Agenda | Location

Innovation is an organization’s ability to respond to change. We’re currently facing a perfect storm of change from digital disruption, the changing regulatory environment, and increasing customer expectations. Companies who wish to survive in the future must exist in a constant state of transformation. Financial institutions can’t just have a digital strategy – they need to have a business strategy focused on thriving in a fully digital world.

EY’s Roger Park, Financial Services Innovation Lead, will offer insights and outline the guiding principles for how financial organizations can industrialize innovation to enable digital enterprise transformation and maintain a sustainable competitive advantage. This will be followed by an engaging discussion with financial services professionals and solution providers about strategy and transformation, asset acceleration, events and facilitation and operations coordination.

Agenda

8:30AM-9:00AM Registration and Breakfast

9:00AM-9:05AM WSTA Introductions: Alec Polnarev, SVP- Head of Enterprise Infrastructure, Harvard Management Company and a WSTA Director

9:05AM-9:30AM “Industry Perspectives” & Moderator

9:30AM-11:00AM Panel Discussion

11:00AM- Panel Concludes


Eligible for CPE Credits

Field of Study: Information Technology
Prerequisites: None
Delivery Method: Group Live
Program Level: Overview
Advanced Preparation: None

For more information regarding refund, complaint, and/or program cancellation policies, please contact the WSTA at mary.servetah@wsta.org.

Registration Information

WSTA Corporate and Individual members receive complimentary admission to WSTA Panel Discussions. See if your financial firm is currently a WSTA Member.
Non-Member Registration
Financial Industry professionals are eligible to attend for $250. To complete your Non-Member Registration, click here. Vendors and Service providers must sponsor to attend.

Cancellation

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Address:
Loews Boston Hotel
154 Berkeley Street
Boston, MA
02116