Session 3 (parallel activities)
    Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers / Solution room / Open roundtable discussions
    12:30Lunch / Networking Session 4
    13:30Changing Customer Needs: The Need for API Based Credit Insurance for Banks, Factors and Fintech Platforms
  • Business customers’ demand is changing towards integration, simplification, instant servicing and flexibility
  • Credit Insurance has a role to play in this API based digital ecosystem
  • Euler Hermes offers several API based services for the financial industry
  • EH Single Invoice Cover: A digital, flexible API for factors providing instant cover
    Daan Cuppen, Digital Partnerships Manager Northern Europe, Euler Hermes (Netherlands/Germany)
  • 14:00Pre-Competitive Cooperation of Banks and Fintechs for Compliant API Banking Standards
  • Implementation of a national API implementation guideline
  • Global Open Banking ecosystem platform
  • PSD2 obligations made simple
  • Facilitated API interconnection between banks and third parties
    Liliana Fratini Passi, CEO, Consorzio CBI (Italy)
  • 14:30Bank/Fintech API Cooperation: A Case Study
  • Why cooperating
  • How to design a win-win partnership between a bank and a fintech
  • How to build a good cooperation within the Bank/Fintech “multicultural” environment
    Estelle Brack, Chief Economist, Independent Consultant (France)
    Maarten Colen, API Implementation Manager, TransferWise (UK)
  • 15:00Coffee Break / Networking Session 5
    15:30The Growing Pains of Standardization, Interoperability and Harmonisation
  • Historical perspective of payment industry standardization
  • Growing pains: where we’re headed
  • Nobody really knows who the winners & losers will be in the payments bonanza
  • How we can deliver the seamless consumer world
    Andrew Mitchell, Vice President, Development and Infrastructure Support, JCB International
  • 16:00Reinventing the Digital Lending Experience

    Sasha Berson, MD Digital & Head of AMPLify (APIs Business, Mortgages & Personal Lending Digital), Barclays (UK)
    16:45Afterwork Networking Lounge
    TimeActivity11th of June
    8:00Start of registration
    8:45Opening by CINTONA
    9:00HSBC‘s AIM Transformation: Strategy, Management, Technology
  • Transforming the bank into an API-driven bank
  • Successful API project management with internal customers
  • Security and API interoperability
  • Platform, architecture and tools
  • Concept of metadata for APIs to make them searchable and reusable
    Marco Tedone, Global Head of API, Integration and Microservices Practice (AIM), HSBC (UK)
  • 9:30European P2P and P2M payment harmonization through APIs
  • Europe’s fragmented P2P payment landscape
  • What we can learn from China and India
  • A solution for a European roadmap to harmonize instant payments for P2P and P2M
    Urs Gubser, Head Merchant Transformation, SIX Payment Services (Switzerland)
  • 10:00Multi-Corporate Mutualization of Non-Competitive KYC Processes
  • KYC is an old pain point for all players, so why not solving it together?
  • French CLIPEUM project: 9 banks, 5 insurance companies
  • Problems CLIPEUM wants to solve
  • So-far achievements and outlook
    Eric Le Roux, Director Metals Markets, Société Générale, Representing SG in the CLIPEUM project (France)
  • 10:30OP's ongoing Journey towards API-driven Business Opportunities
  • Deliberately experimenting with new business models in various fields of financial services
  • Delivering a competitive product & service portfolio to our retail banking customers
  • Enabling better customer experience to the customers of our partners
  • Transforming the organisation to enable new business models and processes
    Krista Korelin, Director Digital Services, Digital Sales & Retail Banking Development, OP Financial Group (Finland)
  • 11:00Coffee Break / Networking Session 6
    11:30Networking Session 7 (parallel activities)
    Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers / Solution room / Open roundtable discussions
    12:00Networking Session 8 (parallel activities)
    Meetings with peers, experts and solution providers / Solution room / Open roundtable discussions
    12:30Lunch / Networking Session 9
    13:30The Need for Standards to Make API a Success – A PSP’s Perspective
  • Standards are key
  • Lessons learned from integrating multiple payment methods and different APIs
  • Why functionalities that are not supported by the majority of market players, will most likely not get adopted by users
    Melvin Schreijer, Product Owner Alternative Payments, Ingenico (Netherlands/France)
  • 14:00Case Study: Joining Forces with Fintechs to Enable Open Banking and Improve Bank's Market Position
  • Clients have a need for connected third-party applications
  • Customers major need is to have control
  • Partnering with a fintech to develop a "prototype"
  • Inventing a new online payment system
  • Lessons learned so far and project outlook
    Jelena Đurović, Small Business Segment Manager, Société Générale Serbia (Serbia/France)
  • 14:30The Case for Passwordless Internet
  • Open Banking as a new playground for fraud
  • Strategies for a strong identity management
  • The OpenBankingUK Approach
    Frank Abagnale („Catch Me If You Can“), Security Consultant/CEO, Abagnale & Associates (USA) &
    Ori Eisen, CEO, Trusona (USA)

  • 15:00Coffee Break / Networking Session 10
    15:30Revolutionizing Credit Check with Open Banking
  • A new business model enabled by Open Banking
  • The idea and strategy behind The ID Co
  • New lending business potentials based on better KYC
    James Varga, CEO, The ID Co (UK)
  • 16:00Santander UK's API journey
  • The benefits of being part of an international Group when it comes to leveraging APIs
  • The path to becoming a better, more open financial platform
  • Differentiating and scaling up “open innovation” by leveraging API sandboxes
  • Developing new B2B2C revenue sources : An internal transformation story
    Francois Blanc, Head of Customer Experience and Innovation, Santander UK (Spain, UK)
  • 16:30Wrap-up Discussion
    16:45End of Event

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    "A highly educational event, with an excellent variety of speakers from multiple industries, geographies, and backgrounds." David Tolley, Director Industry Strategy, Vocalink (Mastercard)

    "Truly inspiring format with interesting presentations from business and science as well as a lot of time for networking." Michel Taubert, Chief Procurement Officer (CPO), SUEZ Germany

    "Very well organized event. The selection of delegates and the highly interactive format led to a lot of exciting and relevant meetings. The new contacts and held conversations will help us a lot in the future." Jens Kaatze, Senior Vice President – Head of Commercial Operations EMEA LatAm BU Polycarbonates, Covestro

    "Outstanding opportunity to network with like-minded. Excellent Organization. Very interesting topics." Domonkos Gaspar, Digital Transformation Leader, Roche