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SIBOS 2012 discussion underlines significant banking opportunities in China
Banks and IT vendors look to tap into the vast potential of the Chinese market, as China’s economy experience rapid growth in 2012.

Nov 12, 2012 | Baron Laudermilk

Finding lucrative opportunities in China was a major highlight at SIBOS 2012, which was held in Osaka, Japan. Bank executives discussed some of the main challenges and opportunities faced in an attempt to tap into the various Asian markets, as the US and European economy and slows. Despite Chinese banks’ refusal to attend SIBOS 2012 due to the ongoing territorial dispute between Tokyo and Beijing, banks and IT vendors engaged in furious discussion regarding banking opportunities in the second largest economy in the world. Below are some perspectives on the ground as The Asian Banker…

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Categories: Core Banking, Retail Banking, Technology & Operations, Trade Finance, Transaction Banking, Wealth Management
Keywords: SIBOS 2012, Banco Do Brazil, Vagner Vichiesi, BMO, Albert Yu, Julltje van der Wijk, ING Group, Bank of Beijing, Gil Gadot, Fundtech, Hugh Jones IV, Bankers Accuity
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