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29 -30 June 2017


Villa Rosa Kempinski, Nairobi, Kenya

UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL


DISRUPTION AND MOBILE TECHNOLOGY ON THE
EAST AFRICAN BANKING SECTOR

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HEAR FROM KEY
SPEAKERS INCLUDING:

Oltesh Thobias, Regional Chief - Procurement, African Evaline Momanyi, Senior Manager M-Pesa, Digital
Development Bank Financial Services Evolution, Safaricom (awaiting final
Shikoh Gitau, ICT and Innovation for Development Expert, confirmation)
African Development Bank Senior Representative, African Development Bank
Orest Masinki, Country Head of Risk, Standard Chartered Erick Omondi Onyango, Senior Technical Specialist Core
Bank Tanzania Banking and Business Systems, CfC Stanbic Bank Kenya
Simon Njuguna Mbogo, Regional CIO, Stanbic Bank Russell Akuom, Head of Digital Banking, Co-operative
(Standard Bank Group) Bank of Kenya
Wycliffe Momanyi, Head Information Risk, KCB Group Jack Ngare, Director of Innovation and Finserve, Equity
Vincent Wakaba, Head, Mobile Banking, Co-operative Bank
Bank of Kenya James Muritu, Thought Leader, Consultant,
Michael Mbuthia, CIO, Kenya Bankers Association FinTechPrenuer
Thomas Gachie, Director Operations, National Bank of Kenya Alex Mbaka, Head, Channel Operations and Telephony,
Barclays Kenya
George Njuguna K, Chief Information Officer, HFC Limited

TOP REASONS TO ATTEND:

Gain insight into the Understand how to Learn how to drive Learn how to Discuss the Understand the
latest strategies for develop a customer- innovation through streamline your potential benefits of challenges involved
preventing security centric banking the use of open API banking operations blockchain, IoT and in developing
breaches and cyber strategy through the and cloud-based core through large-scale AI on the East African Service-Oriented
attacks in mobile use of omnichannel banking solutions process automation banking sector Architecture (SOA)
banking and innovative mobile for greater to support flexibility
payments solutions productivity and in banking services
improved customer
service

Testimonials from Banking Technology North Africa conferences:

The conference was extremely educational in The presentations were about the real market
providing a strong forum for networking and challenges, updated with the most recent events, to The event was very well-organised and useful to
sharing of common issues and concerns. I believe the point that once I went back to my bank, I found all attendees. The themes on the agenda and the
more of this would help bring a solid business one of the points discussed already set as a hot task discussions were very enriching.
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in the banking sector. Director - Head of Data Warehouse & Business National Bank of Egypt
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EVENT
OVERVIEW

Dear Colleague, KEY STATISTICS DRIVING FINANCIAL


INCLUSION IN EAST AFRICA:
It is a great pleasure to present you with the agenda for the BANKING THE UNBANKED
Banking Innovation East Africa conference taking place
from 29-30 June at the Kempinski Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya.

The rapid uptake by consumers of digital channels


coupled with interest rate cuts by the Central Bank of
Kenya has created a shift in the banking sector in East
Africa. In order to remain competitive, banks are moving
Over 40% of adults now Mobile money account
from account-focused business strategies to purely
have a formal bank ownership in Kenya is
customer-focused strategies.
account compared to just 60% while Tanzania and
24% in 2011 Uganda have rates of
Nowhere in Africa has financial inclusion been so
approximately 35%
successfully achieved than in Kenya. Since the launch of
M-Pesa in 2007, the country has fast become a fintech
hub forcing traditional tier one banks to keep pace with
innovation or face losing valuable customers to more
agile fintechs.

In light of these trends, the Banking Innovation East


Africa conference will discuss how to effectively partner
In Somalia, Tanzania, and The World Bank
with telcos and fintechs, foster innovation and develop
Uganda more adults have predicts Kenyas growth
a purely customer-focused business strategy in order
a mobile money account projection for this year
to improve customer service and retention. Delegates
than accounts at financial at six per cent and has
will learn how to drive innovation through the use of
institutions positioned Kenya posting
open API and adoption of cloud-based core banking
the seventh-highest
systems, create mutually beneficial telco and fintech
expansion region in
partnerships, implement a seamless user experience
sub-Saharan Africa
across all touchpoints and much more.

