The Future of Banking & Financial Services, ASEAN

With regional and international speakers sharing critical insights around the latest technology trends and developments, this event is not to be missed.

Financial Services Summit Singapore

The FST Media ‘Summit’ format is designed specifically to provide banks, insurers and financial institutions the opportunity to learn from both industry peers and leading technology solution providers through our unique roundtable format. This format gives attendees over 3-hours of in-depth roundtable discussion time, covering 5 key market topics. These roundtables will be hosted by both an industry leading specialist and an innovative technology provider. We match the roundtable discussions, with insightful keynote sessions, with content that is 100% dedicated to you the most important issues and technologies in the market. You will also have 2.5 hours of executive networking time, you will not find this level of client-facing time at any other event.

Singapore’s chief financial regulator, MAS, has issued a prospective list of six mandated cybersecurity compliance measures aimed at boosting FSIs' cyber resilience and guarding against cyberattacks.
 

Marvelstone Group, a private investment consortium headquartered in Singapore, has announced it has opened the Smart City Innovation Lab in the Singapore CBD – billed as the city’s premier incubation centre for ‘smart city’ innovations.
 

Singapore’s DBS Bank has completed its acquisition of ANZ’s wealth management and retail banking businesses across five Asian markets – a deal first announced back in October 2016.

Nearly four out of five Singapore banks and two out of three Malaysian banks are confident of reaching ‘digital maturity’ in just two years, despite overwhelming considering themselves digital laggards, according to EY’s Global Banking Outlook 2018 survey.

Singapore-based United Overseas Bank (UOB) has launched a new concept branch in Tampines specifically targeting millennial customers.

The United Overseas Bank (UOB) has launched the first phase of its Professional Conversion Programme (PCP), designed to boost the digital skillset of its Singapore-based workforce.

The Monetary Authority of Singapore’s (MAS) Payments Council, an association of 20 industry leaders from the banking, payments and business sector, has endorsed specification for a common Singapore Quick Response (QR) Code.
 

DBS Bank has announced it will become Singapore’s first bank to convert its traditional data centre into a cloud-optimised hub.