BNP Paribas Fortis

BNP Paribas Fortis, the no.1 bank in Belgium, offers the market a comprehensive package of financial services for private and professional clients, wealthy individuals, corporate clients, public entities and financial institutions.  Today, it is organized around 4 core activities: Retail & Private Banking, Corporate & Public Banking, Corporate & Investment Banking and Investment Solutions.

Latest BNP Paribas Fortis news

  1. The “James” Banking Experience - robots taking over from humans for investment advice?

    Date: 04/09/2017
    In view of data-driven and customer-centric user experiences becoming ever more important, BNP Paribas Fortis developed ‘James’, an online and personal investment advice service that is both human and digital. Since the launch in 2009, the James’ customer base expanded from 20,000 to 100,000. This case study analyses the implications of using digital technologies for customer interactions in retail banking.
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  2. Leaving the cocoon

    Date: 19/05/2017
    In this double interview, Michael Anseeuw and Professor Bjorn Cumps explain the open-banking study by BNP Paribas Fortis and Vlerick within the Chair Partnership. In the first phase, ten directors and board members are interviewed, after which an ‘open-banking lab’ will be set up where the bank and non-banking players will explore their roles on a joint platform model.
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  3. The digital sprint

    Date: 21/02/2017
    In early February Professor Steve Muylle organised a “digital sprint” course for the first time. Over the space of a week he created a digital ecosystem in which all the roles were flipped: not just for Masters in International Management & Strategy and Masters in General Management students and himself, but also for our partners BNP Paribas Fortis, Hello bank! and Accenture. Students became business strategists; partners gained new insight, into both their clients and themselves. Learning innovation, the Vlerick way.
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