Watch this recorded discussion where we chat to the team behind the recent report.
The results of the recent survey commission by KPMG in Poland and the Polish Banks Association confirm that there is a consensus as to how representatives of banks and TPPs (Third Party Providers) see the future ahead.
Topics we will cover during the conversation:
- Who banks see as their competitors.
- Trust and third party providers.
- Differences in perception of third party providers between generations.
Panelists for this discussion:
Maciej Kostro, Secretary of the Electronic Banking Council, Polish Banking Association
Open banking expert and strategic consultant in the area of digital business, online sales of complex products (e.g. banking & insurance), user and customer experience.
Michał Podgajny , Director, Management Consulting, KPMG in Poland
Michał has extensive experience in the transformation of banking structures, having supported wide-ranging projects such as launching new banking operations on the market and business and operational transformation of banks including running down of banking activities.
Marcin Jankowski, Associate Director, Management Consulting, KPMG in Poland
Marcin has been associated with the financial sector for almost 15 years. Prior to joining KPMG he was involved in establishing new ventures – one lending company and one collection agency with the goal to develop innovative firms both from product and process angle.
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