Financial IT 2017
- Most important IT project for banks this year: instant transfer system
- Preparation for the open bank – PSD2 and GDPR are around the corner
- Introducing the Hungarian fintech sector – Which ones are the most promising companies?
- Data analysis, telematics, self-driving cars and digitalization at insurance companies – Insurtech in Hungary
Something has finally broken the ice in the Hungarian financial sector: financial institutions started to notice the small, but agile fintech and insurtech companies which come up with salient ideas. In addition, the supposed enemies apparently see opportunities in each other. Portfolio’s conference might just be the place of turning meaningful encounters into grand businesses this year. After all, there will be leaders of fintech and insurtech companies, senior business and IT management of banks and insurance companies, and representatives of regulators discussing the hottest topics at the event. The digitalization of internal processes, the cyber security of financial institutions, fraud detection, blockchain, the replacement of core systems and innovative payment solutions will be on the agenda, as well. Not to mention that regulators also generate prominent IT projects in the bank sector. 2017 – among others – will be about the preparation for PSD2 and instant payment in the SEPA area , as well as about the MNB’s instant bank transfer system.
PARTICIPANTS OF THE CONFERENCE WERE:
AP Wilson Limited, ApPello Kft., ARDINSYS Zrt., Banksoft Kft., BÁV Faktor Zrt., Binarit Informatikai Zrt., BISZ, Blueopes, BnL Growth Partners, Brokerchooser, Budapest Bank Zrt., Business Process Consulting Zrt., Café PR Kft., Capture Zrt., CIB Bank, Citibank Europe PLC Magyarországi Fióktelepe, City-Faktor Zrt., CMS Budapest, Concorde Értékpapír Zrt., Danubius Expert Zrt., Deloitte Legal Erdős és Társai Ügyvédi Iroda, Deutsche Bank Hungary Branch, dr. Nagy Krisztina Anna Ügyvédi Iroda, EBRD, EQL Soft. Kft., Erste Bank Hungary Zrt., Euroventures Zrt., Excellence Trade Kft., EY, Faludi Wolf Theiss Ügyvédi Iroda, Festipay Zrt., FHB Bank Zrt., FinTech Group, FŐGÁZ Zrt., Fundamenta, Generali Biztosító Zrt., Genertel, Gere Ügyvédi Iroda, GIRO Zrt., Grant Thornton Corporate Finance Kft., Grape Solutions Zrt., Groupama Biztosító Zrt., Hunguard Kft., HWSW.hu, ICON, Initon, Intrum Justitia Követeléskezelő Zrt., IVSZ, K&H Biztosító, KPMG Tanácsadó Kft., L&P Solutions Kft., Lakatos, Köves és Társai Ügyvédi Iroda, Limitless, Lippert Kft., LocalTime PR, Loxon Solutions, Magyar Cetelem Bank Zrt., Magyar Kártya Zrt., Magyar Nemzeti Bank, Magyar Posta Biztosító Zrt., Mastercard Europe, McKinsey & Company, MFB Zrt., Microsec, Microsoft Magyarország Kft., Miskolci Egyetem GTK, MKB Bank Zrt., MKB Inkubátor Kft., Nemzeti Mobilfizetési Zrt., NHB Növekedési Hitel Bank Zrt., NN, Omikron Magyarország, Omnit Solutions Kft., Oracle Hungary Kft., Országos Fizetési Szolgáltató Zrt., OTP Bank Nyrt., OTP eBIZ Kft., Önkéntes Kibervédelmi Összefogás (KIBEV), Partnerhub Zrt., Pont Systems Zrt., PortfoLion Kockázati Tőkealap-kezelő Zrt., Posta Biztosító, PricewaterhouseCoopers Magyarország Kft., ProCons Kft., Pwc, Quattrosoft Kft., Raffeisen Bank Zrt., Referendum Kft., Retail House Kft., Sberbank Magyarország Zrt., ShiwaForce.com Zrt., Smartsurance Technologies Kft., Stratis Kft., SZIN Informatikai és Tanácsadó Kft., Takarékbank, Tangram Bt., TrezEx Hungária Zrt., T-Systems Magyarország, Unger Zsolt Kft., UniCredit Bank Hungary Zrt., UniCredit Business Integrated Solutions, Visa Europe, VISZ, Vodafone Hungary, W.up, Wyze...
