Shaping the financial services of the future
Many financial services firms still struggle with making a digital transformation. Legacy systems, processes, and relationships make innovation extremely difficult, even as new technology ramps up clients’ expectations and attracts new competitors.
Optimizing the benefits of technology in a cost-efficient manner could mean re-evaluating on and off-premise infrastructure investments, making changes in staffing and skills training, engaging more deeply in line of business, encouraging more Chief Digital Officer/Chief Marketing Officer collaboration, and up the commitment to ITaaS delivery.
- Which IT developments are financial service firms investing in the most?
- Which functions will be replaced by fully digital cores?
- Preparing data for machine learning means storing, organizing, and curating data. How much of a priority is this data-labeling task?
6:30 pm: Arrival and drinks reception
7:00 pm: Welcoming and opening address
7:10 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
8:10 pm: Dinner served as the discussion is brought to a close
9:00 pm: Change of seats before dessert
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SVP, Enterprise Platforms & Services of Realogy
AVP, Technology Services Support Manager of NBT Bank
CTO of MedReview
VP, Engineering of Leviton
VP in Database Management of Safra National Bank of New York
CTO of Gen II Fund Services
Managing Director, Digital Transformation of RM & Assoc, Inc.
Head of the Americas of Citywire USA
General Manager of SOLVE
VP, Global Head of Master Data Solutions of Dun & Bradstreet
Managing VP of Capital One
Executive Director of Rabobank
Managing Director, Enterprise Data Management of Argus Information and Advisory Services
Partner of ff Venture Capital
Regional Head of Business Services Transformation of HSBC Bank USA
Managing Director, IT COO & CTO of Oz Management
First Vice President, IT of Israel Discount Bank
Chief Product Officer of Strategic Funding Source