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Video interview: Pricing Innovation & Digital Transformation in Finance

Listen to our interview at Sibos with Gordon Gray, Senior Director at Oracle.

Gordon will explain why he's focused on Revenue Management and which segments in Financial services does he think should be interested in digital age revenue management capabilities.

He will also share examples of pricing innovation that Financial Services firms should be considering and why banks and payments processors should capitalise on regulatory compliance.
Recorded Oct 19 2016 7 mins
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