The Future of Digital Banking: Asia Pacific brings together the leading financial innovators from across South East Asia and the rest of the world in order to share insight and ideas on banking in the digital age.
Join key decision makers from both traditional banks, domestic and international players, and ground-breaking new start-ups to discuss the most exciting new developments in this area and what they view as the future of banking.
Highlights in 2016:
Tuesday, 15th March 2016
Session One: Putting the customer at the centre of your digital strategy
- How best can banks ensure services suit the customer’s needs rather than their own?
- In what respect are existing digital strategies failing to meet customers’ requirements?
- Insider knowledge: how best can banks pre-empt customer demands?
- What new opportunities does digital banking present for providing value-adding services?
- The limitations of digital banking today
- Designing for customers to focus on value creation
- An overview of BNZ's New Internet Banking Platform
- Where is digital banking heading, what is the next big thing?
- Restructuring the digital banking session
- Leveraging transactional data to deliver actionable insights through the digital channels at the right time
- Using Big Data Analytics and Machine Learning to effectively partner with the mass business customers in their day-to-day financial management
Constructing the ultimate customer-centric digital experience
- What more do banks need to do to be truly customer-centric?
- Are banks keeping pace with consumer behaviour?
- How can the industry better understand the customer’s needs?
- What is the best process to ensure successful digital design?
- What digital lessons can be learnt from other industries?
- How best can banks convey their new customer-centric strategy to the public?
Session Two: Overcoming the challenges to digital banking
Banks understand the need and the importance of becoming Truly Digital. But legacy challenges, especially at large banks, have thus far slowed down the transition to a Truly Digital banking model. Even as banks accelerate the deployment of new digital capabilities at the edge of the enterprise they have been largely unable to achieve a proportional pace in digitalizing the core. Unless they accomplish a perfect alignment of their digital capabilities from the core to the customer interface, they will not be able become Truly Digital. The emphasis, therefore, has to be on an orchestrated strategy that drives renewal from the core outward even as it enables the effective assimilation of new digital technologies from the edge.
- In what ways can you best inspire innovation throughout your bank?
- Encouraging innovation and invention: obtaining ideas from every level
- What can be done to attract the right kind of people to the banking sector?
- Keeping the ball rolling: how to maintain a future-facing attitude
- Importance of data
- Enterprise Information Management framework
- BI Maturity Curve: From reactive to predictive
- Real life application of predictive modelling
The next decade of banking technology
- How does existing technology need to change in order to achieve digital leadership?
- How can you limit effects on the customer during the transition phase to digital?
- What role could cloud banking have to play?
- How can you ensure security remains strong as technology advances?
Session Three: Adoption and migration: encouraging current consumers to use digital
- Helping customers understand the value of digital.
- What can be done to create a valuable and useful experience for the customer?
- Challenging demographics: can all customers be persuaded to use digital?
- What strategies are key to enabling customers to use digital effortlessly?
- Should services offered to customer be digital by default?
Exploring digital adoption strategy and the power of digital marketing
During this session delegates will have the opportunity to discuss the questions below at their tables. A nominated representative from each table will then share their conclusions with the Chairman and speakers for comment.
- How can you identify the triggers and barrier to customers taking the step to digital?
- What role can digital marketing play in encouraging migration?
- Avoiding abandonment: how important is a seamless experience?
- Recovering from abandonment: how can personalisation make all the difference?
Session Four: Pursuing new markets through digital technology
- What are the key strategies for encouraging the unbanked to use financial services?
- What opportunities do new technologies such as digital currencies and blockchain offer?
- How can products be adapted to suit those who have never banked before?
- Will targeting this market work for everyone?
Wednesday, 16th March 2016
Session Five: Regulating digital banking
Modernising banking regulation for the digital age
- How high a priority is adapting banking regulation for the digital age?
- What are the regulators key concerns about banking through digital channels?
- Setting in place new security procedures: how do regulators view new innovations?
- What role can regulation pay in speeding up digital adoption and development?
Session Six: Making banking mobile
- What apps will customers find useful?
- What services can you offer through mobile and tablet apps specifically to increase sales?
- Will a single app be able to handle all aspects of digital banking?
- How significant is the return on investment on non-core banking app design and launch?
- What changes are needed to ensure customers can do everything on their mobiles?
- How will contactless payments develop alongside mobile technology?
- What are the key new technologies that will take mobile payments to the next level?
- How significant a threat or opportunity do digital wallets present?
Session Seven: The future of banking channels
- Why is it important to think in terms of omnichannel instead of multichannel?
- What does omnichannel mean in the context of banking today?
- How are customer goals and the organisation of banks in conflict?
- How do banks shift from ‘inside-out’ to ‘outside-in’?
- How will banks keep up with rising expectations and demands from customers?
- Evolution of mobile money in emerging markets: what have we seen?
- How will mobile money build on banking the underbanked?
- Potential to bring Global Corporates in the eco-system: cashless payments in the B2C and C2B space
- Standard Chartered Bank’s participation: forging partnerships with Mobile Wallet Providers to grow these eco-systems
Session Eight: An exploration of the possibilities in FinTech and partnerships
- Building the engines of innovation: How can we create a culture of innovation?
- Barriers to innovation: how to overcome them
- What does the future hold for innovation?
- What are the key benefits of being a start-up developer?
- How can you best discover promising start-ups?
- What strategies are key to nurturing innovation?
- How can you strike the right balance to keep both partners happy?
- Blockchain marketing penetration
- Blockchain Big Data
- Blockchain for a myriad of use cases
- Concerns behind blockchain
- How far it will go?
Session Nine: A vision for banking in 2020
Predicting the future of innovation in banking
Delegates will now have the opportunity to vote on a series of questions using their mobile devices. The panel will discuss poll results as they appear. Themes covered in the session will include:
- Which innovations will prove key to achieving digital success?
- What are the main success factors in bringing an idea to realisation?
- How useful is customer ideation in the innovation process?
- How likely is it that totally new developments will revolutionise banking?
- What will banking look like in 2020?
Companies that attended in 2016 include:
- ANZ Banking Group Limited
- Aozora Bank
- Bank Indonesia
- Bank of New Zealand
- Bank Rakyat
- Barclays Bank
- British High Commission Singapore
- Customers Bank
- DBS Bank
- Deutsche Bank
- First Gulf Bank
- HSBC Group
- ICICI Bank
- JP Morgan Asset Management
- RHB Bank
- Siam Commercial Bank
- Standard Chartered Bank
- Startupbootcamp FinTech
- Vietnam International Bank
- VP Bank
- Westpac Banking Corporation
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