"BankIT" is the largest business event in Belarus, which attracts more than 1,400 participants annually: top-managers and IT experts from financial and IT industry, government bodies, and consulting.
During the three-day Forum, experts discuss the topical issues of digital transformation of financial sector, global trends in IT, business process improvement, operational excellence of banking activities, data usage and information security.
Among the event organizers are the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus, the Scientific and Technological Association “Infopark” and the Association of Belarusian Banks, that allows to involve all key stakeholders in further discussion of ideas and proposals announced by “BankIT” community.
One of the defining elements of a digital bank is a digital core, which enables to create any digital product and make any payment on a platform online.
Best cases of digital banking, Non-contact technologies and mobile payments. SSIS and Interbank Identification System development. Neo-banks. VR, AR as new sales channels and methods of customer acquisition. Robo-Advisors.
Technological accessibility and practical applicability of new data sets. Effectiveness increase in the use of bank data and its monetization. Collection, analysis, supplementation of customer data from open sources.
Modern IT department, IT outsourcing, Agile, ITSM, ITIL, role of IT specialist in business. Project and process-based management.
What regulatory barriers to widespread use of clouds by banks exist? Regulator’s stand on an issue of transition to cloud infrastructure, services. Demands of banks for operators of cloud services.
Improvement of bank's operations (middle and back-office). Client operation supports. Credit factory. Management of overdue (problem) debts. Monitoring and analysis of the current financial condition of the borrower. Cash management.
Pinsk Accounting College Belarusian V. Kuibyshev State Institute of National Economy Belarusian State Economic University (Ph.D., Economics) 1985–1986 - Economist, Credit Division, Stolbtsy Branch of the State Bank of the USSR 1986–1987 - Deputy Governor, Berezino Branch of the State Bank of the USSR 1987 - Governor, Volozhin Branch of the State Bank of the USSR 1988–1991 - Governor, Volozhin Branch of the Agricultural Bank of the USSR 1991–1993 - Governor, Volozhin Branch of JSC "Belagroprombank" 1993–1999 - Deputy Chairman of the Board, National Bank of the Republic of Belarus 1999–2010 - First Deputy Chairman of the Board, National Bank of the Republic of Belarus 2010–2014 - Chairman of the Board, Bank BelVEB OJSC from December 2014 г. - Chairman of the Board, National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
Thomas is a Financial Services expert, an ex-Banker and a serial FinTech entrepreneur. Thomas was Co-Founder of Fidor Bank International and Fidor Pays. Fidor has been sold to BPCE, the 2nd biggest French banking group. He also built an e-wallet company and successfully sold it 2015. Recently, he was a founding partner of a company dealing with loyalty programs and the Blockchain technology. Prior to his entrepreneurship, he spent 15 years in banking. He was heading up the Transaction Banking Division in Raiffeisenbank International including. Before joining Raiffeisen he was a member of the management board of the Western Union International Bank being responsible for Retail. He started his banking career at GE Capital. Together with Chris Skinner, Thomas is founder of the Financial Service Club CEE.
As business development director in Russia, CIS & CEE and also as head of global telecom partnerships Antanas Raikov is responsible for expanding client database and increasing user engagement on various markets. He is also building strategic partnerships with leading telecom companies all over the world. Antatas is interested in how technologies enable user connectivity, bring people together and provide opportunities for self-expression.