Building a data-driven culture in banking.

Featured Speaker: Anil Saboo, Google

03 December 2020
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Building a data-driven culture in banking.

Organisations worldwide are investing trillions to become more data-driven, yet only 8% manage to successfully harness value from their data. Unfortunately banks are no exception. They have enormous amounts of customer data at their disposal, yet very few fully optimise the value of this resource.

In order for financial institutions to truly meet consumer demands and remain competitive, a cultural shift in approach, process and attitudes toward data is imperative.


With expert insights from Anil Saboo, Head of Financial Services Partnerships at Google and Eelco Boonstra, Managing Director EMEA at Mambu, we look beyond the technology and examine the key drivers behind building a successful, data-driven financial institution.

 

Our speakers

  • Anil Saboo

    Head of Financial Services Partnerships, Google

  • Eelco-Jan Boonstra

    Managing Director EMEA, Mambu

Chapter overview

  • from 02:06

    Why should banks care about being data- driven?

  • from 06:05

    The key steps to building and then nurturing a data-driven culture.

  • from 09:56

    How to keep a data-driven approach authentic?

  • from 16:48

    Best practices for a stronger data-driven mindset.

  • from 21:41

    Will a post covid world see a greater focus on data-driven mindsets?

Anil-saboo

Leveraging of data will help create specific products that solve for value, friction and speed to market.  

Anil Saboo

Head of Financial Services Partnerships, Google

eelco-jan-boonstrap

If banks keep pushing products without using data to better understand their customer needs first, they are missing a great opportunity …  

Eelco-Jan Boonstra

Managing Director EMEA, Mambu

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Featured Speaker: Anil Saboo, Google

Anil Saboo leads financial services industry partnerships at Google Cloud, where he has worked for the past two years leading partnerships in many areas including AI and Machine Learning. Prior to Google, Anil worked at SAP and Oracle in a multitude of roles, including leading partnerships across multiple technology areas and industries including financial services. Over the last 20 years, he has worked in the technology industry across multiple disciplines including product management, product marketing, business development and strategic alliances.

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