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Sibos TV - Talking Sibos - Monday 26 September

Published Sep 26, 2016

Talking Sibos looks at the event from the heart of the exhibition floor. Presented by Steven Chia and Nadine Dereza, we go out and about to meet exhibitors and delegates - talking to them about life at Sibos 2016.

 

Sibos TV- Lunch With Sibos - Tuesday 27 September

Published Sep 29, 2016

Lunch with Sibos is an intelligent digest of Sibos content featuring in-depth interviews, panel discussions and session previews. Presented by Nadine Dereza and Steven Chia it also features the Sibos Game Changers - interviews with thought leaders and influencers from the world of finance and beyond.

Today's video features the following great highlights:
- The Game Changer Interview with Bruce Weber
- A panel on Cyber and Operational Challenges with Marcel Bronmans & Javier Perez-Tasso
- A panel called - Towards A Single Payments Platform with Lisa Lansdowne-Higgins, Tony Brady & Marc Bayle
- A Compliance Panel on Counter-terrorism Finance with Tom Keatinge, Joel Lange & James Freis.

 

Recent trends in counter terrorist financing - Compliance - Sibos 2016

Published Oct 14, 2016

Terrorists have become increasingly adept at using the Internet and social media to gain and monetise support. Regulators and the industry are working together to prevent terrorist groups from using the global financial system for illicit purposes.

What are the latest trends in Counter Terrorist Financing (CTF)? Are there standardised, cost-effective methods of choking off the financial lifeblood of terrorist organisations without drowning the industry in additional regulation, imposing financial harm on innocent parties, or raising data privacy concerns?

 

Sibos TV - Good Morning Sibos - Monday 26 September

Published Sep 26, 2016

Good Morning Sibos is a lively breakfast magazine programme profiling the events of the day both inside and outside the conference centre. Previews, reviews and interviews, in a fresh and entertaining formula, hosted by Nadine Dereza and Steven Chia. It's the only way to start a busy Sibos day.

 

Sibos TV - Talking Sibos - Thursday 29 September

Published Sep 29, 2016

Talking Sibos looks at the event from the heart of the exhibition floor. Presented by Steven Chia and Nadine Dereza, we go out and about to meet exhibitors and delegates - talking to them about life at Sibos 2016.

Today's video features:
- Interview from Swiss FinTech Corner with Yohann Perron
- Interviews with Swiss FinTech start-ups: Johann Gevers, Alexandre Gaillard, Serge Billieux, Mathias Wegmuller

 

Reinventing correspondent banking: Where next? - Banking - Sibos 2016

Published Oct 14, 2016

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 cooperation with fin-tech companies? Where can back-offices be streamlined? Join this session to debate what the banking industry’s next move should be.

 

Sibos TV - Lunch With Sibos - Monday 26 September

Published Sep 26, 2016

Lunch with Sibos is an intelligent digest of Sibos content featuring in-depth interviews, panel discussions and session previews. Presented by Nadine Dereza and Steven Chia it also features the Sibos Game Changers - interviews with thought leaders and influencers from the world of finance and beyond.

 

Sibos TV - Good Morning Sibos - Thursday 29 September

Published Sep 29, 2016

Good Morning Sibos is a lively breakfast magazine programme profiling the events of the day both inside and outside the conference centre. Previews, reviews and interviews, in a fresh and entertaining formula, hosted by Nadine Dereza and Steven Chia. It's the only way to start a busy Sibos day.

Today's video will feature the following:
-Business of the Day Panel with Chris Hall, Tom Groenfeldt & Tanya Andreasyan
-A Innotribe preview interview with Douglas Rushkoff
-A Interview with Conny Dorrestijn

 

Sibos 2016 Geneva - Time Lapse

Published Oct 17, 2016

Over 8,300 attendees joined us at Palexpo for Sibos 2016. Thanks to all the exhibitors, speakers and delegates who helped to make the event a success!

 

BIg Issue Debate - Future of Money - Monday 26 September

Published Sep 27, 2016

The Future of Money session at Sibos has become the “crystal ball” identifying major disruptive trends that are likely to affect the financial services industry in coming years.

In previous years, this session covered topics such as the latest developments on virtual currencies and blockchain, the disaggregation and unbundling of the financial services value chain, and automated credit. But what’s the next big disruptive force?

