Advanced Digital Banking & AI Program
17th & 18th of June
Dubai, UAE

COURSE AGENDA - A SUMMARY

This two-day programme will provide attendees with an advanced foundation on Digital Banking before diving into Artificial Intelligence, its use cases in Financial Services and how attendees can apply them in their own corporate environment.

This course will be led by UK's top Financial Services expert David Gyori - a globally renowned author and keynote speaker as well as industry expert.

Learning Objectives for this course

01
Understand the driving forces behind fast and powerful digital transition in banking
02
Realize the strategic importance of millennials in banking and to be ready to serve them with excellence.
03
Be ready to follow global best practices in digital channels and digital product development 
04
Understand the potential and mechanisms of distributed ledger technologies in general as well as blockchain in particular.
05
To be one step ahead on digital currencies and to be ready to adapt to a future era of central bank digital currencies
06
To master leading corporate innovation strategies 
07
To master leading corporate innovation strategies 
08
To structure the 'Big data > AI > Neural Networks > Machine Learning > Deep Learning' vertical and be aware of top use cases in the financial sector

Agenda

Day 1: NEW INFRASTRUCTURE AND MARKET STRUCTURE
0900-0930
  • Welcome, Introduction and Warmup
0930-1030
  • 1. Definition and History
  • - The FinTech Revolution: ICT as a GPT (General Purpose Technology), 30 Key Emerging Areas of Financial Technology
  • - New Players in Banking: FinTech Startups, TechFin Giants, Neo Banks, MNOs (Mobile Network Operators)
  • - The Digital Transition Project: The Red Queen Effect, Evolutionary Biology in Banking, The Banking Innovation Paradox,
    Moore’s Law and Metcalfe’s Law, Information Cascades
1045:1230
  • 2. The Future of Banking: Tactics, Strategies, New Market Structure
  • - Third Parties in Banking: APIs (Application Programming Interfaces), PSD2, Open Banking
  • - ‘Phygital’: Optimizing Branch Networks, Hybrid Branches, Lifestyle Branches, Video Banking, ATM Innovation, The Branch Equilibrium
  • - Coopetition: 3rd Dimension of Digital Stakeholders, Frenemies
  • - Tactics: Labs, CVC, Acceleration, Incubation, Intrapreneurship
  • - Case Studies: Moven from New York, Barclays from London, Bud from London, Credit Agricole from Paris, Digit from Palo Alto
1230-1330
  • Lunch
1330-1500
  • 3. Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies 1.0
  • - Definition and History: Centralized versus Distributed Ledgers, The 7Ps of Blockchain Evolution, Public versus Private Ledgers
  • - 10 Phases of Blockchain Demonstration: Hash, Block, Blockchain, DLT, Value, Value Base, Public Key, Private Key, Signature, Integration
  • - Use Cases: 30 use cases of Blockchain in banking, key use cases beyond banking, Group Exercise: Use Case Prediction
1515-1700
  • 4. Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies 2.0
  • - Interbank Money Transfer: SWIFT, R3 Alliance, Ripple Labs and beyond, Blockchain Based Remittances
  • - Identity on Blockchain: New Banking from Denmark, KYC Chain and Block Pass from Hong Kong
  • - Smart Contracts: Definition, Characteristics, Roles, How banks and bankers can profit, How lawyers can remain relevant
    Central Banks and Blockchain Projects: Federal Reserve, Bank of England and others
Day 2: NEW RISKS ARISING
0900-0930
  • Refreshing Day One and Warmup
0930-1030
  • 5. Digital Currencies
  • - Lessons from Monetary History: A 17th Century Crisis, Ken Rogoff – The Curse of Cash, AML, KYC, Compliance
  • - BitCoin: Nakamoto, Bitcoin Foundation, PayPal’s Attempts for Currency
  • - Secondary Coins: Ether, LiteCoin, DashCoin, XRP by Ripple
  • - Key Cryptocurrency Concepts: ICOs, ABCs, Crypto ATMs
  • - Central Bank Digital Currency: Sweden, Thailand, South Africa, Ireland; Commercial Bank Digital Currencies
1045-1230
  • 6. Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Neural Networks
  • - Big Data: Volume, Velocity, Variety; Structured, Semi-Structured, Unstructured; Alternative Data Matrix, 5G, IoT
  • - Artificial Intelligence: The History of Artificial Neurons, Neural Networks, AI vs AGI (Artificial General Intelligence)
  • - Machine Learning: The 7 Levels of Machine Intelligence (Act, Predict, Learn, Create, Relate, Master, evolve)
  • - Deep Learning: Deep Neural Networks, Supervised Learning, Semi- Supervised Learning, Reinforcement Learning,
    Unsupervised Learning
1230-1330
  • Lunch
1330-1500
  • 7. Emerging Usecases of Artificial Intelligence in Banking
  • - Roboadvisors: ‘WealthTech’, 1st Gen of Roboadvisors (the Hybrid Model), 2nd Gen (Microsavings), Paradox of Mass Customization
  • - Voice Banking: Alexa, Siri, Cortana, Google Assistant and NLG
  • - Chat Banking: Monese, Kasisto, Finn AI, Chatbots by Sociodemography
  • - New Frontiers: The Turing Test of Banking, Singularity in Banking, NLP and Market Signals, Emotional Analytics and ‘Machine Empathy’
  • - Questions of Advanced AI: Generative Adversarial Networks in Biometrics, Genetic Algorithms in Portfolio Management,
    Software 2.0, AI and Cyber-Threats, AI and Quantum Computing
1515-1700
  • 8. Summary
  • - Concepts
  • - Tools
  • - Trends
  • - ‘To-Do’s
  • - Resources
  • Evaluation and Termination of the Seminar

Who should attend


This course was designed for representatives from the Financial Services and Insurance sector. Representatives from the below departments would benefit most;

Retail Banking

Marketing

IT

Digital Transition

TO MASTER LEADING CORPORATE INNOVATION STRATEGIES

About your trainer

David Gyori
David GyoriCEO
David Gyori is CEO of Banking Reports Ltd London, providing top quality ‘FinTech Training for Bankers’ all over the world. David is frequent Keynote Speaker of premier international banking and FinTech events: he recently gave Keynote Address at the World FinTech Forum in Seoul, South Korea as well as in Brussels at the annual conference of the European Banking & Financial Services Training Association. David holds a number of key international positions: He is Founding Member of the World FinTech Association and Member of the Panel of Judges of the European FinTech Awards as well as the UK National Technology Awards. He is co-author of ‘The FINTECH Book’, published by Wiley and Sons in 2016, quickly becoming a global category best-seller.

Registration

Regular Ticket

$700 (AED 2570)
Breakfast/ lunch/ refreshments Certificate of Participation
Register Now
Payment Options: Credit card (through the Register Now link above) / Bank Transfer (email: info@mylearningkey.com)

Location

Holiday Inn Dubai - Al Barsha
Al Barsha 1, Sheikh Zayed Road
Next to Mall of the Emirates and Sharaf DG metro station.
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