14 & 15 October, 2017 | Toronto
Make sure you arrive on Saturday and don’t miss this signature event.
Kick off Sibos with a bang! Network privately with the heads of transaction banking, cash management, payments, channels and other elite members of the Global Transaction Banking industry.
Why you should attend
iGTB in conjunction with Women In Payments are delighted to invite senior Transaction Banking experts (Male gender no bar!) to the annual pre-Sibos GTB Advisory event happening at two stunning locations. Reserve your seat now!
Saturday, 14 October Fairmont Royal York 6.30 pm onwards Cocktail Reception followed by Dinner
Wine, dine and network at the hotel that is the residence of choice for members of the Canadian Royal Family and indeed Queen Elizabeth II herself.
Dr Leila Fourie
Chief Executive Officer, APCA
Sunday, 15 October
Art Gallery of Ontario
9.30 am to 12.00 noon (optional breakfast from 8.30 am and lunch after)
A stimulating session warrants a stimulating environment. With a collection of more than 90,000 works of art, the Art Gallery of Ontario, is among the most distinguished art museums in North America.
9:30 am–11:30 am Business Round Table Sessions
11:30 am–12:00 pm Feedback & Wrap up
12:00 pm Networking Lunch
Founder & CEO, Women In Payments
Business Round Table Sessions
With a mantra of “no death by powerpoint” the business round tables are working sessions that enable you to shape the future strategy and set direction for customer experience, processing payments, cash management, liquidity, trade and supply chain finance and other Transaction Banking products. Join a table and agree or disagree on
- Real time payments: a desirable, feasible but not-viable tax? – or can banks profit by delivering valuable new services?
- Customer digital experience: made irrelevant by APIs? – or an opportunity to add smart routing, analytics and artificial intelligence to the customer’s journeys?
- Corporate liquidity solutions: protecting a golden goose? – or creating new value for clients?
- Supply chain finance: a distraction being seduced by blockchain? – or a real way to make more money for banks?
Attendees will receive the full output of all the round tables, which will serve as a useful guide to setting the strategy at your bank.
12.45 pm to 1.30 pm Private, guided, expert tour of the Art Gallery of Ontario