On Demand webinar | 60 min | Free of charge

Finance Talks on Demand

Join the Finance Talks on Demand and hear more about DNB’s Digital Transformation Journey.

The Finance industry is in continual transformation, and the impact of 2020 has been an acceleration of the digital transformation already underway.

We have invited Nicolai Rygh, DNB and Simon Murray the Finance industry lead at Adobe to join up to discuss how to build a new digital strategy to secure customer engagement.

Bo Becker, professor in the Department of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics moderated the live Q&A session.


Introduction by Bo Becker, professor in the Department of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics: New challenges require new perspectives. Learn more at the brief introduction.

Driving digital growth for Financial Services - Current trends and priorities by Simon Murray, Finance Industry Lead, Adobe.
In 2020 we've seen a huge impact on financial services, affecting consumers and organisations alike. Despite this turbulence, we've seen that the right strategies and focus on customer experience can enable companies to be more agile and respond quickly to changing behaviour and new digital customer demands. In this session we will reflect on how financial services have responded and look ahead to key priorities for the future, to support customers and deliver business growth.

The DNB digital transformation journey - rethinking the strategy by Nicolai Rygh, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) DNB. This session will dive into how DNB had to reinvent their approach to offer a Digital First customer experience. Nicolai Rygh will talk about the challenges they face and what they have learned.

Live Q&A was moderated by Bo Becker, Professor in the Department of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics.

Register now to view the on demand session.

The event will be presented in English


About Adobe webinars.

Adobe is focused on helping our customers remain well-positioned for business continuity, and to stay agile in today’s challenging times when things are quickly changing. Business continuity is not about a moment in time, it’s about adapting to the current environment and innovating as you go along.

This may require rapid pivots to build your position of trust and to continue to gain customer confidence. One thing is certain – digital engagement will be among the most powerful assets in every organisation’s arsenal for responding effectively and decisively to this and future challenges.

to learn more about how businesses can quickly and efficiently adapt to this rapidly changing landscape.

Michael Plimsoll
Bo Becker is a professor in the Department of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics. His research is on corporate finance. Recent topics include corporate credit markets, bank lending, credit ratings and restructuring. His research has been published in top academic such as the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Monetary Economics, the Journal of Financial Economics and the Review of Financial Studies. Professor Becker has been awarded several prizes and grants, including the Standard Life Prize for best paper in the ECGI Finance WP series, the Nordea Price for Best Corporate Finance Paper at the European Finance Association’s annual meeting and the Lamfalussy Research Fellowship from the European Central Bank. Professor Becker is Program Director for the Mistra Financial System research program.
Michael Plimsoll
Nicolai Rygh*, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO), leading the product development of channels and technology for the personal marked in DNB. He is also responsible for the value chains supporting the business and recommending new technology strategies and solutions supporting the business strategy. He was part of the team moving Vipps (Norwegian Payment app) to the cloud and started the DNB Cloud Center of Excellence.*
Michael Plimsoll
Simon Murray leads the Financial Services practice within Adobe’s Digital Strategy Group, partnering with senior marketing, digital and technology leaders to develop strategies for customer-experience transformation, digital innovation and business growth. Simon joined Adobe in 2019 having previously spent 20 years in Financial Services, the majority of which was spent at Morgan Stanley, and then more recently at AllianceBernstein. During this time he built and led global teams focussed on leveraging digital channels and analytical insightacross Investment Banking, Wealth Management and Asset Management. As a former practitioner, he has extensive experience of delivering customer-centric digital experiences in order to deepen customer relationships and drive new business opportunities.