Citibank, regional experts to speak on FinTech opportunities at CCC

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How Sri Lankan businesses can latch on to the opportunities presented by ‘Fintech’ or financial technologies will be discussed by a set of leading experts at the upcoming ‘Future of Business - Innovation Strategy and Learning Event’ organized by the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce.
The session, titled ‘FinTech: Disruption + Inclusion,’ will explore emerging developments in this sector, that are transforming consumer and business financial services including blockchain, mobile payments, and digital banking. The two lead presenters are Jan Metzger of Citibank in Hong Kong and Niki Ariyasinghe of R3 in Australia, followed by presentations from Rakhil Fernando of Kashmi, Reeza Zarook of Rukula and Sujith Subasinghe of Payable.
The speakers will specifically touch on how Fintech is revolutionizing the banking system and customer experiences, as well as new B2B and B2C digital payments systems.
The 24th of March event, to be held at the Hilton Colombo Residences will enable participants to learn how to drive innovation in their organizations, dissect what changes are happening now, what are on the horizon, and how their company can adapt to face the future. The event is suited for C-suite officers and senior executives in technology, strategy, marketing, HR and new business development. If you wish to take part in this event, contact Satheesha on 115588882 

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