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Digital Banking and Fintech Webinar

Incumbents: Accelerating digital transformation or being left behind?

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Speaker(s):
Helene Panzarino, Associate Director, Centre for Digital Banking and Finance at The London Institute of Banking & Finance

Banks and other financial institutions have struggled to find a way to swiftly and efficiently create meaningful commercial engagement with fintechs, and fintechs have struggled with finding solutions that get them to scale and survive in a more rapid timeframe.

Past initiatives to help solve this problem have included shared operating guidelines, modified procurement documents, processes and on-boarding, regulatory sandboxes, investing in fintechs, taking part in accelerators, or just buying them outright.

Budgets, regulatory compliance, security concerns and clashes of culture have been cited as some of the reasons for this uneasy alliance. Is this still a viable approach for incumbents to accelerate their digital transformation, or is there a better solution?

Speaker(s):
Helene Panzarino, Associate Director, Centre for Digital Banking and Finance at The London Institute of Banking & Finance

Originally a Commercial Banker, Helene is a highly experienced FinTech Programme Director, exited entrepreneur, educator and author.

Her most recent role was MD of the global Rainmaking Colab FinTech Programme, a world-first, post-accelerator programme for Series A+ FinTechs and Tier 1 financial institutions.

Responsible for the Inaugural Programme of Education and Events for Innovate Finance, Helene is also an Associate Director of The London Institute of Banking & Finance Digital Banking Centre, the Lead Fellow and creator on a world-first FinTech Pathway in a Masters in Tech Entrepreneurship Degree for UCL, and co-creator and lead delivery partner on the Imperial College FinTech Executive Education Programme. Her specialist subject areas are Digital Banking and Alternative Finance (SMEs).

She is also the CEO of the Banking Lab (London) enabling community banks and building societies to engage with the global FinTech community. A regular judge, speaker and moderator for the banking and FinTech awards and conferences, Helene was a BSI FinTech representative for the UK in Brussels and has been named on the Computer Weekly 100 Women in Tech Award 2018-19.

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Event title: Incumbents: Accelerating digital transformation or being left behind?
Start date: Thursday 28 May 2020
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Speaker(s): Helene Panzarino, Associate Director, Centre for Digital Banking and Finance at The London Institute of Banking & Finance
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