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Financial Technology and Innovation Conference

September 2-4, 2015

Miami, FL | InterContinental Hotel

www.felabanclab.com

The Impact of Technology and Innovation to obtain growth in the Financial

Industry

Day One - Wednesday September 2nd, 2015

7:30 AM – 6:00 PM REGISTRATION

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM BREAKFAST - EXHIBIT AREA

9:00 AM – 9: 30AM CL@B 2015 - WELCOME & OPENING REMARKS VERSAILLES Speakers :

David Schwartz, President andCEO, Florida International Bankers Association – FIBA

Daniel E. García A., Presidente, CLAB y Sub Gerente General, Banco de la República O. del Uruguay

Giorgio Trettenero, Secretario General, Federación Latinoamericana de Bancos – FELABAN

9:30 AM – 9: 45 AM

VERSAILLES Technology Innovations in Miami: Opportunities and Perspective Speakers :

David Schwartz, President andCEO, Florida International Bankers Association – FIBA

Nelson Fonseca, Partner, Medina Capital

9:45 AM – 10:30 AM BREAKOUT SESSIONS # 1

1A

CHOPIN

Information security: trends and impacts in the financial industry.

 Financial Industry main trends focusing on: business, technology and regulatory issues and their impact on Security.

 The financial industry in Latin America is experiencing changes and challenges, some of them have a big impact on technology and information security

 The implementation of new technologies with a focus on service channels development, particularly in mobile banking, are generating new requirements on security that should be considered.

 The general business environment, where mergers, acquisitions and bank fusions are highlighted, the increased regulatory pressure and relevance of risk management also influence the management of cyber risks and Information security.

Moderator :

Andrés Gil, Líder de Servicios de Cyber Risk y Seguridad para Latinoamérica de Habla Hispana, Deloitte Speaker:

Elsa Mena, Líder de Latinoamérica de Enterprise Risk Services para la Industria Financiera, Deloitte

1B

VERSAILLES

Social Networks; a distribution channel?

 Why are the banks being so careful with social networks? The opportunities are there and are huge…how about

the risks?

 The information available in the public networks is pure gold for any marketers. Are banks’ marketing units taking advantage?

 Is there a right approach to social networks in Financial Services? Many banks await for first movers, are they too cautious?

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Moderator :

Guillermo Benites, Chief Executive Officer, Axxis Solutions

Speakers:

Kaenan Hertz, Executive Director in the Financial Services Customer Experience Practice, Ernst & Young LLP

Jacques Hart, CEO, Roar Media

1C

BISCAYNE

Perspective: Millennial Generation and Credit Origination

Generation Y customers expect to receive personalized treatment.

How mobile applications help you to communicate better with your customers. How to grow and keep customers satisfaction in high levels.

Moderator :

Marcos Galigarcia, VP, Operational Risk, Santander Private Banking International Speaker:

Gustavo Rincon, Systems Engineering Director, FICO

10:30 AM –11:00 AM COFFEE BREAK – EXHIBIT AREA 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM BREAKOUT SESSIONS # 2

2A

CHOPIN

Cyber Security: Major Challenges for security management in the digital age.

Deloitte will present their 2015 study on Cyber Security Management for financial institutions in Latin America.  4 out of 10 financial institutions have faced security incidents.

 4 out of 10 financial institutions had security breaches that affected their clients’ privacy.

 Half of companies find significant obstacles in the implementation of cyber risks and information security programs, fundamentally the lack of resources and the complexity of the scenario of threats and attacks that they face.

 80 percent of companies increased their budgets in the last 12 months to manage the risks on their information security.

Speaker:

Andrés Gil, Líder de Servicios de Cyber Risk y Seguridad para Latinoamérica de Habla Hispana, Deloitte

2B

BISCAYNE

What’s Hiding in Your Web App Perimeter?

Moderador :

Marcos Galigarcia, VP, Operational Risk, Santander Private Banking International Speaker:

Jason Kent, Principal Solutions Architect, Veracode

2C

VERSAILLES

Cloud Computing , breaking paradigms for a new business model

Speakers:

Fernando Jurado, Director, GBM Corp. An IBM Alliance Company

11:45 AM – 12:45 PM GENERAL SESSION # 1

VERSAILLES Cloud, regulations and the digital transformation of the financial world

 71% Enterprise mention agility and scalability costs as the more important driver for using cloud services  The questions is not more about moving to the cloud, it is about how can my organization can optimize the

investment

 The principles and attributes for a trusted cloud.

