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Banking technology trends: Imperatives for improving transaction banking

About this event

The relationship between corporates and banks is one that frequently feels strained, especially during an economic downturn. From dealing with legacy systems that are increasingly unfit for purpose, to having to work through ESG requirements, both banks and corporates have a lot of pressure on them to improve.

To help nurture the relationship between banks and corporates there are several key areas banks need to focus their attention on. Liquidity management, open banking, and banking as a service (BaaS) are three key trends banks need to pay attention to. Understanding how this technology will affect their clients and being able to communicate the best use of the technology will be key for the future of banking.

Join this exclusive webinar by CGI and The Global Treasurer to gain further insight into the results from the CGI Transaction Banking Survey 2022 and to hear from leading experts on what they believe priorities should be for the banking sector in the coming months.

In this webinar we will:

  • Discuss the results from the CGI Transaction Banking Survey 2022
  • Talk to experts about what they believe to be top priorities for the banking sector in the coming months
  • Explore how improved technology can elevate banking services and customer experience
  • Discuss what the future of open banking may look like

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    Mark Evans Head of Cross Border and Cross Currency Payments, Global Payments Solutions @ HSBC

    Mark Evans is HSBC’s Head of Cross Border and Cross Currency Payments, Global Payments Solutions. He is responsible for managing its global clearing business, global disbursement solutions, and its FX-based solutions. Mark has been with HSBC for over 25 years holding a number of roles in both the UK and Latin America. In his most recent role as MD Payments Advisory, he has been responsible for HSBC’s cross border FX payment services, including traditional international payments, embedded FX and its multi-currency payment proposition. Previously he ran a programme to implement commercial and corporate digital cash management services across Latin America, and was one of the founding members of the team who developed HSBCnet and HSBC Connect.

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    Andy Schmidt Vice President, Global Industry Lead – Banking @ CGI

    With considerable global banking and payments experience, Andy is an industry thought leader as well as the global industry lead for Banking at CGI. In this role, he drives strategy and messaging in support of the ongoing growth of CGI’s Banking vertical, working with colleagues, clients, and partners to create tangible business outcomes for their IT needs around such topics as faster payments, open banking, anti-money laundering (AML), and ISO 20022. Prior to CGI, Andy worked with world-leading companies writing payments, KYC, and AML research at TowerGroup CEB (Gartner), as an information security consultant at EY and Symantec, and as a banker at Bank of America. Andy also served on the Faster Payments Task Force for the Federal Reserve System, providing input and insight on the development of the FedNow payment service.

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    David Thomasson Managing Director Banking Products & Digital, Customer Propositions @ Metro Bank

    David is responsible for planning, implementing, and managing all product, digital and customer analytics-related functions; both day to day and for the long term; including the development of new products and services for customers and to deliver the bank’s commercial plan. Prior to joining Metro Bank, David’s professional career in financial services has been both here in the UK at Barclays Bank and more recently in Australia at Macquarie Bank. In that time he has operated in leadership roles across product management, digital, payments, change and operations. David spends his free time with his two young children, and occasionally gets the chance to go for a run or read a good book.

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