Registration form Eye on Banking & Insurance seminar

Date: 24-11-2022
Time: 10:00 - 18:30 hour
Place: Voordorpsedijk 28b, 3737 BK Groenekan

During the day a number of leading speakers will give you their vision on various current topics and together we’ll take a deep dive into our main theme: How can banks & insurers create long-term value by using sustainability as a driver to transform?

This content is offered to you by EY Netherlands.

What can you expect of the day?

  • Morning

    10:00 – 10:20 Walk-in/registration

    10:30 – 10:45 Opening

    10:45 – 11:00 Setting the scene by Gillian Lofts

    11:00 – 12:30 Specific Banking and Insurance breakout sessions

    Choose from the following sessions and create your own program!

  • Round 1 - 11:00-11:30

    • Session a | Banking | Harnessing the integrity and the safety of financial services
      Financial crimes, fraud and cyber threats continue to be on the news as top threats for financial institutions. Over the years, criminals have achieved a higher degree of sophistication, leveraging complex schema and techniques, as well as advanced cyber-enabled attacks. Financial Institutions play a central role in detecting and responding to these crimes. Their investments support building trust within the ecosystem and contribute to a safer and more secure society. How will the role of financial institutions further evolve? What other cards will they play to fight these crimes even more effectively? How can financial institutions leverage their existing and different capabilities to achieve better outcomes?
      Facilitated by Rudrani Djwalapersad, Giulio Colla and Renata Fernandes Monteiro
    • Session b | Banking | How the rise of PayTech is reshaping the payments landscape – seven forces shaping the future of payments
      We believe the payments industry is going through a period of radical transformation. The rapid development of new payment technologies is dramatically reshaping how banks and traditional payment providers think about their payments businesses today. As traditional players assess their existing payments strategies and operating models, they must decide on the most effective way to transform their approach, to ultimately offer ‘value beyond payments.
      Facilitated by Alla Gancz
    • Session c | Insurance | The future of insurance and the implications of global ESG trends on the insurance sector
      What does the future of insurance look like? What are the challenges and opportunities for insurers and what are the key global ESG trends and developments impacting the insurance sector?
      Facilitated by Gillian Lofts (Global Sustainable Finance Leader at EY) and Peter Manchester (EMEIA Insurance Sector Leader)
  • Round 2 - 11:30-12:00

    • Session a | Insurance | Discussion with the Dutch insurance sector on the implications of ESG
      Less than half of climate related losses are typically insured, in addition overcoming social and governance related challenges are central in designing a more sustainable economy. Join a panel discussion with Lidwien Suurs (executive board Achmea), Gillian Lofts (global sustainable finance leader at EY) and Peter Manchester (EMEIA Insurance sector leader)
    • Session b | Banking | Power frictionless business by accelerating innovation and use of modern technology
      Powerful forces for change are reshaping the financial services industry, and financial institutions are facing a pivotal point in their evolution. Empowering frictionless business by accelerating innovation, unlocking value in ecosystems and powering next-horizon business models is one of the key objectives in the market.
      EY Nexus is a business transformation solution optimized for Financial Services. It accelerates innovation, unlocks value in ecosystems and powers frictionless customer experiences.
      Facilitated by Reinier Plantiga
    • Session c | Banking | Business Banking decarbonization – create more value, make a measurable difference, accelerate the transition to a fair and sustainable future
      Many major banks have indicated their intention to decarbonize. Banks are rapidly maturing in their approaches to climate change scenario analysis and stress testing as this is heavily regulated, making them well-placed to implement decarbonization strategies. These decarbonization strategies bring both challenges and opportunities. The new market potential may evolve, but how do you define a successful strategy for SMEs and set yourself up for success?
      Facilitated by Jeroen van der Kroft
  • Round 3 - 12:00-12:30

    • Session a | Banking | Harnessing the integrity and the safety of financial services (2)
      Financial crimes, fraud and cyber threats continue to be on the news as top threats for financial institutions. Over the years, criminals have achieved a higher degree of sophistication, leveraging complex schema and techniques, as well as advanced cyber-enabled attacks. Financial Institutions play a central role in detecting and responding to these crimes. Their investments support building trust within the ecosystem and contribute to a safer and more secure society. How will the role of financial institutions further evolve? What other cards will they play to fight these crimes even more effectively? How can financial institutions leverage their existing and different capabilities to achieve better outcomes?
      Facilitated by Rudrani Djwalapersad, Giulio Colla and Renata Fernandes Monteiro
    • Session b | Banking | How the rise of PayTech is reshaping the payments landscape – seven forces shaping the future of payments (2)
      We believe the payments industry is going through a period of radical transformation. The rapid development of new payment technologies is dramatically reshaping how banks and traditional payment providers think about their payments businesses today. As traditional players assess their existing payments strategies and operating models, they must decide on the most effective way to transform their approach, to ultimately offer ‘value beyond payments.
      Facilitated by Alla Gancz

    • Session c | Insurance | Global insurtech top 100 report and discussion with Insurtechs on the role of Insurtechs in Sustainable Insurance
      Sustainability will have significant impact across all operations and the entire insurance value chain. What is the role of Insurtechs in sustainable insurance? And what Insurtechs focus on ESG. Sønr will give their view on the recently launched global top 100 Insurtech report, followed by a panel discussion with ESG focused Insurtechs.
  • Network lunch with demos - 12:30 – 14:00

    12:30 – 14:00
    Demo: Service now | Customer Credit Remediation (Banking)
    Demo: EY Nexus / EY Sustainability Metrics for Insurance Navigator (Insurance)
    Demo: Blockchain (Banking)

  • Afternoon

    Key speakers and panelists will be talking about the latest developments in the field of ESG, COP27, and how financial institutions can use sustainability as a way to transform towards long-term value creation.

    14:00 – 14:15 Opening the afternoon program

    14:15 – 14:45 Keynote by Geert Noels

    14:45 – 15:15 1st Panel discussion ‘The Industry Leader’ (featuring David Knibbe, CEO of NN Group in conversation with Jacqueline v/d Ende, CEO of Carbon Equity)

    15:30 – 16:15 2nd Panel discussion ‘Strategic priorities for banking and insurance sector’ (featuring Jeroen Broekema, Lidwien Suur and Jacqueline v/d Ende)
    Recorded as a live Podcast.

    16:15 – 18:30 Drinks & street food bites

    We hope to welcome you on the 24th of November!

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