As people are becoming more interested than ever in the opinions of experts, thought-leaders and self-proclaimed gurus, brands have taken to them to help tell their story. At the end of the day, there’s real power in influencing buying decisions. Could the real influencer not be the celebrity brand advocate nor the social media influencer but rather the actual consumer?
Social media has real power in enabling a dynamic of consumers influencing each other in an exchange of information related to products, services and brands. True influence drives action, not awareness. FinTech will take banking to the next level and that’s what this most interesting discussion will explore.
Join us for a chat with Spiros Margaris from Margaris Advisory and Chris Gledhill from Secco on 6th October at 4pm for a unique conversation on their own perspective about the power of influence and how this relates to financial services.
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Innovate Finance will deliver a webinar focussed on venture
capital investment in FinTech from a transatlantic perspective, bringing together leading international VCs to explore the changing FinTech investment landscape, the perfect startup pitch and what and who to watch in 2018.
Angie White, Product Marketing Manager, iovation, A TransUnion Company
The Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) requirements under the PSD2 come into effect this September, but are payment service providers ready? PSD2 doesn’t have to be post-apocalyptic, but it is going to bring about major changes, especially in the financial sector. Consumers are increasingly sensitive to any added friction and are voting with their feet. An estimated 70% of consumers abandon online forms due to a poor experience. So the question is, how do you balance risk and compliance without compromising the customer experience? The winners post-PSD2 will be those that are able to collaborate closely with merchants to maximize SCA exemptions and minimize friction for those transactions subject to SCA.
Adam Rogers, Bradley Leimer, Helene Li, Theodora Lau
This is the first of a year-long global webinar series, focusing on the current activities and actions within financial services, geared toward the achievement of the Global Sustainable Development Goals.
Topics in this webinar series balance the three dimensions of sustainable development: Economic, Social, and Environmental.
Genady Chybranov, Director of Financial Technology Innovation, Hitachi Vantara
In this webinar, Genady will talk about implementing AI projects in a financial services environment. More specifically, he will cover the following topic areas:
- Understanding what Artificial Intelligence can and can’t do
- What to take into consideration before the implementation and how FSI is different from other industries
- Step by step solution implementation avoiding common mistakes
- Choosing right resources for a task in-house vs. partnering vs. buying
Join our live webinar to learn which elements of AI are driving value for risk and compliance? (i.e. ML, NLP, RPA). Also learn about AI in practice - how regulated financial institutions are utilizing AI today, why
why AI is the only answer to addressing big data compliance challenges, at scale. We will also go over what happened when RegTech met SupTech – how are regulators are applying AI to ease and accelerate compliance processes.
Findings from this year's Fintech Disruptors Research on trends in digital finance across the EMEA region ask as many questions as they answer - when does enough technology become too much - and how has the fall out from data breaches and social media data scandals tipped the balance back in favour of old-fashioned retail banking?
Taking in 4 key trends that will define the next decade of fintech - discover possible scenarios to some of these questions and more in our webinar that explores how the industry is responding to the promise of an automated financial services future and the progress it's making so far.
Bharat Bhushan | Valentina Kristensen | Richard Price | Marie Measures | Mitesh Soni
Any process and interaction that can be digitised is being digitised - either for customer convenience or, for operational efficiency and costs. But, what happens when every bank and every possible process is digitised. What next? How can banks differentiate themselves? What role can data and AI play in creating value?
In this session, we will hear from industry leaders on their views on this topic and pragmatic recommendations on how to get started on this journey.
Bharat Bhushan, CTO Banking & Financial Markets, IBM
Marie Measures, CIO, Coventry Building Society
Richard Price, Sales Director, TIBCO
Valentina Kristensen, Director, Growth & Communications, OakNorth
Mitesh Soni, Senior Director - Innovation and Fintech, Finastra
Machine learning can help process the enormous volume of data that is overwhelming traditional IT security infrastructure and human researchers. It automates and scales cybersecurity to meet these
Leveraging the capabilities of machine-learning enabled systems is critical for organizations that are highly targeted for cyberattacks. This presentation will examine the benefits machine learning provides to reduce fraud and manage risk.
Dr. Srinivas Mukkamala, CEO & Co-Founder of RiskSense
In most cases fraud, risk, and information security functions often only interact in the aftermath of a breach, and security and fraud point solutions typically remain isolated. With maturity in data pipelines, availability of shared data sets across risk, fraud, and information security, AI can be effectively used to detect anomalies and be predictive.
