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Getting Hands-On with New ABCD of Banking

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Attendees will gain a perspective on how to implement changes to the organization that’s going to save them both money and time and enable them to delight customers.

They also learn about experimenting fast by doing a Design Sprint and how to develop use cases for these new technologies that will allow them to LEAP ahead and 2019.

The most important learning will be how to avoid wasting time on technologies that aren’t going to benefit the organization and how to discern what those are by being able to be critical about what sales people are sharing.¬†

This program is a mix of academic and business engagement. Participants will learn new perspective of ABCDs (AI, Blockchain, Cloud and Data) and receive a perspective on finance that is realistic and value driven. A new mode of operation, drawn from data and best practices, rather than incremental improvements against short-term targets.

Key Learning Points

– Artificial Intelligence
Machine learning in business
AI in business and society
Why are governments investing in AI
How AI is disrupting the banking industry
Introducing AI coordinated business
Using Robotic Process Automation to speed up work

–¬†Blockchain in Corporate Banking
An introduction to blockchain technology
How blockchain is used in corporate banking

– Cloud and Data
Actionable intelligence for data driven decision making

– Design Sprint
Include Design Sprint for Loan example applying the ABCDs to delight the customer

Who should attend?

– Managers/supervisors who run operations and customer transactions with lots of experience in corporate banking, trading, lending, financial global market
– 10 years experience in corporate banking

Date: 21 January 2018

Time: 9.00 am Р5.00 pm

Training Venue:
ANZ Bank
10 Collyer Quay
Ocean Financial Centre, #30-00
Singapore 049315

Associate Professor Keith B. Carter

Course Fee:
$1400 + GST
For enquiries or registration, please email soc-ace@nus.edu.sg