DATE: 30th May 2017
LOCATION: SOFITEL Budapest Chain Bridge Hotel, Budapest, Hungary
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Parking: individually paid
Number of participants: 180-200
Participation fee: HUF 84 900 + VAT / person or EUR 275 + VAT / person
- 20% on 5 or more registration
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- IT development and IT security companies
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Financial IT 2017
Viktor BálintManaging Partner, BnL Growth Partners
Zoltán BánCEO, Net Média Zrt. (Portfolio)
Zoltán Bán started his professional career as a stock analyst and joined Portfolio.hu’s team in 2000 in this position. As the company grew his responsibilities grew with it. As of 1 October 2009 he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of NET Média Zrt. (Portfolio.hu). Mr. Bán obtained his degree in economics at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration, specializing in finance, in 2001 and became a chartered economist at ELTE in 2006. Besides managing the company he keeps an eye on the current issues of his former fields of expertise, i.e. the financial sector and the real estate market.
Levente JánoskutiPartner, McKinsey & Company
Levente is the managing partner of the Budapest office, who also leads the McKinsey Global Pricing Lab for corporate banking clients and a wider range of digital initiatives in Central Europe. Levente joined McKinsey in 2000 and took educational leave to complete a Masters in Finance at the London Business School in 2004. He has served leading financial institutions in Europe on key strategic, operational and organizational topics. Levente also brings significant experience in supporting financial services mergers. Outside of financial services, Levente has supported strategic, organizational and process-optimization efforts for clients in a variety of industries.
Gábor LemákThink Tank, FinTech Group
Péter RónaszékiFounder, Önkéntes Kibervédelmi Összefogás (KIBEV)
Péter Rónaszéki deals with information security and business continuity for 19 years. He started his career in Information Security as a Business Information Security Officer in CITIbank in 1998. He then moved to work for Budapest Bank (General Electric) in Budapest (2000), Hanover (2004) and Stamford, CT (2005). He returned to Budapest in 2006 taking a position of a Head of Operational, Information and Security Risk Management in ING Wholesale Bank. Between 2008 and 2012 Peter has been working as Head of Corporate Security in Lufthansa Systems Hungária Kft, where he manages and drives a company-wide information security program. Since 2012 he is the owner of FORTIX Consulting and Mysec Ltd. Peter holds a CISA, CISM and ISO27001 Lead Auditor certificates, he is a board member of ISACA Budapest Chapter and a founder-member of the voluntary cyber defence collaboration (KIBEV).
Gergely BacsóPartner, McKinsey & Company
Lajos BarthaDirector, National Bank of Hungary
Tibor BedőFounder / CEO, Brokerchooser
Béla BodnárCEO, W.up
Gabriella CsanakSenior Business Consultant, T-Systems Magyarország
Péter CsányiManaging Director, OTP Bank
Endre EölyüsDirector, MasterCard Europe
Tamás ErniCEO, Loxon Solutions
Tamas Erni is Managing Partner in Loxon Solutions. He has graduated from finance on the Budapest University of Economic Sciences. He started his career by Raiffeisen Bank Hungary in 1999 and later he worked for Ecostat Institut. He has moved to Loxon in 2001 and became responsible to build up the business consulting team of Loxon and manage several projects in transforming bank’s lending operations and risk management procedures, contributing to Loxon becoming the market leader in the CEE region’s risk management and lending software market. Based on this experience he was nominated to the position of partner in 2005-
Balázs FaluvégiCo-founder & Chief Investment Officer, Blueopes
Tamás FoltányiDirector, Erste Bank
Csaba Márton GallóManaging Director, CIB Bank
László HargitaiAdvisor, KPMG
Márk HetényiDeputy CEO, MKB Bank
Péter JakabCIO, Országos Fizetési Szolgáltató Zrt.
