India Financial Analytics & Big Data Summit brings together CFO, Senior Managers, Financial Analysts, Business Analytics (BA) and Financial Data Scientists working in banking and financial services industry, offering unique insight into the innovations that are driving success in these industries.
We cover the topics that matter most to today’s big data & analytics leaders along with creativity-enhancing inspiration & innovative action points and takeaways.Hear case studies from the best names in the industry.
Theme: Intelligence and Innovation in Financial Analytics and Big Data
Banks are constantly in search of strategies and tactics to improve their margins. With a deluge of data from multiple different systems complicated further by stiff competition and customers who are ever choosy, it is extremely important for the bank to explore patterns from the data to understand the consumer better. Data science helps in this endeavor, and couple with big data engines, banks will be in a better position to make the right moves in satisfying the customer as well as in sustaining their margins and the competitive advantage. In this talk I will illustrate a couple of use cases based on Data science and big data processing, that will appeal to the CXOs of banks.Speaker Profile
In May 2013 one of the largest multi-country, coordinated card frauds was perpetrated on a Middle East bank. This particular fraud spanned over 20 countries, and was executed by a fraud ring which combined multiple skills, including phising, network intrusion and card replication. It brought home the increasing susceptibility of institutions and sophistication of perpetrators. While the preponderance of online transactions susceptibility factor for fraud, large volumes of disparate data in existence can also be mined using analytics tools to identify and predict attempts to defraud. Sanjeev Shukla will touch upon the traditional issues and challenges in using data analytics in identifying frauds, and will also describe the range of emerging techniques from the world of data analytics that are now available to organizations to help combat fraud.Speaker Profile
Punita has over sixteen years of strategy consulting and market research experience. At PwC, she has helped various insurance companies develop long-term change strategy, new product opportunities, growth as well as cost-management strategies.
Previously, as head of qualitative research at Nielsen and TNS in Singapore, she developed marketing, launch, and positioning strategies for a wide-range of consumer product, telecom, and IT companies. Punita introduced social science to the study of end-user technology usage trends, which helped technology companies develop new applications and strategies for Internet and mobile networks. Her research paper ‘Adapting Global Communication to Asian Markets’ has been published at the international ESOMAR congress.
Punita has a Bachelor of arts in Psychology, English and Journalism from Bangalore University, a Post-graduate Diploma in Communications, and an MBA from The Wharton School.
Understand new trends around BigData and its impact specifically on Banking and Financial Industry. Also see how different visualization mechanisms can be used to present the findings about data and gain quick insights. In a nutshell how big data visualization helps organization read their data better.Speaker Profile
Vijay is responsible for heading region sales for Gramener based out of Mumbai
He has rich experience in Marketing, Business analytics and sales. Prior to joining Gramener, Vijay was with Tata Teleservices where he was heading Prepaid Marketing for Karnataka and Kerala Circles.
In his career, he has played a diverse leadership roles in Information technology and telecommunication sectors. He has a demonstrated ability to deal with ambiguity, take over & strategically drive business growth.
Vijay holds a Bachelors In Computers from Kurukshetra University and a MBA (full-time) from Symbiosis , Pune.
With increasing complexity and global reach in both Financial and non-financial businesses, it is getting imperative to use data in order to identify, monitor (measure) and mitigate risks to the business. While this is critical (and hence, usually more evolved) in Financial organisations like banks, NBFCs, asset management companies and Insurance companies, now with a statement on Risk Management by Directors becoming mandatory in Public Company reports as per Section 134 of the Companies Act, 2013, non-financial companies are also having to focus on risk management, though one might argue that for sustainability of the business, this is something that they ought to have done on their own anyway
This presentation will look at the different broad classes of risks that an organisation faces (credit, market, liquidity and operational risks, the latter including compliance, systems, fraud and reputational risks) and explain, with examples, what kind of tools, data and analytics can help to manage these risks better. Given the speaker’s background, the focus will be on financial organisations, though there are significant overlaps with non-financial organisations also, and hence representatives from these organisations can also benefit from this presentation.
Raghuvir Mukherji is the Chief Risk Officer for Reliance Capital Asset Management (RCAM), which is the largest asset management company in India and the third largest mutual fund, with assets under management of INR 2.4 Lac Crore (around USD 36 billion). In this role, he reports into the CEO and the Board of Directors, and leads an eight-member team of professionals responsible for design and maintenance of the enterprise risk framework, including monitoring, mitigating and reporting credit, market, liquidity and operational risks across the organisation. This also includes overseeing the internal audit and Information Security functions.
Raghuvir is an alumnus of St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata, a Chartered Accountant and Certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM) accredited by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP), USA, with around 16 years of post qualification experience spanning across various organisations; he has worked in the Securities Services / Capital Markets arena with Citibank, JPMorgan and HSBC and in Functional Consulting with Infosys Technologies. He has also worked briefly in Equity Research. In his last role, he was working as Vice President, Risk Policy and Analytics, with HSBC (Bank).
Purpose of this discussion is stress upon utility of information based strategy for investments. Information is key to right decision making. In today's world where consumer has lot of choice from multiple competitors, it is important to understand their behavior better. Financial Institutions and consumer companies have extensive information about their consumers. It is important to leverage that information to drive right investment product sales, repeat sales and customer engagement.Speaker Profile
Pankaj Mittal is head of Liability, Investments and Retail Forex Analytics at the Axis Bank. With 13 years of experience in analytics and financial services industry, he is responsible for driving information based decision making at Axis Bank.
Prior to Joining Axis bank, he was working with Capital One, a consumer bank based in Richmond, VA (USA) in various functions spanning from customer acquisition, engagement and risk. He earlier worked with Barclays Bank Delaware in its partnership credit card businesses.
Mr. Mittal holds a Masters in Operation Research from Texas A&M University, USA and has Post Graduate Diploma in Management, making the Director Merit at IIMB for academic excellence.
With the advent of the internet and technology, consumers are more empowered and connected than ever before. It becomes imperative to understand the changing dynamic of consumer behavior, in this rapidly evolving environment. Even marketers face increasing pressures to drive measurable business results and demonstrate the return on investments.
Given this background, Customer Analytics has a key role to play in understanding consumer behavior patterns and unlocking the hidden value of data. It gives organizations the insight necessary to deliver offers that are anticipated, relevant and timely. As the backbone for all business activities, customer analytics comprises techniques such as predictive modeling, data visualization, information management and segmentation.
Drawing from the 35 years of industry experience, Experian takes data and creates intelligence that enables our clients to engage more effectively with their customers and prospects. Experian has always been committed to actionable analytics which delivers focus on customers.
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