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国际交易银行论坛   |   2015年4月15-16日

地区参与者的崛起

随着新兴市场监管环境松动,涌现了许多重要的机遇,但同时出现的新风险是否得到了足够的重视?与此同时,全球银行与地区金融机构开始通过各自的方式培育中间市场,调整交易银行基础设施,以适应新的市场。随着利率的升高,现金头寸的重要性也更加凸显,因此银行需要重新定位现金战略,思考其为客户提供的解决方案。

监管环境的不断变化,尤其是反洗钱(AML)和“了解你的客户”(KYC)等规定,正在改变着跨境银行业务,但透明度、安全性、精确性以及多币种管理依然是银行客户的首要需求。这些监管变化会在哪些领域产生什么样的影响呢?

不断发展的科技与电子平台使银行能够应对并满足客户的需求,但同时也带来了独特的挑战。主要问题有哪些?

亚洲银行家峰会的国际交易银行论坛已经成为亚洲地区金融机构规模最大的年度盛会。它为金融机构、代理行与交易银行业务的最高级别操作者提供了交流的平台,使其能够与监管机构、潜在客户以及同行保持持续互动,把握新机遇,了解新趋势,发现如何将机构提升至新的层次。

主要工作研讨会与对话将讨论以下问题:

  • 为竞争日益激烈的中间市场构建面向未来的模型
  • 优化金融供应链中的运营资金使用
  • 监管变化:监管规定是否在“不恰当”的时间出台?
  • 发挥香港重要人民币离岸中心的作用
  • 多资产基础设施为客户带来的价值增值
  • 青岛港金融贸易骗贷事件与启示 
  • 市场开放中的机遇与风险
  • 利率上升对大家影响相同:是真的吗?
  • 谁来为无账户人群提供金融服务?

2015国际交易银行论坛议程

4月15日(周三)

4月16日(周四)

2015亚洲银行家峰会开幕主旨演讲

欢迎辞

主旨演讲
  • 陈德霖,香港金融管理局总裁
  • 汉斯艾歇尔,G20联合创始人、德国前财政部长
  • 加里斯特恩,美联储金融服务政策委员会前主席
领导人对话

为竞争日益激烈的中间市场构建面向未来的业务模型

  • 中小企业在区域内贸易中的崛起
  • 在中间市场上实现规模效应
  • 通过电子平台提升客户体验

休息

国际交易银行论坛开幕主旨演讲

日益复杂化的交易银行竞技场

  • 世界经济展望及其对亚洲贸易流的影响
  • 欧元的贬值对世界其他货币的影响
  • 利率的增长可承所有的舟,是真的吗?

让支付领域的创新真正为业务服务

  • 提升反洗钱(AML)和“了解你的客户”(KYC)操作
  • 新的协作和合作机制
  • 促进近实时支付系统
  • 数字货币的崛起和它在货币转移中的应用

新兴开放中市场的风险和机遇

  • 开放中市场的机会有哪些?
  • 在这些新兴市场构建一个可持续的业务模型
  • 我们是否与中国的企业合作过度?

午餐

区域性银行的崛起及其中的成本

  • 区域性银行建立一个有世界公信力的交易银行业务架构所需的成本
  • 全球性银行应如何在变化中的市场中巩固自身的位置
  • 亚洲市场上现金和贸易业务好的模式有哪些

多种资产架构对于金融机构客户的额外价值

  • 多种资产架构对于资产服务的额外价值在哪里?
  • 多种资产架构对于服务提供者和服务接受者分别有哪些成本?
  • 交易银行产品——一中交叉销售工具?

青岛港金融贸易骗贷事件分析与启示

  • 青岛港金融贸易骗贷事件梳理
  • 骗贷事件的原因分析与对银行业的启示
  • 大宗商品贸易融资的去杠杆化进程 

休息

交易银行业务所面临的操作风险

  • 梳理交易链中所涉及的内外部门和流程中的每一个环节
  • 强化“尽职调查”(Due Diligence process)和“了解你的客户”(KYC)标准的实施,同时避免低效率操作
  • 证券市场上的交易对手操作风险管理

峰会闭幕主旨演讲

发挥香港最大人民币离岸中心的作用

  • 人民币计价贸易融资市场趋势
  • 香港在人民币市场化和中国金融体制改革中的长期作用
  • 香港——大中华区业务的第一步

* 对话现场将提供同声传译设备

本论坛适合:

