Vladislav Solodkiy, chief executive officer and managing partner at Life.SREDA, discusses the coming of a crypto bank, the future of digital currencies, and how this global trend will affect the financial industry in the next few years.
Industrial boundaries, which were once clearly demarcated between telcos, banks, and technology providers, are ossifying. In the face of disruption, are commercial banks in Asia Pacific digitally ready and what could be the implications of these technological developments to the retail financial services industry?
Amar Singh, global cybersecurity and privacy thought leader, and Neeti Aggarwal, senior research manager, The Asian Banker, discuss how banks should prepare amidst increasing threats of financial crimes in the cyber space, and how to successfully manage fraud risk in the digital age.
Igor Pesin, fintech investor and partner, Life.Sreda, and Mike Kayamori, co-founder and chief executive officer, Quoine, discuss how new regulations will affect the growth of initial coin offerings, and what will the future look like for cryptocurrencies.
Roberto Ferrari, chief digital and information officer of Mediobanca group and former general manager of CheBanca, the first digital-only bank in Italy and one of the pioneers in Europe, discusses its establishment during the height of the global and European financial crises, its business model and multi-channel approach, as well as the challenges of achieving longer term profitability.
Rana Peries, director for digital and innovation at Barclays; Alfian Sharifuddin, head of technology and operations at DBS India; and Eugene Danilkis, chief executive officer, Mambu, discuss how banks are leveraging cloud computing and open banking architecture to overcome the limitations of traditional monolithic core banking systems