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BrightTALK @ Sibos 2018

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  • Ask the Expert: Big Data and Analytics-as-a-Service for Relevant Trade Finance
    Ask the Expert: Big Data and Analytics-as-a-Service for Relevant Trade Finance
    Mike Walker - Finastra and Rebecca Harding - Independent Economist Recorded: Nov 6 2018 9 mins
    In this interview, Rebecca Harding, Author of 'The Weaponization of Trade', explores how data and analytics-as-a-service can deliver the differentiator to trade banks as they defend their ground against the data-driven tech giants.

    Trade finance is changing: banks need to deeply understand the risk profile of businesses they support - from trade patterns, economics and market opportunities to liquidity requirements and currency, counterparty, country, credit and compliance risk. Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, IBM and Alibaba (the GAFAMIAs) are in the business, as are shipping, freight and logistics companies.

    Predictive analytics driven by trade specific big data, delivered on an open platform for innovation can provide banks with the same technical power as the giants - but delivered with augmented expertise.

    Mike Walker, Global Head of Sales Enablement, Corporate Banking and Payments, Finastra

    Rebecca Harding, Independent Economist
  • Ask the Expert: Business Cases for Intelligent Trade Finance
    Ask the Expert: Business Cases for Intelligent Trade Finance
    David Bannister - Ovum, Melanie Cutlan - Accenture and Mike Walker - Finastra Recorded: Nov 2 2018 12 mins
    Intelligent Trade Services demand a new approach. Smart objects, smart contracts and smart analytics mean banks are rapidly learning how to balance trade digitisation with the new demands of real-time infrastructure and corporate client supply chains. This interview will explore the short, medium and long term business cases driving banks towards more intelligent trade finance platforms that can leverage advances in real-time and open banking, innovations in IoT, AI, DLT and predictive analytics and better orchestrate the trade finance and fintech ecosystem.

    David Bannister, Principal Anayst, Financial Services, Ovum
    Mike Walker, Global Head of Sales Enablement, Corporate Banking and Payments, Finastra
    Melanie Cutlan, Tech Innovation, Senior Principal, Accenture
  • CIO Considerations: The Impact of Platformification in Bank Risk and Compliance
    CIO Considerations: The Impact of Platformification in Bank Risk and Compliance
    Rupert Nicolay - Microsoft, Zannettos Zannettou - Finastra Recorded: Nov 1 2018 9 mins
    Risk management in banks has gone through a silent revolution. Banks had to solve the problems and questions asked post-crisis and then rationalize and move to more enterprise wide models. Today, a three pronged revolution of regulation, technology and new sources of risk mean banks must re-imagine risk and compliance. With platformification, increases in computing power and cloud come the opportunities to deliver more agile processes, more real-time insights and more accurate predictions. But data quality remains king. What are CIOs top considerations when deploying more open api driven risk platforms? Can risk management securely live in the cloud? How can banks move the needle by collaborating with the fintech ecosystem?

    Rupert Nicolay, Worldwide Services Architect, Microsoft
    Zannettos Zannettou, Principal Technology Consultant, Finastra
  • [Panel] Blockchain, AI and the Future of Trade Finance
    [Panel] Blockchain, AI and the Future of Trade Finance
    Enno-Burghard Weitzel - Commerzbank, Finbarr Bermingham - GTR, Cécile André Leruste - Accenture, Mike Walker - Finastra Recorded: Nov 1 2018 30 mins
    Trade finance is at a unique point. A combination of technology, environmental challenges and complex regulatory factors are paving the way for profound industry transformation. Already, banks are investigating how to leverage distributed ledger technology, artificial intelligence and machine learning, opening up new ecosystems and future revenue streams.

    Following on from deep dive sessions during SIBOS senior trade executives will share insights on new collaborative models for trade finance, technology and the trade ecosystem of the future.

