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DTiWAM Webinar Series

Digital Transformation in Wealth & Asset Management
Recorded Sep 30 2016 23 mins
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Juan Pablo Luchetti
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  • Identity & KYC Webinar Series Nov 11 2016 7:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Husayn Kassa
    How Machine Learning is improving the User Experience
  • Identity & KYC Webinar Series Recorded: Oct 19 2016 33 mins
    Robert Prigge
    Millennials in Banking: Millennials speak out on their global view of banking
  • Identity & KYC Webinar Series Recorded: Oct 18 2016 33 mins
    Robert Prigge
    Millenials in Banking: Millenials speak out on their global view of banking
  • DTiWAM Webinar Series Recorded: Sep 30 2016 23 mins
    Juan Pablo Luchetti
    Digital Transformation in Wealth & Asset Management
  • RegTech Webinar Series Recorded: Aug 31 2016 17 mins
    Shane Brett
    Regulatory compliance is one of the biggest immediate challenges affecting the financial services industry today. Many market participants are unsure how to meet constantly evolving reporting requirements or how to move to an open API framework in a secure and compliant way.
  • Identity & KYC Webinar Series Recorded: Aug 4 2016 32 mins
    Jonathan Hardinges, Dominic Mac
    Rethinking the way we verify identity and how this feeds through to improved KYC, client onboarding and AML
  • Identity & KYC Webinar Series Recorded: Jul 18 2016 36 mins
    Sue Dawes, Sarah Munro, Steve Pannifer, Don Thibeau
    Advances in identity verification and management: How new technologies can reduce oversharing of personally identifying information, fraud and identity theft
  • Innovation in Identity & KYC: A Thought Leader Interview Recorded: Mar 24 2016 21 mins
    Jodie Paula Cohen of ECN interviews Rob Laurence, Director of Innovate Identity
    Traditional methods of identity verification are contributing to lengthy and expensive KYC and onboarding processes. Technological advances, regulatory requirements and business necessity are leading organisations to a point where they have to rethink the way identity works.

    With so many financial services institutions embracing digital, the big challenge is bringing together information about each client, from multiple systems, to create one accurate client identity. Achieving this, while demonstrating robust and compliant KYC capabilities, is causing costs to spiral.

    In this exclusive webinar Jodie Paula Cohen, producer of the acclaimed Identity & KYC conference, catches up with leading Identity expert Rob Laurence, Director of Innovate Identity, to gain some practical insights into how these challenges can be tackled.

    Questions will include:

    1) How close are we to being able to access digital information about identity in a consumable and trusted way, across industries?

    2) Which technologies should organisations be looking into, to support their identity and KYC processes?

    3) Is the blockchain a complete solution for improved identity verification, or just part of a wider solution?

    4) How can institutions ensure a user-friendly and compliant KYC and onboarding process?

    5) What are the challenges and benefits of putting in place a ‘financial services passport’?
  • Disrupting Wealth & Asset Management: An interview with Amin Rajan Recorded: Feb 26 2016 27 mins
    Jodie Paula Cohen of ECN interviews Amin Rajan, CEO of CREATE-Research
    Digital technology has already disrupted many industries, and today it is the wealth and asset management space that stands on the cusp of a digital revolution. Consumer demand, increasing competition from new market entrants and regulatory pressures are driving the speed at which technology is being adopted within these sectors.
    Capacity constraints, cultural barriers and concerns over data insecurity have hampered the adoption of digital technology so far; but the tide is now turning....

    Jodie Paula Cohen, producer of the acclaimed Digital Technology in Wealth & Asset Management conference, catches up with leading researcher and analyst Amin Rajan to gain some insights into how the industry may evolve and where advantages will be gained:

    Questions will include:

    - What do you perceive as the most important drivers of digitisation in the wealth and asset management space today?

    - How do you see these drivers playing out over the next 12 months?
    Which activities in the value chain are most susceptible to digitisation, and which areas should managers focus on?

    - What are the key challenges that firms need to overcome when putting in place a digital strategy?

    - How are new market entrants shaping the evolution of the sector?

    - How are clients responding to digital technology? What are their main concerns and demands?
  • Blockchain or bust? The tech you need to get your head around now... Recorded: Oct 20 2015 29 mins
    Sian Jones, COINsult & Marie Walker, Blockchain-Events.com
    Blockchain technology is set to have a big impact on many sectors as it securely and quickly enables peer to peer transactions, records and confirms identity and much more.

    You may be an advocate, or a cautious observer. But quite possibly you may not have really heard of it at all.

    In this webinar Blockchain-Events.com interviews Sian Jones of COINsult. We explore why it is important for all senior executives to understand the emergence of Blockchain technology; and highlight some of the key considerations you need to form an opinion on in advance of the industry and internal discussions you will soon face.
  • Everything You Wanted To Know About Cryptocurrencies (But Were Afraid to Ask) Recorded: Dec 11 2014 64 mins
    Robert Courtneidge, Global Head of Cards & Payments, Lock Lord
    A free to view live debate on 11th December 2015, 12pm GMT

    With the massive take up of cryptocurrencies around the world, we present a live discussion and debate on the current state of the nation for cryptocurrencies around the world.

