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Banking 2020: The Threat of Fintech providers & the Perils of un-regulated tech

Hosted live via videocast during Sibos 2016, Dell Services present this live-streamed Financial Services Think Tank for Financial Services executives who have realised that Powerful forces are reshaping the banking industry leading up to 2020.

Key discussion themes:
•How will Banking look like in 2020?
-Revenues and profitability expectation for banks?
-Revenue Mix shift – Payments, Advisory Services?
-Customer acquisition strategy - Fight for customer wallet share?
-Operating Model – Digital / Mix of Bricks & Clicks?
-Role of Regulation – bane or boon?
-Political considerations – Brexit?

•What role would FinTech providers play in 2020 for Banking services?
-Role of new banks (leveraging FinTech technology)

•Role of new technology in shaping Banking in 2020?
-Distributed ledger technology (Blockchain) – is this really the biggest new threat to banks in the long history of banking?
-Open APIs
-Real Time Payments
-Cloud adoption for core Financial Services applications
-Advanced analytics and Cognitive thinking
Recorded Sep 27 2016 59 mins
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Julia Streets and speakers from National Australia Bank, Allied Irish Bank, UBS, Commonwealth Bank, Rabobank
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