Past sibos: Toronto 2017

Tapping into academic research in today’s turbulent world

18 October 2017
09:00 to 09:45
Main conference session SWIFT Institute
Dean and Professor of Business Administration
Lerner College of Business & Economics, University of Delaware
Moderator
Chief Executive Officer
Euroclear UK & Ireland
Chief Tecchnology Officer
Scotiabank
Strategy Professor and Co-Director of the Scotiabank Digital Banking Lab
Ivey Business School, Western University

The financial services industry has a complex technical infrastructure, rich stores of data, and an array of mature processes and practices. The sheer pace of change can make it difficult to recognise where to go for critical lessons and evidence-based insights, and to harness the knowledge these resources can provide. The challenges are well-known: new technologies, cybersecurity, geo-politics, and a more demanding customer base. The SWIFT Institute works to support the industry by sponsoring independent research into topics affecting the industry and its customers world-wide. Academic research provides objective insights into how to manage in today’s turbulent world, and be better prepared for the future. Academia and the financial industry have different goals and timeframes, but have substantial overlap in their interests. Collaborations benefit us all by increasing knowledge and understanding of today’s business practices and addressing tomorrow’s challenges. What are the right topics to focus research efforts on? What questions can be asked and answered regarding cyber, regulation, and technology? An expert panel of academics and industry practitioners will discuss academic research contributions to date, and how to derive more value from it. You will have the opportunity to share your views on where future research efforts should be focused.

Main conference session
18 October 2017
08:30 to 09:00
Main conference session Innotribe
Main conference session
18 October 2017
09:00 to 09:45
Main conference session SWIFT Auditorium