01 September 2014

Forthcoming events

Next Generation Corporate Banking - Live webcast

When: 4 September @ 15:30 UK TimeWhere: Finextra.com

Most large corporates manage multiple banking relationships around the globe and those relationships are changing. Banks are scrambling to keep up with a raft of demands, from offering tailored services for domestic markets, standardising procedures such as client onboarding to delivering digital and mobile enabled products to treasurers. Finextra and SAP have gathered a team of experts to explore how banks and corporates are harnessing digital technologies, such as cloud, to meet these ever changing corporate needs.

Cloud in UK Financial Services - Breakfast Roundtable

When: 10 September @ 08:00 UK TimeWhere: Level39, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London

Can cloud ever truly disrupt IT financial services? Finextra, in association with IBM, are hosting an exclusive breakfast roundtable to answer that question.

Digital transformation in corporate banking - Live webcast

When: 17 September @ 15:00 UK timeWhere: Finextra.com

Enhancement in digital technologies and the changes in customer behaviour brought on by an increasing demand for mobile channels has revolutionised retail banking. In turn, corporate treasurers, taking their lead from the consumer world, are demanding more sophisticated, customer-centric services from their bank.

Banking beyond the smartphone - How mobile will banking be in the future?

When: On demandWhere: Finextra.com

Finextra and Oracle have gathered a panel of industry thought leaders to debate and discuss how the proliferation of smartphones has driven consumer banking products.

Customer Engagement in the Digital Age - On demand webcast

When: On demandWhere: Finextra.com

Face the challenges. Assess the opportunities. Reform customer interactions to remain ahead: join peers and experts at the Customer Engagement in the Digital Age webinar, hosted by Finextra and SAP.

Mobile phone recording regulations – Across the Pond and beyond – On-demand webcast

When: On demandWhere: Finextra.com

Both the UK FCA and US Dodd-Frank reforms have introduced regulations requiring that all financial institutions’ mobile communications be recorded. In order to discuss the lessons learned and the practical implications of these two overlapping and complimentary regulations, Finextra and Truphone hosted a live interactive webcast with industry leaders on both sides of the Atlantic.

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