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The financial services sector has seen some ground-breaking, technology-led changes in the past few years. Although technology has brought improvement, it’s undoubtedly been disruptive and far from smooth sailing for many in the financial services sector, especially so in the traditional banks. And, if predictions are correct, the changes that are coming over the next few years will be unprecedented.

Open banking and APIs. Transforming from transactional to Insight-as-a-Service, monetizing data and building new revenue streams. Infrastructure modernization, solving legacy system dependency and public cloud adoption. Managing and keeping ahead in cyber-security and compliance. The maturation of Blockchain. FinTech driving change and increasing customer expectations. Being the best in a technologically competitive space. Branch-free banking and much more will be covered throughout the two days of Cloud Expo Europe and our collocated events.   

Updated FCA rulings and the arrival of the European Union’s Payments Services Directive (PSD2), improved security and strong case studies have helped boost financial institutions confidence to adopt cloud technology

If you are a business leader, technologist or part of the senior team ready to or already in the process of unlocking your IT vault you’ll find plenty of solutions and expertise at Cloud Expo Europe. We’re home to leading vendors, partners, consultants and service providers, experienced in helping a wealth of financial service businesses take advantage of the agility, security, efficiency and cost reduction that cloud technology can bring. Join us in March to get access to a world of technology and services specifically crafted for your industry.

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Our speakers confirmed for 2019 included:

  • Dan Kellet - Senior Director of Data Science - Capital One
  • Amit Varma - Head of Technology - Citi Group
  • Shivaji Dasgupta - Managing Director - Deutsche Bank
  • Bas Geerdink - Technology Lead - ING
  • Razvan Tudor - Chapter Lead - ING
  • James McLeod - Software Engineer Lead - Lloyds
  • Paolo Zambonini - Chief Digital & Information Officer - Lowell Group
  • Anthony Stevens - Global Head of Product Innovation - Northern Trust
  • Michele Curtoni - Digital Product Development - State Street
  • George Zarkadakis - Digital Lead - Willis Towers Watson

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All IN MOBILE Case Studies

SCRIVE

Scrive is a mobile app solution meant
to provide an e-signature at the
point-of-sale transaction. Due to
the specifics of the application, it is
heavily focused on the tablets.

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ONEGINI

Onegini is a mobile security platform
that provides people with all the
security elements needed for
creating secure mobile apps such as
device registration, mobile login, API
security, and push authentication.
The platform provides flexibility to
login with QR, PIN, Push, Fingerprint
and other Biometrics.

Find out more

Latest News

  • 19-Nov-2019
    17:13
    EE increases 5G network

    EE has announced the expansion of its 5G network to 14 new towns and cities, including Liverpool, Glasgow and Huddersfield for the first time. The mobile operator said independent tests by network performance firm RootMetrics had also found its network now covered 60% of London. As part of the new expansion, EE said it had introduced 5G in Castlereagh, Guildford, Hamilton, Harlow, Hoddesdon, Kimberley, Lisburn, Maidstone, Sydenham, Watford and Wolverhampton.

    The post EE increases 5G network to reach 14 new cities appeared first on Techerati.

  • 19-Nov-2019
    15:39

    Law firm Slaughter and May have lambasted executives from TSB and parent company Sabadell over the catastrophic core banking migration that locked two million customers out of their accounts in April 2018. 

    The migration from Lloyds Bank systems to TSB's new in-house core banking platform Proteo4UK led to money disappearing from customer accounts, halved Sabadell's 2018 profits, and eventually forced out TSB CEO Paul Pester.

    Slaughter and May's 262-page report, said to have cost £25 million to produce, criticised the TSB board for failing to "fully understand the scope and complexity" of the new IT system and found Sabadell's IT arm Sabis guilty of failing to test the system on one of the two data centres it relied on.

    The post Report slams TSB and parent company Sabadell over 2018 IT disaster appeared first on Techerati.

  • 19-Nov-2019
    14:14

    Google has announced plans to acquire Californian-based software firm CloudSimple for an undisclosed fee, as it steps up efforts to win the business of hybrid-cloud hungry enterprises.

    CloudSimple's solutions help companies with cloud migration, disaster recovery and virtual desktop services. The purchase will help Google as it seeks to make ground on cloud rivals, Microsoft Azure and AWS, by simplifying migration to Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

    The post Google snaps up VMware hybrid cloud specialist CloudSimple appeared first on Techerati.

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