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.
RecordedDec 12 201834 mins
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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.
Effectively managing cross-border payment compliance is one of the biggest challenges facing enterprises looking to expand globally.
Sending payments internationally requires adherence to multiple, often complex, payment regulations in both the originating country and the country in which the funds land.
Regulation continues to tighten and failure to comply brings significant costs ranging from failed payments and reputational damage to crippling fines and in severe cases, legal prosecution.
Yair will discuss the biggest compliance risks in the markets with the greatest opportunities (e.g., China, Russia), and offer insights on how to effectively leverage user behavior data to identify bad behaviors.
Eric Grover (Intrepid Ventures), Thomas Tyree (FIS) and Bruce Parker (ModoPayments)
Loyalty programs are nothing new, but opportunities to leverage them at the in-store and online checkout are. Innovations in payments and banking have ushered in the beginnings of the "open economy" and are bringing exciting new technologies to the market that will change the future of consumer engagement.
Ty Tyree (FIS) and Bruce Parker (Modo) speak with Eric Grover (Intrepid Ventures) on the work they're doing in the payments and loyalty space, and what opportunities they see in the market.
Join in to learn: Who are the major players in the "open economy"?, What are disruptors in the loyalty space doing (both banks, merchants, and payments players)?, What are new ways in which you can engage your end consumers to establish true brand loyalty?, What is the "open economy", and how are we going to see that playing out in the next 5 years?, and What is required in order to continue the "open economy"?
Eric Grover, Principal at Intrepid Ventures
Thomas (Ty) Tyree, VP of Loyalty Product at FIS
Bruce Parker, Founder & CEO at Modo
Dr. Anne Lewis, Head of Product Development, Vaultex
What determines how people pay for their goods and services? How might using cash instead of a debit card reflect your personality? Are you a utilitarian or hedonistic shopper?
This webinar looks at how the way people behave could affect their choice of payment. Dr. Anne Lewis argues that an economic model is not enough to fully predict future consumer payment habits, and social factors have an important influence on whether people reach for notes or cards.
David Fagleman, Head of Policy & Research, Cash Services
The cashless society has been talked about for decades and with the increased use of digital payments some believe it’s closer than ever. Despite this cash remains a popular method of payment for consumers and businesses, and is forecast to continue to play an important role in the payments landscape for years to come.
Join this session for a discussion on the future of cash. This will include:
· Data and forecasts on cash and non-cash payment methods
· Research on the drivers behind consumer payment behavior
· Analysis on the future of cash – it’s role as both a transactional and continuity method of payment
· Country-specific examples
Keith Ward, Fraud Analyst, Canadian Anti Fraud Centre
The presentation will provide an overview of the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, highlight trends in Mass Marketing Fraud and current scams, and discuss alternative measures to disrupting fraudulent operation through public/private partnership.
About the Speaker:
.Keith is a Fraud Analyst with the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre's Operational Support Unit. The CAFC is Canada's central repository for data, intelligence and resource material as it relates to fraud. The CAFC commits to providing timely, accurate and useful information to assist citizens, businesses, law enforcement and governments in Canada and around the world. The CAFCis coordinated by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in partnership with the Ontario Provincial Police and the Competition Bureau of Canada
Kevin Trilli, Chief Product Officer at Onfido and Karen Webster, CEO at PYMNTS
Identity theft is the fastest-growing crime in the U.S. Globally, one in 60 online transactions are fraudulent. So, if you fail to catch that fraud, the cost to your business – both reputational and financial – can be catastrophic
PYMNTS CEO Karen Webster and Kevin Trilli, chief product officer at Onfido, discuss the current trends in fraud techniques, and reveal how risk and fraud managers can utilize new technologies to catch them.
Attendees will learn:
- The most common identity document fraud techniques and how to spot them
- The challenges of tackling 3D fraud in digital, 2D environments
- How AI and biometrics are changing the face of online security and access
- Why fighting fraud will require a mix of human and machine expertise
Alex Ford (Encompass), Denisse Rudich (FireDrake Consulting)
-How to better handle performing client due diligence on an ongoing basis?
-What are the challenges of the traditional AML/KYC procedures?
-What can we expect from the AML Directive that comes into force in June of this year?
-What are the common mistakes FIs make when managing their data?
-How can Machine Learning and automation help?
With sensitive data residing everywhere, organizations becoming more mobile, and the breach epidemic growing, the need for advanced identity and data protection solutions has become even more critical.
Learn about the Identity and Data Protection solutions for enterprise security organizations can take a data-centric approach to their security posture.
Learn about the new trends in Data Masking, Tokenization and Encryption.
Learn about the guidance and standards from FFIEC, PCI DSS, ISO and NIST.
Learn about the new API Economy and eCommerce trends and how to control sensitive data — both on-premises, and in public and private clouds.
Long Finance's Distributed Futures research programme has produced a report entitled “To Be, To Have, To Know Smart Ledgers & Identity Authentication”, the latest in a series of exciting projects in the programme. The webinar offers the opportunity to join the discussion on the findings of the report, which shows how identity management and authentication systems can make use of leading technology, such as smart ledgers, as well as to explore the social, economic, and political implications of their use. The research provides alternative models for practical identity management and authentication, and suggests considerations for policy makers, regulators, businesses, and individuals, both for the present and looking forward
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.
Judging from the headlines, any financial institution that isn't building out a
blockchain strategy is potentially missing the next big digital gold rush.
Blockchain is touted as an immutable ledger system that will revolutionize
financial services and provide the platform for the future of currencies and
Is blockchain really as safe as advertised? Is Proof of Work
more secure than Proof of Stake? What are the potential downsides or attacks
against it? And, perhaps most importantly, will it scale? Join a panel of experts
who will discuss these questions and more for this engaging panel.
Ina Yulo (BrightTALK), Matt Cockayne (Envestnet Yodlee), Laurel Wolfe (Klarna)
Find out what's trending in BrightTALK's FinTech and Financial Services community and which emerging trends and technologies are keeping professionals from both incumbent financial institutions and challengers up at night.
Join Ina Yulo from BrightTALK, Matt Cockayne from Envestnet Yodlee, and Laurel Wolfe from Klarna as they discuss:
-Which topics are Financial Services and FinTech professionals engaging with?
-Trending topics from the beginning of the year
-AI and Machine Learning in Financial Services
-What are the trends reshaping banking and payments
-The state of faster payments fraud
-How can Financial Services and FinTech companies build communities around their brand and create engaging thought leadership content?
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
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