What’s happening at Money 20/20 EU?
Ralph Hamers, speaking about “The secure bank of the future” and the digital solutions we can apply to deal with the increasing risks that come with digitalisation. With his keynote, he kicked off Money 20/20 EU 2019 for ING.
But Ralph is not our only speaker, chief innovation officer Benoît Legrand and CEO of Yolt, Frank Jan Risseeuw, are also taking the stage in the coming days. The ING Café is also buzzing with activity, featuring live podcast recordings with ING experts, a fintech playground where people can meet and greet with fintech colleagues and live content sessions on DLT and AI.
Tuesday is all about the future of banking and beyond banking, while Wednesday is dedicated to our innovation culture. Look out for all the updates here!
#M2020EU 2019 has already come to an end. We had an amazing time, getting new insights, meeting inspiring people and sharing our thoughts on #innovation and the future of banking. Thank you all! pic.twitter.com/tLthg8TH7W— ING (@ING_news) June 5, 2019
“We’re now in the third stage of innovation, where it is all about the impact you make for the customer.” - our chief #innovation officer @_benoitlegrand in conversation with @JeffTijssen from @11FS. #INGCafe #M2020EU #innovationculture pic.twitter.com/vWmSlQas7b— ING (@ING_news) June 5, 2019
"We need to open ourselves up through partnerships & investments. Invest in, and partner fintechs that can help bring customer value. Collaboration with fintechs is crucial to improving the customer experience by making banking personal, instant, relevant & seamless" #M2020EU pic.twitter.com/Qllm048lPz— ING (@ING_news) June 5, 2019
Raisin’ their game
Yolt has been busy at Money20/20 EU with two major announcements. In a speech this afternoon, CEO Frank Jan Risseeuw announced a partnership with pan-European savings marketplace Raisin that will provide European Yolt users in-app access to Raisin’s savings products.
‘’It’s partnerships like these that really raise the bar in the money management space,’’ said Frank Jan.
In a second announcement, Frank Jan announced that Yolt would support open banking capabilities for three new clients. The Yolt for Business API, provides aggregation services to selected ING markets and will now support leading fintechs Payvision, the Netherlands-based global acquirer and payment processing platform and Funding Options, the small business funding comparison platform.
“Only with the right culture can a company innovate and transform. It’s not about technology, but about people.” @_benoitlegrand shares his vision on #innovation culture at #M2020EU. pic.twitter.com/Wt245tIhNY— ING (@ING_news) June 3, 2019
Distributed Ledger Technology has significantly changed the financial sector. Our experiments with #DLT have so far yielded 44 proofs of concept and eight live pilots. The result? Watch this video! #blockchain #innovation #M2020EU #Distributedledgertechnology pic.twitter.com/9hax00sBNA— ING (@ING_news) June 3, 2019
Our CEO Ralph Hamers has just finished his #M2020EU keynote, where he appealed to the audience to come together to use #technology to tackle the growing non-financial risks that come with digitalisation. #innovation #AI #DLT #platforms pic.twitter.com/qPP8Gh8LC7— ING (@ING_news) June 3, 2019
Our CEO Ralph Hamers will be on stage at #M2020EU with a keynote about the "The secure bank of the future" and the digital solutions we can apply to deal with the increasing risks that come with digitalisation. #innovation #AI #platforms pic.twitter.com/cQCPcpaWhO— ING (@ING_news) June 3, 2019