Fintech without Borders. Eurasia Digital 2023
The forum is dedicated to the current state and prospects of development in banking, payment industry, fintech, and innovation in key Eurasian countries that are part of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), among others.
The main topics of the “Fintech without Borders. Eurasia Digital” forum include:
- Fintech as a driver of financial product and service development. Does investment determine fintech’s success?
- Central Bank Digital Currency. A third form of money. Perspectives for Central Asian countries.
- Open Banking and Open API. How will Open API technology change the traditional banking market?
- Financial marketplaces. Results and new forms of development.
- Ecosystem economy: one of the most important aspects of creating a marketplace.
- E-commerce. Key drivers and new growth points.
- Remote identification as freedom of choice for products and services.
- Instant payment systems. Can banks maintain their monopoly or will the “Banking as a Service” model prevail?
- Digital mortgage. Online loans with collateral and other relevant products.
- Cross-border money transfer market. Strategies and technologies.
- Security in banking and payment industry. From cybersecurity to banks’ cyber resilience and customer cybersecurity.
- Banks + Fintech or Banks = Fintech. Accelerating product creation and digital transformation in banks. Are these goals achievable?
- ATM networks. Global and regional situation. Where are we heading?
- Cryptocurrency industry. Experience and prospects of private cryptocurrencies.
- “New marketing,” “sales personalization,” or design thinking in creating new products and services. What benefits does a customer-focused approach bring?
- Digital customer profiles. Digital onboarding: a tool for customer engagement and retention.
- Development of national and international payment systems.
ACIR Southern Europe specialists will be present at the event, sharing their experience in implementing export projects between Southern Europe and Central Asia. They will also share the different instruments offered by the business ecosystem to solve various tasks of foreign trade.