The overall programme of the Philippines International Banking Convention will include the following key elements:
- An opening keynote session with senior representative from Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.
- An interactive leadership dialogue with the leading chairmen and CEOs of the Philippine banking community
- Conference sessions in Retail Banking, Technology & Operations, Risk Management and Transaction Banking - each of these sessions will be conducted in a dialogue format where case study presentations will be debated and discussed with senior bankers.
- Special luncheons and Dinners
|Main Conference Agenda|
|Agenda: 6th September 2012|
|09:00 – 10:00||Welcome Note
HE Amando M. Tetangco, Jr., Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
Leadership Dialogue with:
|10:00 – 10:30||Tea/ Coffee Break|
|10:30– 11:30||Capital adequacy in an age of inadequate capital
With the new roadmap, the BSP has again set the local bar higher than the minimum international standard. By adopting the capital adequacy standards by January 1, 2014, the BSP effectively accelerates the implementation of the Basel III Accord meaning that in two years, the BSP's capital adequacy standards will be higher than the international standard. But in an age where the international banking industry is gasping for more capital, what are some of the options available to Philippine banks to ensure that they are both capital efficient as well as attractive to international investors.
Nestor A. Espenilla, Jr., Deputy-Governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
Tsuyoshi Oyama, Partner, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
|11:30 – 12:15||On stage Interview with Tessie Sy-Coson, Chairman, SM Group and Banco De Oro, Philippines and Fortune Mag Top 50 Powerful Women in the World
Tessie Sy-Coson is the scion of the Philippines’ most illustrious family in the retailing industry and the visionary owner of one of Asia’s largest malls. We will start the conference with a candid interview with Tessie Sy-Coson on her insights into the retailing industry and how she applied those instincts to build the most successful retail bank in the Philippines today
|12:15 – 13:30||Luncheon|
|Retail Banking||Corporate & Transaction Banking|
|13:30 – 14:30||The future of remittance mobility as
the next frontier
The remittance business is core to the business of many Filipino banks today, with fierce competition from non-banks. Customers want to move away from filling out complicated forms and provide routing information such as bank codes and branch addresses. Banks need to bring the standards up to meet the customer needs, while still keeping to the needs of the regulator.
Speakers/ Panelist includes:
|Visibility and liquidity in Cash and
A discussion with leading global banks on
leading edge innovations to help corporations and financial institutions benefit from new technologies in consolidating cash and payments, without sacrificing costs.
Speakers/ panelists invited include:
|14.30 – 15.00||Tea/ Coffee Break|
|15:00 – 16:00||Future of Retail Banking - trends and innovations
Shinhan bank has been leading the region in mobile contact points and refining data Mr Seo will share some of the innovations taking place as the war in this marketplace has moved where customers want greater freedom in all their financial interactions and across all available delivery channels.
Speakers/ panelists invited include
|Trade finance and a changing global supply chain: supporting the Philippine corporate in a turbulent world
As regional head Mr Arora will contribute a macro look to the current developments taking place with an extended discussion on the added functionalities that are required to support corporate clients in today's cash strapped environment while Ms Tyo will share the perspective on multilateral arrangement to support the weaker counterparties and an overview of overall trade flows in the region.
Speakers/ panelists invited include:
|16:00 – 16:45||How OCBC wow-ed the Y-Gen with its FRANK branches - With David McQuillen, Group Customer Experience OCBC
OCBC Bank, has led the way in customer experience by re-imagining touch points with FRANK branches, at the helm of this innovation is David McQuillen. In this session we will discuss how a bank can be a fun place to work in and where staff learn to put up all assumptions for review. OCBC Bank in Singapore has done just that and it has set up an innovation center that is showing up not just in the customer experience but in hard numbers as well.
|16:45||End of Conference Cocktail|
*We are in various stages of confirming the proposed speakers/panelists.
To register or for further details about the programme, please contact Mr. Oliver Blokland at firstname.lastname@example.org or at Tel: (86) 10 5869 3491.