Digital Banking 2019
Protiviti is a proud sponsor of Digital Banking, the leading and largest digital banking event in the industry, covering innovation in financial services for consumer and commercial customers around mobile, digital, AI, payments, data, blockchain, CX, disruption, innovation, privacy, API, channel and technology strategies.
Session 1: Enabling your organization to optimize Innovation
Time: 2:20 p.m. - 2:40 p.m. CT
Banking executives and their teams are looking how to unleash innovation talent and diversity of thought across their organization to foster a culture of innovation and drive customer centricity.
Hear from Protiviti and Citizens Bank about case studies and practical examples of how organizations can empower multi-generational talent from inside and outside the financial services industry to accelerate and optimize innovation.
Session 2: Innovating AML/KYC: Time to work smarter, not harder
Time: 2:45 p.m. - 3:15 pm CT
In today’s rapidly changing digital environment, the need for financial institutions to tackle AML/KYC challenges aggressively has never been more critical. Monitoring millions of transactions daily and the large volume of related alerts require substantial investment in compliance professionals and state-of-the-art detection tools.
Join Protiviti’s Managing Director and Adelina Azemi to learn more about how financial institutions are actively developing and implementing digital solutions to drive more efficient and effective AML/KYC programs.
Topics will include:
- Examining industry trends and current viable applications of robotic process automation (RPA), data analytics / visualization, and artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning to your AML/KYC compliance program
- The path forward to a more efficient future state of KYC: a global research program with the IRTA (International RegTech Association)
Session 3: Cybersecurity Content Hub
Time: 3:50 p.m. - 4:20 p.m. CT
Join Protiviti’s Managing Director Ali Yasin for an interactive discussion during the networking break in the innovation hall on whether security is an inhibitor or enabler to providing differentiated services to the marketplace, and how financial services firms prevent, react to, and quickly recover from ‘extreme but plausible’ cyber events that impact the financial sectors ability to provide services to customers.