Refinitiv webinar: Reimagining banking post-COVID-19

A new webinar from Refinitiv, a London Stock Exchange Group business, promises to educate banking on post-COVID challenges, strategies, and opportunities

Currently available as an ‘on demand’ webinar (register to watch here), 'Reimagining Digital Banking: The Implications Post-Pandemic' acts as Refinitiv's guide for the banking industry during a time of unprecedented change.

The company is one of the world’s largest providers of data and infrastructure to the financial services market; at the time of writing, Refinitiv has over 40,000 customers and 400,000 end users spread across 190 countries and generates US$6.25bn in annual revenue.

Its acquisition in early 2021 by London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) has only served to bolster its organisational strength and boost its services to the trading, banking, investment, wealth, third-party risk, and enterprise data sectors.

Refinitiv’s successful approach combines its open platform with cutting-edge data and leading expertise, granting customers both choice and opportunity. Its vision is driven by a desire to foster:

  • Financial inclusivity
  • Connectivity
  • Efficiency

Digital banking post-COVID

It is in the spirit of this vision that Refinitiv’s one-hour webinar seeks to build equity, create new opportunities, reduce complexity, and drive scale.

Join Steve Peacock, Chief Risk Officer at Think Money; Shana Krishnan, Policy Analyst at FATF; James Mirfin, Global Head of Digital Identity and Financial Crime Propositions at Refinitiv; and Aravind Narayan, Performance Director at Refinitiv, who will tell you how all this can be achieved.

“The world is exploding with digital connectivity,” says the company. “People, organisations, and internet-enabled devices of all kinds are interconnected. Global financial and payments systems face dynamic, persistent and rapidly escalating threats as technological developments in cybercrime make it easier than ever to commit fraud.”

As such, the company will explore the following topics:

  • Changing consumer behaviour and the fastest-growing types of financial crime
  • How COVID-19 is changing the threat of organised crime
  • Banks’ opportunity to realise value and review systems and controls while accelerating digital transformation (i.e. moving away from manual KYC to digital) post-pandemic
  • Strategies that banks can adopt for AML and mitigating fraud risk

Are you prepared for banking post-COVID? What’s your plan for reimagining digital services? Register and watch Refinitiv’s webinar now.

Image source: Refinitiv

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