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The Future of Banking: Gen Z

Gen Z, or the generation that spans from 9 to 24 years old, has an enormous spending power of over $140bn — and that’s only growing as more and more Gen Zers enter the workforce.

Nowadays, most of them are still children rather than bank customers. That being said, they can still set the pace for how the industry will progress. So what Does Generation Z Want and Expect from Banking?

This is what is going to get uncovered in the upcoming panel.

Everly and Dateio joined forces to organize a panel on the topic of Future of Banking: Gen Z. Join us for an exciting online discussion with speakers from W1tty, MyMonii, Gimi & Lunar on the 7th of December at 4PM CET.


Wed, Dec 7, 2022 · 4:00 PM Prague (GMT +1:00) 


  • What does ‘Gen Z’ finance look like — what are the emerging trends?
  • What are some of the most successful use cases to date and untapped potentials?
  • What are the must-haves for Gen Z customers?
  • Why many companies & banks have not taken advantage of targeting their product offering to younger generations?
  • Is there any difference in monetization? How can you monetize >18
  • Diversity in product offering and decision-making process in deploying new features. How do you tailor your products for your customers?
  • Biggest challenges & best practices



Šimon Kočí

Head of International Partnerships @ TapiX by Dateio \ Founder of Everly.eu

Simon is fintech enthusiast helping major banks with UX with payment data enrichment solution Tapix. Also fintech blogger Everly.eu


Lousie Ferslev

CEO & Founder @ MyMonii

Louise Ferslev (32). Founder and CEO of MyMonii. Copenhagen based Fintech company focused on financial literacy of generation Z. With more than 25.000 monthly active users in Denmark, MyMonii is now ready to scale in other European countries. MyMonii also have a partnership with Visa and Nasdaq Denmark.
Co-founder of the NGO Women in Tech Denmark. Commercial advisory board of Save the Children, Denmark.


Elin Westerberg

Head of Strategy @ Gimi

Experienced strategist with 5+ years experience, now on board of Gimi, the app that equips the next generation with Financial Superskills. Started as Head of Financial Education and Content, now leading and overseeing the development, communication and execution of strategic initiatives to achieve new business for the organisation.


Rasmus Lindegaard

Vertical lead – Wealth & Marketplace @ Lunar

Passionate about business and Product development, using innovation and technology to achieve customer-centric solutions. Now Rasmus’s role is Vertical lead – Wealth & Marketplace at Lunar with overall responsibility for developing & running the wealth & invest vertical – Lunar securities trading in collaboration with Saxo Bank and Lunar’s Blocks’s Crypto trading platforms.


Mira El Harake

Deputy CEO – Process & Quality @ W1tty

Mira is currently Deputy Chief Executive of Process & Quality at W1tty. With previous experience from Revolut in the complaints, FinCrime & KYC departments, now a leader in an app, that Unleashes the Energy of Money and is freely supercharging everyone with the tools, products, and education to look and act like a financial rockstar.

Jan Cerny
Jan is an innovation enthusiast and Fintech news reporter. He specializes in news distribution, social media, and content analysis.

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