IBA Japan Webinar: Digital Transformation in Banking in a post Covid World

English

Overview of the event: 

Speaker:  Mr. Neil Pabari, Asia Pacific, Data & Analytics, LSEG

Date:       Tuesday, May 18th, 2021

Time:       15:00 - 16:00

Venue:    Webinar (Microsoft Teams)


Summary:

The covid pandemic has expedited a digital transformation in financial services. Banks have long embraced the potential of technology, but covid brought a new impetus for institutions – wealth managers delivering digital engagement, traders developing new strategies based on increasingly complex datasets to navigate pandemic volatility, and for new entrants to provide innovations in payments and open banking.  Innovation has also meant new implications for technology investment, along with significant added complexity managing risk and compliance.

In this webinar, LSEG will provide a perspective on:

  1. The wave of digital transformation spurred by covid
  2. Trends and opportunities for financial institutions spanning digital retail engagement to sustainable investing to payment platforms
  3. Considerations for mitigating hurdles in legacy operating models and risk management
     

Speaker:

Mr. Neil Pabari, Asia Pacific, Data & Analytics, LSEG

Based in Singapore, Neil Pabari is in Asia Pacific for the Data & Analytics Division of the London Stock Exchange Group. He is responsible for driving sales and revenue growth across a US$1.2bn portfolio and leads the Regional Proposition sales teams, Solution Consulting team and the Asia Growth Acceleration Group.

Neil joined Thomson Reuters in 2011 as an FX sales specialist before advancing through the company working in core businesses including electronic and online trading, wealth management, asset management and exchanges before being promoted to Head of Market Development for the ASEAN region.  Neil ran the MiFID II program for Asia before being appointed as Managing Director for Refinitiv’s North Asia business based in Hong Kong where he successfully led the business for almost 3 years. Neil earned his BA and MA from Oxford University before commencing his career working as an FX trader in London.


Webinar - Access details will be sent to all registrants after registration closes


You must login to register for the event.