What’s in Banking’s Future? “Wall Street, Silicon Valley Is Coming for Ya!”

Explore How Data Is Driving the Future of Modern Banking

What’s in Banking’s Future?
12 mins | January 20, 2020

Summary

Data is the currency uprooting legacy banking systems. See how a modern, end-to-end technology approach can help redesign processes and mitigate risks.

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Jeremy Brisiel
Chief Creative Officer, Swelloquent Arts

He is an award-winning writer, producer and host with over 20 years of experience delivering creative content to audiences around the world. 

Nirvana Farhadi
Global Head Financial Services, RegTech, Risk and Regulatory Compliance Affairs at Hitachi Vantara

She is the business owner and strategic leader for Hitachi’s Financial Services RegTech business. A thought leader and pioneer in the financial services regtech sector, she is a global compliance, operations and risk expert across multiple financial services sectors, global regulations and jurisdictions.

Transcript

This is the Studio NEXT podcast. I'm your host, Jeremy Brisiel. We have a great question to ask. What will the future of banking look like? We should be able to wrap that up in about 15 minutes. I mean, I know we can because we're talking to Nirvana. I mean that's pretty straightforward.

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