Are disruptive innovations transforming the financial services landscape, or are we simply in the middle of a new technology cycle?

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.

Education: Cyber 101 – Artificial Intelligence for Information Security

InfoSec (information security) professionals are facing cyber threats that are increasing in both volume and complexity. Over the past year many discussions have taken place with security leaders about the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in InfoSec. Those discussions have highlighted a level of confusion concerning AI concepts. Specifically this confusion concerns the differences between Machine Learning (ML) and AI, and also raises the question, “What is Deep Learning?”.

Is it time for global financial market infrastructures to do more?

As the retail and corporate space in financial markets becomes increasingly streamlined, is there a role for financial market infrastructures (FMIs) to do even more to help the same happen in the wholesale market?
Increased capital charges, along with associated regulation, are having an impact on the entire wholesale market, and as a result, the cost and complexity of doing business. Is this, combined with the growth of emerging, and some disruptive, technologies going to change the landscape for this critical part of financial markets and what does that mean for FMIs?

Cognitive business and the future of financial services

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?

DLT and cybersecurity: Sibos week wrap-up

In this session, we will summarise all DLT and Cyber-Security sessions of the week, spotlighting key highlights and learnings through videos and live scribes.

This wrap-up will be immediately followed by our Innotribe closing keynote with Dr. Douglas Rushkoff, Professor of Media Theory and Digital Economics at CUNY/Queens, technology and media commentator for CNN, digital literacy advocate for, and a renown lecturer on media, technology, culture and economics around the world.

Forward compatibility

Forward compatibility is a capability to plan ahead for gradual adoption by an ecosystem. This is about knowing HOW to get to the new/next destination:

• How do you rally the main stakeholders of the ecosystem into a rigorous system and process innovation? Process innovation is different from process-, datamodel-, or messaging standardisation. It is not about standardising the existing, and guaranteeing backwards compatibility. It is about co-creating a new reality

Innotribe day opening and Industry Challenge on Compliance

Innotribe has provided powerful insights on innovation to our community since 2009, highlighting the emerging trends poised to transform the financial services industry.

Join this session (interactive and facilitated conversation between our speakers and thought-leaders) to get an overview of the Innotribe programme this year, covering topics from disruption patterns and modern organisation to man-machine convergence and platform cooperation.