Program

14. 11. 2018

Hotel Park Inn by Radisson Danube Bratislava

08:00

Registration

09:00

Opening Speech

Moderator: Tomas Matraia (IT) - Director, The Adwisers

Martin Peter (SK)

Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic

Andy Garth (UK)

British Ambassador to Slovakia

Martin Kubík (SK)

Tatra Banka

Ivan Štefanec (SK)

European Parliament

10:00
PANEL DISCUSSION

Robotisation of the financial sector

What particular improvements will digitalisation mean for the work of financial market – what aspects will it cover? In what areas can AI be implemented? What will these changes mean for customers and what benefits will it bring to financial institutions?

Peter Pašek (SK)

Accace Slovakia

11:00
CASE STUDY

ZAPPY AI

Quick conversation about Zappy and its Cognitive Robotic Process Automation abilities. Introducing “Zappy Analytics” - Process Mining capabilities which help an organisation save up to 30% on operating costs.

11:15

Coffee break

11:45
CASE STUDY

Creating robo-advisory investment platform

Finax is a first robo-advisory platform in Slovakia. Finax provides fully online investment solution, based on Nobel Prize winning theories. It invests in ETFs, the new hype of investment industry, using modern tax benefits in order to avoid taxation of capital gains. See how a robo-advisory platform is cooked and what ingredients we use to make the best possible experience of investing.

12:05
CASE STUDY

New to Bank Customer Loan Using Face(bio)

How is it possible that Tatra banka trusts Facebiometry so much that you can borrow money just using mobile app?

Dušan Slimák (SK)

Tatra Banka

Peter Martiš (SK)

Innovatrics

12:35
CASE STUDY

Natural Language Processing

What is Natural Language Processing (NLP)? How can practical business challenges be tackled with NLP? NLP behind the scenes and demo will be presented.

Alexander Kabirov (RU)

PricewaterhouseCoopers Slovakia

12:50
CASE STUDY

Chatbots in Fintech

What is chatbot, what is the underlying technology and how can it be used in the financial industry?

Boris Haviar (SK)

Chatbotech

13:15

Lunch

14:15
CASE STUDY

The Secret of Investing Successfully

Psychology presents the greatest source of potential advantage over other, less disciplined investors. The investor's biggest problem- and even his worst enemy is likely to be himself. We begin to manage risk by controlling the controllable.

Jakub Křivan (SK)

C-Quadrat Wealth Management

14:45

Coffee break

15:15
PANEL DISCUSSION

FinTech and our Behaviour on the Financial Market

How can new technologies help understand intensions of clients, assist in their profiling and, eventually provide the most effective solutions which are truly personalised? What is the added value of AI and digital environment in motivating customers to manage their personal finances in a smart way?

Thomas Oberlechner (AT)

BehaviorQuant

16:15
CASE STUDY

DataSine

17:00
08:00

Registration

09:00

Opening Speech

Moderator: Tomas Matraia (IT) - Director, The Adwisers

Martin Peter (SK)

Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic

Andy Garth (UK)

British Ambassador to Slovakia

Martin Kubík (SK)

Tatra Banka

Ivan Štefanec (SK)

European Parliament

10:00
PANEL DISCUSSION

Fintech vs. Traditional Actors – how to Create a Healthy Environment

We are therefore facing several challenges - how should traditional institutions react to the new ecosystem? What does it mean to regulate such environment, how can fintechs be integrated in the most feasible way in order to create a complementary and healthy, competitive system? What measures should the regulators adopt so that risks are eliminated and opportunities are maximised?

Rory O’Kane (UK)

Department for International Trade

11:00
CASE STUDY

Credit Card Stronger than Law? Chargeback over the Law

Chargebacks are a forced transaction reversal initiated by the cardholder’s bank. They differ from traditional refunds in one simple way: rather than contact the business for a refund, the consumer goes over the merchant’s head and asks the bank to forcibly remove funds from the business’s bank account. Chargebacks were designed as a form of consumer protection. But state and industry regulations have not kept pace with rapid changes in technology and payment options, and this has allowed chargebacks to become weapons consumers can use against merchants.

Jakub Žák (SK)

Poláček & Partners

11:15

Coffee break

11:45
PANEL DISCUSSION

Role of Fintechs in Research and Development: Outsourcing vs. Internal Research

Moderator: Tomas Matraia (IT) - Director, The Adwisers

What is the added value of fintechs, how can they support traditional financial institutions in the most effective way instead of pushing them out of the market? Are there any ways in which traditional actors can integrate fintechs into their operations and use their capacities instead of costly internal research? What are the benefits and risks related to such cooperation?

Tomáš Vyšný (SK)

The Booster Labs

Gábor Fodor Papp (HU)

Family Finances

12:35
CASE STUDY

Dateio

12:45
CASE STUDY

Elevator Lab

Why is a bank opening a lab?

Michal Satur (SK)

Tatra Banka

13:05
CASE STUDY

Altfinator

Altfinator's aim is to increase awareness about alternative financing for innovative SMEs.

Martin Vlachynský (SK)

PEDAL Consulting

13:15

Lunch

14:15
PANEL DISCUSSION

‚Sandbox‘ – Testing Platform for Fintechs

Moderator: Tomas Matraia (IT) - Director, The Adwisers

The so-called regulatory sandbox offers an opportunity for fintechs to examine the market and test, whether the created business model is able to adapt to the legislative environment and has a chance to succeed. Whether we speak about administrative obligations, target groups or possible business results – this system creates an unforeseen occasion for new actors to prepare for expansion of their businesses. What is the added value of such an instrument? To what extent is global implementation of sandbox realistic?

Martin Peter (SK)

Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic

Maria Staszkiewicz (CZ)

Czech Fintech Association

14:45

Coffee break

15:15
CASE STUDY

Blockchain and the Drive Towards a Cashless Society

Same as the first issued coin Florin from the 13th century encouraged the international trade on the old continent, the new technological paradigm shift such as the Blockchain technology drives us towards a new, cashless society.

Ondrej Sarnecký (SK)

Blockchain Consultant

15:30
CASE STUDY

Current Trends in Cryptocurrencies

What are the current trends in cryptocurrencies? What developments can we expect in the future?

Martin Lindák (SK)

Pro Partners Holding

15:45
CASE STUDY

Blockchain Driven Claim Processing

Insights into current trends of transforming claim management systems in insurance sector with tools such as digital automation, robotisation and presenting the next big thing – “Blockchainization”.

Lukáš Cader (SK)

PricewaterhouseCoopers Slovakia

16:05
CASE STUDY

Blockchain not only for Cryptocurrencies

Blockchain is known mainly from cryptocurrencies, but more and more often this term is mentioned in connection with the acceleration of business. Its greatest advantage is inherent resistance to modification of the records. Data transparency and resistance to additional edits is ensured and guaranteed by a consensual decentralized peer-to-peer network

17:00
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