SunTec

30 November- 2 December 2021
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Join us at the FT Live Global Banking Summit 2021, a convergence of top banking leaders from across the world to discuss the radical changes in the world of banking. Witness insightful discussions on key industry shifts including better banking, financial crime, disruptech, geo-politics and banking strategy, to name a few. Be a part of discussions with over 100 speakers from around the world as they talk about global markets, and notable trends to master exponential growth in the banking sector for the coming years.
SunTec is the lead sponsor of The FT Global Banking Summit 2021.

Lead Sponsor

Why Attend?

With SunTec’s presence at the Global Banking Summit this year,

Get a chance to interact with our leaders

Discover our technology solutions to become a customer-driven bank

Meet customer lifecycle needs by integrating with partners and monetize your ecosystems

Join the Panel Discussion: Open Banking - Are Banks Ready to Seize the Opportunity?

Nanda Kumar, our Founder & CEO, will discuss the paradigm shifts in the Open Banking arena, along with Ather Williams- Senior Executive Vice President, Head of Strategy, Digital Platforms and Innovation at Wells Fargo, Noor Menai-President and CEO at CTBC Bank Corp, USA, Helen Bierton- Chief Banking Officer- Starling Bank and Imani Moise, US Banking Correspondent, Financial Times.

Here’s what you can look forward to:

Meet our Leaders

Nanda Kumar

Founder & CEO of SunTec Business Solutions

Amit Dua

President and Global Head – Client Facing Group at SunTec Business Solutions

Resources

Today convenience, speed, and security are becoming hygiene factors in banking, while “real-time”, “personalization” and “advice” are increasingly becoming important components of customer-driven banks. Discover how to become a customer-driven bank.

The global banking industry and especially retail banking is undergoing significant change that is driven by several factors.

Banks around the world have been buffeted by a combination of forces exerted by customers, competitors, and regulators. 

In this period of turmoil, corporate treasurers find it more important than ever to express what products, solutions, and services they want from their banks.
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