I look forward to welcoming you to the conference in


June. WHO YOU WILL MEET:

Yours faithfully, CEOs Heads of Alternative


CIOs Channels
Heads of Digital Heads of Channels
Banking Heads of IT
Heads of Mobile Heads of Risk
Banking Head of IT Security

Claire Bishop Smith


Conference Director - Banking Innovation East Africa FROM:
IQPC Middle East
Retail Banks Central Banks

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Shared Services & Outsourcing Network (SSON) is delighted to bring Shared Services & Outsourcing Africa
to Kenya. Taking place from 28-30 June in Nairobi, this event will serve as a platform for practitioners from
across Africa and beyond to share knowledge and best practices, whilst addressing the key challenges in the
set up, maintenance and continuous improvement of shared services and outsourcing models.
Key speakers:
Allan Kilavuka, Global Operations Local Leader, Sub-Sahara Africa, General Electric Company, Kenya
Alex Mbaka, Head of Channels Operations, Barclays Bank, Kenya
Catherine Khabure, Head of HR Shared Services, Diageo, Kenya
Ehsan Shammasi, Head of HR Shared Services, Al Tayer Group, UAE
Gary Thompson, Consultant Advisor Shared Services Program, Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, UAE
And many more

The IoT Africa conference taking place from 29-30 June 2017 at the Villa Rosa Kempinski Nairobi, Kenya,
will host leading solution providers and early adopters to share ideas, demonstrate IoT capabilities and
applications, and stimulate the adoption of IoT.

Key speakers:
George Ombua, Chief Officer ICT, Nairobi Government, Kenya
Georges Matuthu, Head of Platform Operations, M-Kopa, Kenya
Gershon Adzadi, Head of ICT, Ghana Airports Company Ltd., Ghana
Kasaine ole Pertet, CIO, Kenya Airports Authority, Kenya
Amos Mulievi, Head of ICT, Agriculture Authority, Kenya
And many more

Book for the ALL-ACCESS PASS


to gain exclusive entry into all 3 events.
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WHO ATTENDED OUR
BANKING TECHNOLOGY
SERIES IN THE PAST? 29 -30 June 2017
Villa Rosa Kempinski, Nairobi, Kenya

ATTENDANCE BY JOB TITLE:

GENERAL MANAGER SALES DIRECTOR


17%
6%
DIRECTOR 6% IT DIRECTOR/MANAGER
17% (INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY)
CIO/CTO 6%
COUNTRY REPRESENTATIVE/
DIVISION/REGION 6%
COMPLIANCE OPERATIONS HEAD/
MANAGER/DIRECTOR 6% 12% DIRECTOR/MANAGER
CEO/MD/VP 6%
6% 12% PROJECT DIRECTOR/
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER MANAGER

SOME OF THE PARTICIPATING COMPANIES INCLUDED:


Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank Central Bank of Egypt National Bank of Greece
Advanced Computer Technology CIBEG National Bank of Kuwait
African Export Import Bank Citigroup National Bank of Oman
Afriland First Bank Commercial International Bank National Investment Bank
Ahli United Bank CR2 Channel Banking Innovation National Telecom Regulatory Authority
Al Ahly Fund and Portfolio Management Crdit Agricole NBK
Al Baraka Bank of Egypt Deloitte Oracle Corporation
Alborsa Newspaper Deutsche Bank Palo Alto Networks
ALEXBANK Efinance Piraeus Bank
Arab African International Bank Egyptian Arab Land Bank Principal Bank for Development and
Arab Banking Corporation Egypt Egyptian Banking Institute Agricultural Credit
Arab International Bank Egyptian Gulf Bank PROFILE Systems & Software
Arab Investment Bank Emirates NBD Cyprus Ltd. (DMCC Branch)
Arabtec Export Development Bank of Egypt PROXC Consulting Ltd.
ASSET Technology Group Farmers Commercial Bank Qatar Islamic Bank
Audi Bank Egypt HSBC Bank Egypt QE Egypt Software
Bank ABC IBM Egypt QES
Bank Albilad Riyadh KSA Informatica Middle East QNB Al Ahli
Bank Audi Sal Information Management Expert IME Rustik
Bank of Alexandria Intercom Enterprises Scotiabank
Banque Audi JMR Infotech SmartStream Technologies
Banque du Caire Mashreq Bank Egypt Standard Chartered Bank
Banque Misr Maximum Performance for Integrated SunGard Financial Systems
Barclays Bank Egypt Solutions Temenos
BBI Consultancy MDSL The United Bank
BLOM Bank Egypt Misr Iran Development Bank Ubanquity Systems Ltd
CAL Bank Limited Misys International Banking Systems UBS AG
Capital Banking Solution National Bank of Abu Dhabi Vayana MEA LLC
Offshore Sal National Bank of Dubai Xceed Middle East FZ-LLC
Capital Banking Solutions National Bank of Egypt