We believe the new buzzword is the interconnectedness of everything at scale and speed. In this Internet of Everything, every thing talks to every thing and end-points make their own decisions, powered by sensor-driven data collection, machine learning and automated decision making.

It is not the sharing economy as we know it, but a data sharing economy where driverless cars make toll road payments per minute, washing machines decide the right energy vendor at what time and price, where products are created ad-hoc and in situ by 3D printers (with IP royalties paid in real time), where investment decisions are made by a new breed of robo-advisors in real time.

Everything happens at scale and speed. This real-time economy will require a fundamental new infrastructure with more dramatic intermediation than what we see today in payments and securities, with frictionless micro-commerce and micro-payment transactions enabling real transparency of money and value in general.

We will need to rethink the notion of ownership and the definition and management of intellectual property, financial assets, digital assets, rights management and royalties in fully distributed peer-to-peer world. And how do we regulate a world where all the rules have changed?

We move from enabling transactions to enabling commerce, from transaction networks to new articulations of value- and trust-webs.

This session will bring together some of the sharpest thought leaders on this radical transformation of our industry, and will focus on the inter-connectedness of everything.

Two moderators will guide the audience through this exercise and ensure a deep interaction with the speakers in an exciting interactive format.

Since Sibos Toronto in 2011, the Innotribe “Future of Money” is standing room only. For the first year, the session moved to the plenary room as a big issue debate, so make sure you’re there early!

 

Sibos TV - Sibos Today - Thursday 29 September

Published Sep 29, 2016

Sibos Today brings you in-depth interviews and panel discussions with those at the heart of the industry. It also gives delegates a taste of the rich variety of Geneva's culture and nightlife and ideas for how to spend the evening until the next action-packed day at Sibos.

Today's video features the following:
- Interview with Sven Bossu
- Interview with Lisa Lansdowne-Higgins
- Interviews with delegates

 

Opening of the Compliance stream - Sibos 2016

Published Oct 17, 2016

 

Sibos 2016 - Opening Plenary - Monday 26 September

Published Sep 27, 2016

The welcome address will be given by our guest speaker, Thomas J. Jordan, Chairman of the Swiss National Bank. Mr. Jordan’s address will be followed by the SWIFT plenary. SWIFT’s Chairman of the Board, Yawar Shah, and SWIFT’s CEO, Gottfried Leibbrandt, will share their perspectives on the last 12 months, the industry challenges ahead, and SWIFT’s role in addressing them.

 

Sibos TV - Lunch With Sibos - Thursday 29 September

Published Sep 29, 2016

Lunch with Sibos is an intelligent digest of Sibos content featuring in-depth interviews, panel discussions and session previews. Presented by Nadine Dereza and Steven Chia it also features the Sibos Game Changers - interviews with thought leaders and influencers from the world of finance and beyond.

Today's video features the following:
- Game Changer Interview with Amber Case
- Interview with Sue Dean; Interview with Shekhar Bhandari
- Panel on Global Payments Innovations Initiative with Mark Buitenhek, Paula Roels and John Hunter

 

Blockchain 2020: What next for adoption by the financial industry? - Banking - Sibos 2016

Published Oct 17, 2016

What are the technical and business impediments holding back the adoption of distributed ledger / blockchain technology? With multiple use cases in securities, payments and trade finance being discussed, how can the industry deliver on the promise of a frictionless and decentralised exchange of value and asset ownership? What is the role of consortiums such as the Linux Foundation Hyperledger project and other vendor ecosystems? Will cybersecurity be a driver or a hurdle for adoption?

In this session, our panel will debate the technical and privacy barriers that need to be crossed to enable this technology to have a transformative impact on the financial industry.

 

Sibos TV - Good Morning Sibos - Tuesday 27 September

Published Sep 27, 2016

Good Morning Sibos is a lively breakfast magazine programme profiling the events of the day both inside and outside the conference centre. Previews, reviews and interviews, in a fresh and entertaining formula, hosted by Nadine Dereza and Steven Chia. It's the only way to start a busy Sibos day.

