Retail Bank and Brand Distribution

The Berkeley Hotel, London

13 October 2016

A Meeting of Minds Bank & Brand Distribution of Retail Financial Services - October 2016

A Meeting of Minds Bank & Brand Distribution of Retail Financial Services - October 2016

  • 13 Oct 2016

    The Berkeley Hotel, London

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The delegation is made up of senior decision makers representing those high street and online banks and brands which offer a range of third party financial products and services as well as those representing large membership organisations reviewing the third party financial services and products which may benefit their membership.

Uniting senior representatives from retail banking and the larger retailers who are offering financial services products and services, their common denominator is a focus on interfacing directly with the end consumer. The conversation encompasses distribution trends, client insights, regulation and product.

Participants include...

  • director level representatives from retail banking keen to explore new distribution strategies and to learn about product and service innovation
  • senior decision-makers representing those high street and on line brands which offer a range of third party financial products and services
  • those representing large membership organisations reviewing the third party financial services and products which may benefit their membership.

Its goal is to:

  • Enable participants to share strategic insights
  • Review best practice
  • Hear new thinking and understand the latest trends
  • Network and explore new business development opportunities

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Schedule of the Day

  • 08:15

    Breakfast - The Belgravia

  • 09:50

    Working Sessions 1

  • 11:00

    Coffee - The Gallery

    Networking & Blackberry time

  • 11:15

    Networking - The Ballroom

    Mini meetings - an opportunity to exchange business cards

  • 12:00

    Working Sessions 2

  • 13:10

    Lunch - The Ballroom

    A seated formal lunch

  • 14:00

    It's Not About Us, It's All About Them

    In a world turned upside down by technology, customer obsession is everything. Martin Butler, Author, Speaker and Strategic Advisor on winning the war for the 'modern customer'

  • 14:45

    Working Sessions 3 - Syndicate Rooms

  • 16:00

    Afternoon Tea - The Ballroom

    Networking & Blackberry time

  • 17:00

    Fizz Flows - Tattersalls

    More business cards to swap - an opportunity to relax with a glass of fizz and then wave goodbye

Sponsors & partners

Capital One

Affinion

Dignity

Junction Insurance

Speakers

  • Simon Hill

    Simon Hill

    CEO and Co-Founder, Wazoku

    Simon is an innovation leader and expert; he is a co-founder of employee innovation software company, Wazoku, and tech evangelist. Simon is an active author, blogger and speaker on topics relating to collaborative innovation, crowdsourcing, co-creation, intrapreneurship and more. His expertise has been recognised extensively, being awarded the prestigious title of Guardian SME Leader of the Year 2014 and noted as a Top 15 influencer in crowdsourcing both in 2013 and 2014. He is also an Angel Investor and advisor to several B2B and B2C early stage tech businesses. “All organisations need to innovate, solve problems and generate new ideas to meet objectives. People are a business's greatest resource when doing so. By engaging a broader set of voices in discussions, new perspectives and valuable insights can be gained, implemented, measured and realised faster - so find good people and get them talking!“

  • Martin Butler

    Martin Butler

    Author & Speaker

    Born into retail, Martin Butler is a true hybrid – part retailer, part marketer. During a 30 year career dedicated to understanding the modern customer Martin has worked in top international agencies and in the 1980’s became one of London’s youngest advertising agency owners by launching his own company – eventually co-creating one of the capitals largest privately owned marketing agency groups. As Jon Stine, Intel Corporation remarked, “Martin knows the store (modern customers) from ‘both sides of the till!” Indeed Martin truly knows what it takes to succeed when it comes to the ever changing, ever demanding, modern customer. As an entrepreneur, a marketer, and more recently author, lecturer and high-end retail consultant, he has worked with many leading names.

  • Peter Neufeld

    Peter Neufeld

    Proposition Development, EY

    Over his career Peter has provided strategic insight, creative thinking, and reliable technology to some of the most successful businesses in the world. He has built digital agencies and developed award winning digital experiences, programmes and solutions for start-ups, SME's and Fortune 500 companies that created new customers and measurable efficiencies.

  • Cris Beswick

    Cris Beswick

    Founder & CEO, The Future Shapers

    Originally trained as a product & industrial designer, Cris Beswick spent over a decade as a successful entrepreneur & CEO building an award-winning design group. After structuring a full exit in 2008 he founded The Future Shapers, a niche innovation consultancy specialising in working with CEOs and senior teams on the strategy, leadership and culture required for innovation. As such Cris has coached, advised and delivered keynotes to some of the worlds most successful companies on how to become exceptional by building game-changing innovation capability and embedding it into organisational culture. Cris has also delivered executive education programmes on innovation for leading UK business schools such as Henley Business School, Southampton Business School and Cranfield University’s Centre for Competitive Creative Design as well as international business schools such as Synergy Business School in Dubai and Icesi University in Columbia. Cris is also the author of the book 'The Road to Innovation’ and his next book ‘Building a Culture of Innovation’ will be published by Kogan Page in late 2015. As well as authoring numerous white papers Cris has also contributed to articles for The Times, Financial Times and The Sunday Telegraph to name but a few.

Location

The Berkeley Hotel, London


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