B-Hive: KYC and data privacy in a Distributed Ledger environment

The development and success of banks greatly depends on how efficient they are in dealing with the balance between data protection and the need to research sensitive customer data.

With that said, project identity management is a global challenge and opportunity. In this session, we will address the following questions and more:

-How are fintech companies developing KYC tools that also care about data privacy? Can this be done using blockchain technology?
-What are the pros and cons? What are the do’s and don’ts?

FIS: Fast forwarding to Real-Time - from the Nordics to Canada - bank views on going Open & Instant

The annual survey Flavors of Fast on global real-time payments clearly showed that the real winners are those who bring business value by combining the Open & Instant paradigm. In this session TD Bank will discuss how it modernizes its current payments platform in a way that is future fit for the quickly changing real-time landscape. Nordea sets ambitious strides in the open banking space and eCommerce and is readying itself for instant at the same time. Listen and learn from banks on opposite sides of the world.

NTT DATA Financial Services: Open banking – Impending threat or innovation opportunity?

NTT DATA Financial Services: Open Banking – Impending Threat or Innovation Opportunity? Open banking is fast emerging as the next wave within Financial Services. While quite a few banks seem to be still struggling with digital transformation, this new shift has forced financial institutions to re-visit their existing digital strategy. Moreover, emerging regulations such as PSD 2 in Europe are creating a level playing field for the new market entrants, who have the potential to disrupt and disintermediate existing financial institutions.

ING and Tieto: The impact of virtualisation on Cash Management

Over the past decade, the treasury function has increased significantly. Next to optimising working capital and seeking operational efficiencies, many treasuries now play a strategic role in the organization. As a result, treasury needs greater visibility and control of cash than ever before; it needs to be able to know where cash is, how it is being put to use and whether it could be used more effectively. It’s no surprise that treasurers are searching for ‘a way to do it better’ and take the next step.

LexisNexis: What is reputational risk?

- Reputational risk as compared to regulatory/enforcement risk.

- Direct reputational risk as compared to risk conveyed by suppliers, employees, and business partners.

- How does reputational risk first present?

- Screening/monitoring for reputational risk.

-Curated data vs. non-curated data

- Quantifying reputational risk: A review of past examples.

- Is reputational risk overstated?

- What is the cost benefit analysis of monitoring for emerging reputational risks?