 Measures that are becoming relevant to regulators around the world that would enable organization to obtain the value for the global cloud investments.

Speakers:

Enrique O’Reilly, Director de Americas, TEMENOS

Lalo Steinmann, Director Estrategia de Tecnología y Nube para Americas, Microsoft

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BISCAYNE

2:00 PM - 2:07 PM TECH TALK #2 - TEMENOS

VERSAILLES Enrique O’Reilly, Director de Americas, TEMENOS

2:10 PM – 3:25 PM GENERAL SESSION # 2

VERSAILLES The evolution of financial innovation: next steps to improve the customer experience

 The world's largest lodging solution has no rooms (Airbnb)  The world's largest taxi network has no cars (Uber)

 The world's largest bank has no branches

Moderator :

Claudio Fiorillo – Socio Líder de la Industria Financiera para Latinoamérica, Deloitte Speakers:

Jorge Ruiz, Global Head Digital Acceleration, CITI

Rigoberto Saenz - User Experience Director, Digital Channels, BBVA BANCOMER

Alfredo Villalobos, VP Operations, Telefónica USA

3:25 PM – 4:05 PM COFFEE BREAK – EXHIBIT AREA 4:05 PM – 4:50 PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS #3

3A

BISCAYNE

Financial Inclusion in Ecuador : electronic cash system of the Central Bank, as State Policy

 For the first time, at the global level, a State implements an electronic wallet that works on any wireless equipment of all mobile companies

 The system works even without balance or internet , creating accounts for the unbanked and integrating all banks and business in the country

Moderator :

Giovanni Pichling Z, Gerente de Gestión de Riesgos y Seguridad, Asociación de Bancos del Perú Speakers:

Amilcar Perea, Headquarters CEO, In Switch Solutions

Fausto Valencia, Director Proyectos, Banco Central del Ecuador

3B

VERSAILLES

Omni-Channel: The road to the seamlessly integrated channels

 The digitization and innovation are changing the competitive landscape and therefore banks are including in their agenda items such as mobile banking, biometric security, and conversion of branches among others.

 Banks face challenges in terms of investment , talent management and proper knowledge to succeed in meeting

their objectives

 These issues directly impact the channel strategy and Omni-channel seems to be the right way to achieve success.

Moderator:

Jorge Enrique Estrada , Gerente de Tecnología, VP de Operaciones y Tecnología, Banco de Occidente Speakers:

Carlos Valencia, Director de Productos, Visa Latinoamérica

Gabriel Caputo, Gerente de proyectos de Ingeniería de procesos, Banco Galicia

Juan Cooper, Gerente División Consumo, Banco de Chile

3C

CHOPIN

MARKETING – THE MILLENIALS – New Technologies: Psychological Segmentation of the Customers: The clue behind a successful gamification Strategy

 There are more than 100 Million youth in Latin America. And today are an important market, but in the next 10 years these same young people will be the main engine of the economy

 Is your Institution doing something actively to attract and deliver the kind of value they really want, or directly leaving it for the competition?

 Gamification is the most effective and efficient mechanism to attract and involve young people to financial platforms, and better yet ... to make them evolve as customers! But most banks are failing to apply it.

Moderator :

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Speakers:

Gabriel Camargo, CEO, Ingenious Softworks

Alberto Chertok, Médico psiquiatra y psicoterapeuta especializado en análisis y modificación del comportamiento humano, docente de Psiquiatría de la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad de la República (Uruguay) and Chief Scientist Officer, Ingenious Softworks

3D

ESCORIAL

FOCUS GROUP

30 MAX

ATMs’ SWITCHES: Current and Future Situation. There are options?

 Current situation in terms of software , hardware, services and costs

 There are other different or complementary options?

Moderator:

Daniel Garcia, Subgerente General, Banco República Oriental del Uruguay

4:50 PM – 5:35 PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS #4

4A

CHOPIN

Government Process, a strategic element in Corporate Governance

• Government processes, A different view of the evolution of the business, guidelines, principles , components

and mixing an agile and efficient governance processes.

