London, 7 December 2017 – After a break of six years, Sibos 2017 returned to the Canadian city of Toronto—a city that is vying for a spot as a global hub for financial technology—and fintech innovation was a dominant theme at this year’s conference. Blockchain and artificial intelligence again featured prominently on the agenda, and data analytics was a new topic. Among these innovation and fintech subjects, however, cybersecurity was the standout concern of Sibos 2017.
This report rounds up the key discussion topics from the event and evaluates how each of these fits into SWIFT’s strategic agenda.
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This report mentions AliPay, Amazon, B-Hive, BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank, Digital Asset, DTCC, ECB, Equifax, Facebook, FCA, Google, Microsoft, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Nasdaq, National Australia Bank, Payments Canada, Pendo Systems, Royal Bank of Canada, SEC, SIFMA, Societe General, Sony, StartupBlink, Suade Labs, SWIFT, Target, Tencent, Uber, VP Securities, and Yahoo.