New opportunities for legacy financial institutions

The core of fintech is digital transformation; using technology to improve the speed, scale and opportunities of the financial industry. But now, the pandemic has further transformed fintech, creating immediate needs for no-touch financial services and solutions.

One event that aims to inspire and educate in these challenging times is FinTech Connect, the world’s number one event for financial technology. This year it will bring together more than 8,000 global thought leaders to showcase innovation and disruption in financial technologies.

Panel: How do legacy financial institutions take advantage of the “new normal”?

Dec. 2, 3.20 p.m. GMT/7.20 a.m. PST

This panel is part of the DX Connect 2020 stream, which is focused on how financial institutions can rapidly accelerate their plans for digital transformation in order to stay in the game, and to remain engaged with their clients.

Panelists:

Zac Cohen - COO, Trulioo
Jamie Broadbent - Head of Digital & Innovation, RBS International
Amar Ahluwalia - Vice-President, Corporate Development & Partnerships, Coast Capital Savings
Ashish Gupta - Head of Platforms and Digital Strategy for Derivatives, UBS
Rita Martins - Digital Transformation Lead, HSBC
Adam Davis - Head of Delivery, 11:FS

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Top three pre-Fintech Connect reads

Here are some blog posts to help you get up to speed on some of the latest trends and developments in fintech.

API-driven solutions for AML/KYC compliance
In general, APIs offer a quicker, easier and less costly path to deliver new services that meet consumer demands and the expectations of today and tomorrow. Already, there are over 2,000 APIs in the financial category and many more to come as advancements in big data, AI, blockchain technology, machine-learning and other areas take off.

Securing the future — the true potential of open banking
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to rely on digital finance more than ever. Will it demonstrate to the public the true potential of open banking?

Banking on trust in turbulent times
The banking sector needs to foster trust at a time when the world is facing unprecedented levels of uncertainty and stands on the brink of a severe global recession. Yet without a doubt, a thriving digital economy will be critical for the global economy to bounce back quickly and strongly from this pandemic.

Ask us anything

We’ll have a virtual booth at Fintech Connect, so please stop by and say “hello!” We look forward to connecting with you Nov. 30 – Dec. 4!

In the meantime, you can book a meeting to chat with us about digital onboarding, AML/KYC compliance, fraud prevention or identity verification.