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SAS SPEED Webinar Series for Banking

A series of thought-leadership webinars dedicated to participants in the banking industry.

Schedule

Web seminar schedule: from 16:00 on the last Thursday of each month
Thursday 25th January 2018Disruption, disturbance or distraction: predicting banking trends in 2018
A new year means new developments in the banking industry. This webinar considers the PESTEL factors influencing the sector's growth; explains the trends which emerged in 2017; highlights the developments which will characterize 2018; assesses if these trends will disrupt, disturb or distract market participants; contains a low probability/high impact 'wild card'; and ends with a rallying call to action.
Thursday 22nd February 2018The digitalized development of banking (part 1)
Digitalization in banking needs to be performed from end-to-end, encompassing activities in the front-, middle-, and back-office, and underpinned/enabled by advanced analytical technologies. This webinar, the first in a three-part series, focuses on the front office, where the bank/customer relationship is created, nurtured and cultivated. Using data-driven insights, improvements to both overall levels of client satisfaction and revenue from the provision of relevant products and services will occur.
Thursday 29th March 2018The digitalized development of banking (part 2)
Digitalization in banking needs to be performed from end-to-end, encompassing activities in the front-, middle-, and back-office, and underpinned/enabled by advanced analytical technologies. This webinar, the second in a three-part series, focuses on the middle office, where new products – that are not only relevant but innovative – are created by extracting value from data. Alongside this, the middle office also performs a vital fraud detection function, which minimizes the twin threats of revenue leakage and customer frustration.
Thursday 26th April 2018The digitalized development of banking (part 3)
Digitalization in banking needs to be performed from end-to-end, encompassing activities in the front-, middle-, and back-office, and underpinned/enabled by advanced analytical technologies. This webinar, the final instalment in a three-part series, focuses on the back office, where risk and regulatory reporting activities are performed.
Thursday 31st May 2018Accelerating the integration of risk and finance
The concept of an integrated risk and finance function is not all-new for 2018, and remains a work-in-progress for the banking industry. This webinar addresses how institutions can overcome organizational, operational and technological obstacles to become significantly better versions of themselves.
Thursday 28th June 2018Industry trends mid-year review
Gosh, how time flies. Before we know it, Christmas will be upon us, and we'll all be discussing the new John Lewis advert. But let's not worry about that right now. Instead, let's revisit the 2018 banking industry trends, and figure out if SAS's predictions are coming true.
Thursday 26th July 2018Who ya gonna call? Mythbusters (part 1)
A three-part series to explore a topic which is either overhyped or massively misunderstood. The exact subject matter remains to be confirmed, but examples include – but are not limited to – blockchain, open source, fintech/regtech, IoT etc.
Thursday 30th August 2018Who ya gonna call? Mythbusters (part 2)
A three-part series to explore a topic which is either overhyped or massively misunderstood. The exact subject matter remains to be confirmed, but examples include – but are not limited to – blockchain, open source, fintech/regtech, IoT etc.
Thursday 27th September 2018Who ya gonna call? Mythbusters (part 3)
A three-part series to explore a topic which is either overhyped or massively misunderstood. The exact subject matter remains to be confirmed, but examples include – but are not limited to – blockchain, open source, fintech/regtech, IoT etc.
Thursday 25th October 2018Assessing the impacts and outcomes of PSD2 and GDPR
2018 was a(nother) BIG year for regulatory activity, with both PSD2 and GDPR coming into effect. This webinar discusses the initial impacts and outcomes of these major legislative developments, and considers what, if any, adjustments banks will need to make during 2019.
Thursday 29th November 2018EBA stress test 2018: the results are in
The EBA is scheduled to release the results of its latest banking stress test on November 2nd 2018. This webinar examines the key findings, assesses what improvements need to be made, and suggests how technology will potentially improve accuracy and shorten timescales.

 

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 Thursday 25 Jan 2018
 Disruption, disturbance or distraction: predicting banking trends in 2018
 Thursday 22 Feb 2018
 The digitalized development of banking (part 1)
 Thursday 29 March 2018
 The digitalized development of banking (part 2)
 Thursday 26 April 2018
 The digitalized development of banking (part 3)
 Thursday 31 May 2018
 Accelerating the integration of risk and finance
 Thursday 28 June 2018
 Industry trends mid-year review
 Thursday 26 July 2018
 Who ya gonna call? Mythbusters (part 1)
 Thursday 30 Aug 2018
 Who ya gonna call? Mythbusters (part 2)
 Thursday 27 Sept 2018
 Who ya gonna call? Mythbusters (part 3)
 Thursday 25 Oct 2018
 Assessing the impacts and outcomes of PSD2 GDPR
 Thursday 29 Nov 2018
 EBA Stress test 2018: the results are in
 
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