Challenge banking as you know it!

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Ideas on Innovation

Without a doubt, banking as we know it will go through radical changes in the future. Rapidly developing technology, challengers, shifting customer demands and new regulation will all drive the sector forward. During a three-day programme, relevant developments from inside and outside the financial sector will be discussed. With inspiring key-note speeches, workshops led by renowned experts, and a 48-hour hackathon, ABN AMRO is challenging you to come get inspired. Share your vision and ideas with bankers, fintechs, supervisors, clients, students, geeks, stakeholder organisations, NGOs and other interested parties.

Help build the future of banking

Among the speakers will be the famous fintech expert David Brear and Sean Carney, Philips' Chief Design Officer. Over the next few weeks, once confirmed, the other speakers will be listed on www.beyondbanking.nl

The hackathon provides teams of up to five people the opportunity to go right ahead and realise their best ideas for future banking on the spot. The winners earn themselves one of various prizes.

CEO of Commercial Banking Daphne de Kluis: ‘We're all asking ourselves how the banking sector will change and develop over time. Who knows what the future will bring? What's certain is that ABN AMRO is continuously looking for ways to add value for our clients. You are warmly invited to join an interesting mix of enthusiastic people at this event and build towards the future of banking.’

To read more about this event and to sign up for it, go to beyondbanking.nl.

Partners Beyond Banking Days

During the event, relevant developments from inside and outside the financial sector will be discussed. ABN AMRO Beyond Banking Days' partners include Github, Transavia, Philips Hue, Exact, Microsoft, IBM, KPN and Messagebird.

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