Cloud Financial Services Asia is the thought-leading forum on cloud and financial services in Asia. Taking place on the 23-24th February in Hong Kong, this event aims to bring together cloud infrastructure and architecture leads from major financial institutions with both local and international solution providers.

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Featuring 25+ expert speakers including representatives from the China Construction Bank, Ageas Insurance, AWS and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority the Cloud Financial Services Asia 2016 event in the only APAC summit dedicated to cloud deployment in financial services.

Having attended (and spoke at) the last event held in New York City, I would suggest that it is an event well worth attending. Deep insights within the financial services industry and cloud infrastructure migrations will be explained as well as current and future solutions explained and demonstrated. In the regulated world of Fintech and the associated IT Infrastructure solutions it is imperative to have a solid understanding of the trends and governance changes that are occurring around the world and not just one region. With the Cloud Financial Services Asia event I believe that you will not be disappointed, and that you will come back educated, informed and happy knowing that the takeaways will be valuable to your business.

it is imperative to have a solid understanding of the trends and governance changes that are occurring around the world and not just one region

The agenda has been specifically designed to provide the depth of knowledge required to inform a complex procedure such as moving core infrastructure services to the world of financial cloud, and to facilitate a unique networking opportunity.

In a heavily regulated, some would say restricted, world of technology and banking its difficult to see the wood for the trees. Financial Services has always been a complex mix of regulation/compliance and governance and with emerging technologies that quite simply “change the rules” for banking (Blockchain etc al) you need to stay in and ahead of the game.

The executive level summit is a key networking and information sharing forum for thought leaders and early adopters in Hong Kong,

Key agenda topics include creating a pan-Asian regulatory framework

Key agenda topics include creating a pan-Asian regulatory framework, protecting critical data in the cloud and how to optimise your cloud implementation and migration process.

The program is not just a discussion about the benefits of cloud but a guide to successful implementation.

With a mixture of keynote presentations, panel discussions and breakout sessions the event will provide both the depth and breadth of knowledge required to support your organisations transition to the cloud.

10 reasons to attend Cloud Financial Services Asia

  1. The only event in the region dedicated to cloud adoption in financial services, no other event offers such a specific focused agenda on key financial vertical challenges
  2. Over 120 Executive and Director level stakeholders from major financial institutions will be in attendance
  3. Key regulators are in attendance to give their perspective on how to create a regulatory framework for cloud adoption in Asia to boom
  4. In depth presentations and thought leading panel discussions giving new insights to attendees
  5. Dedicated networking breaks to facilitate 1-1 networking
  6. A collection of the most innovative cloud solution providers will be joining the discussion to show how their solutions can help financial institutions in achieving their goals
  7. Join the emerging cloud and IT community in Hong Kong who are converging to share their outlook for their year
  8. Reaffirm long standing relationships with industry executives and cement your partnerships ahead of competitors
  9. Meet new partners who are interested in moving processes to the cloud
  10. Start the Chinese New year by bolstering your knowledge and partner base and speaking with new potential partners before budgets are allocated