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0900-0915 Welcome, Introduction, Opening: Kersi F. Porbunderwalla
0915-1045 1. The Strategic Challenge: Financial Technology Evolution/Revolution
  • ICT is GPT: The New Role of Information-Communication Technology
  • FinTech: 30 Areas, 150 bn USD Investment, 15 000 Startups
  • GAFA and BAT: US and Chinese Technology Giants Entering Banking
  • Digital Convergence: Mobile Network Operators in Banking
  • The Speed of Change: Metcalf’s Law, Moore’s Law, The Banking Innovation Paradox, The Red Queen Effect
1100-1200 2. Tactics of Transition: Best Practices
  • Coopetition: Why and How does Competition and Cooperation Blur?
  • Information Cascades: The New Way to Introduce Digital Products
  • Internal Tactics: Innovation Labs, Intrapreneurship, Dedicated Positions
  • External Tactics: CVC Funds, Accelerators, Hackathons, Awards
  • Opening Up: Open Banking, PSD2, API Banking, Platformification
1200-1300 Lunch
1300-1430 3. Strategic Challenges: Disruption is Here
  • Regulatory Arbitrage: Regulatory Gap + Regulatory Vacuum
  • IT Security Overview: The broad picture by Kersi F. Porbunderwalla
  • Cyber Security: Blockchain, Digital Identity, ZKP (Zero Knowledge Proof)
  • FinTech for Security: BehavioSec, ID Now, Pindrop, Halifax Bank
  • Millennials: Strategic Transition of Demographies, Loyalty, Lock-In
  • Product Development: Traditional Ways vs the 4Ps Silicon Valley Way
  • Payments: Demonstration of Exponential Shift, Digital Wallets & Beyond
1445-1615 4. Strategic Answers: Governing Through Change
  • The Christensen Model: Efficiency, Sustainability, Disruption
  • The Ambidextrous Organization: BAU vs Emerging Business
  • Innovation Committee: Dual Roles, Quitting Hierarchy, The Toyota Way
  • TRIZ and SCRUM: Cross Industry Creativity, Evolution of Innovation
  • The Phase Gate Model: Boiling the frog, the risk of lack of innovation
1615 - 1630 5. Summary and Evaluation by Kersi F. Porbunderwalla
  • Concepts: Where does it all take us?
  • Next Steps: Resources, To-Dos, Tools, Trends, GRC Advantages


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