FinTech Ecosystems and Challenges – with N. Gehrke from Tokyo FinTech Meetup
For our first cross-meetup event, we’ll have the great pleasure to welcome Norbert Gehrke, founder of the Tokyo FinTech Meetup. “FinTech” has been one of the major buzz words of 2017 and Norbert will discuss the latest trends in the FinTech ecosystems in the US, China and Japan, review select case studies of incumbents taking up the FinTech challenge, and prime examples of innovation in Banking, Insurance and Payments. Yes, blockchain will be part of the discussion 🙂
ApéroTalk is our events series based on a very simple (and very French) concept: Apéro and Talk.
• 7:00 pm – Door opens
• 7:30 pm – Talk and Q&A by Norbert
• 8:30 pm – Networking session
About Norbert Gehrke
Norbert Gehrke is a Senior Program Director in the Strategy Office of AIG Japan Holdings, where he is helping the organization to refresh the mid- to long-term strategy.
Prior to joining AIG in January 2017, Norbert held various leadership roles in capital markets in New York, London and Tokyo. He was the Managing Director responsible for the Cross-Divisional Projects & Architecture (XDIV) team at Goldman Sachs, and the Managing Director responsible for the Technology Programme Services (TPS) and Global Test Centre (GTC) teams at Barclays Investment Bank. Most recently, he has performed executive consulting roles, advising financial services clients on FinTech, innovation, and agile business practices.
Norbert is also the founder of the Tokyo FinTech Meetup, a community of 900+ individuals exploring all aspects of financial technology, innovation & disruption. He is also an adjunct lecturer for the New York University School of Professional Studies, Tokyo Campus.
About Le Wagon Tokyo
Le Wagon Tokyo (https://www.lewagon.com/tokyo) is a codingschool for startups, creative people and tech entrepreneurs. Our 9-week Full-Stack Coding Bootcamp (https://www.lewagon.com/program) is designed for complete beginners or “half-beginners” who really want to dive into programming and, above all, change their mindset. Learn to think like a developer, consider issues with new insight, and become more autonomous thanks to these newly acquired abilities.
The next Tokyo batch will start on April 16th and applications are open. (https://www.lewagon.com/apply/tokyo) Still considering whether to apply or not? Try our free online track! (https://www.lewagon.com/learn-to-code)