A Conversation Between Digital Leaders

The Blueprint to Building a Digital-First Bank in Africa

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About the Fireside Chat

During this fireside chat, digital leaders from around the globe share exclusive insights on the digital banking revolution in Africa. Together, they discuss the magic formula needed to build a digital-first bank that will power economic growth by adapting to the market needs of today.

Access exclusive insights from:

  • Dr. Terence G. Sibiya, Group Managing Executive, NedBank
  • Jouk Pleiter, CEO, Backbase
  • Omar Ben Yedder, Group Publisher & MD, IC Publications

What You’ll Learn:

  • Creating a culture of innovation
  • Implementing customer-led digital change
  • The role of regulators
  • Facilitating multi-country implementation
  • The outlook for 2021 on digital banking in Africa

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