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Embracing disruption at Bank Innovation Ignite with IBM

In the financial services industry today, industry leaders are focused on leading their organizations into the future: Reshaping the customer experience with new business models supporting an integrated ecosystem-based marketplace Digitally transforming operations, operating models and technologies to compete in a changing industry structure Optimizing risk, compliance and security These leaders are forming new partnerships—with […]

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Financial services live at IBM Think 2019

This blog has been updated to include video replays of live sessions at IBM Think 2019 and presentation pdfs when available. Read below to find session materials related to financial services. Welcome to Think 2019 in San Francisco, CA! This week the conference begins, and I hope you’re booking plans to engage with the great […]

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Digitizing the flow of goods, information and money with blockchain

This blog has been updated to include video replays of live sessions at IBM Think 2019 and presentation pdfs when available. Blockchain is one of the hottest movements in the financial services industry, but people continue to question where it exists on the hype cycle at every major conference I attend. While other companies are […]

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Hot banking sessions at IBM Think 2019

With such a great lineup of education and activities for financial services leaders at IBM Think from February 12-15  in San Francisco this year, planning your agenda will be tough. While there is a great array of banking-specific sessions from which to choose, the sessions below are highly recommended. These sessions include financial services leaders […]

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Top banking and financial markets blogs in 2018

It is that time of year when we do an annual review of the blogs our readers viewed the most on our Insights on Banking blog. Looking at the top five blog entries of 2018, we see that using technology to meet the ever-increasing scale and rate of regulatory change is top of mind for […]

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Your everything IBM at Sibos guide

Welcome to Sibos 2018 in Sydney! Day one of the conference has begun, and I hope you’re booking plans to meet with IBM at the conference. Each day, I will update and revise this blog several times with news, announcements, videos, and blogs live from the floor at Sibos. Return often and let it serve […]

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Don’t miss these IBM sessions at Money20/20

As we head into Money20/20 next week, I want to make sure you are aware of the best ways to engage with IBM at the conference. If you read Bob Hoey’s earlier Money20/20 blog, you know that IBM has a great line up of  featured executive speaking sessions and daily Wake Up with the CEOs […]

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Advancing innovation in the global financial services industry

Advances in artificial intelligence, blockchain, and cybersecurity are poised to transform the financial services industries. These technologies bring capabilities that speed risk modeling, automate fraud detection, ensure regulatory compliance, enable distributed trust, and protect sensitive financial information. Mounting pressures on financial institutions to drive out costs, improve customer experience, complete with emerging players, and comply […]

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Putting smart to work in financial services: IBM at Money20/20

The war for talent. Regulatory uncertainty. Keeping my customers, my customers. These are some of the concerns that I hear leaders in the financial services industry repeatedly share in my travels and I am sure will be recurring themes at this year’s largest conference in banking and financial services, Money20/20, from October 21-24. Every year, […]

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Blockchain and Banking: It’s good and getting better

As my IBM colleagues and I prepare for next month’s Sibos in Geneva, I’m reminded of the saying: “The best is the enemy of the good.” Its roots go back to an Italian proverb, but it was popularized by the French philosopher, Voltaire. Perhaps nowhere does this saying apply as well as it does to […]

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