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CONFERENCE DAY ONE
THURSDAY, 29 JUNE 2017
08:00 Registration and morning refreshments 12:00 The future of fintechs and banking: The rise of the
08:30 Opening remarks by IQPC digital only bank
Strategies for leveraging digital disruption
08:45 Chairmans opening remarks technologies to create a customer-focused business
09:00 Facilitating financial inclusion and integration through model
the use of mobile payments and transfer solutions in Developing an effective MVNO strategy
East Africa Jack Ngare, Director of Innovation and Finserve, Equity
presentation:

How are developments in payment technologies Bank


Keynote

facilitating branchless banking? SECURITY AND REGULATIONS


Combing HCE and contactless payments technology
An overview of the future of payments technology 12:30 The Fintech revolution: Creating the appropriate
Oltesh Thobias, Regional Chief - Procurement, African regulatory environment to support innovation and
Development Bank financial inclusion in East Africa

discussion:
Shikoh Gitau, ICT and Innovation for Development Reimagining the role of the central banks: How can

Panel
Expert, African Development Bank the central bank foster innovation?
How to strike a balance between regulation and
DELIVERING AN ENRICHED CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE innovation
THROUGH BANKING SERVICE INNOVATION Developing activity-based regulations to keep pace
09:30 Omnichannel banking: How to ensure consistent with payments innovation
customer interactions with your banking brand across Developing guidelines to support cloud computing:
multiple touch points Understanding the importance of cloud computing to
Learn how to analyse the information from different Fintech innovation
channels in order to build up a detailed and accurate PANELLISTS:
picture of the customers preferences and behaviour James Muritu, Thought Leader, Consultant,
Develop information from various channels in order to FinTechPrenuer
build up detailed customer profiles Jack Ngare, Director of Innovation and Finserve, Equity
Russell Akuom, Head of Digital Banking, Co-operative Bank
Bank of Kenya 13:00 Networking lunch
10:00 Developing an effective digital banking strategy 14:00 New strategies for preventing cyber attacks and
Establishing key governance structures around the security breaches in mobile banking
digital strategy at both the board and management An overview of todays mobile threat landscape,
level mobile malware, third-party apps, unsecured Wi-Fi
Project and change management strategies to ensure An update on the latest technologies designed to
smooth implementation of digital technologies prevent mobile malware
Interested in presenting this session? Email us at Strategies for preventing consumers risky behavior
enquiry@iqpc.ae Wycliffe Momanyi, Head Information Risk, KCB Group
10:30 Beyond multi-channel banking: How to support 14:30 Developing secure mobile banking apps for financial
omnichannel banking with a multi-channel digital inclusion
platform Using biometrics for secure mobile banking
An overview of the advantages for adopting a multi- Developing multi-factor authentication for optimised
channel digital platform payments security
How to implement an attractive user experience Understanding the need for proper mobile app
design to encourage usability of online banking security testing
channels Interested in presenting this session? Email us at
Alex Mbaka, Head, Channel Operations and Telephony, enquiry@iqpc.ae
Barclays Kenya
15:00 Managing risk in the new age of customer-centric
11:00 Networking break and morning refreshments banking
PAYMENTS INNOVATION TO SUPPORT FINANCIAL INCLUSION Strategies for managing changing consumer
behaviors and expectations
11:30 Innovation in the payments landscape in Kenya
Understanding the importance of upgrading legacy
Addressing consumers security concerns from using
core banking systems to reduce risk
digital payment solutions
Orest Masinki, Country Head of Risk, Standard
Exploring the role of payments innovation in meeting
Chartered Bank, Tanzania
East Africas development targets
Michael Mbuthia, CIO, Kenya Bankers Association 15:30 Chairmans closing remarks
15:45 Close of conference day one

