India's banking sector is sufficiently capitalized and well-regulated. Banking is on the threshold of change, propelled by industry trends, technology, competition, and more empowered customers. The role of technology in banking is likely to grow and overall, it affects banking in three central aspects with groundbreaking changes, possibilities to contact the customer, endorse new payment methods and recognize the possibilities of big data.
The strong growth and access to banking system have improved over the years due to persistent government efforts to promote banking-technology and promote expansion in unbanked and non-metropolitan regions. During FY16-17, deposits grew at a CAGR of 12.03 percent and reached 1.54 trillion in during the last financial year. With DIGITAL INDIA, Indian Government's most appreciated movement, we are witnessing digital disruption in every business and the banking industry is not left behind. Through 2017, we have seen technological advancements, new regulatory policies, and ever demanding customers reshape the banking industry's landscape in India.
UBM India's FUTURE BANKING SUMMIT 2018 will bring 100+ together thought leaders from banks, fintechs and leading tech-innovators in India to deliberate upon the unique opportunities in the fast-evolving banking space in India.
During the two days, FUTURE BANKING SUMMIT will deep dive into understanding the technological advancements for increasing efficiency, cost reduction and customer satisfaction.
CIO / CTO / Head IT Heads for Retail Banking and Innovation CEO / MD's President Director / Head / VP for IT Business Systems Director / Head / VP for Information Security Heads for IT Operations, Business Intelligence and Analytics
Reserve Bank of India Nationalized Banks Private Banks Co-operative Banks Foreign Banks Non Banking Financial Companies Micro-Finance Companies Co-operative Societies Financial Institutions Financial Audit and Consulting Firms Industrial Banks / Development Banks NBFCs
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