Banking, beyond the horizon
Welcome to Vision 2030
On September 26th we invite you to a day with the leaders, challengers and disrupters in the Nordic banking industry - from banks to fintech and technology companies. Join us to network, hear from and interact with insightful and inspirational speakers.
Pekka Puustinen is Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer at OP Financial Group. Prior to joining OP, Puustinen worked at Ilmarinen Mutual Pension Insurance Company, most recently as CCO and Member of Executive Group. Before that, he acted as Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer. Puustinen holds a PhD in Economics and Business Administration. In 2015 he acted as a Visiting Professor at University of St. Gallen in Switzerland.
Sasja Beslik is Head of Group Sustainable Finance at Nordea and one of Sweden's foremost experts on finance and sustainability. He has more than 15 years of experience of advising and working with multinational companies on investment issues in Africa, Asia and former Soviet Union countries. He also has extensive experience of bridging risk to opportunity within ESG, creating commercial strategies for integration of ESG issues into asset management, fund companies and products.
Tuva Palm is a technology focused Executive Advisor with 20+ years experience of transforming Fintechs and banks, as well as building software solutions for financial services. She has been CTO at Nordnet Bank, Product Director at Klarna, Head Product Manager at Oracle. She is currently supporting both small companies as well as large corporates with digitalization and scale-up strategies. Furthermore, she is an appreciated key-note speaker, Angel Investor, Board Director and founder of the scale-up agency Evolvery.se.
Ebba Kraemer is Business Area Manager - Financial Services and leads Google Cloud Platform's Financial Service initiative in Sweden and focuses on on-boarding banks, fintech and other financial services companies into cloud. Areas of priority include financial services oriented machine learning and data analytics, security, compliance and infrastructure. Ebba's previous experience include, working as product director and head of development at a software development company and doing strategy consulting for BCG.
Daniel Kjellén is the CEO and co-founder of Tink. Founded in Stockholm in 2012, Tink is a cloud-based platform that provides the infrastructure and value-adding data products that are enabling the future of financial services. Tink offers its products on a cloud-based platform that includes Account Aggregation, Payment Initiation, Data Enrichment and Personal Finance Management. Its current partners include ABN AMRO, BNP Paribas Fortis, Nordea, Klarna and SEB.
Ewan MacLeod is the Chief Digital Officer of Nordea Bank, heading Group Digital. Recently he brought his entrepreneurial expertise and passion to enterprises such as Royal Bank of Scotland, Nationwide Building Society, Reed Exhibitions and Frist Data. He's been responsible for digital transformation programs, is a serial entrepreneur and an enthusiastic and popular speaker. After finishing University he founded a dotcom start up, and spent his twenties building and selling a host of successful digital products and services.
Hanna Johansson is Community Manager leading growth for Revolut in Sweden. Revolut launched in 2015 with one punchy mission: Let's turn the banking industry on its head. Today, it's the fastest growing FinTech unicorn in Europe with over 5 million users & a current valuation of $1.7 billion. With its app connected to a contactless VISA/Mastercard, the company offers financial services including currency exchange, cryptocurrency exchange, money management tools, peer-to-peer payment and soon commission free trading.
Eva Axelsson is Head of Sustainable Research at Swedbank Robur. She heads the sustainable analyst team as part of the management team for Investment Management. Within her role, she is actively involved in fund management, both operations, business development and involvement/communication with regulators, institutions, retail customers and sector organizations. She has 20 years of experience in sustainable business, organizations and authorities, of which the last 8 years in the finance industry.
Bent Dalager is Nordic Head of KPMG’s NewTech service line, advising on the use of disruptive technologies such as robotics, artificial intelligence and digital transformation, and delivering cutting-edge technology solutions. He has more than 25 years consulting experience and has successfully led some of the most complex system implementations and advisory programs in the financial services industry. He is a trusted C-suite advisor, commentator and speaker regarding cutting-edge technology and its impact on business and society.
Tomas Otterström is KPMG’s Global Leader, Sustainable Finance Services. Tomas has over 20 years’ consulting experience and a solid knowledge of business management, responsible investment and asset management, responsible banking, responsible corporate finance, ESG in investor relations, climate finance and ESG Due Diligence. He has supported investors, asset managers, banks and insurance companies with integrating ESG in the investment processes and corporates with integrating sustainability in business strategies and key business processes.
September 25th: Pre-event drinks and mingle @ KPMG's Stockholm office
September 26th: @ Münchenbryggeriet
09.30 Registration and light breakfast
10.15 Opening words10.15 Future of banking
12.30 Lunch13.30 Changing Landscape
15.00 Fika15.30 Sustainable Finance
More detailed information on the event and speakers will follow. For any questions contact Andrea Alter at +46 73 426 9096 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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September 26th, 2019 - Time: 9.30 - 16.30
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