ITFA Fintech event, 6th June – Maximising the value of transaction data with machine learning

Join us on June 6th at Deutsche Bank in the City of London to gain further insights on fintech developments in trade finance and credit management.

On that day, you will discover how machine learning technology – combined with data management technology – is being applied by ITFA fintechs to the benefit of trade originators, their clients and their bank and non-bank funders.

“Deutsche Bank is delighted to host this ITFA educational session and to welcome the ITFA membership in the City. As a leading player in trade finance, we are keen to contribute to the growing understanding of trade-focused fintech propositions”, adds Jonathan Lonsdale, Director, Head of Securitisation & Repackaging, Trade Finance & Lending, Global Transaction Banking at Deutsche Bank. “Further automating trade origination and distribution processes and making increased use of transaction data through machine learning offers the potential to widen the reach of trade finance which is a priority for the industry.”

The agenda will feature the following speakers and fintechs:

16:00   Welcome
Sean Edwards, Chair, ITFA
Jonathan Lonsdale, Distribution & Credit Solutions, Deutsche Bank

16:10   Regulation driving banking transformation –  check out DB’s white paper
Polina Evstifeeva, Head of Regulatory Strategy, GTB Digital, Deutsche Bank

16:30   Panel 1 – Machine learning applied in the origination space
Moderator: Johanna Wissing, Director, Global Trade Sales, GTB, Lloyds Bank and and Member of ITFA Fintech Committee

17:30   Panel 2 – Machine learning and data technology applied in the distribution space
Moderator: Daniel Rymer, Head of Trade and Supply Chain, Mizuho EMEA and Member of ITFA Fintech Committee

18:00   Closing remarks and networking reception

The event will take place at Deutsche Bank offices (1 Great Winchester St, London EC2N 2DB) and is restricted to ITFA members with a maximum of 12 persons per ITFA member institution. A networking reception will take place from 18:00 till 20:00. Please register to the session by sending an email to ITFA.

We warmly thank Deutsche Bank for hosting this ITFA gathering and we look forward to welcome many of you on June 6th.

Also, contrary to prior communication, please note that the next TFD Initiative meeting was moved from June 6th to June 24th and will be hosted by HSBC at their Canary Wharf offices. More information will be shared directly with the members of the TFD Initiative.

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