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According to The Financial Brand, Data Analytics and APIs are two of the most significant technologies in finance for 2019. Most financial institutions are now actively using these technologies, both to improve existing services but also create new products and services better suited to consumers who are digital native.

About the online lesson:

CFTE’s Co-Founder Tram Anh Nguyen will lead an interview with the masterful financial mind Jim Marous in a live online lesson broadcasted from our London offices.

One of the most influential people in banking and a ‘Top 5 Fintech Influencer to Follow’, Jim will analyse these trends and together with Tram Anh, will discuss how they impact financial services. He is an internationally recognized financial industry strategist, co-publisher of The Financial Brand and the owner and publisher of the Digital Banking Report. Marous advises on innovation, portfolio growth, customer experience, marketing strategies, channel shift, payments and digital transformation within the financial services industry.

The online session will cover:

Part 1: Data Analytics
– Short definition of Data Analytics and how it is helping financial institutions to create personalisation at scale
– Trend in 2019
– Most interesting use cases in US banks

Part 2: APIs and Open Banking
– Short definition of API and Open Banking and how banks can leverage this opportunity to compete with Big Techs and Fintech startups
– Trend in 2019
– Most interesting use cases in US banks


This online lesson is FREE for all.

When: Tuesday 12th of February at 4:30pm UK time
Where: Broadcasted live from our London office


Meet our contributing expert:

As a sought after keynote speaker, author and recognized authority on disruption in the financial services industry, Marous is a contributor to Forbes and has been featured by CNBC and CNN, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Financial Times, The Economist, The American Banker, Accenture and the Irish Tech News and has spoken to audiences worldwide. Jim has also advised the White House on banking policy and is a regular contributor to several publications and podcasts.

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