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New Age Banking Summit 2020 to be held on October 6

13 Sep 2020

The fifth edition of New Age Banking Summit will take place on October 6 at Sheraton Oman hotel in Muscat, the organisers of the annual event, which will focus on the future of banking and financial technologies (Fintech), announced on Sunday.

The leading banks and Fintech companies will participate in the New Age Banking Summit Oman 2020. The event will attract industry experts who will share the knowledge on latest technologies and disruptions changing the dynamics of the banking industry globally, according to a press statement.

The summit will showcase the evolving financial ecosystem in this digital age and how the banks can be future-ready by adopting digital strategies, innovating in products and services offered and reaching customers on digital channels while proactively combating cyber risks. The summit will also focus on how new business models will make the banks relevant for next-generation customers through the adoption of new technology and what measures have to be taken today.

New Age Banking Summit Oman 2020 will have H E Tahir bin Salim bin Abdullah al Amri, executive president of the Central Bank of Oman (CBO), as the chief guest and keynote speaker. The event is supported by Oman Banks Association.

The one-day event will include presentations and discussions involving a cross-section of the industry experts from Oman, the rest of the GCC and international market. Some of the subjects that will be covered include digital transformation, artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, fintech, cybersecurity, banking as a platform, digital payment, mobile banking, enterprise data architecture and digital customer experience.

The Oman Banking & Finance Awards will be co-located with the summit. The awards will felicitate the key industry leaders, organisations and products/solutions that are at the forefront of new-age banking in the sultanate.


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