Banks to discuss big data and analytics at summit this October

Rebecca Gibson
Rebecca Gibson
By Rebecca Gibson on 30 September 2016
Banks to discuss big data and analytics at summit this October

Senior data executives from DBS, BBVA, Zurich, HSBC, QBE, Standard Chartered Bank, CITIC, Natixis and other major financial institutions are to present at the Big Data & Analytics for Banking Summit in Hong Kong this October.

Hosted by Innovation Enterprise, the event will take place at the InterContinental Grand Stanford Hotel on 18-19 October. It is targeted at banking executives who want to adopt new data techniques and technologies to overcome the increase in payment fraud, which has been prompted by contactless and electronic payments.

Delegates will discuss various key industry topics including data security compliance, data governance, regulation, and market analysis. One highlight will be a presentation by Subir Chandra, senior vice president of the T&O-COO Office at DBS Bank. Chandra will discuss how DBS has become the first Singaporean bank to use data to identify historical fraudulent trends over an extended period of time, rather than for individual payments.

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