Connecting organisations and people, helping to shape the bank of tomorrow on January 30, 2020 in Luxembourg

The banking landscape continues to shift severely. Low interest rates, new market entrants, fast fintech developments and new rules force the industry to reinvent itself. Our quest for the future of banking is locally oriented and spiced by an international taste of inspiration.

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How can banks remain true trust providers in the future? Find out at #TBSCONF20LUX.

On the verge of this long-term transformation, The Banking Scene inspires those bankers who embrace the opportunities ahead to create a culture of innovation.

Passionate about banking and related technologies, we accelerate networking and bring together likeminded colleagues that are open for thought-provoking dialogues.

The Banking Scene is also a conference that gathers industry leaders, banking guru's and influencers to debate the future of banking and tackle the discomfort that comes with change.

In Luxembourg, we meet in Confiserie Namur, the best place for a drinks and bites after the speaking sessions!

This year's theme will be "TRUST". We will discuss the value of trust in the banking and payments industry with the objective to answer a few essential questions:

  • Why would organisations and people continue to do business with banks?
  • How can the industry make sure to remain trustworthy in digital times?
  • What are the key challenges?

For the first time, we'll have Sarunas Legeckas, General Manager Greater Europe of N26 in Luxembourg, in a panel with Thomas Steiger, CEO of VP Bank Luxembourg and Bruno Houdmont, CEO of Banque Degroof Petercam Luxembourg.

The energy and vibrant discussions during the sessions and breaks are exactly why we organise this kind of events. So we stay loyal to the concept of the first edition: an afternoon full of inspiration, followed by a few drinks and food.

Of course, we have already a few specialist speakers confirmed.

“The Banking Event brings you up-to-speed with the most important movements in the sector, provides usable use cases and gives you ample opportunity to exchange experiences with your fellow bankers.”

Bart Beeusaert,
Director Digital Banking & Product Development, Bank Nagelmackers

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