How to turn ESG and the Covid effect to your advantage

How to turn ESG and the Covid effect to your advantage

What will sustainable trade look like in the emerging digital world?

The COVID-19 pandemic has radically altered trade as we know it. Digitalization is the new normal.  Add environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria into the mix and a whole new way of conducting business beckons us.

iGTB in partnership with Coalition Greenwich and special guests from HSBC and Coriolis Technologies are pleased to present the virtual event on transforming trade in the digital world on Wednesday 27 October at 9 am BST | 10 am CET | 12 noon GST | 4 pm SGT

In this session participants gain insights into:

  • The effect Covid has had on the relationship between trade, sustainability and regulation
  • What an increased focus on ESG means for the future of trade finance
  • How the financial services industry can deliver better trade finance solutions to help corporates fulfil their ESG goals
  • Whether digital technologies will enable banks to deliver the ‘vaccines’ required to support economic and environmental sustainability

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Speakers

  Sibel Sirmagul,

Head of Global Trade & Receivables Finance, Europe, HSBC

Dr. Rebecca Harding,

CEO, Coriolis Technologies

Dr. Tobias Miarka,

Co-Head of Banking, Coalition Greenwich

David Hennah,

Global Head of Trade and Supply Chain Finance, iGTB

How on earth can banks differentiate in an open finance world

How on earth can Corporate Banks differentiate in an open finance world?

Understand how a corporate bank operating model needs to change, what UX you could offer to whom (and built by whom), and how your APIs can be the ones your clients prefer.

iGTB in partnership with Coalition Greenwich with special guests from FAB and Accenture are pleased to present the virtual event on “How on earth can Corporate Banks differentiate in an open finance world?

In this session, participants will gain insights about:

  • The future of corporate and transaction banking operating models and how banks need to offer their services
  • How you can have fine-grain control and continuity of the UI and UX (yourself or with a specialist) decoupled from the back end, whilst still getting the speed, time-to-market and prior-investment benefits of having a technology partner: onboarding, entitlements, intelligence about the domain (whether payments, cash, collections or trade) are all needed even for headless
  • Understanding of the architecture needed to make ‘experience APIs’ and the corporate banking ‘operating system’, so that the APIs competitive to API-connected users, whether large corporates or co-operative/competitive fintechs
  • What DXP and MACH architecture are, and how much you need to understand them (DXP = Digital Experience Platform, MACH = Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native and Headless.)

Speakers

Yuri Misnik,
Group CTO, First Abu Dhabi Bank
José Navas López Global Banking Lead, Accenture
Dr Tobias Miarka,
Co-Head of Banking, Coalition Greenwich
Mike Rayfield,
SVP Digital, iGTB

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Transform liquidity management from zero-sum to win-win

Normally corporations benefit from liquidity management at the expense of the bank, whether from having to offer pool interest rates, running limit risks or fundamentally, taking high risk assets such as non-operational accounts onto the bank’s balance sheet.

“Every dollar of corporate liquidity is a dollar of bank liability.”  But recent developments in liquidity mean we can satisfy corporations without compromising the bank.

iGTB in partnership with Coalition Greenwich and special guests from Société Générale and Unilever are pleased to present the virtual event on transforming liquidity management from a zero-sum game to a win-win for all stakeholders

In this session participants gain insights into:

  • Research survey finding of treasurers’ pain points
  • Data on banks’ current large appetite and how banks can create the win-win
  • Intelligent ways for banks to manage corporate liquidity in a way that benefits their balance sheet and HQLA

Speakers

Philippe Penichou,
MD, Head of Payment & Cash Management
International Network, Société Générale

 

Philip Sasse,
Vice President Treasury,
Unilever

 

 

Dr. Tobias Miarka,
Co-Head of Banking,
Coalition Greenwich

 

 

Joshua Cohen,
Head of Liquidity Management
Solution, iGTB

 

 

 

 

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Virtual Accounts: Context Matters

Virtual accounts are now simplifying corporate treasury: from basic cash visibilitymaking and receiving payments, managing complex payables and receivables, virtualizing cash concentrationnotional pools, helping reduce overdraft limits and optimizing outstanding credit positions: and in Real-time. What was once seen as an object of convenience to address simple collections management has morphed into an all-encompassing layer that forms a solid framework around the world of cash management as we have traditionally known it.

With speakers from ANZ, Accenture and iGTB, learn the critical things you need for a successful virtual accounts offering. In this webinar we discuss:

  1. One solution for many contexts
  2. Impact on cash visibility and ability to invest
  3. Getting the most bang for your buck

Speakers

Balaji Natarajan
Head of Payments and Cash Management, Asia, ANZ

 

 

Robert Langley
Associate Director, Payments Lead, APAC, Accenture

 

 

Balakrishnan Narasimhan
Senior Vice President and Head of Solution Consulting, iGTB

 

 

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How strong UX reduces complexity in corporate cash management

iGTB, along with UXDA, an award-winning financial UX design agency, will take you through the complexity of simplicity with cash management! We have identified and compiled the most painful corporate banking scenarios that cause the most struggle and disengaging user experiences.

