22 August 2019, Jakarta, Indonesia
The sessions will be highly experiential in format with opening and closing keynotes,
plenary session & dialogues and working luncheons.
Digitalisation and data to dominate alongside Robotic Process Automation, Blockchain, AI, open banking and 5G infrastructure making waves in the financial sector
Financial inclusion and the unbanked, where are we now?
Disruptors and challengers redefining established market boundaries
How regulation impacts on the industry – a look at Regtech helping E-commerce and payments
Panel moderated by Foo Boon Ping, Managing Editor, The Asian Banker
How does AI transform the way in which we talk to customers, invent products and services and organise ourselves for competition?
Should financial institutions be investing in AI or buying these services from technology players who are better invested?
What are some of the limitations of algorithms and how should we guard against biases?
Productive use of data and analytics for better customer insights and informed decision-making
Awards programme: Process, methodology and scorecards
Overview of the Indonesia retail banking market
Key findings from the awards programme
Best practices in Indonesia (based on submissions)
Increasing participation from the previously untapped sectors of the large young working population
Enabling technologies for reaching the unbanked and benefiting small businesses
Effective product building and cross selling
Incorporation of digital payments into lifestyle platforms
Reduced foreign investment limits on E-commerce to enlarge the playing field
Panel moderated by Urs Bolt, , International Resource Director, The Asian Banker
This international council is made up of decision makers from local banks, start-ups, unicorns and P2P players as well as investors from the region. The Council is meeting in this session to:
Exchange views between investors (both traditional banks as well as private equity players and the major start up accelerators)
Get a glimpse of the “investible ideas” emerging in the country
Have a glimpse of breakthroughs of innovations in banks and traditional financial institutions
The flow of the session will be as follows:
The rise in investment funds, angel and venture capitalism
The risks and statistics of start-up failures
Laws and regulations to drive innovation while ensuring secure P2P lending and development of the digital economy
How banks can incubate a start-up in their midst?
Panel moderated by Richard Hartung, , International Resource Director, The Asian Banker
Case studies from fintech players as well as bank internal innovation departments demonstrating outstanding creativity and potential in the market in the following areas:
- Branch innovations
- Financial inclusion
- Bitcoin applications
- Block chain and distributed ledgers
- P2P lending platforms
- Banking through wearable technology
- Online and mobile platform
The Council will converge to hear from the best-in-class innovation cases and select the top innovative start-up.
The case for and against Libra in securing cross border payments
The role of Regtech in smart contracts
Use of decentralised ledger technology with validators
Indonesia’s Futures Exchange Supervisory Board (Bappebti) recognizing crypto as a trading commodity
Panel moderated by Foo Boon Ping,Managing Editor, The Asian Banker