• Process Governance tools that allow efficiency and cost reduction through monitorable , verifiable and measurable processes

Moderator :

Juan Manuel Mogollon, VP & GM, Bizagi

Speakers:

Alejandro Samper, Expresidente, Previsora de Seguros and Consultor Asociado, Governance Consulting

Adriana Tobar, Directora Nacional de Ingeniería de Procesos, Colpensiones

4B

BISCAYNE

Anti--‐fraud strategies for Online Banking

 The evolution of banking malware and most common types of fraud

 The strategies and how to defeat fraudsters

 Using out of band validations to authorize transactions

Moderator :

Giovanni Pichling Z, Gerente de Gestión de Riesgos y Seguridad, Asociación de Bancos del Perú Speakers:

Rafael Abreu,Business Development Director, Diebold

4C

VERSAILLES

Trends on Mobile Payment Methods in Latin America

The Tecnocom report collects the main trends in the financial sector.

 In Latin America there are more than 700 million payment cards in circulation and 71.6% of payment transactions with non-cash instruments are to be performed in this way.

 However, at least 1 in 4 Latin Americans that have electronic payment cards prefer to pay with cash whenever possible.

 35.2% of the Latin American online buyers pay with credit card at least once a month

Moderator:

Daniel Garcia, Subgerente General, Banco República Oriental del Uruguay Speaker:

Álvaro Martín Enríquez, Socio-Director del departamento internacional, AFI (Analistas Financieros Internacionales)

5:35 PM – 5:42 PM TECH TALK #3 - GRUPO ASI

VERSAILLES Hernando Torres, CEO, Grupo ASI

5:45 PM – 6:30 PM GENERAL SESSION # 3

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 Banks and banking leaders have to adapt to satisfy the market’s demand or slowly fade into irrelevance. Will they survive?

 Non-banks are outperforming banks in meeting the technological requirements of smart consumers today, with

delivery of the quickest and cheapest currency transactions. Can banks recover?

Moderator :

Hernando Torres, CEO, Grupo ASI Speakers:

Louis Hernandez Jr. ,Chairman, President & CEO, AVID

Gerardo Porras Sanabria, Gerente General, Banco de Crédito Agrícola, Costa Rica

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM OPENING RECEPTION | Sponsored by: British Telecom – POOL AREA

Day Two – Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

7:30 AM – 6:00 PM REGISTRATION

7:00 AM – 8:30 AM BREAKFAST – EXHIBIT AREA 8:30 AM - 8:37 AM TECH TALK #4

VERSAILLES Ana Inés Echavarren, VP Financial Services, Infocorp Group

8:40AM – 9:40AM General Session #4

VERSAILLES Social Inclusion and Banking: The Channels and Technology that transform people’s lives.

 11 of 18 Latin American countries have banking rates below 40%, which contrasts with developed countries with levels of 90 %

 Cultural barriers and lack of financial Infrastructure point of sales are the main reasons, this can be overcome with the use of mobile technology and other alternative channels.

 Cell phones have become account numbers, as well as the means to save, withdrawal, receive interest and obtain credit.

 The management of small credits that positively impact the economy of families, as well as savings accounts, using complete solutions that manage integrated end to end intermediation, from opening an account to other related functions are a fundamental part of organizations committed to social inclusion.

Speakers:

Tonatiuh H. Barradas, VP & GM Strategic Industries, Latin America and Caribbean, SAP

Leopoldo Murillo, CIO, Banco Compartamos

9:40 AM - 9:47 AM TECH TALK #5 – TECHNISYS

VERSAILLES German Pugliese Bassi, Co-Founder, CMO & Alliances, Technisys

9:50 AM - 10:50 AM GENERAL SESSION #5 | KEYNOTE SPEAKER – Sponsored by TECHNISYS

VERSAILLES

THE FUTURE OF BANKING TODAY – BREAKING BANKS

 Disruptive insights into innovation, payments and fundamental shifts in consumer behavior

 Over the next decade further digital advances threaten to change the very nature of the financial services industry

 3 Core Tech-Driven disruptions impacting the world over the next two decades: Infrastructure, Artificial Intelligence and Experience Design.

 FinTech innovators are entering the financial services space at a rapid pace, stealing market share from traditional players

Moderator :

German Pugliese Bassi, Co-Founder, CMO & Alliances, Technisys Keynote Speaker:

Brett King, founder and CEO of breakout retail bank Moven, the bestselling author of BANK 3.0 and American Banker’s Innovator of the Year

10:50 AM - 11:25 AM COFFEE BREAK – EXHIBIT AREA 11:25 AM – 12:10 PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS # 5

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5A

VERSAILLES

New Business Models begin the Digital Transformation

 Financial institutions are transforming the customer experience through technological solutions called the third platform (Cloud, Social media, big data and mobility), for example, 6 out of 10 Latin Americans will be connected to the network by 2018 ; and it is expected that users change their patterns in the use of financial services in the next 18 months thanks to the incorporation of these technologies

 By 2018 the value of e-commerce in Latin America will be US $ 106 billion, representing 51% penetration on the basis of total Internet users in the region, thus, users expect a transformation in the means greater security payments and user level in which technology platform.