  • 希望了解全球与地区交易银行最新趋势的CEO与高管人员
  • 希望了解如何扩展业务,提供交易银行服务的交易银行(现金、支付与交易等)与企业银行负责人与高管人员
  • 希望了解全球与地区业务伙伴最新动态的代理行和金融机构负责人与高管人员
  • 为金融机构提供现金、支付和交易解决方案的顾问与合作机构

Keynote Speaker

Yue Yi, Vice Chairman and Chief Executive, Bank of China (Hong Kong)
Yue Yi is Vice Chairman and Chief Executive of BOC Hong Kong(Holdings) Limited and Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited (“BOCHK”).A veteran banker with 35 years of experience, hehas held a variety ofsenior management positions at the domestic and foreign institutions of BOC Group, in areas such aspersonal and corporate banking, financial markets, investment banking and risk management, and is committed to driving innovation. When he was with BOC Beijing Branch, he was deeply involved in the launch of the BOC Great Wall International Credit Card. At BOC Seoul Branch, he participated in the development of the first global unified credit approval business when working. During his tenure at the head office of BOC, he led the establishment ofthe first private bank in China and promoted the development of the cross-border RMB business and the overseas business of BOC. He was named the Retail Banker of the Year in China by Asian Banker in 2008


Speakers

Yumesaku Ishigaki, Global Head of Transaction Banking, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd
Yumesaku Ishigaki was assigned as general manager of transaction banking division in 2013, in charge of the transaction (cash, trade, payments and custody business) business with corporate clients including global mandate. Before that, he was in Tokyo-Mitsubishi International (UK) as managing director, covering sales and trading of fixed income products and structured business, establishing their hedge fund credit policy and financing to hedge funds as well as managed trading and sales activities. Ishigaki has been a board member of SWIFT since July 2011.


Lisa Robins, Regional Head of Global Transaction Banking, AP Deutsche Bank
Lisa Robins is managing director at Deutsche Bank and the head of global transaction banking, Asia Pacific. She is responsible for the bank’s commercial banking activities including cash management, trade finance, securities and trust services in the region. Robins’ international banking career spans over 25 years, working across Europe, United States and Asia. Before joining Deutsche Bank, she was managing director, vice chairman for treasury and security services for JPMorgan China. Prior to that, she ran a subsidiary of the Louis Dreyfus Corporation in Beijing that focused on consulting and trading.


Songpol Chevapanyaroj, SEVP-Managing Director, Global Transaction Banking Group, Krung Thai Bank
Songpol Chevapanyaroj has spent around 20 years in corporate banking and currently he is advisor to the president in Krung Thai Bank. Previously, he served in Kasikorn Bank as executive vice president and has held other positions including head of global business division and head of corporate and SME products division. He integrated the bank’s corporate product suite, leading to an increased overall market share of over 20% and achieved a revenue increase of more than 40% per year and tripled volume within four years. In 2008, he was named one of Top 50 Promising Young Bankers by The Asian Banker.


Hendra Lembong, Chief Transaction Banking Officer, PT. Bank CIMB Niaga, Tbk
Hendra Lembong has been chief transaction banking officer in PT. Bank CIMB Niaga, Tbk since August 2013. Before joining CIMB Niaga, Lembong was managing director and regional head of cash management, Asia Pacific at JPMorgan Chase Treasury Services, covering core cash and liquidity management. Having more than 20 years of global banking experience, Lembong also held a variety of assignments in other global banks like Deutsche Bank and Citi.


Evan Goldstein, Managing Director, Global Head of Renminbi Solutions, Deutsche Bank
Based in Hong Kong, Evan Goldstein is global head of Renminbi solutions at Deutsche Bank AG. Evan is responsible for overseeing all the RMB-related corporate and commercial banking activities of Deutsche Bank AG and for ensuring their alignment with the Bank’s strategic imperatives, product development initiatives and client-focused objectives.Evan joined Deutsche Bank from Standard Chartered Bank where he was Managing Director, Financial Institutions Product Management, Asia for their Transaction Banking division. Evan has over eighteen years of banking experience in Asia, Europe and the United States.


Andrew Gordon, Managing Director, Asia, RBC Investor & Treasury Services
Andrew Gordon joined RBC Investor & Treasury Services in 2013 and is currently responsible for providing strategic oversight to the bank’s activities in Asia. He has considerable experience of the funds industry and investor services in the Far East, most recently at BNY Mellon where he was executive vice president and head of alternative & broker dealer services, Asia Pacific. Before that, he was responsible for the Asia Pacific securities services businesses of the Bank of New York. Gordon has over 20 years of experience in Hong Kong and Tokyo.


