PROGRAM FINTECH & INSURTECH DIGITAL CONGRESS
Day I – 6 July 2020
9:30 - 9:50 Mindset change – mindset pivot
- New Reality. Fintech as a mature industry demanding pivot
- What are Polish funds investing in?
- Fintech as a catalyst for industries
9:50 - 10:00 What kind of business has a chance to survive? What is worth investing in? What does Polish fintech look like?
10:00 - 10:10 FinTech w sektorze ubezpieczeń – przedefiniowanie myślenia o przyszłości ubezpieczeń
10:10 - 10:20 Fintech for retail - flexibility, creativity and innovation. New consumer reality
10:20 - 10:40 Pivot – adaptation of changes in cross-sector approach
- Game changer – how the rules of business changed in times of crisis
- How to manage a company to adapt to changing needs and a transforming ecosystem?
- Stability of the financial sector in the age of pandemic
- Fintech as a catalyst for other sectors of the economy - payment solutions for insurance, retail, etc.
- Changing the organisational culture (agile) and flexible thinking as a necessary condition
- How do changes in other industries translate into changes in fintech and insurtech?
10:40 - 11:05 What’s next? Future of the Polish Economy
- Przedstawiciel Ministerstwa Finansów
- Summary of 30 years of economic changes in Poland
- Vision of Poland’s development. What to bet on? What will be the flywheel of the economy?
- Foreign expansion supported by the state
- The role of the state in economic transformation
- State involvement in times of crisis
- Digital New Economy. New initiatives and benefits for the whole of society
- What to invest in? Poland as an attractive place for investors
- Stabilisation of the economy. Is there a chance for development for your business in the crisis?
- Fintech technologies and process automation as a way to build competitive advantages
11:05 - 11:25 Think Global - New Reality
- Moving away from the verticals. Let’s look at the horizon
- A picture of the financial and insurance sector from a global perspective. How can banks and insurance firms operate in high risk realities?
- What can be the determinant of success now? How should CEE think about its business globally in a new reality?
11:25 - 12:15 Building a competitive advantage. Winners thanks to technology
11:25 - 11:55 Modernization of core technologies. New implementation.
Best Practice Sharing Session (3x10)
- Case 1: AI as an accelerator of growth and benefits for investors and clients. Algorithms using artificial intelligence will automatically modify their settings to detect increased risk.
- Case 2: Automation of key processes and functioning in the online environment as a catalyst of change for the financial industry
- Case3: Clouds are the most effective tool in business development
11:55 - 12:15 How to build competitive advantage – social changes
PROGRAM FINTECH & INSURTECH DIGITAL CONGRESS
Day II – 7 July 2020
9:30 - 9:55 New business models. Growth prospects for the insurance sector
- Finsurtech - a new model
- Modernisation of the digital infrastructure. Insurance companies around the world are increasing investment in IT
- Should the insurer be an insurtech? The future of insurance
- Clientocentrism vs. policycentrism. Time for change? Insurers must focus on the customer and gain their trust
- With whom and where to look for innovation and opportunities for the development of the industry?
- Insurtech for e-commerce. Risk insurance for digital retail#
9:55 - 10:05 Redefining the way you think for the benefit of business
10:05-10:50 Development of telemedicine and telemedicine inspirations
10:05 - 10:30
- Mindset pivot in thinking about cooperation between the healthcare sector and insurance
- Health prevention in terms of new technologies and their application for insurance through the prism of COVID-19
- Telemedicine acceleration. Financing the potential of new telemedicine solutions by the insurance sector.
- Venture entities in groups as a development accelerator
10:30 - 10:50
- Use cases 1: How technology tools change healthcare in times of lockdown
- Use cases 2: Technology in the care of seniors. Ecosystem of senior services. Alert support, virtual assistants, voicebots
10:50 - 11:00 Barriers to the development of fintech and ways to eliminate them [TBC]
11:00 - 11:20 Future will be open. Open Banking & Open Data Economy
- Will Open Banking go forward?
- PSD2 in the direction of PSD3. Access to information on the AIS payment account
- Opportunities in the context of the PSD2 directive and their impact on the consumer market
- API Technology – Banking Technology
- CCD – Consumer Credit Directive
11:20 - 11:30 Assessment of actions and their real effects in the scope of improving the licensing of financial activities
11:30 - 12:35 Fintech as an industry catalyst and element of the ecosystem
11:30 - 11:55 Part 1. Fintech for Retail & E-commerce
- How will we develop payment technologies?
- Cashless payments - safety first
- Invisible Payments for the sake of customer and industry development
- E-commerce - personalization and automation
- Autonomous stores in cooperation with technology companies
- Technologies for Soft POS
11:55 - 12:05 Shopping for credit. Payment cards for lendtechs
12:05 - 12:35 Part 2. Fintech for Consumer Finance
12:05 - 12:15 Evolution of business models on the Consumer Finance market - the organization’s adaptation to changes in the environment
How the market, banks, loan companies and realtors have evolved
12:15 - 12:35 Fintech dla Consumer Finance [TBC]
- Mobile as the future of the CF market
- Instruments for financing needs
- The future of cheap loans. The growing importance and adaptation to the needs of the loan companies market
- Consumer loans and consumer finance as a great challenge for the fintech industry
12:35 - 13:00 Insurtech Stage
Best Practice Sharing session (3x10)
Use of core technologies. New implementation
- E-signature, authentication
- Image recognition in the area of claim settlements
- IoT, Smart Analytics – examples from Israel
- Telematics. Collection and use of telematics data
13:00 - 13:30 Agency solutions
- Synergy between the insurer and agent. What can the insurer or technology companies do for agents?
- What is the difference between insurance companies’ strategies in this area - the use of technology vs. use of agents
- Trust between the distributor (agent) and product owner (insurance company)
- For agents and about agents. Are there tools for them? Have agents become more insurtech? Work in unusual conditions
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