Banking Cores and Clouds in Asia Pacific: understanding Banks Use of Cloud Computing
Sponsored by: Temenos
- Cloud Computing
Date: 27 November
Time: 2PM (SGT)/ 5PM (AEDT)
The banking sector has been amongst the slowest industries to migrate core processing to the cloud. This transition can lead to many key benefits including agility and innovation. With regulators increasingly recognizing the positive and economic benefits and impact of using cloud technology to digitize the bank more financial institutions are encouraged to start moving their core banking application to the cloud.
The webinar will discuss the growing trends in banking and the cloud as a technology benefit for customers. Primarily focusing on the Australian and Hong Kong markets, the conversation will also include the APAC region in general, as its clear cloud maturity is a matter of regional acceptance and readiness and that banks are approaching these services in many ways.
Register today to hear Trevor Clarke from Tech Research Asia, Ross Mallace from Temenos and Connie Leung from Microsoft Asia, talk about:
• Regulatory or supply barriers to the adoption of public cloud computing services
• Current and future likelihood of banks using cloud services for core platforms
• If there the appetite for adoption of public cloud services
• What role do fintechs play
• Access to Innovations in cloud
The webinar serves as a perfect guide on how the use of cloud will shape the banking landscape in Asia Pacific. All participants will receive a recording of this session.
Senior Director, Financial Services Business Lead - Asia, Microsoft
Connie is the Senior Director & Financial Services Business Lead - Asia of the Worldwide Financial Services Industry team.
Connie has dual responsibility as Asia lead for driving high level engagement and industry spokesperson and thought leader in Asia, and provides the strategic direction and leadership for all aspects of the Financial Services business as part of the Worldwide Financial Services group, including Banking, Capital Markets and Insurance. Before joining Microsoft, Connie was a Director, Payments & Trade markets, Asia Pacific at SWIFT responsible for corporate, payments and trade markets activities in Asia Pacific.
Prior to that, Connie held management positions with various financial information services providers including as Misys, Surecomp and Fidelity Information Services, offering trade finance, core banking, treasury and payment systems to banks.
Co-Founder & Asia Pacific Research Director, Tech Research Asia
Trevor specializes in helping clients understand the many dynamics of the diverse Asia Pacific region to get the best out of technology investments and opportunities.
In addition, Trevor also provides consulting and advisory services to business, government, and IT executives including in the financial services and payments markets. Projects include open banking and the API-economy, mobile wallets, blockchain and national payments platforms. Trevor also holds the title of managing editor for TQ, the open and online journal founded by TRA.
Regional Head of Cloud for Asia Pacific, Temenos
Standing at the forefront of the fastest moving trend, Ross and his team are leading the way in an industry-wide shift to the cloud. Ross has built a pioneering reputation through the design and execution of business strategies to build a profitable cloud business, and break into new markets by bringing the first banks to public cloud. Now settled in Australia, Ross has cultivated a wealth of experience in banking, capital markets and technology over 15 years.
He holds a BSc in Computer Science, and though his experience is grounded in technology, has broad experience spanning across architecture through to financial portfolio management, as well as sales with institutions such as UBS Investment Bank and Arnott Capital.
Key Learning Objectives
- Understand the trends influencing cloud adoption in APAC
- Explore the impact of fintechs on driving innovation
- Acknowledge future opportunities and challenges of cloud adoption
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