 

Big Issue Debate: Disruptive innovations transforming the financial services - Thursday 29 September

Published Sep 30, 2016

Since being propelled into the spotlight in 2009, the FinTech industry has grown exponentially and now stands at more 12,000 FinTech companies worldwide. Whilst the drive and passion of the founders of these companies is as strong as ever, the mood inside has changed from one of disintermediation to collaboration, accompanied by a shift in focus from front office to back office innovations. The financial industry has played a crucial role in this transformation by engaging with FinTech companies through acceleration programmes, in-house labs, investment funds of their own, partnerships, and acquisitions. The industry has sought to capitalise on the values that small dynamic startups can bring in terms of agility, speed and focus, together with the strengths of the industry around scale, robustness, and the investments we have made in compliance to better serve our customers. Join us for this interactive session, where you will listen to three leaders from the financial, technology and the FinTech ecosystems discuss and debate the impact of new technology on the financial industry, and whether this is merely another technology cycle, or if we are truly in the midst of a fundamental transformation of the way we all do business.

 

Sibos TV - Sibos Today - Monday 26 September

Published Sep 27, 2016

Sibos Today brings you in-depth interviews and panel discussions with those at the heart of the industry. It also gives delegates a taste of the rich variety of Geneva's culture and nightlife and ideas for how to spend the evening until the next action-packed day at Sibos.

 

Sibos 2016 - Closing Plenary - Thursday 29 September

Published Sep 30, 2016

Sibos will close with the thoughts of Bertrand Piccard, a Swiss psychiatrist and solar adventurer famous for circumnavigating the Earth in a hot-air balloon in 1999.

 

Sibos TV - Talking Sibos - Tuesday 27 September

Published Sep 27, 2016

Talking Sibos looks at the event from the heart of the exhibition floor. Presented by Steven Chia and Nadine Dereza, we go out and about to meet exhibitors and delegates - talking to them about life at Sibos 2016.

 

Sibos 2016 - Highlights from the week in Geneva

Published Oct 05, 2016

 

Sibos TV - Sibos Today - Tuesday 27 September

Published Sep 28, 2016

Sibos Today brings you in-depth interviews and panel discussions with those at the heart of the industry. It also gives delegates a taste of the rich variety of Geneva's culture and nightlife and ideas for how to spend the evening until the next action-packed day at Sibos.

Today's video covers an Interview with Kevin Keegan; and a panel on Learning from FinTech with Warren Mead, Fabian Vandenreydt and Christophe Chazot.

 

How to safely bank low-risk clients in high-risk jurisdictions - Compliance - Sibos 2016

Published Oct 11, 2016

Banks face a difficult balancing act when it comes to banking legitimate customers in high-risk jurisdictions. The cost of additional due diligence and the risk of compliance missteps can be high, particularly when balanced against the relatively modest financial returns that such relationships often deliver. What can banks do avoid fines as well as financial exclusion? Are there global or community-driven strategies that can benefit all? How does the shifting sanctions landscape, with restrictions being relaxed for some countries, change the compliance dynamic?

 

Big Issue Debate: Financial stability - The Future of Global Finance - Tuesday 27 September

Published Sep 28, 2016

Eight years on from the financial crisis and market conditions remain challenging. The global economy is shaky at best; ongoing reforms have fundamentally changed banks’ capital, liquidity, and resolvability -- in many ways for the better -- but specific issues and the interaction of regulations continue to generate uncertainty; higher capital requirements are limiting lending; banks’ ability to support liquid markets is limited by structural reforms (Volker, Vickers, Liikanen) as well as more stringent capital and liquidity requirements; zero per cent and even negative interest rates are challenging returns; stringent interpretations of often-vague financial crime compliance obligations are constraining correspondent banking and some payments businesses, especially in the weakest countries; supervisors require huge investments in the banks’ IT infrastructure; and, as if that were not enough, technological rivals are keenly contesting banks’ traditional activities. This climate shows no sign of changing, so what can banks do to help steer the economy in a more positive direction? Can and should non-banks step in, and what does that mean for the traditional banking sector? How can regulators maintain a level playing field without stifling innovation? How will banks face up to the challenge from non-traditional competitors, reap advantage from advances in technology and address the growing challenge of financial inclusion? To what extent can technology mitigate some of the regulatory challenges banks (especially) face? Join our panel of experts as they debate how the banks should react to these challenges, and what banks can do to bolster the world’s economy and ensure a stable and resilient financial system?

