"We will be exhibiting in the hall with all of the start-ups we would like to work with on developing new products," said Joris Hensen, initiator and Co-Head of the Deutsche Bank API programme in Frankfurt.
Deutsche Bank will demonstrate the broad possibilities that banking data offer. Banking data is more than just data: it's a reflection of day-to-day life. "We are always looking for new approaches on how our clients can intelligently and wisely leverage the potential of their data," added Hensen. This is aimed at companies which are also looking to develop digital applications that go beyond conventional financial services – be they start-ups or established businesses. Customers retain full control of their personal data at all times.
Oliver Frese, Deutsche Messe's Managing Board member responsible for CEBIT, said: "Although digitalisation provides major opportunities for the entire financial sector, it also faces challenges. The new-look CEBIT is the right place to discuss the future of the banking business from different viewpoints and we are pleased that Deutsche Bank is part of it". In addition, Deutsche Bank's Head of Data and Innovation JP Rangaswami will be a keynote speaker in the CEBIT d!talk program.
For Deutsche Bank, CEBIT starts before June 11: interested companies can obtain information ahead of the fair on how they can use dbAPI and make arrangements to meet the team at CEBIT on: https://developer.db.com/
Admission tickets for CEBIT can be obtained at: https://www.cebit.de/de/be-part-of-it/tickets/
For further information, please contact:
Deutsche Bank AG
Tel: 069 910 47680
About Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank provides commercial and investment banking, retail banking, transaction banking and asset and wealth management products and services to corporations, governments, institutional investors, small and medium-sized businesses, and private individuals. Deutsche Bank is Germany's leading bank, with a strong position in Europe and a significant presence in the Americas and Asia Pacific.
The Deutsche Bank Application Programming Interface (dbAPI) forms the technical basis for Deutsche Bank's platform business (open banking). dbAPI is the bank's way of accelerating its speed of innovation and developing a new business model featuring innovative, bank-related products and services that also go far beyond traditional banking.
dbAPI enables the bank to include external partners, thereby expanding the range of digital products and services it offers clients quickly and securely. Following verification, dbAPI gives businesses – from start-ups to established players – access to individual client data. Deutsche Bank's clients remain in complete control of their personal data at all times. Clients can decide for themselves whether they want to allow an external partner of the bank to access their data in return for the use of personalised digital services.
CEBIT 2018: business, leads, ideas. As a triple-punch event featuring exhibits, conferences and networking, CEBIT covers the digitization of business, government and society from every angle. CEBIT's d!conomy platform is where IT professionals and decision-makers from companies, the public sector and trade can find all they need for the digitalisation of business and management. Everything in the d!tec format revolves around developers; start-ups present disruptive business models and researchers demonstrate the technologies of tomorrow. The d!talk conference stage is where visionaries, lateral thinkers, creatives and experts from all over the world will be speaking. The emotional heart of CEBIT is the d!campus, where everyone can mingle freely and network while relaxing to live music and street food. CEBIT presents the digital transformation in a totally new way, while retaining its core focus on business, leads and more leads. The CEBIT 2018 opening day – Monday, June 11 – is reserved for conference attendees and journalists, with the exhibitions opening on Tuesday, June 12. The exhibition halls will be open Tuesday to Thursday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., with the d!campus staying open until 11 p.m. on those days. Opening hours on Friday are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. CEBIT Events Worldwide give Deutsche Messe's customers even more ways to reach their international clientele, e.g. in dynamic markets such as China, Australia, Thailand and Spain.