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It has taken hundreds of years to build the mechanisms by which money moves around the globe but with the development of decentralised ledger technology, this will be transformed.This presentation will cover the emerging new technologies in banking infrastructure and considers both the constraints and the opportunities that will make the next 30 years in banking a fascinating and dynamic place to be.
Speaker(s): Stephen Stanton-Downes, Managing Director, Finding XTim Moncrieff, Head of Commercial and Projects, SETL
Stephen Stanton-Downes is experienced in the technology markets, having spent his early career in Financial Services and Telecoms for organisations such as O2 and NatWest, Stephen moved into management consulting in 2001. Following a ten year stint with KPMG and then at Accenture helping FTSE100 clients with their most complex and strategic technology management challenges, Stephen has been working with both Digital start-ups and larger enterprises seeking to transform themselves into Platform businesses.Tim Moncrieff is a business transformation professional, an experienced consultant focused on business, digital and technology led transformation in Financial Services and specifically in Payments.
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