The FinTech industry is evolving rapidly with Big Data and AI steadily becoming the staples of the modern fintech industry. This data harvesting has resulted in invaluable insights for the sector to use and drive the growth of FinTechs around the globe.
This event will look deeper at the interplay between fintech and big data to learn about how the landscape of financial services is going to evolve in the near future. It will also address the remaining challenges of Big Data in FinTech as well as how companies can use data science to enable better decisions. Leading banks and FinTech companies will discuss the future of FinTech and the key to succeed in the Singapore landscape.
The panel discussion will be followed by a networking session with drinks and snacks.
4.30 pm Registration Opens
5.00 pm Welcome & Opening Speech
5.05 pm Opening Remarks by Ms Patrycja Wisniewska (Blacksmith KYC)
5.15 pm Moderated Panel Discussion with Q&A
– Ms Lauren Liang (Swiss Re)
– Mr Peter Sasi (greehill)
– Mr Alex Panican (LHoFT)
– Mr Jan Ziomek (The Polish Financial Supervision Authority)
5.45 pm Closing Remarks by Ms Nynke Postma (Blacksmith KYC)
6.00 pm Networking Session with Drinks & Snacks
7.30 pm END
The organisers reserve the right to change the programme content without giving prior notification or any reasons thereof.
Global Head of Partnerships and Propositions Innovation
Lauren is the Global Head of Partnerships and Propositions Innovation for Swiss Re L&H Solutions covering Asia, EMEA, and the Americas. She and her team develop partnerships with data, tech, and health and wellness companies; her team also develops, tests and delivers innovative solutions anchored by Swiss Re’s risk knowledge for insurance and non-insurance clients.
Prior to Swiss Re, Lauren held roles in finance, business development, M&A and innovation at General Electric, NBC Universal, Nielsen and MetLife Innovation Centre in NYC and Singapore.
Lauren is fluent in English, Mandarin Chinese, and Bahasa Indonesia and holds a BBA from the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business. She is based in Singapore.
Peter Sasi is Vice President of greehill Asia-Pacific, former founder of MPS (in FinTech digitalization) also founder and president of the Central and Eastern European Chamber of Commerce (Singapore). He is a digital transformation expert and evangelist driving cutting-edge digitization of urban greenery and smart city infrastructure management for sustainability and climate resilience.
Luxembourg House of Financial Technology (LHoFT)
Alex Panican is the Deputy CEO of the Luxembourg House of Financial Technology (LHoFT), where he supports innovation within the fintech and the financial industry. Serial entrepreneur with more than 15 years of experience in Business Strategy, Digital Transformation and Innovation, Alex is also a professor in Business Strategy and Digital Marketing. He holds an MBA in Strategy from the University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada.
The LHoFT aims to drive digitalisation and innovation in the Luxembourg financial industry and build a collaborative ecosystem of innovators across all sectors of the domestic and international community, including traditional financial services firms, government, regulators, universities, investors and, of course, startups.
Head of the Innovation Development Team, FinTech Financial Innovation Department
Polish Financial Supervision Authority
Team manager in FinTech Department at Polish Financial Supervision Authority. His team is responsible for Innovation Hub Programme, issuing legal interpretations, as well as supporting FinTech development.
He participated in the development of e.g., The positions of the Polish Financial Supervision Authority regarding the principles of functioning of the so-called investment crowdfunding platforms, Warning of the Polish Financial Supervision Authority about the risks associated with the acquisition and trading of cryptocurrencies (including virtual currencies and cryptocurrencies) and the position of the Office of the Polish Financial Supervision Authority on issuing and trading crypto assets.
A lawyer by education, admitted to Warsaw District Bar Association.
Chief Operating Officer
Patrycja is a driven leader with over 15 years of experience in digital transformation within the financial industry. She played a key role at ING Benelux in delivering differentiating experiences to banking customers who moved from branches to online. Among others, she worked on the first ING’s mobile banking app, on the introduction of digital payments, laid the foundations of advanced analytics and helped develop partnerships with fintech companies.
Over the last 3 years in Singapore, she has hammered out the product side of Blacksmith KYC. As a result, Blacksmith KYC has now been adopted globally by ING Bank to perform customer due diligence on wholesale banking clients. Today, Patrycja’s focus is on expanding Blacksmith’s offering towards other financial institutions, fintech companies and KYC-related services.
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