Industry Specific Technology Trends Previsory Webinars
What’s a previsory? The word is a portmanteau of “preview” and “advisory”, a view of financial services technology trends that our clients should have on their radar.
We’ve sifted through the noise and the hype to help you identify and prioritize the trends to have on your radar. We’re intentionally looking forward to help you develop a perspective and potential technology plan. We hope that each previsory webinar expands your horizons and sparks new ideas. Along with the webinars, we will publish accompanying in-depth previsory reports available to our subscribers.
Explore the schedule and register for any and all webinars that pique your interest!
Risk | October 26th, 10-10:30am ET
Speakers: Neil Katkov, Head of Risk, and Arin Ray, Senior Analyst
The pandemic has primed the pump for technology change in Risk. Regtech startups are transforming operational risk and financial crime operations. Data, AI and analytics are enabling new insights to support financial risk management as well as drive business value. Cloud deployments are on the rise even for mission critical functions. Celent’s Risk Previsory will provide our take on the technology trends risk managers need to know.
Corporate Banking | October 27th, 10-10:30am ET
Speaker: Patty Hines, Head of Corporate Banking
We know corporate bankers are busy optimizing client engagement, embracing disruptive imperatives in payments, driving differentiation with emerging technologies, and adopting an ecosystem approach to growth, all while diversifying their technology transformation toolkit. We will share our perspectives on the key technology trends and imperatives for corporate banking in 2022.
Retail Banking | October 28th, 10-10:30am ET
Speaker: Zil Bareisis, Head of Retail Banking
We know retail banks are busy optimizing client engagement, seeking to differentiate via payments, lending, and other propositions, and looking to leverage the increasingly diverse and open ecosystem, while diversifying their technology transformation toolkit. We will share our perspectives on the key technology trends and imperatives for retail banks in 2022.
Capital Markets | November 2nd, 11-11:30am ET
Speaker: Monica Summerville, Head of Capital Markets
COVID-19 accelerated tech adoption and Financial Institutions in capital markets have got their tech mojo back. But is it a case of tech “Haves” and “Have Yachts” – where the “Yachts” are sailing away from the rest? Join us as we share key trends and strategy highlights from our 2022 Capital Markets Technology Previsory Report and ensure you thrive in red or blue oceans, yacht or not.
Wealth Management | November 3rd, 11-11:30am ET
Speakers: Jean Sullivan, Head of Wealth Management, and Awaad Aamir, Analyst
The new market reality for wealth management firms is one where they have to do more with less. A myriad of changes in investor demand, added regulatory pressure, and digitally disruptive competitors requires wealth managers to respond with rapid innovation and digital adoption at a pace not seen before. We will share our perspectives on the key technology trends and imperatives for wealth management firms in 2022.
Life Insurance | November 9th, 11-11:30am ET
Speakers: Nicolas Michellod, Head of Insurance, APAC and EMEA, and Max Ang, Analyst
The insurance industry continues to change rapidly to respond to new technologies, changing business models, the explosion of data and the need to digitize and innovate across every aspect of an insurance company. We’ll provide a “previsory” — a preview of the top trends for 2022 and advice on how to evaluate the impact on your business.
P&C Insurance | November 10th, 11-11:30am ET
Speaker: Karlyn Carnahan, Head of Property & Casualty Insurance NA, and Rob Norris, Senior Analyst
The insurance industry continues to rapidly evolve with the advent of new technologies, changing business models, the explosion of data, and the need to digitize and innovate across every aspect of the value chain. We’ll make sense of it all by covering the latest trends and providing advice on how carriers can best respond to them.