Reinventing correspondent banking: Where next?

CR3 2016-09-28T15:30:00.000Z

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CR3 2016-09-28T15:30:00.000Z

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Conference Room 3
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Susan Skerritt
Chairwoman, CEO and President of Deutsche Bank Trust Corporation, Global Head of Institutional Cash Management & Head of Global Transaction Banking, Americas
Deutsche Bank
Anurag Bajaj
Global Head of Banks, Transaction Banking
Standard Chartered
Greg Murray
Global Product Head of High Value Payments
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Philip Bruno
Expert Principal
McKinsey & Company
Peter Claus-Landi
Director Banking Initiatives, GE Treasury
General Electric Company
Joy Macknight
Transaction banking and technology editor
The Banker

Under ever greater pressure from their corporate customers to improve the cross-border payments experience – and challenged by the growing number of digital innovators – over 45 of world’s largest transaction banks teamed up in December 2015 to rethink the traditional correspondent banking model. Committed to offering new B2B cross-border payments with greater speed, transparency and end-to-end tracking, the piloting of the new service is already underway, and the first results will be shared at Sibos. While the train has clearly left the station, technological developments and customer expectations are evolving at an exponential rate and many questions remain: Will banks be able to keep up? Is there a business case for coopetition with fin-tech companies? Where can back-offices be streamlined? Join this session to debate what the banking industry’s next move should be.

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