Coffee Break:
How Digital Strategy Helps
In Uncertain Times


Jürgen Pulm, CEO, RBS Services (Switzerland) Ltd and CDIO Private Banking Natwest Group

Jeff Sinnott, EVP, Vantage Bank Texas

Jouk Pleiter, CEO, Backbase

Tim Rutten, SVP, Backbase


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Join Jouk Pleiter, Jürgen Pulm, Jeff Sinnott, and Tim Rutten for an open discussion and Q&A session.

COVID-19 has revealed just how essential digital is in the current global economy. So as digital transformation experts, we’d like to help.

Now is not the time to put a halt on progress. Quite the contrary: this is when change really matters. We’ll share our early lessons and insights from the last few weeks of working remotely with our colleagues, and many of our customers.

So to keep your essential and strategic projects — especially digital — moving forward, we’ve invited four executives to this open-format session that will include a Q&A.

They’ll share a coffee and chat about navigating through these turbulent times, and above all, how to keep on innovating.


Date: Thursday, 2 April, 2020
Time: 10am ET/ 4pm CET

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