ASSOCHAM 2nd National Summit on
IT & Mobile Banking: Digital Transformation of Indian banking
Enabling Financial Inclusion

29 April, 2015, Hotel Shangri-La New Delhi

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Technology today has become synonymous with banking and Indian banks have put in place a fairly strong infrastructure to leverage its benefits. It has made a visible difference in the functioning of banks and conduct of banking operations.
 
The growing volumes of electronic payments reflect customer acknowledgement of convenience and trust. Electronic payments, whether Person to Person (P2P) or Person to Business (P2B), generally take one of the two forms – online payments carried out through internet and proximity payments facilitated by the use of cards (card payments). Internet and mobile banking channels are very widely used and are increasingly becoming popular. These channels are used by customers for both account information services and payment initiation services.
 
ASSOCHAM, with the support of industry leaders, experts and senior bankers is organizing a 2nd National Summit on “IT & Mobile Banking: Digital transformation of Indian banking” on 29th April 2015 in New Delhi with an aim to build a model framework and suggest measures that can be taken to strengthen the technology banking in India.
 
We are pleased to inform you that Shri Rahul Khullar, Chairman, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has very kindly agreed to inaugurate the meet as the Chief Guest and Shri  Rajesh Aggarwal, Joint Secretary, Department of Financial Services Ministry of Finance Govt. of India has confirm for key note address in Inaugural session.
We have also invited Dr.(Smt) Deepali Pant Joshi Executive Director RBI , Dr. A. S. Ramasastri Director, IDRBT and many more experts from Telecom, IT, Banking, Ministry of Finance and Industry leaders to address the summit.
Also PwC is the Knowledge partner for this summit under leadership of Ms shinjini kumar Partner PwC.
Key Area of Discussion
  • How to leverage Technology – A great Disciplinarian?
  • How to meet aspirations of Stakeholders, Customers, and Employees optimally?
  • How can Technology facilitate consolidation/ convergence?
  • Challenges of technological & operational issues in handling millions of accounts
  • – Ability of banks to issue cards (and related processes for meeting existing mandates on security and safety) to millions of customers
  • The need for expansion of POS networks
  • Augmenting human resources at banks to deal with customers’ issues and grievances
  • Upgrading the capacity & capabilities of the BCs
  • Scalability of banks’ hardware and software systems
  • Business process reengineering, which is required after computerization. Failure to successfully carry out BPR neutralizes the benefits that an institution wishes to accomplish via adoption of a technological process
Major Challenges for the Banks
  • Satellite Banking
  • ATM enabled with biometric technology for illiterate population
  • ATM Translation: Accessibility in Multiple Languages
  • Closing down and/or merging of unviable branches particularly in urban and metropolitan branches
  • Strengthen the payment and settlement system
  • Maintaining high quality assets
  • Management of impaired assets
The summit would create a platform for brainstorming discussions around the issues which are important for banking sector technology adoption with all key stakeholders to chalk out a feasible and effective agenda to build model framework and suggest measures that can be taken to strengthening the banking technology model.
 
Speaking slot on Dias (Inaugural session and Technical session, branding of your organization and Corporate Collateral distribution to all participants in the meet.

Registration Fees: 

  • Delegate Fees: Rs 2500/- per delegate