SIFMA and TCS BaNCS hosted a Live Event on 'How can Digital Technologies Harness Data to Transform the Back-Office?' on 4th August 2020. You can watch the video on-demand from this link.
- Giles Elliott, Head of Business Development, Capital Markets, TCS
- Nickolas Delikaris, Managing Director, Global Head of Algorithmic Trading, State Street Global Markets (Global Markets/Custodian)
- Paul Lacey, Managing Director, Wells Fargo
- Vikrant Goyal, Global Co-Head – IT Product Strategy and Vendor Relationship, BNP Securities Services
- Arun Arunachalam, Head, Product Management – Banking, Capital Markets and Insurance, TCS BaNCS
Capital markets firms are constantly looking at ways to progress further up the value chain for their clients. And this is where the back-office comes in.
Pivotal to front-office efficiency and better customer service, how can the back-office of today navigate the path of emerging digital and data technologies and contribute to building the innovation pipeline? How can it help unlock the potential of intelligent automation and bring in a more customer-centric focus on data?
SIFMA, TCS BaNCS and a panel of industry experts explored the impact of digital and data transformation on financial services and how agile back-office operations can better meet evolving product development.
To know more about TCS BaNCS’ participation at the live event, please write to us at email@example.com.
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