Digital Finance World 2017LOCATION: Frankfurt, Germany DATE: Wednesday, March 01, 2017 - Thursday, March 02, 2017
Where the Finance World Talks Innovation
Digital Finance World (DFW) on March 01-02, 2017 in Frankfurt, the only city with 2 Central Banks. Interact with a targeted and engaged audience, enjoy an unparalleled content depth, get guidance for critical decisions on the digital transformation of your enterprise.
2 days packed with hottest information about blockchains, bitcoins, Big Data and the Internet of Value. Listen to internationally renowned digital transformation thought leaders, finance industry professionals, FinTech 2.0 founders, analysts and blockchain experts. The parallel trade show assembles specialized exhibitors such as fintechs, technology developers and financial institutes from all over the world. See how you can prepare for future challenges following the customer’s connected path and network with other players in the market.
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Top Reasons to Attend
Blockchain, Cybercrime, Identity Management for Finance and Insurance –Digital Finance World (DFW) deals with these three late-breaking topics, not more, not less. Instead of beating around the bush and getting an overload of information, you’ll hear what’s really needed to stay competitively viable and secure in the coming years of disruptive digital transformation.
The rate of cybercrime is growing in every industry; today no one is safe from digital evil. The finance industry however is one of the biggest attack targets, not least because of its business model: money. The main reasons are either robbery or political motivation. In any case, there are cyber risks of all kinds involved.
Hear from experienced security professionals in all-sizes of finance and insurance companies from around the world present best practices to avoid becoming a victim or, at least, how to mitigate the outcome of attacks. In the end, this will help you to save effort and money as well as keep your reputation as a strong and reliable partner for customers and collaborators.
Onboarding numerous new clients demands a lot of administrative and financial effort for both banks and insurance companies. KYC processes are, on the one hand, a must due to ever new risks involved with customer identities, while on the other hand companies also profit from knowing their customers and their individual risk profiles. How can blockchain technology help to ease the necessary steps and what does that mean for security and privacy? These are some of the things that will be discussed here in great detail.
Is the blockchain right for you? What’s the best way to start with distributed ledger technology? Discuss these burning questions with internationally recognized industry practitioners, thought-leaders and analysts! Dive deep into the concept of distributed ledgers and be among the first who profitably move beyond conventional centralized services without losing sight of security demands. Strengthen your competence in the Digital Transformation of Finance and Insurance!
Everyone involved in banking and insurance as well as tech today now seems to have heard about blockchains. Most, however, have difficulty explaining and applying the concept to their own business. Apart from a few consortiums of large global companies, everybody seems to go his own isolated way. However, instead of thinking in terms of competition, it helps everyone to discuss with others where the real potentials of blockchains lie. Many small and medium sized banks and insurance providers will get into trouble trying to go along the blockchain alone. It would be far better to collaborate in order not to be crushed by oligarchic conglomerates. Share your experiences and team up for innovative and highly secure blockchain business!
- Registration fee:
plus 19% VAT
- Contact person:
Ms. Bettina Buthmann
+49 211 23 70 77 23
- Mar 01 - 02, 2017 Frankfurt, Germany