Wired Money 2016
Welcoming by WIRED & Gründerszene
Deutsche Bank´s CDO presenting the digitalization of one of the world´s leading banks
How digital innovation is changing our lives and bank accounts
Most cost drivers of the traditional finance industry are unnecessary for good money management, like expensive offices, sales people, research departments or, in fact, fund managers themselves. All these factors can be replaced by technology to make investing better, cheaper and more convenient.
For banking to be human focused it has to effectively service the unique and individual needs of an end user. This won’t be achieved by replacing the existing banking and payment systems, but by providing user focused tools that ‘rebundle’, consolidate and simplify the existing architecture.
Changing consumer expectations and the digital revolution lead to new strategies and an evolution in banking in the near future.
Traditional retail is changing. Data driven strategies, new forms of communication and realtime consumer centric engagement are the new topics of he brick-and-mortar world. Mobile payment is one driver of change in retail. New technologies like Hands-free-payments, innovative mPOS solutions or data analysis based on transactional data help offline merchants in their strategies.
The number of FinTechs has grown significantly in the past years and so has their funding. There continues to be a trend towards unbundling the financial services with startups offering niche financial products. The new challenge is to rebundle these services and join forces on one platform to beat traditional players in all aspects of banking.
The evolution of investments in an everchanging world
Fintech from a B2B perspective
Why Bitcoin has revolutionized the payment industry
Cryptocurrencies and their underlying technology – blockchain – have become hot topics over the last few years. In this talk, we discuss the future of these currencies, how the market has evolved and take a glimpse into the future of the world as their promise starts to truly take hold.
Lending money is vital for businesses around the world. Key-players disrupting the credit market will discuss about the greatest challenges within this growing market.
While new payment technologies are on the rise, we still predominantly use legacy payment systems using 90's technologies. This talk provides a high-level analysis of the current state of payment security. It goes on to demonstrate what goes wrong when payment systems rely on their track record of hacking-resistance.
Regulation should avoid increasing complexity in acquisition and in service delivery. Importance to harmonize legislation (e.g. anti-money laundering, data protection). That’s essential for all players to offer their services across Europe to increase competition and increase service & choice. German regulator BaFin, new BaaP bank SolarisBank and KPMG will discuss on the requirements German market has compared with other markets based on concrete examples.
Fintech innovation is generating a new wave of disruption with deep social and economic consequences. Growth, social inclusion and democratization are part of a process led by three “D’s” of digitalization, disintermediation and decentralization.
The importance of UI/UX for mobile banking apps
The digital transformation of our economy and society is one of the key priorities for the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy. Its “Digital Strategy 2025” puts forward an ambitious roadmap for broadband investment, the modernization of the telecommunications regulatory framework, pushing forward industry 4.0 and digitizing SMEs. State Secretary Zypries will present the Strategy.
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