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Objectway and TreeTop at the Efma Affluent and Private Banking Summit

7th June 2018 – Objectway and TreeTop will share the stage at the Efma Affluent and Private Banking Summit, to discuss about their collaboration.


Do not miss the chance to catch up with your peers at the Affluent and Private Banking Summit, which will focus on creating a high-value banking experience for affluent customers. Both the affluent and private banking sectors will continue to grow in 2018, spurred by the rise in the number of technologies that enable banks to deliver the kind of customized and value-added services and experiences wealthy customers demand.

Delegates at the event will benefit from case study presentations, breakout sessions and panels to discuss key topics such as:

  • Digital, data, automation and new entrants
  • Business models for an evolving market


13th and 14th June 2018

09:30am – 10:15am

Affluent & private clients asset management digitalisation

14th June – Julien Palissot, Project Manager at TreeTop Asset Management, & Kurt Vanhee, Objectway Managing Director Continental Europe & North America

Join us for our presentation about which new or disruptive concepts and approaches are looming on the horizon. Some “food for thought” to ponder about potential future levers of differentiation and for Objectway as a high-level canvas for future roadmap considerations. Objectway is glad to share the stage with Julien Palissot, Project Manager at TreeTop, to discuss about our successful collaboration.

Event Information

13th June and 14th June 2018, Paris

For more information book a meeting here.


Portrait Kurt Vanhee

Kurt Vanhee

With a professional career of nearly 30 years in various roles in large and medium size banking and IT organizations, Kurt has built a strong knowledge of Wealth Management, IT, Customer Delivery and Business Development activities in an international environment. In his current position at Objectway, as Managing Director Continental Europe & North America, he encourages a customer-centric approach.