 

The spectre of cyber threats: How can the industry fight back? - Banking - Sibos 2016

Published Oct 11, 2016

The bad guys that live in the shadows are smart, well-resourced and are more focused than ever on the banking community – simply because that’s where the money is. Every organisation is a potential target. In response, the industry is starting to embed cyber-security in all aspects of their end-to-end process – from adopting robust security controls, instilling best practice, securing all the end-points, to protecting against the weakest link – human error. This panel session will explore how the industry should to fight back, how it should approach the need for all-encompassing cyber-security, whilst keeping ahead in an ever-changing and competitive market.

 

Big Issue Debate: Cybersecurity - Catching the bad guys - Tuesday 27 September

Published Sep 28, 2016

For over a decade, cyberattacks have been increasing in number and complexity. Threats are more sophisticated than ever with highly organised and well-trained cyber criminals, prepared to play a patient long game to achieve their aims. With all elements of the financial services industry under threat, skilled staff are being deployed, cybersecurity budgets are skyrocketing and collaboration between firms and with law enforcement agencies is increasing in breadth and scale. What practical and strategic approaches should banks and other financial institutions pursue to protect themselves and their clients? What is the best way to gather counter-intelligence to stop the perpetrators?

 

Learning from FinTech: Can we fail fast, and learn fast? - Culture - Sibos 2016

Published Oct 11, 2016

FinTech and new technologies are definitely the hot topic of the moment – and often contrasted with a view that incumbent banks are slow to innovate or change. What can be learned from FinTechs? Where have banks incorporated new agile methods of developing, testing and launching products – through accelerators, incubators and hackathons?

 

Sibos TV - Good Morning Sibos - Wednesday 28 September

Published Sep 28, 2016

Good Morning Sibos is a lively breakfast magazine programme profiling the events of the day both inside and outside the conference centre. Previews, reviews and interviews, in a fresh and entertaining formula, hosted by Nadine Dereza and Steven Chia. It's the only way to start a busy Sibos day.

Today's video features:
- Business of the Day panel with Chris Hall, Clarissa Dan & Antony Peyton
- A fascinating Interview about cognitive technology with Dean Garfield, who also moderated the Big Issue Debate on Cognitive Business today

 

The Ultimate Corporate Wish List - Banking - Sibos 2016

Published Oct 11, 2016

Over the years, retail customers are benefitting earlier and faster financial service improvements from digitalisation than corporates. Expectations from corporates are shaped by their clients interactions with new digital service providers and expect a similar experience from their bank. While corporates and banks continue to work together to improve process efficiency in the treasury, the new era of tighter budgets and slimmer balance sheets is inspiring corporate treasurers to take greater responsibility for finding solutions to their strategic and operational challenges. How are corporate requirements evolving? How can banks remain the preferred financial partners of corporates? What are the key investments that banks now need to focus on?

 

Sibos 2016 - Anouk Foundation

Published Jul 18, 2016

Giving something back to our host city and the local community is an integral part of Sibos.

Our chosen charity for Sibos 2016 is the Anouk Foundation. Their mission is to create soothing environments for children and adults staying in hospitals, special needs institutions and nursing homes.

The non-profit foundation, headquartered in Geneva, was created in 2008, and uses art and music to foster healing and promote well-being across Europe’s medical facilities. To date, they have completed over 100 projects in 13 countries.

 

Sibos TV - Lunch With Sibos - Wednesday 28 September

Published Sep 28, 2016

Lunch with Sibos is an intelligent digest of Sibos content featuring in-depth interviews, panel discussions and session previews. Presented by Nadine Dereza and Steven Chia it also features the Sibos Game Changers - interviews with thought leaders and influencers from the world of finance and beyond.

Today's video features:
- The Game Changer Interview with Gerd Leonhard
- Interview with Jonathon Traer-Clark
- Panel on Diversity and Inclusion with Kim Newell Chebator, Herta Von Stiegel and Chitwant Kohli
- A final interview with Soren Haugaard

 

Towards a Single Payments Platform - Banking - Sibos 2016

Published Oct 11, 2016

Some markets are responding to the real-time payments trend by engaging with their stakeholders in strategic thinking to determine how best to move towards a single, multi-functional platform for all payments, not just domestic payments. What makes the business case to justify a major overhaul? What are the benefits, challenges and risks in creating a single, fast, hybrid infrastructure? And what role will new technology and new entrants play in this re-invention?

