Innovation and Tech in Banking: Maximizing Banking Potential

Why it is pertinent for banks to make changes and transition to new technology.

Innovation and Tech in Banking: Maximizing Banking Potential

July 29, 2020 | 10:30am–12:30pm (HKT)

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In this online training course, our speaker Matthieu Sachot will discuss and provide insights on why it is pertinent for banks to make changes and transition to new technology, including when plans include no to limited budget for innovation and technology in and how banks can make early-win changes to their current structures. What is it that banks need to scrap from their infrastructure, alter to make more efficient, and new tech that could help banks perform at a higher level.

Course Overview

  • Virtual Banks and all-tech financing companies have given a new pace to the world of banking - Even if it has been labeled as a need-to-have for banks to compete further, innovation and tech have often been relegated to the good-to-have, especially amid cost cutting efforts. A conflicting logic.

  • The COVID situation has given rise to a series of fast-changing behaviors, especially for business continuity - Banks, Insurances, Asset Managers had to adjust in a short period of time, in both mindsets and solutions use.

  • It has been an opportunity to discover disregarded system capabilities, untapped culture changes, and a capacity for stronger discipline in data build-up.

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Matthieu Sachot

Director, head of transition, treasury and liquidity

Chappuis Halder & Co.

Matthieu Sachot is a director at Chappuis Halder & Co. Asia-Pacific, global co-head of the Front Office offer, and leading the Treasury / Liquidity and Regulatory streams. Matthieu joined CH&Co. in 2013, previously Cross-Border Debt Syndicate for Citigroup Global Markets, as well as Investment Manager and ALM / Liquidity risk manager in Tokyo and New York. Matthieu is considered a Go-to-Expert in ALM, Treasury and Liquidity risks. Matthieu is leading key projects on LIBOR Transition, Collateral performance, Front Office business growth, market crisis management, as well as international and local regulatory impacts for CIBs and Asset Managers in Asia, from new rules implementation, to robotics / fintech integration.

Matthieu speaks regularly at conferences such as Asia Risk, PASLA, PRMIA, DTCC / Euroclear and is a regular writer on key hot topics for global and Asian markets.

Matthieu is based in Hong Kong and holds an MBA in Financial Markets from Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM), with a speciality in Liquidity Risk and Asset Liability Management (ALM).
 

Who should attend?
  • Treasury
  • Front Office
  • CIO
  • Data team
  • Operations
Course highlights
  • Innovating with limited budget and how to allocate resources
  • Adapting existing architecture in place, and maximizing its potential
  • Value for client experience