- Fintech ecosystem: How fintech providers and banks can adopt a partnership approach to address client pain points
- Cryptocurrencies: What cryptocurrency services are institutional clients looking for from securities services providers. How can banks help institutional clients gain exposure to cryptocurrencies while minimizing security, volatility risks
- Big Data: Which AI and data analytics tools will be relevant to securities services.
How does a Data Fabric/Data Lake approach enhance the client experience
- API interface: What data governance and cybersecurity issues should be top of mind for securities servicers post-PSD2. How will banks expand their API stores as open banking takes hold
- Digital assets: How securities servicers can help institutional clients usher in a tokenized future
John Loh, Editor at Euromoney
John covers Asian equity capital markets deals and investment banking strategy for GlobalCapital Asia, with a special focus on the region’s top banks as well as equity and equity-linked fundraisings.
Margaret Harwood-Jones, Global Head of Securities Services, Standard Chartered. Margaret is responsible for the strategic leadership of the securities services business globally, managing all the business unit functions including operations, technology, client management, business development and product management. She also leads the business agenda with financial institution clients on a worldwide basis, across cash management, securities services and trade finance.
Alex Manson, Head of scventures
Alex Manson heads scventures at Standard Chartered, a new business unit established in January 2018 to lead digital innovation across the Group, invest in fintechs and other start-up companies, and promote the rapid testing and implementation of new business models.
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