Future of Finance, Vietnam- Winning Digital Transition Workshop

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Day 1 - Wednesday,  11 January 2017


Winning Digital Transition Workshop
Wednesday,  11 January 2017

09:00 – 09:30

Welcome Note – David Gyori

09:30 - 10:45

The Digital Revolution in Banking

  • ICT is GPT: The New Role of Information-Communication Technology
  • FinTech: 30 Areas, 150 bn USD Investment, 15 000 Startups
  • Challenger Banks: Digital-Finity, Differentiated Value-Proposition
  • Case Studies: DBS Bank from Singapore, Atom Bank from UK
  • Group Exercise: The Banks versus FinTech Companies Box Game

10:45 – 11:00

Tea/ Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:00

Adequate Reactions to the Challenge

  • Coopetition: Why and How does Competition and Cooperation Blur?
  • The Red Queen Effect: How Evolutionary Biology Helps Winning?
  • Information Cascades: The New Way to Introduce Digital Products.
  • The Banking Innovation Paradox: Why are Banks Struggling so Hard?
  • Case Studies: TransferWise from UK, eToro from Israel, ICICI from India
  • Group Exercise: The Corporate Venture Fund Exercise

12:00 – 13:00


13:00 – 14:45

New Clients Need New Products and New Channels

  • Millenials: The Smartphone Generation, The MNOs, GAFA Bank
  • Payments: ApplePay, LoopPay, SelfPay, NFC – Beacon - QR
  • Services: Video Banking, The Anthropology of Channel-Transition
  • Channels: F2F -> Bricks2Clicks -> Multich. -> Omnich. -> Optich.
  • Case Studies: Moven from New York, SuperWallet from Poland
  • Group Exercise: Building AppleBank, Creativity the Steve Jobs Way

15:00 – 16:30

Tactics and Strategies to Win Digital Transition

  • Toyota Model: What can Banks Learn from the Automotive Industry?
  • Ambidextrous Organization: Is Silicon Valley Two Steps Ahead?
  • TRIZ: Digital Convergence in Parctice?
  • Case Studies: Citibank from USA, Barclays from UK
  • Group Exercise: The Innovation Committee Simulation

16:45 – 17:00

Summary and Evaluation

  • Concepts: What is Digital? How to Win? What to Overcome?
  • Next Steps: Resources, To-Dos, Tools, Trends

* Please note that this is a working agenda and topics and speakers will be updated frequently. 

For more information, please contact 
Melissa Ballesteros, Program Manager

Minh Tien Vu