In 2020, the financial services industry rallied to overcome never-before-seen challenges by embracing digitization, quickly adopting mobile banking and decentralized call centers, and facilitating the flow of financial resources to those who needed them the most. Facing these challenges underscored the need for a more modern, agile, scalable, and secure technology infrastructure.
Join Mastercard, Deloitte, and Certegy as they discuss how data and technology can address today’s business challenges.
Vijay Krishna leads global product management and commercialization for Mastercard Send and is based in New York. He brings over 2 decades of experience in the financial services industry with significant success in building and scaling early-stage businesses in both banking and payments. Vijay joined Mastercard in 2014 and has held various regional and global leadership roles over the last 9 years. Prior to Mastercard, Vijay spent 10 years with Citi in multiple general management roles in credit and retail banking both in Asia and North America. Vijay started his career in advertising with JWT, managing brands like Ford and Citi in India.
Tim Walsh leads large scale integrated finance, risk and capital programs around the world for Deloitte US. He works with global universal banks and bank regulators to define and execute their most strategic transformational programs. Walsh brings deep industry experience with a focus on regulatory & reporting; enterprise data management & governance and cognitive & business analytics to global banks that are embracing a digital future. Tim is a principal with 22 years of experience and is based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Eric Probst is a Sr. Manager in the Risk Department at Certegy Payment Solutions. Eric has served Certegy for 15 years in the Risk Department, working his way from Analyst to his current position.
Maximo Diez leads Oracle’s Financial Services Industry Strategy. During his 15 years at Oracle, he has been dedicated to the Financial Services sector where he has been responsible for Industry Solutions, Business Development, Oracle Thought Leadership, and also engaging with Oracle’s top Financial Services customers to support them in their transformation journey with Oracle technology.
Before joining Oracle, Maximo was a Senior Executive at Accenture where he held various leadership roles in the Financial Services practice, including Technology and Strategy, with a focus in the Banking industry.
Sri V Ramesh, joined State Bank of India in 1987 and has over 34 years of experience in varying banking fields. Presently he is working as Chief General Manager, Executive Support System in the Bank’s IT department. The role includes Data & Analytics, Data Governance and Management, Data Warehouse, Business Intelligence, Risk and Finance Reporting among many other functions.
Sri Ramesh has rich experience in Retail Operations, Credit, International Banking and IT. Prior to his current role, Sri Ramesh was working as General Manager of a Network of branches in Hyderabad, Telangana. He also held position of General Manager, Credit Performance Monitoring and Deputy General Manager, Business Intelligence and was also heading the Bank’s IT operations in Maldives.