at the Conference
Accenture will return to Sibos this year with a program focused on helping you position yourself on the winning side of change and innovation.
Our leadership will once again host private lunch panels discussing payment and trading hot topics.
Investment banks are turning to automation to cut costs and meet increasing regulatory demands. Many, however, are overlooking the key advantage to intelligent automation capital: self-learning, which constantly improves rather than degrades in value.
Join our panel of industry experts for a deep dive into the future of artificial intelligence technology within capital markets. This panel discussion will explore the critical next steps for banks—how to add true intelligence learning to their systems and bolster their competitive positions.
Tuesday, October 17
12:15pm – 1:30pm
MTCC, Room 206B
The shift is on to move to the next level of implementation while maximizing the advantages of Open Banking. At the same time, on-demand, immediate, digital services are combining with a wave of new technologies such as open APIs, cloud, instant payments, and artificial intelligence to simultaneously amplify the disruption known as Open Banking.
Join a panel of industry experts for an insightful and open discussion to explore the many business implications of Open Banking. In this lively session, panel members will address key issues such as:
How should banks position themselves for an Open Banking environment?
What are the priority opportunities to create value?
What revenues are at stake, and what new revenues can be created?
Wednesday, October 18
12:15pm – 1:30pm
MTCC, Rooms 206C and 206D
Open Banking/PSD2 in a Box API
Explore how to streamline PSD2/Open Banking APIs implementation with a complete architecture and infrastructure solution on cloud.
Accenture Open Commerce Platform
Examine how a platform solution can take APIs from banks and non-banks to republish them as multi-bank APIs for unified access and ecosystem activation.
Accenture SWIFT CSP Health Check
Learn how your financial institution can meet SWIFT’s Customer Security Program (CSP) requirements and bolster cyber resiliency.
While attending Sibos in Toronto, don’t miss the opportunity to test your ideas and explore innovation at work at Accenture. Come engage with Industry leaders one-on-one.
Visit us at booth: D43
Cyber-attacks continue to evolve and are becoming more frequent and widespread. Attackers are improving their tactics and techniques faster than security teams can keep up and their methods grow more sophisticated each year.
Join Chris Thompson, Accenture Global Financial Services Cyber Risk & Resilience Lead, as he moderates this Sibos session on the technological trends that define the threat and risk associated with cyber security and their implications for financial services.
Monday, October 16
9:30am – 10:30am
MTCC, Conference Room 2
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not new to the financial industry, but it is developing fast; it is estimated that AI will surpass human intelligence by 2019! Experts say AI can take routine, repetitive processes and make them more efficient and effective, removing the risk of manual handling and reducing costs. Are you prepared? Given the industry is not quite ready for blockchain, can we cope with AI technology running our middle and back office systems in a not so distant future?
Join Diane Nolan, Accenture Managing Director in Capital Markets, who will be moderating this Sibos session. The discussion will focus on AI-assisted exception handling, robo-advisor, machine learning and cognitive computing.
Monday, October 16
3:30pm – 4:30pm
MTCC, Conference Room 3
In the digital age, customers have increasingly high expectations of the products and services they use. Being able to quickly and seamlessly carry out transactions through mobile devices has rapidly become a basic requirement for financial services. But consumers will want much more in the future with demands being driven by their experience of more customer-focused service providers. Against a backdrop of ever-growing choice for consumers, organizations will need to shift from a product-led mindset to a customer-led one.
While digital developments are driving disruption across the market, consumers also still value human interaction. How do you strike the right balance between technology and the ‘personal touch’?
Join Kendra Thompson, Accenture Global Wealth Management Lead, as she moderates this Sibos session to explore how financial services firms can foster a greater culture of innovation and a passion among their staff to ensure the right products and services are delivered the way customers want them.
Wednesday, October 18
9:30am – 10:30am
MTCC, Conference Room 4
Alan McIntyre is Accenture's senior managing director for the Global Banking in New York. He is responsible for Accenture’s overall vision and strategy in the sector, investment priorities, client-offering developments and partnership networks. Alan has 25 years of experience working with clients in the banking industry with a focus on enterprise strategy and performance improvement programs in the retail and commercial sectors. Alan has led major M&A assignments at the board level, been a personal adviser to multiple bank CEOs in North America and Europe, steered many bank-wide transformation programs and led multiple new business launches.
Owen Jelf is the senior managing director and global lead of Accenture Capital Markets. He specializes in delivering major technology and business change programs in the investment banking industry. With more than 27 years of experience in the industry, Owen has expertise in large-scale program management, as well as front-office, operations and enterprise functions in complex global delivery models.
Jeremy Light leads Accenture Payments, in Europe, Africa, Middle East, and Latin America. He is responsible for taking Accenture’s strategy, systems integration and outsourcing propositions to clients across the region, covering card issuing and acquiring; domestic, international, retail and corporate payments; and front-, middle- and back-office payment functions. This responsibility includes deploying and sharing Accenture’s best thinking, capabilities and skills across client teams to enable them to deliver solutions and digital innovations in the areas of open APIs, instant payments and distributed ledger technology. In his current position, he spends much of his time with banks and financial institutions across Europe.
Robert Flynn has more than 20 years of banking experience, including 16 years with Accenture, where he specializes in payments and transaction services serving global, regional, and central banks and payment technology firms. His experience spans retail and commercial payments, covering strategy, large-scale transformation, operating model and payment solution implementation. Robert has worked closely with both domestic and international clients to help define payment strategies and investment sequencing. Prior to joining Accenture, Robert held various roles in Bank of America’s retail bank supporting multi-channel transaction banking and merger integration.
A managing director in capital markets, Diane Nolan leads Accenture Capital Markets Management Consulting, which is focused on business transformation at top financial institutions. She also leads Accenture's Exchange and Market Infrastructure offering. Diane has 20 years of experience in the capital markets industry and has covered a broad set of client types as well as a wide variety of engagement types across all financial asset classes. More recently, she has helped clients to adapt to changing market conditions through the use of digital and other new technologies.
Massimo Proverbio is the senior managing director and global lead of Accenture Payments. He leads the banking practice for the Europe, Africa and Latin America region and heads Accenture Financial Services with responsibility for the banking, capital markets and insurance practices across Italy, Greece and Eastern Europe. He has helped clients by delivering large transformation projects, planning and implementing mergers and acquisitions, and designing and executing operating models. He serves on the Accenture Financial Services Board for the Europe, Africa and Latin America region and the Accenture Geographic Council for the ICEG region.
Chris Thompson is Accenture's Global Financial Services Cyber Risk & Resilience Lead. He has 25 years of experience in large-scale security, risk and technology programs, working with some of the world's leading retail, commercial and investment banks. He has deep expertise in operational risk, financial crime, security, banking operations and trading. Chris previously ran the Risk Management practice for Financial Services in North America, where he specialized in IT and Operational Risk Management. He was responsible for all Risk, Regulatory and Compliance work at North American FS clients.
With more than 17 years of broker dealer and advisory industry experience, Kendra Thompson is a managing director in Accenture's Financial Services group focused on wealth management strategy. Based in Toronto, she leads Accenture Wealth Management globally and the Management Consulting Development Program in Canada. Prior to joining Accenture, Kendra held similar roles in strategy and marketing at financial services firms in Canada, Australia and the UK.
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