 Generational differences are impacting the use of payment methods in Latin America, for example 32% of Millennials use a payment platform that “does not belong" to the financial sector, but companies of third platform such as e-tailers or electronic payment platforms.

Moderator:

Daniel Garcia, Subgerente General, Banco República Oriental del Uruguay Speaker:

Alejandro Florean, Director de Investigación y Consultoría para Soluciones Empresariales, IDC Latin America

5B

CHOPIN

The customer experience in the era of digital banking and Omni channel

Banks in Latin America face digital disruption, new digital nontraditional competitors and increasingly more and more users will use digital channels, and banks have to innovate faster and meet the demands of the Generation Y (Millennials).

The main demand today on digital channels is SAFETY and excellent user experience.

Define a business strategy to transition to digital banking and mobile payments it is a priority. Learn real and practical cases of banks in the region.

Speakers:

Marcelo Fondacaro – Director Regional, Veritran

Ricardo Granados Treviño, Director Canales Electrónicos, BanBajio

Gustavo Fosse, Gerente General de Tecnología de la Información, Banco do Brasil

5C

BISCAYNE

The Payments Evolution/Payments Transformation: What payments will look like in 2020.

How banks must adapt by addressing the front-end channels with a focus on the life-event evolution of their clients (digital finance strategies). All of this is centered on a client-centric approach.

A payment hub is needed to consolidate and simplify client’s payment activity and cash management, while still maintaining customer centricity.

Moderador :

Giovanni Pichling Z, Gerente de Gestión de Riesgos y Seguridad, Asociación de Bancos del Perú Speakers:

Troy Fields, Director of Payments Solutions, FIS Latin America and Caribbean

Eduardo Paulsen, Managing Director, Head of Transaction Banking, BCI

5D

ESCORIAL

FOCUS GROUP

30 MAX

BIG DATA

 Does it make sense to invest in Big Data besides those related to information management, business intelligence, data mining, and traditional analysis?

 Is Big Data the same for everyone? No. It means different things to different levels of value to different organizations.

 For some companies, big data can be an important component or even the center of its strategy. For others it could be a costly distraction.

 Does big data really help your Business?

Moderator:

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12:10 PM – 1:00 PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS # 6

6A

CHOPIN

The use of technology for their potential business strategy

• The use of technology is recommended for safety, environmental and practical reasons. • The use of technological tools can be used as a way to improve the strategy.

Moderator :

Jesus Merino, Director de Operaciones, Grupo Axento

Speaker:

Jeanne Marion-Landais, Gerente División Interna, Banco Popular Dominicano

Cheryl Gurz, Managing Director, Emerging Technology Segment Manager, Bank of New York Mellon

6B

VERSAILLES

Omnichannel approaches at your revenue’s service – segmented, personalised and effective marketing campaigns

Omnichannel approaches partner perfectly with the bank’s marketing efforts because of the information they gather and the contact they enable with the client

Personalising and segmenting marketing campaigns on electronic channels increases the probability of getting the client’s attention, therefore boosting conversion levels

Marketing campaigns will never be the same again. Cheers to that.

Moderator :

Jorge Enrique Estrada , Gerente de Tecnología, VP de Operaciones y Tecnología, Banco de Occidente

Speaker:

Ana Inés Echavarren, VP Financial Services, Infocorp Group

6C

ESCORIAL

FOCUS GROUP

30 MAX

How your organization can succeed by leveraging the Cloud for Disaster Recovery ( DRaaS ) , while protecting the security of data and valuable information about their customers

Moderators :

Marcelo Oliveira, Director Data Center, Cloud & Continuity Solutions, C&W Business

Gabriel Marcos, Director, Networking, Security and Mobile Workforce Solutions, C&W Business

1:00 PM - 2:15 PM LUNCH

BISCAYNE

2:15 PM – 3:00 PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS #7

7A

VERSAILLES

Payment Technology Methods: Strategies and Regulations of Payment Systems, Microcircuit chip in the Financial Industry

 EMV “THE CHIP” IS NOT ENOUGH TO PREVENT CREDIT CARD FRAUD

 On October 1, 2015, an EMV (Chip) counterfeit liability shift will be instituted. Financial liability will impact the party that is not EMV ready.

