Brett King To Speak On The Future Of Indian Banking

by CXOtoday News Desk    Jan 15, 2014


Technology evangelist Brett King, and also the founder of the world’s first direct mobile bank, Movenbank, will speak on the future of banking in India at a seminar to be held on January 15 and 17 in Mumbai. The two-day seminar is targeted at CEOs, CIOs, and other decision makers in the banking and financial institutions and will deliberate on challenges and policy matters faced by the banking sector in sustaining and expanding their operations.

With key themes such as the ‘Business of Banking’ and ‘Technology & Compliance in Banking’, the event has been organized by global software major Oracle India and leading Indian IT portal CXO of Trivone Digital Services..

“Customer behavior has been changing over the last 2-3 years, and in order to survive banks need to rapidly innovate to accommodate these changing trends. We have taken a step forward in understanding the future of banking which will inevitably be supported by the growth and spread of technology,” says King.

The technology futurist notes that most of tomorrow’s customers will interact with their banks through their smart phones or computers and banks need to swiftly up their service quotient in this department in order to prosper.”

Shailender Kumar, Group Vice President, Oracle India, too agrees that banks and financial institutions in India have been through a major transformation in the way they consume technology. “The dynamism of the financial services sector and the continuous need to innovate has driven this sector to ensure to create a unique customer experience,” he says.

Speaking about the seminar, Founder & CEO of Trivone, Mr. L. Subramanyan, says, “ has been widely known for its domain knowledge in IT and providing a perspective on IT for the decision makers of India’s leading enterprises. We are glad to be associated with the global banking industry advisor, Mr. Brett King, and present this thought leadership session on the business of banking and engage the elite audience in networking.”

Widely acclaimed for his bestselling books Bank 2.0 and ‘Branch Today, Gone Tomorrow’, King was named “Bank Technology News Innovator of the Year” by the trade newspaperAmerican Banker in 2012.  In 2013, King was the only individual listed in the “top ten coolest brands in banking” by Bank Innovation for his innovative approach to retail banking.