Two day Seminar on BFSI on 30-March-2016

Two day Seminar on BFSI on 30-March-2016


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About The Event

Computer Society of India, Bangalore Chapter (CSI-BC)


Conference  On

Digital Transformation in Banking and Financial institutions”


Date: 30th March, 2016                                                 Venue: Hotel Atria, Bangalore




The recent crisis in BFSI (banking and financial sector) has created a global tsunami like economic setback and is impacting each one of us. It has led to a recession and has slowed down of most of the economies of the world. Investigations are being conducted and significant research is being done to unravel the causes which have led to this crisis.  They are having an effect on the Indian BFSI & IT industry. CSI is planning a seminar on the best practices to be adopted in such a scenario by bringing BFSI & IT industry together.



Banking industry is the latest one to face challenges when trying to digitize IT infrastructure.  While the Return on Investment or value add cannot be predicted by CXOs,  Digitalization is being forced as the legacy systems are not up to the mark to meet the customer needs and expectation in the new era.

Holger Spielberg, Credit Suisse's new "Head of Innovation" of Digital Private Bank, Mr. Holger Spielberg mentions that "Banks today are at a crossroads. On the one hand, they are still processing their recent history. On the other hand, we can already see the first effects of a digitalization of society, an issue that banks are still struggling with".  In the midst of Data protection, Governance and compliance issues, Bank's cannot simply discard their IT systems and infrastructure in favor of customer friendly, new and user-friendly mobile/digital solutions. They are also under tremendous pressure to change their business models to comply with statutory and regulatory requirements.

In addition, there is a big challenge of maintaining customer relationship /loyalty and also to run the business with low costs to be more profitable. Some of the other challenges faced by Banks in digital era are: Single customer view, analytics and combing interactions, information and unstructured data, usage of  digital marketing and other strategies, etc

Hence Banks and Financial institutions needs to strategize and invest intelligently in Digital solutions to stay in the competitive world and provide more customer focused, user friendly solutions.

The major part of digital efforts in retail banking revolves around the front-end, predominantly optimizing the customer experience across several touch points/tools.  However, to achieve this improvement in the business models, business processes and having an integrated back-office seamlessly connected with front office is essential. Then only the Banks will be able to meet the growing needs of customers and beat the competition posed by other social media channels.

Who Should Attend

 The participants are senior executives and IT Managers from BFSI Industry, IT Service Providers, Management / IT Consultants, IT Auditors,  Government & quasi Government agencies


About CSI

Computer Society of India is Non Profit Organization and is the oldest Professional Body in the country and was founded in 1965. CSI promotes and provides financial support for research work in contemporary areas in IT and Computer Science.


Organization of Conference

This Conference is jointly organized by CSI in association with the Industry representing Banking, Finance, Services and Insurance.


Digital Transformation in Banking and Financial institutions



 27-February, 2016 (Saturday)



Hotel Atria or any other in central city



Conference Coverage




9.00 to 9.30 am



9.30 to 10.15 am

Key Note address: Retail Banking- Digital transformation -
 Challenges and Evolution


10.15 to 11.00  am

Paradigm Shift in Retail Banking Experience -customer perspective




11.00 to 11.30 am

Coffee Break




11.30 to 12.15 pm

Digital and Direct Banking Channels




12.15 to 1.00 pm

Digitizing the Back office






1.00 to 1.45 pm

Lunch Break




1.45 pm to 2.15 pm

Leading the digital transformation in Retail Banking




2.15 pm to 3.00 pm

Driving Digitalization in Banks






3.00 to 3.30 pm

Coffee Break




3.30 to 4.15 pm

Governance and Regulation challenges




4.15 to 5.00 pm

Digitalization- Banking industry is at cross Roads




5.00 to 5.30 pm

Wrap up



















Registration:  Fee for the Conference


Industry  - Rs.-------------

CSI members/Academic  -   Rs.--------

Students - Rs.___________

For further details contact:

Mr. Sridhar, Manager

Computer Society of India, Bangalore Chapter

Suite 201, MBC, #134, Infantry Road, Bangalore-560001 Tel: 080-2286 0461   Cell: 94489 05268 Telefax: 080-2286 2215

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Digital Transformation in Banking and Financial institutions”



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For further details Contact:

Mr. Sridhar, Manager

Computer Society of India, Bangalore Chapter

Suit 201, MBC, #134, Infantry Road, Bangalore-560001

Tel: 080-2286 0461 Cell: 94489 05268 Telefax: 080-2286 2215

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