    An update from our previous webinar earlier this year, the live debate will take place between three of the most respected and engaging experts in cryptocurrencies:

    Robert Courtneidge, Global Head of Cards and Payments, Lock Lord

    Ben Regnard-Weinrabe, Partner, Paul Hastings LLP

    Ashley Winton, Partner, Paul Hastings LLP

    Join the debate! We encourage you to field your own questions to the presenters during the webinar and challenge them on their assumptions!

    Remember here you can ask those questions you were afraid to ask!
  • Why do big banks and regulators want crypto-currencies to fail? Recorded: Jul 15 2014 68 mins
    Robert Courtneidge, Locke Lord LLP; Ashley Winton, White & Case
    With the massive take up of crypto-currencies around the world we review what they are and how the Banks and Regulators are looking at this new brand of money on a country by country basis.

    Which countries have chosen to regulate it, which have denounced it, which have stopped short of regulating it but have imposed taxes, which countries are ‘on the fence’ and which countries simply refuse to regulate.

    What are the regulators trying to do and why?

    Do the Card Schemes want crypto currencies and if not why not?

    What is the ‘Block Chain’, how does it work and how can do we draft commercial agreements around it?

    What would happen if the technologies behind the crypto currencies were taken up by fiat currencies? Would we still need payment systems at all??

    These are just a few of the key questions we will be answering in this high speed race through the exciting world of crypto currencies!
  • Mobile Payments – Really!! What Do You Mean? A Regulators Worst Nightmare Recorded: May 6 2014 34 mins
    Robert Courtneidge, Global Head of Cards and Payments, Locke Lord LLP
    Mobile payments is a wide term which can refer to a multitude of different activities based around a mobile phone (smart phone). These activities can include acquiring (MPOS, QRCodes, NFC and other contactless means of payment), mobile banking, peer-to-peer payment innovations, premium SMS and other pay by phone options and payment/loyalty apps.

    The regulation that covers the above is equally wide ranging from the regulation of payment services and electronic money to the use of personal data and telco regulation.

    The European Commission in its wisdom drafted a very good green paper back in January 2012 entitled "Toward an integrated European market for card, internet and mobile payments" which recognised that mobile was simply a device/medium and not a payment method in itself. The aim of the paper was to increase competition, provide more choice and transparency for consumers, grow innovation and promote payment security and consumer trust. As recently as November 2013, the European Central Bank published its "recommendations for the security of mobile payments" and these have been endorsed by the national banks of the European Union. In the draft Second Payment Services Directive we see a continued push into this space of creating a secure and regulated platform for mobile issuing and acquiring in payments.
  • Prepaid Market Trends: A Global Overview - Part 2 Recorded: Feb 24 2014 62 mins
    Peter Sidenius, Director, Edgar, Dunn & Company & Member of the PIF Board of Directors
    Join us for this 60 minute webinar covering prepaid market trends in key regions across the world.

    Presented by Peter Sidenius, a Director with Edgar, Dunn & Company and member of the PIF Board of Directors, this webinar is the second in a two part series providing in-depth insights to the global prepaid landscape.

    This webinar will compare and contrast key growth areas, dominant segments and market opportunity estimates for selected markets in North America, Asia Pacific and Africa with references to:

    •The key drivers of consumer, government and corporate prepaid programmes
    •The impact of the regulatory environment on prepaid market growth

    A live Q&A session will take place during the broadcast.

    About PIF

    Prepaid International Forum (PIF) is a not-for-profit trade association established in 2007 to represent the interests of all parties participating in the prepaid economy on a commercial basis. PIF is dedicated to the progression of the prepaid industry and acts as a principal point of liaison between the prepaid economy and government agencies, regulators and the media.

    PIF members include issuers of prepaid products and services, Card Schemes, processors and suppliers of services to the industry.

    In 2013 PIF announced plans to expand its international presence with the launch of a regional Chapter for the Middle East under the Patronage of TSYS. Learn more
  • Big Data and Mobile Business: Opportunities, Privacy and Data Protection Recorded: Jan 21 2014 48 mins
    Dr Bostjan Makarovic, Chief Consultant, Aphaia; Jean-Stephane Gourevitch, Managing Director, Mobile Convergence Ecosystems
    Very few sectors and market segments are left untouched by the digital/mobile convergence ecosystem. The retail and distribution sectors are among those where new consumer behaviours and consumption patterns extensively using digital and mobile tools and devices are changing the paradigms. Comparing prices on the go, comparing products on the move, shopping on the go, Research Online, Purchase offline (RoPo), Social Local Mobile commerce/SoLoMo possibly including augmented reality and targeted advertisement are forcing to coordinate far better the physical and virtual distribution, retail and delivery channels.

    Big data, which is increasingly linked to the use of mobile devices by adding a geographical component to the transactions, is therefore increasingly a strategic resource not only for mobile operators but also to technology giants such as Google or Amazon, retailers, banks and payment services providers.

