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Sibos insights

Get world-leading insight from the world’s premier business forum for the global financial community

book coverSibos is the world’s premier financial services event, where the global financial community meet to debate and collaborate in the areas of payments, securities, cash management and trade.

Each year brings together 8,000+ business leaders, decision makers and topic experts. Every one is from a range of financial institutions, market infrastructures, multinational corporations and technology partners. All attend to share and participate in high-level discussions and analysis of the key issues affecting the financial services industry.

With Sibos 2017 fast approaching, you’re invited to explore the topics from 2016 and identify what’s had an impact, what’s trending, and what will be top of the agenda in the future:

Blockchain in practice – Q & A
Banks remain focused on understanding this technology, with adoption continuing to accelerate. Explore the outlook for using distributed ledger technology in cross-border payments, how blockchain will work with existing technology, and how banks could and should collaborate.

Open banking and open APIs – creating both opportunities and challenges for banks
The value of API in enabling a compelling customer experience. Includes analysis of open banking, and the need for banks to identify and collaborate with the right fintech partners. Plus a look at the technical, strategic and organisational aspects involved.

Cyber security – threats are here to stay
Why banks need to harness the innovation of fintech startups in areas such as biometrics, pattern recognition and remote controlled detection. Includes a focus on machine learning application – for compliance and risk, customer engagement and satisfaction, and security with analytics.

Artificial Intelligence and the impact on financial services
Shared insight from JP Morgan, discussing big data analytics. The bank doubled its big data nodes, ‘and that’s just the start’. Equity capital markets bankers are being supported with predictive analytics to help with targeting. Robotics is also explored, as a means of automating repetitive tasks, and offering customers more ‘intelligent’ services.

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