10 October 2019, Shangri-La at the Fort, Philippines
Green financing and climate change initiatives funding
Disruptors and challengers redefining established market boundaries with neobanks, AI and digital payments
How regulation impacts on the industry– a look at Regtech helping E-commerceand payments
Tapping on the rural unbanked, the migrant workers and E-commerce for increased domestic consumption
How does sustainable financing solve environmental and social problems for the long term?
Should financial institutions be investing in digital APIs or collaborating/ buying these services from technology players who are better invested?
What are some of the limitations of going digital?
The latest developments in E-payments landscape with increasing use of QR codes across the region
Breakthroughs in cross-border payments and remittance industry, in lowering technology costs, foreign exchange costs, speed of delivery
Enabling technologies for reaching the unbanked and greater financial inclusion
Regtech and use of blockchain to monitor and expedite effective transmission of money
Awards programme: Process, methodology and scorecards
Overview of the Philippines retail banking market
Key findings from the awards programme
Best practices in the Philippines (based on submissions)
Exchange views between investors (both traditional banks as well as private equity players and the major start up accelerators)
Get a glimpse of the “investible ideas” emerging in the country
Have a glimpse of breakthroughs of innovations in banks and traditional financial institutions
The rise in investment funds, angel and venture capitalism
The risks and statistics of start-up failures
Laws and regulations to drive innovation while ensuring secure P2P lending and development of the digital economy
How banks can incubate a start-up in their midst?
Case studies from fintech players as well as bank internal innovation departments demonstrating outstanding creativity and potential in the market in the following areas:
Block chain and distributed ledgers
P2P lending platforms
Banking through wearable technology
Online and mobile platform
The Council will converge to hear from the best-in-class innovation cases and invite the audience for feedback.
Financial institutions are vulnerable to frequent and sophisticated cyber-attacks as well as system disruptions. In this session, we will feature leaders who will articulate how they have started including cybersecurity into their overall strategy. They will demonstrate familiarity with areas such as digital identity, machine learning (ML), big data, and how these tie in with their business models.
Cybersecurity as a leadership strategy in the networked world
Use of internationally-recognised core cyber standards and frameworks in the management of cyber risk
Security architecture for a digital bank
Enhancing institutional cyber-resilience through blockchains
The dark net, including bitcoin use and ransomware
Unlocking the full potential of Philippines digital economy with a fully employed and empowered workforce
Digital platforms to level the playing field for niche entrepreneurs
Financial inclusion and literacy for the untapped sectors of the economy
Fulfilling the needs of the global digitally connected citizen to achieve his/ her potential
Invited Panelists include: