The Nordic banking event “Vision 2030: Banking beyond the horizon” is going digital this fall.
The Nordic banking event “Vision 2030: Banking beyond the horizon” is going digital this f
Together with our Nordic KPMG offices we invite you to join us in October for a series of online events where we will discuss the future of the banking industry in the New Reality. Together with you and industry thought leaders from across the financial services ecosystem we will deep dive into questions regarding the importance of entrepreneurship and diversity in the fintech industry, new ways of working in the post-pandemic world and how the financial services industry can and will continue to transform to meet future demand and requirements.
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Entrepreneurship and diversity and the fintech industry
Tatiana Shalalvand, Investment Director at Inventure
Tatiana is an Investment Director at Inventure focusing on tech investments in the Nordic and Baltic region. Tatiana has a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Lund University and before becoming an investor she was the COO of the tech startup Sparta that was acquired in 2018. Tatiana was named one of Veckans Affärers super talents in 2019 and one of the Nordics 100 most influential people within technology in 2018.
Indra Sharma, Head of Early Stage Investments at Novax
Indra is responsible for early stage investments at Novax. Previously she was responsible for Nordic investments at EQT Ventures. Before becoming an investor, Indra worked at the payment unicorn Bambora Group that was acquired in 2017. She has a Master’s in Engineering from Uppsala University. Indra was named as one of the Inspiring Fifty Nordics in 2019 and in 2018 she was named one of Veckans Affärers super talents.
Raiha Buchanan, Founder and CEO of Gigapay and WIFTN
Raiha is the co-founder and CEO of Gigapay, a Fintech operating within the Gig economy space, and co-founder and CEO of WIFTN - a non-profit network for women within Fintech. Prior to this, she was CMO and ASEAN Expansion Director at Instantor. She has also held roles as Global Head of Digital at Bambora AB and Marketing Director at iZettle. Raiha has been listed as one of the top 75 Future Leaders of Sweden by Ledarna, and in 2019 listed as one of the 200 most powerful women in Fintech by Finnovate, and listed as one of the most inspirational Nordic women in tech, by Inspiring Fifty.
Ola Lowden, Founder and CEO of Omocom
Ola is a co-founder and CEO of Omocom, an insurance solution that uses data insights to drive sales on circular platforms. Ola is a lawyer with 8 years’ experience in data flows and digital trade. Ola has given lectures on the circular economy at universities and organizations such as the UN, WTO and CIFTIS as well as both the EU-parliament, Commission and the Swedish Riksdag.
Andrea Corneliussen, KPMG Norway Head of Financial Services, moderator
Andrea Corneliussen is the Head of Financial Services at KPMG Norway and has more than 15 years of experience from the banking industry. She has broad experience as a program manager, specialized in anti-money laundering, business development and lean management. Prior to KPMG, Andrea worked at Nordea where she led several projects to secure the bank’s ambitious goals within KYC and compliance in all Nordic markets.
The Future of Work
Daniel Susskind, New York Times Bestselling Author
Dr Daniel Susskind explores the impact of technology, particularly artificial intelligence, on work and society. He is a Fellow in Economics at Balliol College, Oxford University, where he teaches and researches. He is the co-author of the best-selling book The Future of the Professions, and the author of A World Without Work (January 2020), described by The New York Times as "required reading for any potential presidential candidate thinking about the economy of the future” and currently short-listed for the Financial Times and McKinsey & Co. Business Book of the Year Award 2020. His TED Talk, on the future of work, has been viewed more than 1.5 million times.
Jesper Nielsen, CEO at BEC
Jesper is CEO at BEC, one of Denmark’s oldest and largest fintech companies handling 20-30 % of the Danish banking customers with a complete IT platform for financial companies. He has a background from Danske Bank, where he held various executive positions, including interim CEO & head of Banking Denmark. In addition, Jesper has been chairman and board member in several financial and technology organizations, including e-nettet, MobilePay, Realkredit Danmark, and Finance Denmark.
Banking beyond the horizon
Sara Öhrvall, Chief Digital, Customer Experience and Communications Officer, SEB Group
Sara Öhrvall is responsible for strategic transformation at SEB within areas such as digital as well as sustainability. She is on the board of Bonnier Books, Bonnier News, Vinnova, SNS and is a member of the International Advisory Board for the Stockholm Resilience Centre. Sara is also Chair of the Pontus Schultz Foundation, which promotes greater sustainability, gender equality and diversity in business.
Klas Danielsson, CEO, SBAB Bank
Klas Danielsson is the CEO at SBAB Bank. He has over 30 years of experience from the banking industry and he is one of Sweden’s first Fintech entrepreneurs and founder of Nordnet AB (publ) and Nordnet Bank AB. Klas has been a board member of Ikano Banken, East Capital, The Swedish Securities Dealers Association, The Swedish Consumers’ Banking and Finance Bureau and Chairmen of the Board at SwedSec Licensiering AB.
Carl-Andreas Claussen, Senior Advisor Payments, Sweden Central Bank
Carl Andreas Claussen is Senior Advisor in the payments department of the Sveriges Riksbank- the Swedish Central Bank. He is deeply involved in the Riksbank’s e-krona project. He holds a Ph.D from the University of Oslo and has long experience from central banking in Sweden and abroad.