Nick Gardiner, Partner & Managing Director, BCG
Nick Gardiner is a partner and managing director in BCG's Hong Kong office and leads BCG's capital markets segment in Asia Pacific, serving regional and global clients. He has been with BCG for over fifteen years and previously worked in the firm's London and Moscow offices. For the past decade, he has specialized in financial institutions, mainly concentrated on wholesale banking (including investment banking, securities trading and corporate/transaction banking) and asset management businesses. Prior to joining BCG, Nick worked as political and security risk consultant.


David Millar, Owner, DXL (Risk Management) Partners
David Millar is a risk management trainer, journalist and consultant with 40 years’ experience in international banking and financial markets who has worked for banks, financial utilities and central authorities on strategy, processes, change and risk management, research and outsourcing. He was an operational risk manager at a global British bank and subsequently Chief Operating Officer at the Professional Risk Managers’ International Association, PRMIA, a trade association focused on improving financial risk management. He is also an International Resource Director at the Asian Banker.


Gil Gadot, Co-founder and President of Asia-Pacific, Fundtech
Gil Gadot is a co-founder of Fundtech and has been with the company since its inception in 1993. He is currently President, Fundtech Asia-Pacific. Previous positions held by Gil at Fundtech include as CTO, general manager of international operations, managing director of global settlements, cash management and as the company’s first head of research and development. Before joining Fundtech, Gil was a senior development manager for DSSI.


Marcus Sehr, Global Head of Institutional Cash and Regional Head of Institutional Cash and Securities Services, EMEA, Deutsche Bank
Marcus Sehr is global head of institutional cash and regional head of insitutional cash & securities services, EMEA at Deutsche Bank. Prior to this appointment he held various positions within Cash Management Financial Institutions (CMFI), including as global COO, global head of wholesale solution and business manager. Between 2003 and April 2007, Sehr was senior product manager for euro and US dollar money transfer products. His responsibilities included product management for financial institutions for the Asia Pacific region as well as strategic euro clearing infrastructure projects. In this context he represented Deutsche Bank at several external committees including the German Bankers Association, the European Banking Association and Deutsche Bundesbank.


Sam Ahmed, Managing Director, Deriv Asia
Sam Ahmed is the managing director and founder of Deriv Asia, a technical management consultancy firm focusing on credit risk modelling, collateral management architecture, OTC regulatory implementation, Basel 3 liquidity solutions, CVA methodology and enterprise risk management. Prior to opening Deriv Asia, Ahmed was Citi’s head of collateral services sales for the Asia Pacific region. Ahmed’s career spans 18 years in Asia across top tier international banks such as Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch where he worked across various faculties from derivatives trading, risk management to middle office.


Mahadir Manap, Global Head of Products, Cash & Trade, Transaction Banking, Global Banking, Maybank
Mahadir Manap is responsible for managing and delivering products and services that support client propositions for cash management and trade finance line of business. His role is integral to the development of Maybank cash & trade business locally and across the region.Prior to this appointment,Manap was the global head of cash management and was responsible for the strategy and management of the domestic and global cash management business across Malaysia, ASEAN and Greater China. He has more than 19 years of banking experiences including audit, offshore banking, corporate and commercial banking, trade finance products and operations.


Daragh O’Byrne, Global Head of Marketing and Alliances, Nucleus Software
Daragh O’Byrne is presently the global head - marketing & alliances at Nucleus Software where he is responsible for driving business transformation through integrated and strategic marketing initiatives for delivering tangible value to the bottom line. O’Byrne brings with him over two decades of experience in strategic marketing, business planning, marketing automation & dashboards, competitive analysis and lead generation. He has been instrumental in formulating new organisation structures to accelerate output between marketing and the sales organisation for global banking technology companies like Misys and BPC Banking Technology.


Feifei Xia, Executive Vice President, Wing Lung Bank
Feifei Xia is executive vice president of commercial banking at Wing Lung Bank, a wholly owned Hong Kong-based subsidiary of China Merchants Bank. He has been in charge of the bank’s Renminbi-denominated trade finance and corporate finance business. Prior to this, Xia had extensive experience at Bank of China and China Merchants Bank. From 2008 to 2010, Xia served as the head of the banking department of China Merchants Bank's New York branch. Xia has published many articles in "International Business Daily" and "International Finance", also winning an award from the China International Finance Society.


David Chance, Senior Vice President, Product Strategy, Dovetail
David Chance joined Dovetail in 2008. He has over 20 years’ experience in the payments industry and product management. Chance spent the 18 years prior to joining Dovetail at eFunds where he focused on corporate cash management and middleware solutions. He was at the forefront of eFunds Faster Payments initiatives, helping both UK and European Financial Institutions understand the implications of the UK Faster Payments Scheme. Chance represents Dovetail on many local and international taskforces and standards bodies including SWIFT, IPFA and NACHA Global Payments.