In this session, you will learn how to

  • untangle the complex scenarios
  • uncover the most common UX mistakes that shatter the customer experience

And most importantly, we guide you through examples, in order to solve these customer pains with the power of financial UX design to create a delightful corporate banking user experience.

Speakers

Olga Safonova,

Senior UX Architect, UXDA

 

Camilla Burggraaf,

UX Strategy Lead, iGTB

 

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The Value of Contextual Virtual Accounts

Corporations seek ways and means to optimize working capital and liquidity, manage risk and decrease cost of their treasury operations.

Banks seek ways to develop their competitive edge with innovative products that reduce cost of delivery, increase fee income, optimize capital and create the ‘stickiness’ with corporations to gain and maintain market share.

Virtual Accounts are helping push the envelope of Transactions Banking offering in today’s times.

In this webinar speakers from BNY Mellon, former Santander N.A. and iGTB  discuss three key items:

  1. how virtual accounts are emerging as one of the best tools to contextualize the transaction banking offering to the corporate’s business and financial life cycle
  2. how virtual accounts are helping to create real time cash management offering leveraging real time payments which is a global trend
  3. how virtual accounts are emerging as a new tool for managing corporate liquidity, a.k.a., liquidity re-imagined.

Speakers

Varun Yadav

Principal, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon

 

Michael Sutor

Transaction Banking Director, former Head of Liquidity, Santander, N.A.

 

Balakrishnan Narasimhan

SVP and Head of Solution Consulting, iGTB

 

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Contextualize Corporate Cash Management

In today’s world, context is everything. For financial institutions, it is the exact information that can help attract new business and corporate customers, while strengthening existing relationships.

Join AITE and iGTB as we guide you through how the state of cash management will greatly rely and benefit from contextualization in the next 2-3 years. We will cover topics around:

  • System flexibility to deliver a unique and personalized experience to end-users
  • Data-driven engagement
  • Better tools such as forecasting to enable customers to better manage their money and make more informed decisions.
  • An integrated experience across the bank and with external third-party applications

Speakers 

Christine Barry

Research Director, Aite Group

 

Herber de Ruijter

Executive Vice President, Head of Digital and Payments, iGTB

 

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Bank on a Tile

Don’t be trapped by a monolithic “Bank in a box”

Use Kubernetes Operators Tiles instead to deploy and provision flexibly.

iGTB alongside IBM and Red Hat, share with you first-hand from our specific journey in what traps to avoid when deploying container-based software. Learn specific tips and tricks to avoid lengthy obstacles, save time, money and increase efficiency.

We will specifically show you how to avoid problems such as:

  • Deploying an application on demand, without human error, or knowledge of specific application deployment models
  • How to handle increasingly frequent and targeted upgrades of the application code alongside related changes such as database schemas or extra configuration settings
  • Provide repeatable, standardized automation for operational management of the application (for example backup, system recovery) without requirement for application-specific domain knowledge

Speakers

Vincent Caldeira,

Chief Technologist (FSI), Red Hat

 

Robin Huiser,

Chief Architect Digital, iGTB

 

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Covid 19 Strategic Response for Corporate Banks

The iGTBOxford school of transaction banking brings you a series on Strategy and corporate banking solutions in the times of Covid 19.

This panel session on Covid 19 Strategic Response with the Heads of Transaction banking from Santander, Nordea, Intesa Sanpaolo Group, and Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank focuses on how these premier banks are:

  • Protecting employees and giving them a strong sense of shared purpose
  • Stress-testing their financials
  • Prioritizing resources to minimize the Covid impact on clients
  • Identifying the key technology and behaviors/needs that will redefine the bank-corporate relationship post the pandemic

Speakers

Patrik Havander talks about Covid 19 response by Corporate Banks

Patrik Havander

Head of Transaction Banking Commercial Excellence, Nordea

 

Michael Vallance talks about Covid 19 response by Corporate Banks

Michael Vallance

Head of Transaction Banking, Santander UK Corporate, and Commercial

 

Sergio Dalla Riva talks about Covid 19 response by Corporate Banks

Sergio Dalla Riva

Head of GTB Product Development, Intesa Sanpaolo Group

 

Haytham El Maayergi talks about Covid 19 response by Corporate Banks

Haytham El Maayergi

Global Head of Transaction Banking, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank

 

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The Corporate Cash Time Machine

The consumerization of corporate banking means that corporate cash managers expect an enormous amount from their banks, and the ability to accurately forecast cash flows is paramount.  iGTB is delighted to bring, this webinar on the key need of the hour: cash flow forecasting

The corporate cash time machine.

  • Know your position in real time and in future time
  • Slide your finger right to see into the future.
  • The perils of cash flow forecasting. And the right way to do it.

Never has it been more important than as we emerge from lockdown. Never has it been more crucial to know your future.

Control your destiny, or it will control you.

Speakers

Mike Rayfield

Senior Vice President, iGTB

 

Ronald Wanink

Founder, IPAdama

 

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