Deem Finance CRO Torsten Kleine Buening joins us to discuss the ethical use of data and preserving customer trust, and the implications of the COVID experience for technologies such as digital identity and machine learning.
Deloitte’s Puneet Kakar joins fellow co-authors Conan French and Dennis Ferenzy from the IIF to discuss insights from the latest installment in our joint series on digital transformation.
ISDA’s Tara Kruse and Ian Sloyan visit FRT to highlight their Common Domain Model initiative for harmonizing trade processing and improving compliance.
John Collins of FS Vector joins FRT to discuss the Libra White Paper 2.0 and key updates in the initiative, against the backdrop of various developments with central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).
Peter Deans outlines the ’52 Risks’ framework that he has developed from his extensive career as a Chief Risk Officer, and relates this to the scenarios of a pandemic and digital transformation. He emphasizes the importance of avoiding quantification biases, and ensuring operations are versatile.
David Hardoon describes the key emerging issues in data policy that have been highlighted by the COVID-19 experience, including the value assigned to privacy, connectivity across borders, and the unintended consequences of some previous policy settings.
Rob Morgan visits FRT to share how the American Bankers Association (ABA) initiatives are helping smaller US banks access business innovations.
Kati Suominen returns to FRT, discussing how the COVID-19 experience will accelerate technology adoption and overhaul trade patterns.
Acclaimed author Chris Skinner joins FRT to discuss his latest book, Doing Digital, profiling the digitalization efforts, challenges and success stories of JP Morgan, BBVA, ING, DBS & China Merchants Bank.
Insights from the third installment of the IIF’s series on Digital Identity, exploring the positive impact creating business opportunities in the financial service industry.