November 15-16, 2022 | Ghana
Digital services are helping to fill the huge gaps in financial inclusion by providing access where it is most needed. Most banks will benefit from higher customer numbers in the longer term as they are actively investing in the architecture for the digital transformation now.
Banking on the success of our previous Editions of the Digital Banking Summit, we at ICSA are proud to present Connected Banking, formerly named the Africa Digital Banking Summit.
The Connected Banking Series deliberates and focuses on developing solutions to, critical issues faced by banks and FIs on the East Africa region. This Series is a not to be missed opportunity for experts, business people, and practitioners form the BFSI fraternity to discuss practical and cost-effective solutions to developing digital banking solutions
The Connected Banking Series is an ideal platform for networking with industry players; senior managers, decision-makers, and practitioners operating in the industry and making the most of banking technologies.
March 16, 2023 | UAE
The Middle East Banking industry is changing at a faster pace than ever before as we are moving towards digital-first solutions. With the advent of 2023, we are all set to welcome the industry’s most dynamic innovations & recent technological developments in the region. At MEBAI Summit 2023, dive into a whole new world of AI and Analytics in Banking.
February 21-22, 2023 | UK
Arena International is thrilled to announce that the 7th Digital Integration in Wealth Management is returning to London on 21st-22nd February 2023, drawing expertise from top wealth management and private banks across the UK and Europe.
Operating within an increasingly digital landscape and serving next-generation clients, there is a growing need for the Wealth Management sector to better understand how to create a personalised offering for their clientele segments to clarify where to strike the balance between a digital and fiscal offering.
October 4-6, 2022 | Malaysia
As the pandemic enters its third year, CFOs and senior finance leaders continue to battle high-inflation.
Businesses have prioritized protecting cash inflows & outflows, as well as processes & efficiencies as they all worked on re-defining their resiliency and business continuity plans. While the role of CFOs underwent a major shift last year, it is now time to harness the value of digital technology and data to guide decision making.
Change is inevitable, and it must challenge the traditional role and scope of finance operations. However, from credit to billing, customer & vendor management, to auditing & reporting, increased exposure on managing finances has proven to be laden with manual processes & repetitive tasks. Redundancy must be addressed, with new priorities emerging to digitally transform finance workflows and business processes.
The immediate adoption of digitalization and automation is dire in evolving the finance functions to get ahead of competition and positively affect business performance. The key is to prepare now, for the workforce you will need in the future.