Attila KaszabDeputy CEO, K&H Biztosító
Attila Kaszab has obtained a degree in mechanical engineering from Bánki Donát Mechanical Technical College, and then an insurance technician degree from Budapest University of Technology. In 2000 he attended the executive training program of IMD Business School in Switzerland. He started his insurances career at Atlasz Biztosító where he worked as a large-scale industry risk taker. After that he continued his career with Zürich Biztosító, fulfilling various roles until 2002, and then from 2002 he was the non-life insurances director of Európa Biztosító for a short time. In 2004 he joined K&H Biztosító as the director responsible for non-life insurances, and in 2006 he became member of the national executive committee of K&H Group.
János KeneseiMember of the Board, Posta Biztosító
János Kenesei has obtained a degree of electrical engineer from the Budapest University of Technology. He was working for Accenture and IBM for 12 years, both in Hungary and abroad. His responsibilities included: business development through clients in the telecommunications and utilities sector; being an expert and project manager in the sales, customer relations and financial areas (strategy, business process and IT developments, restructuring). Since 2004 he has been an operative member of the Board of Directors at Magyar Posta Biztosító Group, the majority owner of which is the German Talanx Group. The areas related to customer services, IT and general supply fall under his leadership.
Tamás KókaiCEO, Initon
Anton KovachCEO, ShiwaForce.com
György MudriCEO, Wyze
Balázs RakovszkySenior Sales Manager, T-Systems Hungary
György SallaiPartner, KPMG
Zsolt SimonCEO, Genertel
Gábor SzabóDigital Architect, Microsoft
Dániel SzegőBlockchain Evangelist, Independent Advisor,
Dániel informatikai képzettséggel rendelkezik, IT-fejlesztőként, projektemenedzserként és műszaki igazgatóként is dolgozott, elvégezte a Certified Bitcoin Professional, MIT Fintech, MIT Cybersecurity képzéseket, pillanatnyilag a Microsoft Azure Blockchain as a Service témakörrel kapcsolatban dolgozik projekteken Frankfurtban.
László SzetnicsMobil Business Development Manager, MasterCard
László Szetnics holds a degree in economics. Following several years at ING Bank and ABN Amro Bank he took part in founding the local representative and business development office of Telenor Group. As a Business Development Director he was responsible for the group's expansion strategy in Hungary. From 2004 he worked at Pannon as a consultant then as the Head of Mobile Commerce Services he coordinated the development and deployment of mobile shopping and mobile payment services. Under his guidance the company launched such services as mobile toll stickers, mobile lottery and mobile parking that are still available for customers. László Szetnics joined MasterCard Budapest team in 2011. As Mobile Business Development Manager he is responsible for implementing remote and proximity payment solutions associated with bank cards in the Central and Eastern European region.
Szabolcs SzotaCEO, Kriph.io
Imre SztanóChair-CEO, NN
Béla VérManaging Director, ApPello Kft.
Pál VojácsekDeputy CEO, Ardinsys
Pál Vojácsek has obtained a software engineer degree from Széchenyi István University. Following his studies he took a job of technology expert with one of the largest gaming development company. Since 2006 he has been a strong member of the team of ARDINSYS Zrt., a company manufacturing financial and insurance software. As a systems designer he took part in many successful projects; since 2009 he is head of the insurance systems business.
Financial IT 2017
Section I: Neo-banks and digi-banks in Hungary
Section II: The digital revolution has reached insurance companies
Section III: Cyber security in the financial sector
Section IV: Introduction of the Hungarian fintech sector – Here are the most promising companies
Financial IT 2017
275 EUR + VAT/person
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