September 30, 2016

Transforming the Landscape: Sibos 2016

Hear from BNY Mellon’s experts about how we’re invested in the future of finance


BNY Mellon has been attending Sibos, the annual conference for the financial industry organized by SWIFT, and sharing our thought leadership with conference delegates and attendees. In case you missed any of it, catch up on what our experts are saying about how we’re helping transform the financial landscape and are invested in the future of finance.

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VIDEO: What are your Key Opportunities and Challenges for Next Year?
BNY Mellon caught up with some of its leaders at Sibos, where they looked ahead to next year and shared their key opportunities and challenges.

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VIDEO: In your View, Which Region has the Best Potential for Growth?
BNY Mellon's leaders at Sibos discuss the regions they think have the best potential for growth.

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VIDEO: Is the European banking industry on the road to recovery?
Some of BNY Mellon's leading voices at Sibos shared their views about whether they think the European banking industry is on the road to recovery.

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VIDEO: What should banks be focusing on to improve client experiences?
We caught up with some of BNY Mellon's leading voices at Sibos to chat about what they think banks should be focusing on to improve client experiences.

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Cloud computing – the next big frontier in the fintech revolution
Saket Sharma, BNY Mellon’s Chief Information Officer for Treasury Services, shared his insights on the benefits and challenges of being “in the cloud” during the FT-TCS BaNCS Financial Leaders Dinner Forum, where he discussed the cloud imperative and described BNY Mellon’s cloud journey.

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How can technology help in treasury strategy?
Chris Mager, Head of Global Innovation within Treasury Services’ Global Product Management group, brought a BNY Mellon perspective on innovation to  the “How can technology help in treasury strategy?” session, where he commented on the evolving payments landscape and the benefits of correspondent and client banking relationships.

It's All about the Culture
Elaine Friedman, Head of Product Planning, Analysis and Strategic Support for Treasury Services at BNY Mellon, participated in a session on "DevOps - Continuous Delivery: Hype vs reality" and said that cultural changes within banking organizations have to occur for the promise of Continuous Delivery/DevOps to be realized.

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It's about the Experience, not the Platform
Tony Brady, Head of Global Product Management for Treasury Services at BNY Mellon, participated in the session, "Towards a Single Platform for All Payments" and called for a banking industry focus not so much on creating a single global platform, but rather on enhancing clients' experience with global payments.

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VIDEO: What’s the relevance of Sibos to the innovation taking place in the industry?
We caught up with some of BNY Mellon’s leading voices at Sibos to chat about why they think it’s relevant to the innovation taking place in financial services.

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Building bridges with NEXEN
Saket Sharma, BNY Mellon’s Chief Information Officer for Treasury Services, participated in a lunchtime SWIFT Lab discussion where he explained what a 232-year-old financial services company has in common with the fresh and innovative minds of Sibos’ Innotribe.

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Business Intelligence as a Gateway to Analytics
Ana Sancho, Global Network Manager for Treasury Services at BNY Mellon, participated in the session on SWIFT's Business Intelligence (BI) portfolio, characterizing BI as a good way for companies beginning the analytics journey to become better acquainted with the application of analytics to their own operations and how to begin realizing the corresponding benefits.

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Reinventing Payments in an Era of Modernization
A new white paper from BNY Mellon summarizes the transformational changes taking place in the payments space and analyzes survey results from more than 100 banks to describe the strategies being employed by banks to align themselves with the emerging payments environment.

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Interconnectedness Is Driving the Future of Money
Doug Shulman, Global Head of Client Service Delivery at BNY Mellon, participated in the Innotribe “Future of Money” plenary session and commented on the implications of the emerging “Internet of Everything” on the global payments system.