 

Minister Pierre Maudet on Sibos 2016 Geneva

Published Jun 29, 2016

 

Sibos TV - Talking Sibos - Wednesday 28 September

Published Sep 28, 2016

Talking Sibos looks at the event from the heart of the exhibition floor. Presented by Steven Chia and Nadine Dereza, we go out and about to meet exhibitors and delegates - talking to them about life at Sibos 2016.

This video features an interview about Standards with SWIFT's Andrew Muir; and Standards Forum Vox Pops.

 

When RegTech meets FinTech: How technology disruption intersects with regulation in securities

Published Oct 11, 2016

Financial services can be considered as one of the most complex and regulated activities on the planet. While FinTech initiatives are reducing parts of the complexity and stimulating change, there is a long-standing view that increasing regulation will hinder innovation and slow down the process. Nevertheless, with increasing data and reporting requirements, a new willingness to combine regulation with technology seems to provide the industry with a different view. In such context, can RegTech solutions be a better answer to meet regulatory and reporting requirements? Do FinTech companies need to extend their reach to disrupt regulation? Or ultimately, is RegTech the new FinTech?

 

Share your business card via the Sibos App

Published Oct 12, 2015

It's easier than ever to connect at Sibos! Please watch this short tutorial on one the key features of the official Sibos App.

 

Sibos TV - Sibos Today - Wednesday 28 September

Published Sep 28, 2016

Sibos Today brings you in-depth interviews and panel discussions with those at the heart of the industry. It also gives delegates a taste of the rich variety of Geneva's culture and nightlife and ideas for how to spend the evening until the next action-packed day at Sibos.

Today's video covers the panel on Distributed Ledger Technology with Thomas Zeeb and Blythe Masters, and an interview with Susan Skerritt.

 

Enabling the investment management's next era: The rise of the robo-adviser - SIbos 2016

Published Oct 11, 2016

To remain sustainable, the funds industry is under increasing pressure to deliver reliable returns at reduced risk and cost. What are the new approaches to achieve the best investment outcome for investors? How will innovative technology and disruptive finance play a role in reshaping the investment management world? In this session, we will examine the new alternatives, in particular Robo-Adviser technologies that enable investors to get on-line automated wealth management services without having to rely on human intervention.

 

The official Sibos App for 2016: A virtual tour

Published Sep 16, 2016

The Sibos App is available for Android and iOS mobile devices. You can download the updated 2016 version for free now through the Apple Store and Google Play.

Featuring an intuitive design with a simplified user interface and faster access to the information you need, the App provides the latest Sibos news at the touch of a button. Once you are onsite at Palexpo, watch out for innovative beacons around the venue that will communicate and interact with the App. Enable Bluetooth and notifications on your mobile device to receive further information about key features.

 

Big Issue Debate: Cognitive business and the future of financial services - Wednesday 28 September

Published Sep 29, 2016

Every bank today – indeed, every business – is seeking to become “digital.” They are adopting analytics, mobile and social technologies – aiming to capture the economic value of the world’s great new natural resource of data. But what happens when every bank is a digital bank, every insurer a digital insurer, every store a digital store? What will provide differentiation and unique value? A new class of cognitive systems that understand, reason and learn, in combination with intelligent automation and blockchain networks, promise to transform operations, compliance, security and engagement across every industry, delivering truly individualised and secure client experiences.

This must-attend session will open with a keynote from Ginni Rometty, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of IBM, who will explore these trends. This will be followed by a moderated discussion with Sergio P. Ermotti, Group Chief Executive Officer, UBS, around the future of the financial landscape.

 

Machine learning – The future of compliance? - Sibos 2016

Published Oct 11, 2016

Machine Learning or Artificial Intelligence is gaining greater public and business awareness. From self-driving cars to cancer research, the long-predicted benefits are becoming reality. Machine Learning’s core characteristics – self-learning, intelligent yet consistent decision-making and managing complexity – are all attractive from a compliance perspective. What new technologies and approaches might support compliance programmes in the (near) future? Is the regulatory environment suitable for their adoption? How can the industry fully leverage the potential benefits?