9th Annual Technology & Innovation – the Future of Banking & Financial Services

The 9th annual Technology & Innovation – the Future of Banking & Financial Services conference will bring together more than 450+ of financial services elite including CIOs, CTOs, CMOs and Divisional Heads of IT, Retail Banking, Digital, Customer, Data, Mobile and Channels. Speakers from leading Iocal and international financial services organisations will drive dynamic conversation around the opportunities and challenges shaping the market today and tomorrow.

Hear insights from International speakers including  Marco Bressan, Chief Data Officer, BBVA (Spain); Simon Pomeroy, Chief Digital Officer, Westpac New Zealand and  Krishnan Govindan, Head of Customer Service Phone Banking, ICICI Bank (India). The Australian perspective on banking innovations will be delivered by Vaughn Richtor, Chief Executive Officer, ING Direct; Robert Wilson, Chief Technology Officer, Westpac; Mark Gay, Chief Information Officer, ME Bank; John Moss, CIO, Platform Solutions Group, UBS; Kamal Nankani, Global Chief Enterprise Architect, GE Capital; Tim Tez, Chief Product and Marketing Officer, Metlife, plus many more.

$1,250.00

FutureTech Kuala Lumpur 2017

Malaysia’s premier FutureTech event bringing together 100+ C-level and senior technology executives from across financial services, retail, government, utilities, manufacturing, health and telecommunications organisations.

Future of Financial Services, Sydney

Mark your 2017 calendar for Asia Pacific's largest annual banking and financial services technology conference.

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