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Digital Transformation in Financial Services

From: 23 Nov 2020 - 16:00 To: 23 Nov 2020 - 17:00

Digital Transformation in Financial Services

Join leading global experts in exploring the role of digital transformation in the future of Financial Services.

Date Monday, 23 November
Time 4pm to 5pm
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Digital disruption in the financial sector is having a significant impact on competition, on consumers and on regulation. The emergence of FinTech, together with disruptive technologies is changing the very nature of financial services. This creates new challenges for leadership, policy and regulation. In order to excel, we need to support and encourage innovation while also managing consumer protection and financial stability.

To discuss these issues, we will be joined by experts in exploring the latest trends in Ireland and international financial services. Our guests include Emma Cunningham, Efi Pylarinou, Gerry Quinn and Tony Moroney.

Join us for this and future events in the Digital Transformation Lab at University College Cork (Ireland) Expert Series - a 6-part series that is covering digital leadership, strategy, disruption, transformation, innovation and accessibility. This series is about exploring and learning from the latest industry and academic thinking. The events invite experts to share their views and to allow plenty of opportunity for those views to be explored and questioned by our audience. View some of our previous events at our Youtube Channel.

The Digital Transformation Lab organised by UCC is a network of stakeholders (that includes senior professionals, academics, researchers, consultants, and communicators) interested in developing, validating, and sharing best practices in Digital Transformation. We do this through: (1) supporting peer-to-peer learning within the network; (2) undertaking and sharing research findings; (3) organising regular online and face-to-face networking events; (4) organising thought leadership events and masterclasses; and (5) using podcasts, blogs, and social media activities to share our message.