Wednesday 14 Sep. 2022

Building on academic and industry expertise, this Master Class provides insights into the technological transformation of financial institutions and their rapid transition to being data-driven businesses.

Data as a Driver for Modern Finance Ecosystems

13:00 - 17:00 Framework conditions  Fintech  Education   

Financial institutions worldwide are spending billions of dollars in an effort to understand how to harness the power of data, rethinking their technology strategies and integrating data into their operations.

They are rapidly evolving into data-driven businesses, and increasingly rely on data at all levels regarding both decisions and products. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated this digital transformation. Financial institutions must decide what kind of data to use, and how to access and organize it and deal with data ownership and sharing (open banking).

These trends are profoundly changing interactions between financial actors, and creating new ecosystems centered around data. An in-depth understanding of these ecosystems and the opportunities they offer is an essential success factor, and an indispensable prerequisite for professional development.

Building on academic and industry expertise, this Master Class provides insights into the technological transformation of financial institutions and their rapid transition to being data-driven businesses.

Target Audience

This Master's class is aimed at professionals in the financial industry who wish to deepen their understanding of new trends in financial technology (data and tools).

This Master Class is an acknowledged SAQ recertification measure for the CWMA, CCoB, Affluent-, SME-, and Individual Client Advisor profile and comprises four learning hours.

Registration

Limited number of participants. Registration required (subject to approval).


Organized by:

SFI (Swiss Finance Institute)

FGPF (Fondation Genève Place Financière)

https://industry.sfi.ch/en/sfi-master-classes?event=1316

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Hotel Beau-Rivage, Genève