    Finbarr Bermingham, Editor - APAC, Global Trade Review
    Mike Walker, Global Head of Sales Enablement, Corporate Banking and Payments, Finastra
    Cécile André Leruste, Banking Lead Europe, Accenture
    Enno-Burghard Weitzel, Head of Product Management Trade Services, Commerzbank
  • Ask The Expert: Payments in the Cloud
    Ask The Expert: Payments in the Cloud
    Paul Thomalla - Finastra, Hamish Thomas - EY Recorded: Oct 31 2018 13 mins
    Against a backdrop of PSD2 and Open Banking, Financial Services Institutions are steadily adopting cloud technology for payments. The Cloud is flexible and accessible and provides significant cost advantages in the world of payments, where customer demands are real-time and now. Paul Thomalla, Global Head of Payments will:

    * Set the global scene of payments in the cloud
    * Tell us what we are seeing in different parts of the world where regulation is prominent and less prominent
    * Drill down into why companies are interested in the cloud
    * Explore the benefits of the cloud

    Paul Thomalla, Global Head of Payments, Finastra
    Hamish Thomas, EMEIA Payments Leader, EY
  • [Panel] Cognitive Corporate Banking: Open Banking and AI Considerations
    [Panel] Cognitive Corporate Banking: Open Banking and AI Considerations
    Anton Ruddenklau - KPMG, Patty Hines - Celent, Thomas Nielsen - Deutsche Bank and Tim Tyler - Finastra Recorded: Oct 30 2018 19 mins
    The notion of a 'cognitive' corporate bank would have been a giant leap a decade ago. Today, the use of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and predictive analytics is accelerating in corporate banking.

    * What does a cognitive corporate bank look like?
    * How can open banking APIs support the application of AI at the optimal points in the client lifecycle and enable bankers to focus less on admin and more on value-added services?
    * To what extent does the cognitive bank need to be 'open' and how can this shift help banks move from selling commoditized products, to service promises?

    This panel will explore how AI and open banking can work together to improve customer journeys, reduce inefficiencies and risk, and drive revenue growth - and what banks have to do to get there.

    Anton Ruddenklau,Global Co-Leader of Fintech & Head of Digital and Innovation, Financial Services, UK, KPMG
    Tim Tyler, Master Solution Architect - Corporate and Retail Banking, Finastra
    Patty Hines, Senior Analyst, Corporate Banking, Celent
    Thomas Nielsen, Chief Digital Officer - Global Transaction Banking, Deutsche Bank
  • Ask The Expert: Connected Corporate Banking in APAC
    Ask The Expert: Connected Corporate Banking in APAC
    Patty Hines - Celent and Tim Tyler - Finastra Recorded: Oct 30 2018 14 mins
    APAC corporate banking revenue pools are substantial for the connected corporate banks that can seize the opportunity. This interview with Patty Hines, senior analyst from Celent, will delve into the technology and fintech priorities of corporate banks in the region, strategic considerations based on corporate treasury research and the definition of connected corporate banking in through the lens of APAC transaction banking and lending trends. Oliver Wyman forecasts accelerated growth in APAC: 6% CAGR from 2017 to 2022. Following a deep analysis of the leading APAC banks. Those that want to succeed are investing in connected corporate banking technology to deliver comprehensive, tailored, and joined up solutions.

    Tim Tyler, Master Solution Architect - Corporate and Retail Banking, Finastra
    Patty Hines, Senior Analyst, Corporate Banking, Celent
  • [Panel] Bank Strategies to Exploit Data and Platforms in the Open API Economy
    [Panel] Bank Strategies to Exploit Data and Platforms in the Open API Economy
    Dan Houseman - KPMG, Polina Eystifeeva - Deutsche Bank, Christine Leong - Accenture and Eli Rosner, Finastra Recorded: Oct 24 2018 42 mins
    Financial institutions are readying themselves for the open banking revolution but what is the potential power of platforms and how can banks manoeuvre these new channels and data sources for innovation?

    Cloud and API technologies offer an immense opportunity to create a reliable, scalable global platform for the financial community - data privacy, security, and operational transparency are dealt with.

    * Are shared infrastructure, consistent APIs and on-demand scaling the key to rapid global adoption of financial services at a reduced cost?
    * Can the community afford to wait for a giant infrastructure to take a lead?
    * Can Quantum computing become affordable only as a shared infrastructure under cloud?

    Dan Houseman, Head of KPMG’s Australian Payments Advisory practice
    Eli Rosner, Chief Product and Technology Officer, Finastra
    Polina Evstifeeva, Head of Regulatory Strategy - Chief Digital Office, Global Transaction Banking, Deutsche Bank
    Christine Leong, MD Security, Accenture

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