|25 September 2019||London, UK|
Join us for one of four partner-hosted sessions at Sibos in London on Wednesday, 25 September located in South Gallery 12.
Blockchain-based technology has proven successful in addressing today’s banking pain points, but this technology can also enable banks to enhance interactions and transactions for their corporate customers. Take this opportunity during Sibos week to learn how new collaborative networks and consortia have come together to transform corporate supply chains, international trade, KYC and payments.
Through a series of four, one-hour sessions, R3 ecosystem participants will showcase applications they’ve built on Corda, R3’s enterprise blockchain platform. They will highlight the progress of some of the market-leading applications being developed in the corporate banking arena and demonstrate the benefits they are bringing.
Register your place to find out how these groups have worked together to address industry level pain points - increasing access to traditional trade finance, creating a distributed marketplace for supply chain finance and solving the KYC conundrum for banks, buyers and suppliers.
There are only 25 spaces available for each session so please register your interest as soon as possible. You will receive a confirmation email including logistical details closer to the event but if you have any questions before then please contact email@example.com.
Room #: South Gallery 12
10:00-11:00 Capgemini – Trusted Data Exchange for Supplier Onboarding & KYC
11:15-12:15 Infosys Finacle – Reimagining Trade Processes with Blockchain
13:30-14:30 Voltron - The Roadmap for Trade Transformation and Digitisation
15:00-16:00 TradeIX + The Marco Polo Network - The Future of Trade Finance is Now
Note: You do not have to be a Sibos attendee to register for these sessions, however if you will not be attending Sibos please make sure you bring government-issued ID with you to access the venue.
Trusted Data Exchange for Supplier Onboarding & KYC
The rise of digital business platforms and regulatory burdens affecting Banks and Corporates is driving the need for automated counterparty onboarding and fiduciary processes. This is true for both the KYC (Know Your Customer) and KYS (Know Your Supplier) processes, throughout business ecosystems, and is resulting in a convergence of the Compliance and Procurement functions.
Reimagining Trade Processes with Blockchain Technology
Join this session to learn how you can transform inter-organizational trade processes through blockchain.
The Roadmap for Trade Transformation and Digitisation
Join senior trade finance bankers and members of the Voltron project to find out the results of recent live corporate blockchain LC transactions from eight Voltron member banks (Bangkok Bank, BNP Paribas, CTBC, HSBC, ING, Natwest, SEB and Standard Chartered Bank), and corporate clients such as Cargill, Landmark Group, PTT and Rio Tinto.
TradeIX + the Marco Polo Network - The Future of Trade Finance is Now
During this panel discussion banks and technology providers will discuss the challenges posed by existing trade finance offerings as well as the solutions and opportunities provided by new technologies.