    Policy and regulation play a vital role here, especially in the EU markets where detailed provisions protect consumer privacy and regulate individual consent to process personal data. The new EU Data Protection Regulation foresees limits as to profiling.

    Furthermore, according to the 2009 regulatory framework, a specific regime applies for the use of mobile location data. Because big data enables the making of huge amounts of unprecedented connections between consumer information, its reality inevitably challenges the ‘consent’ concept of the EU data protection rules.

    Industry / policy solutions to be discussed:

    • effective use of big data in the mobile business ecosystem
    • linking data and profiling consumers across different platforms (mobile networks, online email and social network accounts, payment services, retailers)
    • reconcile mobile big data with the EU data protection framework
    • what do the expected new EU data protection laws mean for mobile data processing?
    • how to obtain a valid customer ‘consent’ in the big data context?
  • Compliance & Risk Management: Striking the Right Balance... Recorded: Oct 11 2013 40 mins
    Neira Jones, Partner, Accourt Ltd, Chairman, Cybercrime Advisory Board, CSCSS
    Part of the Payments Guru series this webinar brings you one of the world's leading experts in financial security to examine the balance you should seek to strike between compliance and risk management in your payments platforms. The presenter, Neira Jones, will start you thinking about the beneficial relationship these two functions can have - a topic that will be considered in more practical detail at the one day seminar www.mobilepayments-rri.com

    Webinar overview:
    The digital economy brings dramatic transformation, creating new business models, supply chains, revenue streams and partnerships across sectors. Whilst security, risk and fraud have traditionally been seen as business inhibitors, we now live in a world where trust is not only at the forefront of everyone’s mind but increasingly a ground for opportunity.

    As the physical and digital worlds converge, business leaders seek to shape and transform their organisations whilst safeguarding the trust invested in them by their customers and stakeholders. The environment is challenging:
    - The cloud, big data, mobile and digital commerce are creating new consumption habits.
    - Mobile is becoming the fastest growing interaction channel and is already encroaching on the traditional physical space, in a commercial sense, but also within the enterprise, as exemplified by BYOD and social media.
    - Identity is the new money and privacy is being redefined.
    - Innovative digital players are rapidly, and sometimes unexpectedly, disrupting traditional businesses that are too slow to embrace change.
    The new market place has no boundaries, consequently nor has cybercrime. In the meantime, the regulatory and compliance landscape has become a maze.

    To succeed in today’s world, the new breed of business leaders must understand all the interactions to strike the right balance.
  • Unravelling the New Regulatory Framework for Payments: Impacts & Opportunities Recorded: Sep 27 2013 31 mins
    Jean-Stephane Gourevitch, Director, Mobile Convergence Ecosystems
    Strategic and policy evolutions in the Card, Internet and Mobile Payments markets in Europe could have significant impact on the market as well as influence the debates in other regions.

    The presentation in July 2013 by the European Commission of the legislative package submitted to the European Parliament and the EU Council for adoption before April 2014 is a milestone that will bring important changes to the industry. It is also complemented by specific actions from the EU Member States Governments particularly the UK.

    With significant disruptions in technology, commerce, structure and consumer demands already impacting the payments industry, this regulatory package provides, if adopted, a significant driver for increased competition, opportunities and risks for both incumbent and new market players.

    Some of the debates are also relevant for other regions such as Africa, a pioneering area for m-Payments where policy-makers are watching the European Union's actions.

    This webinar will provide participants with a high-level strategic overview of some key market, competitive and policy/regulatory insights that are going to shape the future of the payments industry.
  • Disruptions in Digital Payments in China 2013 Recorded: Sep 24 2013 30 mins
    Charmaine Oak, Director, Digital Money Practice Lead, Shift Thought
    China, one of the largest and fastest growing payments markets in the world, is undergoing rapid transformation. Renowned as a particularly difficult market to enter, recent developments make it a hard to ignore opportunity....

    The addition of 250 new third party non-bank providers is causing rapid changes in the way people pay. The large providers of online payments and digital wallets are now going offline and entering into the domestic retail payments with innovative mobile payments services.

    Meanwhile mobile payment standards are being finalised, and this should address the current problems of highly fragmented markets. There has also been a rapid spread of high speed mobile networks, and cheap smartphone handset to utilise the services.

    Previously payment providers grew rapidly in the absence of regulation, reaching a point where they presented a threat to a number of incumbent players. New regulations have forced them now to obtain licences. Already many tranches of licences have been granted; the latest ones even include foreign companies.

    So how do you take advantage of this opportune time?
    Having attempted to enter this market on behalf of large mobile operator groups, global banks and money transfer operators, we at Shift Thought recognised the need for a navigational tool to steer entrants in their ambitions relating to entry into the China Payments market.

    This webinar explores the Chinese payments ecosystem and digital money initiatives. It offers some of the analysis and learning from the recently completed analysis by Shift Thought, published in their latest report “Digital Money in China 2013”. Valuable insight and robust intelligence into a complex and previously perilous market to enter to help you identify, develop or refine your strategy.
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