Meet our speaker - Katharina Lüth

Katharina  Lüth

Katharina Lüth

Raisin

Katharina Lüth

Raisin

  

BIO

VP of Europe at Raisin. She is responsible for scaling the platform internationally and running the non-German language platforms allowing customers from across the European Union access to higher interest and better savings products with the highest convenience possible. Prior joining Raisin, Katharina spent 7 years with McKinsey & Company. As a senior project manager she mainly served major European universal and private banks. Main focus areas were asset management/private banking, pricing, advisory concepts, and lean transformations. Key projects included project lead on a large scale transformation for a major European bank, development of a post-crisis strategy for a number of Private Banks and Asset Managers, as well as a cross-European analysis of deposit products. Katharina worked predominantly across Europe but also in Latin America and Africa. Katharina holds an MBA from IESE Business School as well as a BSc. in International Business with a major in Finance from both Northeastern University, MA and Reutlingen University.

In Impact’18 Agenda

Day II 14.06.2018 Thursday 14:00 – 14:20
Stage: S2
Track: fintech
Moderated discussion
“Open banking as a new model of pan-European cooperation”


11:30 – 11:50
Stage:
Track:
Moderated discussion
“Reskilling and Upskilling the Financial Workforce”


13:10 – 13:30
Stage:
Track:
Moderated discussion
“Open Banking: Has the revolution been cancelled?”