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London, September 23–26, 2019
New market dynamics, emerging digital-first competition, and ever-increasing regulation are driving financial services companies to reinvent themselves. Learn how leaders like Keybank, HDFC Bank, and Westpac are driving innovation today—and which technologies are poised to reshape the banking industry.
Learn how leaders like LaCapitale, NCB Insurance, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, and Defense Health take advantage of modern, flexible, rule-based applications that help enhance revenue growth, increase operational efficiency, reduce costs, and improve customer experience.
The alignment of finance and treasury, risk, and performance management strategies under the same decision engine and platform is key to enabling banking leaders to be future-ready. Learn how leaders like Regions Bank, ICICI Bank, and Raiffeisen Bank prepare for every major compliance regulation, whether it be IFRS 9, Basel III, FRTB, or IRRBB.
As current compliance programs struggle to respond to the complexity of the modern trading and sanctions environment, organizations are increasingly turning to advanced analytics, AI, machine learning, graph pattern matching, and more robust data-quality management solutions to help achieve greater customer and transaction insights as well as operational efficiency.
Enabling Finance Transformation for Insurers. Comply with the IFRS 17 standards.
The New World of Virtual Banks: Profitable Growth Will Define Success.
Next Generation AML Compliance driven by Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, and Graph Analytics.
Amy Brady, CIO and EVP, KeyBank, discusses the bank’s transformational journey towards building a true digital innovation platform.
One of the changes we are seeing is the speed of turnaround. The feedback we are getting from customers is that it’s taking half the time on the Oracle system. Also, previously it took us four to six weeks to change a product feature. Now it takes us only a few hours.Jeff Greenslade, CEO, Heartland Bank
“When we saw the Oracle strategy and data model, we realized that we could spend another three to five years building it ourselves or we could partner with Oracle and instead spend time getting the right things in it to build our business.”David Cole, Senior Vice President, Regions Bank
With the Oracle solution, we have all the information and we can perform online evaluations applying all the required business rules.Marcelo Gonzales, Project Director, Fonasa
Oracle provides a single, unified platform to efficiently detect, investigate, and report suspected money laundering and terrorist financing activity for small and midsized banks.
Financial institutions in the region are increasingly warming to “existing and proven” compliance programs rather than building in-house regtech solutions.
Find out why Oracle was named a leader for the sixth time in the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Life Insurance Policy Administration Systems, North America.
Consumer demand is changing: 69 percent want their entire financial lifecycle on digital channels and 30 percent are open to a virtual bank. View the latest industry insights to captivate this new breed of consumers.
Celent Report on anti-money laundering examines how advanced analytics is powering intelligent automation.
New Asia Risk and Oracle survey indicates the road to modern finance and risk remains a work in progress in APAC.