Sibos, the premier business forum for the global financial community to debate and collaborate in the areas of payments, securities, cash management and trade, is happening in Sydney, October 22 - 25 2018. This year’s theme is “enabling the digital economy” and is focused on the transformative opportunities sweeping through the industry.
Trulioo will be present at the Discover Zone and on the Discover Stage:
Discover Zone — DZ57
The Discover Zone will unite all innovation stakeholders from across Sibos in one distinct area. Located on L4 at ICC Sydney, it will provide the ultimate arena for collaborative innovation between the world’s financial institutions, top FinTech companies, local FinTech start-ups and leading universities.
Schedule a meeting with one of our representatives.
Next Gen KYB and KYC: Compliance Meets Automation and Digitization
Tuesday, October 23rd, 9:00 to 9:15a.m. — The Discover Stage
In today’s increasingly digital, interconnected world, many financial institutions struggle to meet the legal demands and complexities of regulation and compliance – not to mention the expectations of corporate banking clients and customers who only use digital channels for their transactions. However, solutions for banks to improve the customer experience exist, such as faster client onboarding and increased visibility throughout the onboarding process. Labour-intensive, manual processes can be dramatically reduced through the use of automated and digitized KYB and KYC solutions during the customer due diligence process.
But how can traditional financial institutions embrace digital technologies at different degrees and migrate from physical to digital channels? What complexities and considerations must be taken into account?
Join Anatoly Kvitnitsky, Trulioo’s VP of Growth, at the Discover Stage to find out how you can implement eKYB and eKYC processes to speed up client onboarding and increase visibility. We’ll show you how automation and digitization will help you improve the customer experience, while reducing cost, fraud and the risk of non-compliance.
More About Sibos 2018
How can banks leverage industry platforms and infrastructures to meet common challenges and develop new customer propositions? Banks are reappraising and reengineering their business models, service offerings and relationships with third parties. At this year’s Sibos, four sub-themes will examine how financial service providers can make their own transformational journeys:
- How data, AI and robotics are driving service innovation and business model renewal
- New paradigms and technologies for information sharing to tackle financial crime
- Tackling the widening cybersecurity challenge in the digital economy
- Adapting to evolving geopolitical and regulatory priorities
The digital economy is enabling new opportunities — and poses new threats — for the banking industry. Learn what enabling the digital economy means for your institution at Sibos 2018.