In this webinar, Dr. Srinivas Mukkamala, a recognized expert on AI and neural networks, will discuss how a risk-based approach can facilitate the convergence of cybersecurity and fraud.
Aslam Mohammad, Director Fraud Solutions, BPC Banking Technologies
Join Aslam Mohammad at BPC Banking Technologies as he discusses how machine learning plays a crucial role in modern fraud prevention solutions. Discover what implementation options you have as a financial institution and what lessons can be learned from the field.
Richard Maton (Sybenetix), Éric Sibony (Shift Technology), Javier Mira (FacePhi)
What is AI and how is it different from traditional analytics?
How is AI currently applied in context of different types of fraud and data sets?
How does AI help people make smarter decisions and what does that mean for workflow and process + future roles working with AI
What do companies need to do to be AI ready for fraud prevention?
What does the future look like in terms of extension of AI capability and usefulness and how will this play out across into types of fraud and crime for example AML, Sanctions, employee misconduct etc?
There’s much hype and excitement around how AI and machine learning could transform the world of finance. But a key area of development growing behind the scenes of talking robots and automated assistants is how these new technologies will have a seismic impact on Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter-terror Financing (CTF) back-end compliance processes. AI can dramatically improve AML risk data collection; spotting new risks faster and digging deeper for hidden risks.
It will also shift customer onboarding & KYC processes from ‘name matching’ to contextual ‘identity matching’ to reduce false positives and false negatives. Unlike other industries, the training data required to make this a reality with machine learning techniques are available today.
AI-driven compliance will ultimately have an enormous impact on how financial services will work - increasing automation, reducing manual overheads and helping prevent financial crime.
Presented by Charles Delingpole, CEO & Founder ComplyAdvantage
Charles Delingpole founded ComplyAdvantage in 2014, and as CEO leads the product development and growth of the company. Charles set up his first company, The Student Room Group, now the world’s largest student discussion forum, when he was 16. After completing his MA in Politics at Trinity College Cambridge, and then an MSc in Management, Strategy and Finance from the LSE, he became an associate at J.P. Morgan Cazenove. He then went on to co-found FinTech firm MarketInvoice, a peer -to - peer financing company which uses customer data to digitise the approach to financial risk analysis.
With large-scale data breaches in the news almost every month, financial institutions are becoming increasingly vulnerable to synthetic identity fraud, account takeovers and other types of malicious activity.
Fraudsters today have access to powerful computing resources and tools, giving them the ability to launch large-scale sophisticated attacks. This has led to an increasing number of businesses turning to more advanced methods for identifying suspicious activity and mitigating risk.
Tune into this session to learn about new fraud trends and to also find out how AI and big data technology can be applied to uncover new fraud patterns early before they have time to do serious damage.
Despite the growing popularity of data visualization tools across all industries, the finance sector still relies heavily on seeing data presented in tabular form. Analysts in financial institutions often spend a large part of their day pouring over spreadsheets, extracting numbers, pivoting tables, running macros and making adjustments before creating static reports to print for management meetings.
But what happens if you have another question?
We argue that there is a better way to approach financial data and to unlock more of the collective brain power of your analysts. We will show you a number of options for visualizing financial results, highlighting trends and developing KPI dashboards that provide real insights quickly. Because there are more valuable things your staff could be doing than wrangling with spreadsheets
Michael Diamond, General Manager of Payments, Mitek Systems
There is no shortage of articles and industry events that predict the end of banking as we know it. While overheated predictions are great for increasing trade show attendance and social media engagement, this webinar will focus on the real world.
Banks and Credit Unions are moving into uncharted waters where the partnerships are different, the customers are different, and the competitors are different. This webinar will pull no punches in pushing financial institutions to improve execution in the tasks immediately in front of them, but will also help inspire the innovation necessary to be a winner in the digital future.
In this webinar, Michael Diamond, General Manager of Payments for Mitek Systems and a veteran of other moments of disruption within financial services – to include IVR, online banking, online bill payment, mobile banking, mobile payments, and mobile check deposit – will provide both ideas and specific actions, such as:
-Understanding: While the coming years will see unprecedented change in how customers interact with their financial institution, this isn’t the first time the industry has faced technology change. What can be learned from past introductions of new technologies?
-Preparing: What are the major trends financial institutions should be planning for now?
-Growing: How can financial institutions pivot to attract new customers?
-Opening: Financial institutions in the physical era were closed and focused on products; how can successful financial institutions in the digital era be open and focused on services (APIs)?
-Measuring: What are some metrics that indicate if a financial institution is on course for a successful digital future, and how can financial institution leaders motivate their teams for change?