Nagarajan Rao, Senior Vice President, Transpay
Nagarajan Rao is senior vice president and head of product and strategy at Transpay. He specialises in the high-volume, low-value payments industry and is responsible for the overall leadership, strategy and execution at the company. Rao spearheaded the development of a robust, end-to-end cross-border payments platform, creating a technology infrastructure capable of moving large volumes of funds in a secure and compliant manner. This technology is enabled through direct relationships with major banks in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East regions. He began his career within the financial services industry, working closely with banks while managing foreign exchange risk on behalf of Fortune 500 companies.


Alex Medana, Director, Compliance Services, Asia Pacific, SWIFT
Alex Medana is director of compliance services for the Asia Pacific region at SWIFT, based in Hong Kong. He is responsible for the KYC Registry and sanctions screening strategy to drive the adoption of both products in the region. Previously he was the director of securities markets for the Asia Pacific region where he was responsible for the post-trade strategy (buy and sell sides). He also played a key role in promoting Rmbinternationalisation within the global securities community. With more than 15 years’ experience in the securities industry, he held several key positions at SWIFT, Deutsche Bank, DrKW, Merrill Lynch, Exane and Credit Agricole Indosuez.


Normand Girard, Director, Trade Finance Operations, BMO Financial Group
Normand Girard is responsible for the bank’s processing of all trade finance products in Canada and the United States. Girard has over twenty-five years of experience in trade finance operations at BMO Financial Group. During his career with the bank, he has covered every role in Import, Export, Standby Letters of Credit and Collections as well as integral operations leadership roles throughout the evolution of BMO’s trade finance business. Normand is a Certified Documentary Credit Specialist and an associate of the Institute of Canadian Bankers.


Samuel So , Deputy General Manager, Head of Cash Management, Bank of China (Hong Kong)
Samuel So is responsible for the bank’s product development, sales and implementation of cash management related solutions for both corporate and financial institutions. Before joining BOCHK, he had been serving as the managing director, head of cash management products &client delivery for Citibank Hong Kong for eight years, in charge of the development of cash management products as well as transaction banking client delivery team. Prior to joining the transaction banking business, he held various financial management positions at Citibank, covering financial accounting, accounting policy advisory & regional management accounting.


Bob Blower, Trade Services, Cash Management and Payments Professional
Bob Blower currently advises National Bank of Abu Dhabi on trade platform strategy. He is an internationally experienced business and technology leader with an extensive understanding of financial services. His experience includes policy making, consulting managing infrastructure for derivatives settlements and overseeing transaction services technology, operations and product management in quite a few leading organizations. Blower’s previous have been as head of FI, trade and supply chain product management in Standard Bank, and global head of GTB trade and supply chain IT in HSBC.


Shekhar Ganapathy, General Manager – South Asia, ACI Worldwide
Shekhar Ganapathy joined ACI as a general manager for the South Asia region in 2009 and has built the sales and services capabilities in the region from the ground up. Over the last 5 years, he has grown the ACI India business 10 fold from $ 2 Million to $20 Million. Prior to joining ACI, Ganapathy worked with erstwhile S1 Corporation for 5 years and had set up their delivery center, and built a 300+ Software delivery organisation that worked on engineering, services and Maintenance for a wide suite of products. Prior to that, Ganapathy was a co-founder of a Infrasoft Technologies (Core Banking and Financial Services) and built a $10M business over a period of 10 years.


E Zhihuan, Deputy General Manager and Head of Economic Research, Economics and Strategic Planning Department, Bank of China (Hong Kong)
E Zhihuan has been in charge of economic analysis and policy research, since April 2013. Her major research focuses are internationalisation of RMB and global financial markets. For more than 20 years, she has been engaged in strategic planning and research management in Bank of China Head Office and New York Branch. Possessing in-depth knowledge and research experience in China’s macroeconomy, financial policies and RMB exchange rate reform, Dr E presided over and completed key projects on the financial reform and over 200 research reports on the banking industry of China, with the publication of nearly 100 research papers and a number of academic works.


Loo Eng Hock, Director, Head of Transaction Banking Malaysia, Global Banking, Maybank
Loo Eng Hock is responsible for driving the transaction banking business in Malaysia, which covers cash management, trade and supply chain financing, securities services, financial institutions and non-banking financial institutions.Prior to this appointment, Loo was the head of Maybank cash management. He has been central to Maybank’s regionalisation strategy and has overseen the successful launch of Maybank2E-Regional Cash, the award-winning regional cash management platform for Maybank Group.