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CONFERENCE DAY TWO
FRIDAY, 30 JUNE 2017
08:00 Registration and morning refreshments 11:15 Understanding how to adopt cloud-based
08:30 Chairmans opening remarks services for product innovation
Understanding the benefits of various cloud-
STREAMLINING FINANCIAL OPERATIONS
based business models for the banking
08:45 Transforming banking operations: Achieving
industry, infrastructure as a service hybrid
large-scale process automation to increase cloud, PaaS and SaaS
productivity and provide better customer How to determine which banking services to
service migrate to the cloud
Strategies for developing automated digital Erick Omondi Onyango, Senior Technical
workflows to support front-end digital Specialist Core Banking and Business Systems,
channels CfC Stanbic Bank
Understanding the cost savings in using IT
solutions to manage residual back-office OPEN BANKING AND DATA SHARING
operations 11:45 Understanding how to create value for your
Thomas Gachie, Director Operations, National customer from the use of open API
Bank of Kenya Understanding the impact of the open API on
09:15 Streamlining the customer onboarding process banks value chain
for better customer insights Key operational considerations for an open
Understanding the benefits of a streamlined API economy
omnichannel onboarding process Rationale for open APIs for financial inclusion
How to capture customer onboarding data in Simon Njuguna Mbogo, Regional CIO, Stanbic
real-time Bank (Standard Bank Group)
Innovative onboarding solutions to retain 12:15 The open API debate: Should banks embrace
customers and reduce churn the API revolution?
Interested in presenting this session? Email us Understanding the data security challenges
discussion:

at enquiry@iqpc.ae arising from an open environment


Panel

DEVELOPING THE APPROPRIATE IT ARCHITECTURE FOR Potential strategies for balancing openness
DIGITAL INNOVATION with data protection
09:45 Transforming banking enterprise architecture An overview of the current technologies
for digital innovation on currently available to prevent open API
Developing services orientated architecture to hacking
PANELLISTS:
support flexibility in banking services
Vincent Wakaba, Head, Mobile Banking,
Understanding the challenges in adopting SOA
Co-operative Bank of Kenya
Understanding the tangible benefits for banks
Simon Njuguna Mbogo, Regional CIO, Stanbic
and vendors
Bank (Standard Bank Group)
George Njuguna K, Chief Information Officer,
HFC Limited THE FUTURE OF BANKING: DIGITAL DISTRUPTION AND THE
BLOCKCHAIN OPPORTUNITY
10:15 Networking break and morning refreshments
12:45 Interactive Q&A: The blockchain opportunity
10:45 Upgrading legacy platforms to support product
in Africa: Discussing the challenges and
innovation and digitisation of financial services opportunities for the use of bitcoin in East
Making legacy banking systems state-of- Africa
the-art by connecting through middleware to
13:15 Chairmans closing remarks
provide modern, open solutions
Comparing legacy system upgrade 13:35 Networking lunch
deployment strategies build versus buy and 14:30 Close of conference
phased versus big bang
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at enquiry@iqpc.ae

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sectors at more than 1,700 conferences around the globe. Our client list includes corporations such as IBM, Cisco, Microsoft, Lockheed
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to assist them in improving their organisations. IQPC provides many different platforms for you to increase your market share, stay
ahead of your competition, increase awareness to your target audience and position yourself as a key supplier to the banking industry.

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Because we know that each sponsor has a different message, business development goal and branding objectives, each sponsorship
package is tailored to your corporate strategies. Though most sponsorship offers multiple levels and types of exposure, there are a few
main ways for you to highlight your corporate strengths:

1 THOUGHT LEADERSHIP
As a sponsor at the Banking Innovation East Africa, your company will gain second-to-none exposure to senior-level decision makers
at the point in time that they are seeking solutions, information and systems for improving their firms strategies. For a select few
sponsors, you can build your reputation as a market leader through subject-specific presentations, workshops and focus days. This
highly selective sponsorship allows your firm to establish tremendous capability and expertise in your specialty as well as highlight
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our clients who are seeking to get the message out about their offerings. Build your companys brand and visibility in front of senior
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Additionally IQPC offers a selection of sponsorship opportunities that enables our clients to increase their opportunity to develop new
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