iGTB’s Phil Cantor has written an article in GTNews about the iGTB Oxford School of Transaction Banking, held in July earlier this year. Set up by iGTB and Ted Roosevelt Malloch, CEO of The Roosevelt Group and Senior Fellow at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, the inaugural course was the first in a series that aims to provide a global platform for thought leadership and innovation in transaction banking. Bankers from around the globe gathered in Oxford to take part in interactive sessions led by an impressive array of keynote speakers from across banking, fintech, consultancies and academia.
Examining banks’ design frameworks and business models, the immersive three-day course covered each element required to build a successful transaction banking franchise and compete in today’s regulatory, financial and digital environment. With transaction banking offering some of the oldest banking services in the industry, the key message of the School was that transaction banking now also needs to engage powerful technology, led by design-thinking, to keep ahead of market, financial and regulatory changes. Future services will need to be delivered that are more innovative and customer-centric than ever before, particularly on the corporate banking side.
To read the full write-up in GTNews, please go here.