The value of exhibiting at Sibos
Three of the 2017 exhibitors explain why their organisation has chosen to attend the event
This year’s delegates will be able to meet around 200 financial institutions, application and middleware vendors, systems integrators, consultants, central clearing systems, and FinTechs from across the global financial ecosystem.
With all the biggest names, all in one place, the Sibos exhibition, which will be housed in the Connect Zone at the MTCC, provides unparalleled business opportunities and access.
We spoke with three of the 2017 exhibitors to find out more about their reasons for getting involved.
Devbridge Group partners with banks to create award-winning digital products that align closely with customer and business needs while facilitating an agile transformation. Through a combination of cross-functional, agile teams and DevOps, they’ve been able to ship products to market 400% faster and at a quarter of the budget compared to similar bank initiatives.
In the below video, Adam Rusciolelli, Vice President - Business Development, Devbridge Group, talks about connecting with financial services leaders, learning about the challenges faced by clients and sharing knowledge with industry peers.
AxiomSL is the global leader in risk data management and regulatory reporting solutions for the financial industry, including banks, broker dealers, asset managers and insurance companies. Its unique enterprise data management (EDM) platform delivers data lineage, risk aggregation, analytics, workflow automation, reconciliation, validation and audit functionality, as well as disclosures.
In the following video, Francine Gittins, Global Senior VP Marketing & Communications, AxiomSL, explains how Sibos brings together thought leaders from around the world and how the event has moved further into the compliance arena.
McKinsey & Company
Another organisation exhibiting this year is McKinsey & Company. A global management consulting firm with over 100 offices across more than 75 countries, McKinsey is a trusted advisor and counsellor to the leaders of many of the world's most successful businesses and institutions.
Natasha Karr, Global Payments Practice Manager, McKinsey & Company, said:
“McKinsey places great importance on reach and relevance – and being at such an influential financial services event has a positive impact on both.”
“Sibos provides a platform for us to meet with our clients and deliver our perspectives to the wider industry. This year, we’re also looking forward to having the opportunity to deepen our relationships with Canadian banks in the areas of payments and cash management.”
Join us in Toronto in October to engage with these major industry players and many more.