Hype is for conference organizers. This webinar is about reality. We will focus on the world financial institutions live in today, and the world that is to come.
It’s an exciting time to be in financial services.
Ina Yulo (BrightTALK), Iqbal Gandham (eToro), Lewis Tuff (Revolut), Ari Lewis (Grasshopper Capital)
There has been a surge in investments into the digital currency market in recent months. From beginners to those who have been in the game for a while, this webinar will go over everything you've wanted to know and will give tips to any seasoned investors looking to improve their portfolios.
The panel will discuss:
-How do you get started in digital currency investment?
-What do I need to know about blockchain technology?
-Wallets, bitcoins, alt-coins, ether
-When is the right time to invest?
-Safety concerns and how to keep make secure investments
-Which crypto currencies should you invest in?
-Initial Coin Offerings
-Predictions for 2018
It is increasingly unlikely that people will stay in the same role in the same industry or company for the rest of their lives. With this has come the rise of flexible working and the proliferation of portfolio careers.
This has been claimed to provide workers with autonomy, provide opportunities for creative output and greater ownership. But what are the realities of building a portfolio career? How does that work for women building a career in FinTech?
Our panellists all work in FinTech currently but have different career paths and experiences along the way. Join us to hear their perspective and experiences in this webinar discussion.
Caroline Vaughan, Head of Commercial and Business Development, Innovate Finance
Sophie Bialaszewski, Head of People & Capability, Enterprise Transformation, Lloyds Banking Group
Catherine Wines, Director and Co-Founder, WorldRemit
Cathryn Lyall, Co-Founder, Seismic Foundry
Roxana Mohammadian-Molina, Chief Strategy Officer, Blend Network
Does KYC & AML Compliance Come At The Cost of a Great Customer Onboarding Experience?
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How you can meet compliance requirements without disrupting the customer onboarding experience
- How companies can accelerate their KYC & AML process from weeks to minutes
- How organizations can use technology to effortlessly verify the identity of both customers as individuals and customers as businesses
- How organizations can access identity data from hundreds of data vendors under one contract
- How to verify customer identity in emerging markets, where customers have traditionally been wary of identity verification procedures.
As new and disruptive technologies transform existing ways of doing business, they are fundamentally changing the ways in which money moves around the world. Even as technology has made it exponentially easier to exchange value for money, it’s network effects have opened the door to a new set of threats and challenges posed by bad actors.
As lawmakers take cognizance of these changes, the regulatory environment is placing more demands on regulated entities such as payment platforms, online marketplaces, fintech providers, traditional financial institutions, cryptocurrencies etc. Indeed, regulation is tightening the noose around the compliance function, and never has it been more important to ensure that your organization is complying with Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) laws.
But this has very important implications for the vendor-customer relationship. How does compliance perform customer due diligence (CDD) to its satisfaction without placing too many demands on the customer? How does it verify the identity of its customers without making them uncomfortable? How does it fulfill its own requirements without disrupting and delaying application processing times, and forcing customers to churn early?
Join Ryan Creamore, Director of Sales, Trulioo, for a lively discussion.
Kevin Trilli, Chief Product Officer at Onfido and Ina Yulo, Senior Content Manager, Team Lead (FinTech) at BrightTALK
This session is part of Digital Transformation in Financial Services -- a BrightTALK Original production.
Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the USA, and different regions are feeling the repurcussions as well. It’s obvious that traditional ways of proving our identities are no longer secure. So what are financial institutions doing about it? Hamstrung by outdated legacy systems and increasingly stringent regulations, traditional financial services are struggling to keep up with consumer expectation and the demand for digital transformation.
Join this episode to find out:
- The challenges holding back digital transformation in financial institutions
- Why speed, scalability and user experience matter – and how to deliver them
- How emerging technologies like AI, machine learning and biometrics are changing the face of finance
- What banks can learn from Fintechs about frictionless customer on-boarding
Moderator: Ina Yulo, Senior Content Manager, Team Lead (FinTech) at BrightTALK
Speaker: Kevin Trilli, Chief Product Officer at Onfido
Kevin Trilli is Chief Product Officer at Onfido. Previously, Kevin served as SVP of Product at Data Privacy Management company TrustArc. Kevin has over 20 years of product and entrepreneurial experience in digital data security, privacy and governance, having led the full process from strategy to execution to scale at companies including VeriSign (acquired by Symantec), TrustArc (formerly TRUSTe) and AssertD. He leads the strategic evolution of the Onfido product platform.
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