iGTB Oxford School of Transaction Banking – 2017

The second edition of the iGTB Oxford School of Transaction Banking ran between 26 and 29 April 2017 was a roaring success, Nearly 40 senior transaction bankers from Canada, Germany, Ghana, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, Kuwait, Malaysia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Thailand, UAE, UK and Vietnam participated in this years course.

Founded in 2016, has the aim of “helping senior transaction bankers to run, day-to-day, a successful transaction banking franchise.” It is an intensive course based on Design Thinking featuring a curriculum based on a three-level maturity model and six design levers, exercises where scholars practise using Design Thinking on real case studies, case studies of specific banks presented by the leaders in the banks who executed them, additional speakers covering digital, economics, what CEOs want, marketing

The school takes place in the prestigious Rhodes House, Oxford, finishing at the exclusive Oxford and Cambridge Club in London, and also features a networking and cultural programme including South African jazz, a private tour of Oxford and a private viewing of the Degas and Picasso exhibition.