London, 22 November 2016 – The birthplace of the World Wide Web, Geneva, was the host city for this year’s Sibos—a fitting location for a conference that has become increasingly dominated by the opportunities and challenges posed by technology innovation. Very few (if any) discussions on the exhibition floor did not involve distributed ledger technology or cybersecurity. But newer and equally discussed topics were artificial intelligence and machine-learning technology, highlighting how the industry may change as automation and digital labor replace many core operational processes.
This report rounds up the key discussion topics from the event and evaluates how each of these fits into SWIFT’s strategic agenda.
This 46-page Impact Note contains 22 figures. Clients of Aite Group’s Institutional Securities & Investments or Wholesale Banking & Payments services can download this report, the corresponding charts, and the Executive Impact Deck.
This report mentions Accenture, ASX, BBVA, Bitso, Capital One, Destacame, Deutsche Bank, Dwolla, Earthport, Fidor Bank, Fiserv, Hello Paisa, Hyperledger, IBM, Identitii, KPMG, Linux, Multichain, NSD, Quantexa, Quotanda, R3, Ripple, Rise, SmartContract, StartupBlink, Sun Exchange, SWIFT, and WeCashUp.