Shaun Wu, Principal, Kobre & Kim
Shaun Wu is an experienced attorney who focuses on international litigation and arbitration, regulatory and internal investigations, and the enforcement of high-value awards and judgments in complex, cross-border cases. He has particularly in-depth experience working with Asia-based clients, and especially on China-related matters. Mr. Wu has acted in a range of international disputes involving governments, state-owned enterprises, multinational corporations and high-net-worth individuals, including litigation and arbitration under the major arbitral rules. In addition, he also has experience managing court litigations across Asian jurisdictions as well as assisting clients in conducting internal investigations and compliance reviews.


Akshaya Kapoor, Chief Solution Architect, Revenue Management and Billing, Oracle Financial Services Global Business Unit
Akshaya Kapoor leads the solution architecture for pricing and billing solutions at Oracle Financial Services Global Business Unit, the financial services vertical business of Oracle. In this capacity he and his team engage with banks and financial institutions on how they can modernize their pricing and billing processes for maximizing revenue and reducing leakage. He has led efforts to build this business for Oracle among large banks such as Citibank. Kapoor has more than 17 years of experience in managing pricing & billing for banks.


Colin Savage, Head of Research, The Asian Banker
Colin Savage has nearly twenty years’ experience in research, analysis and strategic planning in Asia and Europe. While he oversees all aspects of The Asian Banker’s research team and efforts – from developing innovative methodologies and metrics to producing reports and consulting – he is particularly focused on leading the company’s research work into and ranking of vendor selection and management (for banks) and vendor evaluation (for vendors). Prior to joining the Asian Banker, Colin led the global research and strategy of a major Japanese life insurance group. He is a telecoms and mobile technology thought leader and a risk consultant.

 


Advisory Council

Tod Burwell, President & Chief Executive Officer, BAFT
Tod Burwell is president and chief executive officer of Bankers' Association for Finance and Trade (BAFT). He is responsible for leading the association in its mission to provide advocacy, education and training, and a common industry voice for the global transaction banking community. Prior to joining BAFT, he was a managing director at JPMorgan Chase. Burwell has over 25 years of trade, supply chain and cash management experience as a banking practitioner, as well as serving as a consultant to global corporations and suppliers of strategically integrated trade solutions.


James Cullen, former Senior Vice President, Wells Fargo
James Cullen was senior vice president in Wells Fargo’s global financial institutions group, with specific focus on Asia. He has over four decades of experience in the financial services industry, including posts in San Francisco, Hong Kong, Singapore and Seattle with Wells Fargo, Bank of America and US Bancorporation before venturing on his own in 2010. Prior banking experience includes involvement in a variety of business sector including corporate banking and finance and institutional banking.


Bill Chua, Former MD and head of global financial institutions group, UOB
Bill Chua was former MD and head of global financial institutions group, UOB, managing relationships with banks, non-bank financial institutions, supra-nationals, sovereigns and sovereign entities. In his 34 years of experience in the financial services industry, he has covered institutional wholesale and consumer banking in the front, middle and back offices. Prior to joining OUB in 2000, Chua was with Citibank for 20 years. He serves as a director for several UOB-owned companies and/or joint ventures, and is also an active member of the financial and education communities in Singapore.


Mathew Welch, Partner, Asia Capital & Advisors
Mathew Welch has spent over 25 years in financial services in Asia. His experience covers a wide range of areas including investment / wholesale banking, asset management and PE investments. Previously, Welch worked as managing director and head of financial institutions group Asia at ING, and as global head of banks & financial institutions head of Asia for Standard Chartered Bank (SCB). Working in SCB, he grew the FI revenues of the bank for more than fivefold in a four year period, adding more than US$1bln to revenues and creating one of Asia’s largest FI businesses.


Damian Glendinning, Vice President and Group Treasurer, Lenovo
Damian Glendinning has over 26 years’ experience in the field of finance, accounting and treasury. He is currently vice president and group treasurer at Lenovo, which he joined in 2005 after 21 years with IBM. Prior to this, Glendinning was IBM’s Asia Pacific treasurer from 2001 to 2005. He was also director of their global treasury operations in New York. Glendinning also served in a variety of corporate finance roles at IBM, including accounting and internal audit.

项目负责人:

马之遥 (Stephanie Ma)
电子邮箱:sma@theasianbanker.com

参会和会议赞助相关事宜请联系:

于思宇(Cindy Yu)
电子邮箱:cyu@theasianbanker.com


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