Today, our reliance on digital services is extensive. So it’s no surprise to see banks and financial institutions at the heart of the conversation in the development of digital ID processes.
The highly-regulated nature of banking has made banks trusted custodians of their customer’s most sensitive data, given that verifying identities is a core competency for banks.
Whilst the adoption of digital identity brings many benefits such as new product opportunities, and revenue streams as well as better protection against fraud risk, there are many unanswered questions around privacy, financial inclusion and the appropriate role of government.
These are among the many questions being tackled at Identity Week America this October.
We’ve invited senior representatives from some of the leading financial and government institutions to share their knowledge and insights into what the future holds for this space.
Deep dive topics this year include:
Understanding the future role of banks and financial institutions in the identity ecosystem.
Exploring developments on KYC, KYB and AML, themes that have become all the more important in recent times due to various events around the world.
Speakers at this panel will include the Head of FinTech Infrastructure in the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
A deep dive into the role of Identity and access management in the digital world.
We'll be exploring here how identity verification and authentication plays into online payments and e-commerce.
Explore our other keynotes, conference sessions, roundtables and workshops to get a better understanding of what's next for Identity and how it will impact the financial services industry.
Discover hours of valuable content, fun networking events, and see the latest tech on display from both the well-established industry giants, but also the next wave of exciting.