Moderator:

Robert Villanueva, Director Electronic Crimes Task Force, U.S. Secret Service Speakers:

Mark Akins, Managing partner and primary Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), 1st Secure IT, LLC  Ruston Miles, SVP &Chief Innovation Officer, Bluefin Payment Systems

Alfredo Perez, Co-Founder, E Chip Miami

7B

CHOPIN

Technology for boards: improving corporate governance processes while protecting company’s most

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 43% of US companies had a data breach in 2014

 Most breaches are a human error consequence

 27% of companies do not have a data breach response

 How confident are you that your board is adequately overseeing cyber risks?

Moderator :

Marcos Galigarcia, VP, Operational Risk, Santander Private Banking International Speakers:

Andre Bodowski, Sales Director, Diligent

Pedro R. Terreros, Corporate Secretary

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Nacional Monte DE Piedad- México

7C

ESCORIAL

FOCUS GROUP

30 MAX

What do Retail Banking Customers Want?

Lessons Learned Building the Next Digital Banking Experience

 Consumers expect their banks to provide access to all of their products and services 24/7. What kind of technological

capabilities are required to make this happen and how can banks take advantage of this consumer “anytime/anywhere” behavior to increase engagement?

 While bank customers mostly seek to access their bank account information, they have an increasing interest to leverage their

banking relationship for consumer, auto or home loans. How do banks structure their platforms to ensure that every division within the bank that the customer wants to engage is connected and speaking with each other?

 In the age of Amazon and Uber, bank customers EXPECT their bank to provide them with a similar user experience.

Unfortunately, very few banks do – what are the benefits to having an end-to-end digital platform and how does this enhance/deepen customer engagement? Is this a differentiator?

Moderator:

Miguel Santos, Co-Founder & CEO, Technisys

3:00 PM - 3:45 PM COFFEE BREAK – EXHIBIT AREA 3:45 PM - 4:55 PM GENERAL SESSION #6

VERSAILLES BITCOIN-Virtual Coins – “Reality – Fiction –Fraud”: Risk and Challenges.

 The true value of virtual currencies is not the transient value or the capitalization of the market, but the unlimited possibilities this innovative technology presents.

 It is important to find the equilibrium between the transformative thinking that will lead to financial innovation and the required supervision to maintain regulations balanced.

Moderator :

Andres Campo, Founder and President, Axxis Solutions Speakers:

Richard A. Forsyth, CEO, Alitin

Andrea Castillo, Technology Policy Program Manager, Mercatus Center at George Mason University

Juan Llanos, Global Regulatory Compliance Expert and Advisor

4:55 PM - 6:05 PM GENERAL SESSION #7

VERSAILLES Innovation and transformation: An entire bank in one App? Leading the revolution of channels. It is all in the experience.

 Mobile first & Mobile Only  What is the strategy to follow?  Is mobile only possible in a bank?

 New channels.

 Is it necessary to adapt to each new device (Wearables, smartwatches, new smart screens)?  Is it possible to plan your client’s experience regardless of the channel they use?

 New strategies to cover the client’s needs: APPs and APIS, stronger together.

 Is the future in the APPS as we know them today? New tendencies

 Do users want to go to their bank app to do their financial transactions? Are you sure? You need Financial APIs

Moderator :

Claudio Fiorillo, Socio Líder de la Industria Financiera para Latinoamérica, Deloitte Speakers:

Carlos Kukchovsky, Head, Open Banking Platform, BBVA España

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Cheryl Gurz, Managing Director, Emerging Technology Segment Manager, Bank of New York Mellon

Day Three – Friday, September 4th, 2015

8:00 AM – 3:00 PM REGISTRATION

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM BREAKFAST – EXHIBIT AREA 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM GENERAL SESSION #8

VERSAILLES Breaking paradigms: Alternative Methods of Financing

Implications of emerging innovations. Opportunities through new models that have been successful globally. Moderator :

Dario Fuentes, Market & Business Development -Latin America -, Paypal

Speakers:

Adriana Grineberg, Head of Pan Regional in Global Sales – LATAM, Facebook

Kathryn Petralia, Co-Founder & COO, Kabbage

Alejandro Cosentino, CEO, Afluenta

Julius O. Akinyemi, Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

10:15 AM - 11:20 AM GENERAL SESSION #9 | KEYNOTE SPEAKER

VERSAILLES

Financial Inclusion in Banking with Technology Innovation - The case for mobile Commodity Exchange

 Revolutionizing Commodity Trading for financial inclusion

 Bringing the Global Sundry to Commodity Trading with technology innovation to drive growth

Keynote Speaker:

Julius O. Akinyemi, Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

11:20 AM – 12:00 PM COFFEE BREAK – EXHIBIT AREA 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS # 8

8A

VERSAILLES

Business Models on the Digital Age: Reality or Fantasy

 The estimated value of business in the digital world for the next five years is around 19 TRILLION Dollars  There is room for many with business intelligence, otherwise we will be expectators

 The future is not near, the future is TODAY! Its main business processes for the customer have at least one digital channel, No? Are you sure it is on the right track?

Moderator :

Marcos Galigarcia, VP, Operational Risk, Santander Private Banking International Speakers:

Rigoberto Saenz, User Experience Director, Digital Channels – BBVA BANCOMER

Daniel Cohen, Senior Vice President, Emerging Payments, MasterCard, Latin America and Caribbean

Yran Dias, Partner, McKinsey Brasil

8B

CHOPIN CHOPIN

Marketplace lending: an opportunity to catch up innovation for Banks

Moderator :

Dario Fuentes, Market & Business Development -Latin America, Paypal Speakers:

Alejandro Cosentino, CEO, Afluenta

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8C

ESCORIAL

FOCUS GROUP

30 MAX

Operating Efficiency

 How to improve customer experience eliminating : - downtimes , - tasks that do not add value and -by automating tasks

 Efficiency can be achieved without automation of processes?

 Operational efficiency is achieved only in offices that assist the public?

Moderator:

Jorge Enrique Estrada , Gerente de Tecnología, VP de Operaciones y Tecnología, Banco de Occidente

1:00 PM - 2:15 PM LUNCH

BISCAYNE

2:15 PM – 3:15 PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS #9

9A

CHOPIN

ANALYTICS: Trends, Myths and realities surrounding its use on the Financial Industry

 The most advance and innovative organizations in application of analytics are still working to be cutting edge, looking for new advantages over their slower competitors.

 In some cases, this advantages can provide relevant discoveries that change business models completely. They can also come from more modest discoveries that can add value gradually.

Speakers:

Fernando Oliva, Partner, Analytics Leader for Financial Services in LATAM

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Deloitte

Oded Soffair, VPA Business Analysis, Multibank Panama

9B

VERSAILLES

Regulation, Technology and Innovation: BITCOIN and the Banking Industry

 Do regulations help or hinder innovation in banking?

 How can banks deal with BIT COIN within the existing regulatory framework?

 What are legal and regulatory challenges for banks of new payment systems such as BIT COIN, including documentation, due diligence, and anti-money laundering compliance

Moderator :

Marshall Martin, Executive Vice President, Enterprise Risk Executive & Co-General Counsel, City National Bank of Florida

Speakers:

Al Avila, Founding Partner andAttorney in Law, ARHMF

Michael Johnson, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Charles Evans, Associate Professor, Barry University

3:15 PM - 4:15 PM GENERAL SESSION #10

VERSAILLES Financial Innovation Awards – FELABAN – FIBA - CLAB: Case Study Presentation of the winner

4:15 PM - 5:20 PM GENERAL SESSION #11

VERSAILLES DOES CURRENT BANKING HAVE A FUTURE?

 Everything is changing. The Evolution of the Fintech ecosystem and current situation per region.

 Are we prepared to face new competitors?

 Do we know what financial services, which are not from banks, are our customers using? Who are our

competitors?

 Your competitors are also your allies. The APIs have to have the utmost importance in the Business and Technology Strategy to be able to create new types of relationships.

 The future, Internet of Everything. “Things” also have financial needs.

Moderator :

Dario Fuentes, Market & Business Development - Latin America, Paypal

Speakers:

Carlos Kukchovsky, Head, Open Banking Platform, BBVA España

Julius O. Akinyemi, Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Gustavo Fosse, Gerente General de Tecnología de la Información , Banco do Brasil

Yran Dias, Partner, McKinsey Brasil

5:20 PM – 5:30 PM CLOSING REMARKS VERSAILLES Speakers:

David Schwartz, President andCEO, Florida International Bankers Association – FIBA

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