Conference Agenda

08.00 am - 09.00 am
Registration
09.00 am - 09.05 am
Welcome Address
09:05 am - 09.10 am
Opening Remarks By Mr Selva Nagapan, Organising Chairperson, BankTech Asia - Jakarta Series

Farewell to Cash? – Digital Excellence in Financial Payment Ambiance
•The role of digital and changing channel dynamics
•Sustaining transformation, relevant and long-lasting payment solution
•What are we expecting to happen to the unbanked segment of the population in rural areas, where bank branches and ATMs are absent?
•Technology opportunities in the financial industry

Joe Cunningham, SVP, Head of Risk Asia Pacific, Visa, Singapore

•Engaging customer only in financial services will be the thing of the past
•Embedding ourselves within customers ecosystem
•Ultimately providing what customer expects in the new digital norm

10:30 am - 11.00 am
Morning Break & Tour to Exhibition Hall

Password Termination! – The Augmentation of Biometric in Banking
•Use of biometrics in the industry
•Financial fraud: An ever-present threat for banks
•Growing instances of its security breaches gives rise to the need for strong security solutions
•Adoption of new digital devices has driven enormous change in retail financial services

Prahlad Giri, Deputy Director – Finance Company Supervision Department, Nepal Rastra Bank, Nepal

Several state-owned banks and government entities are working on blockchain-based applications, and the country’s financial regulator, OJK, has even encouraged it’s use.
•Can Indonesia fully embrace blockchain technology?
•How are traditional financial players responding to the challenge from fintechs?
•Where do blockchain technology service providers see growth and potential in Indonesia?

Alexiev Victor, Senior Vice President, Citi Bank, Singapore

•How does open API influence financial institutions?
•Choosing the compatible model
•Targeting on suitable banking area which could support the agenda

Steve Soeyanto, Head of Innovation and Fintech, United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB), Indonesia

12:45 pm - 12:45 pm
Networking Luncheon & Tour to Exhibition Hall

•The mechanisms behind fraud checks, customer interactions.
•How can artificial intelligence contribute to the risk of scams?
•Fraud management strategies implementation

•Michel Hamilton, Chief Transformation Officer, Rabobank, Indonesia

•Sarita Arora, Banking Consultant, World Bank, India

•Game changer on banking customer acquisition through digitalization
•Opportunities on digital partnership to improve customer experience to get lending product

Citra Paramita, Senior Vice President Digital Lending Business, Commonwealth Bank Jakarta, Indonesia

03:30 pm - 04.00 pm
Evening Break & Tour to Exhibition Hall

•Pointing on instantaneous alerts of how much you spend and where give users greater visibility on their spending habits, and sophisticated ai software offers helpful real-time advice.
•Focuses on helping the customers do more with their money by offering bespoke advice and personalised product recommendations on a customer-by-customer basis.
•Emphasize on keeping the design of digital services simple & improve both chat and voice digital assistants

•Irwan Sutjipto Tisnabudi, Digital Banking Head, bank BTPN (Jenius), Indonesia
•Prahlad Giri, Deputy Director – Finance Company Supervision Department, Nepal Rastra Bank, Nepal

04:45 pm
End of Day One
08:00 AM
Registration
09:00 am
Welcome Address
09:05 AM
Chairperson Remarks

Growth of digital outsourcing via the cloud will allow companies to uncover new sources of efficiency, but this creates cyber vulnerabilities and emerging risks. In this session we will explore on how banks could rely on cloud to create seamless platform while tackling the hazards.

Sarita Arora, Banking Consultant, World Bank, India

•Barriers to successful fintech collaboration
•Functional, practical blockchain opportunities to enable better banking
•Roadblocks to improved interoperability, and how to overcome them

Steve Soeyanto, Head of Innovation and Fintech at United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB), Indonesia

10:30 am - 11.00 am
Morning Break & Tour to Exhibition Hall

Hype vs Reality: Indonesian Regulatory Roadmap Meets Fintech Challenges
•Recognising the digital challenges and impact of digital money to the society
•Influence retail banking and payment innovates technology, improve consumer behavior and regulation

Alvin Taulu, Head of Sub Division of Licensing of Fintech, OJK Indonesia

Technologies: workflow system, credit scoring, business intelligence, etc
Operating model: from origination to collection
Segment: wholesale and retail

Andreas Novio Tjendro, Head of Transformation Office, United Overseas Bank (UOB), Indonesia

•Key insights on global cybersecurity trends and cyber threats in today’s rapidly-changing technology-dependent environment.
•Case study on cyber-attacks and talk on emerging technologies such as block chain, artificial intelligence (ai), cloud computing and big data to further enhance cybersecurity preparedness.

12:45 pm - 02.00 pm
Networking Luncheon & Tour to Exhibition Hall

•Growing trend among youth who intend to work from coffee shops by making it possible to open a bank account.
•Reorientation of old business processes on digital-natives to reduce costs
•Corporate development supports innovation, lean and agile.
•Can banking organizations remain relevant in the future, or will they be replaced by fintech alternatives?

Michel Hamilton, Chief Transformation Officer, Rabobank, Indonesia

•seamless incumbents’ journey
•convenience, flexibility and efficient

03:30 pm - 04.00 pm
Evening Break & Tour to Exhibition Hall

•Initiatives on strategic partnerships
•What’s needed on the talent front to compete with start-ups and with fintech companies?
•Tech-therapy among leaders across the organization for a customer-focused initiative

Panelists:
•Alexiev Victor, Senior Vice President, Citi Bank, Singapore
•Joe Cunningham, SVP, Head of Risk Asia Pacific, Visa, Singapore
•Sarita Arora, Banking Consultant, World Bank, India

04:45 pm
End of Day two

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