EY at Sibos 2023
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Hear EY speak at Sibos 2023
Digital currencies have made a big splash over the past few years. But moving beyond the hype, how are the various types of digital currencies actually being used today, and how do market participants envision them being used in the future? What are the critical attributes for these digital currencies to be widely accepted as forms of money, and which characteristics are most important for different use cases? What are the barriers to adoption or hurdles that must be overcome?
EY speaker: Christopher Woolard
Monday, 18 September 2023 I 15:00 – 15:45 EDT
From transactional transparency to reporting, vessel tracking and merchandise quality, fraud detection and ESG scoring, data is at the heart of physical and financial supply chains. However, the process of leveraging the data is far from perfect. This session will assess the potential that data can truly bring and the challenges we face in accessing, trusting and interpreting it.
EY speaker: David Cooperman
Tuesday, 19 September 2023 I 12:00 – 12:45 EDT
The adoption of tokenization and the emergence of digital currencies presents an opportunity to drive settlement efficiency and next wave of innovation in payments.
The path to adoption will be driven by efficiency gains, risk reduction, liquidity optimization, transparency, and automation. The future of money and client interactions will be powered by tokenization, programmability, smart contracts, and unified ledgers. Interoperability and functional consistency across different formats of money will be critical.
The panel of industry experts will explore the role of tokenized commercial bank money in the ecosystem of new forms of digital money and use cases enabled by digital currencies, including an overview of the Regulated Liability Network (RLN). This panel will also address the importance of interoperability and collaboration, key implications, and opportunities of these emerging digital currencies.
Tuesday, 19 September I 11:30 – 12:15 EDT
Highlighting how richer data from ISO 20022 can help develop improved solutions providing cost efficiencies, better client experience and increased revenues.
EY speaker: Jennifer Lucas
Wednesday, 20 September 2023 I 12:00 – 12:30 EDT
With the rapid pace of technological advancements in AI over recent years, and the explosion of interest from the launch of Chat GPT in 2023, the world has seen an acceleration of innovation on the opportunities that AI can provide. With this potential seeing no boundaries, organisations need to adopt a forward thinking mindset, leveraging the right tools and expertise to leverage this transformative power.
Wednesday, 20 September I 17:15–17:45 EDT
The migration to ISO 20022 for cross-border payments and reporting has begun and many are on the adoption journey. ISO 20022 can help to protect and grow your business, increase efficiency, reduce and manage risks. Join this session to gain learnings and valuable insights from your peers on the benefits of adopting ISO 200222 for cross-border payments.
EY speaker: Jeremy McDougall
Thursday, 21 September 2023 I 10:30 – 11:15 EDT
Cross-border retail payments are growing fast, and with it comes market fragmentation. Consumers and small businesses have a lot of choice, so providers need to think strategically and have a unique value proposition if they want to stand out. Are international retail payments a commodity or an experience? How important are pricing and FX competitiveness? Do banks still have an advantage in terms of trust and security? In an ecosystem where banks, FinTechs, market infrastructures, card schemes and tech players are all putting skin in the game, new possibilities are fast opening up. With new business models and partnerships already driving innovation in this space, this session will look at whether now is the time to partner or battle.
EY speaker: Alla Gancz
Thursday, 21 September 2023 I 9:30 – 10:30 EDT