Past Meetup

Fintech@Budapest: MKB Fintech Program and Startup Collider by PwC CEE

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On the next meetup our guest speakers will be Márk Hetényi (MKB Bank) and Jolanta Kokosińska, Mateusz Nowak (PwC).

Márk Hetényi is the Chief Retail and Digital Officer of MKB Bank and main sponsor of MKB Fintech Program. Previously he was a VP at Flextronics International, prior to that he was a consultant at PwC and Deloitte.
He joined MKB Bank at the beginning of 2015 and he immediately started process optimization and initiated a project to change the bank's core system. This year, he launched MKB's Fintech Program with a mission to cooperate with fintechs. Within the Fintech Program, MKB Bank will launch their incubator in the beginning of next year.

Jolanta Kokosińska is a Partner in the Transactions group at PwC and a sponsor partner in Startup Collider. She is also the Leader of innovative services, research and development. She has over twenty years of professional experience in financial and management advisory services. Jolanta has implemented a number of projects related to restructuring and privatisation of enterprises, she is also experienced in leading works on sectoral studies that have been used by the National Research and Development Centre in Poland to launch grant programs for the given sectors.

Mateusz Nowak is a Manager at PwC Advisory at Innovations & Incentives Team in Warsaw, Poland and the organizer of Startup Collider. Before joining PwC, he worked at first at the back office of Millenium Bank, to move later to the front office of a financial services company. For the whole time Mateusz has been engaged in many other social activities organizing TEDx in Warsaw, TechCrunch “Let’s meet up” and Ignite conferences or contributing to popularization of both entrepreneurship and social issues.

Schedule

18:00-18:30 Registration
18:30-19:00 Márk Hetényi: MKB Fintech Program
19:00-19:30 Jolanta Kokosińska, Mateusz Nowak: Startup Collider by PwC CEE
19:30-20:00 Networking