September 16 - 19, 2013 | Dubai
As we summed up Sibos 2012, it was clear that regulation, global shifts in economic power and fast-evolving technology were driving change rapidly in the financial industry. These issues are still very relevant nearly six months later, as we start preparing for Sibos 2013.
Negotiating the uncertainty these issues bring is a challenge in itself, added to which organisations are trying to cope with a tough economic environment by reducing costs, increasing revenues and keeping pace with changing customer and consumer expectations. Effective financial systems, however, are recognised as critical to the recovery of mature economies and sustained growth in emerging markets. What can be done to restore confidence? Going it alone is no longer an option: the cooperative space is continually widening, and collective engagement on many issues is a necessary approach. As banks and financial organisations address continued and profound changes in the global economy and traditional domestic markets, what is the future of the global financial industry? Sibos 2013 will look in more detail at how the industry is moving forward and what opportunities there are amidst the uncertainty.
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