Our solutions combine industry leading domain consulting with state of the art technology expertise to help our clients simplify,
digitize and transform
Virtusa provides an industry leading Open Banking API platform, which is powered by a BIAN compliant microservices based architecture. The platform accelerates the delivery of innovative features and functionality to banks, customers and FinTechs.
Virtusa’s solutions are helping banks both increase fraud protection as well as help reduce the cost of financial crime prevention. We bring expertise with in navigating the cyber landscape, providing threat and counter threat intelligence while protecting their assets in support of seamless business operations.
Virtusa has been at the forefront of payments disruption and open banking with comprehensive solutions in helping banks better serve the corporate merchant electronic & contactless payments, cross-border payments, mobile wallets, real-time payments, payment exception automation and mPOS.
Virtusa solutions leverage cognitive, AI and robotic technologies to drive extreme automation, customer experience and productivity improvement. Our solution offerings include areas such as covenant monitoring, trade finance, customer service, alert case management, KYC and customer onboarding, intelligent document automation, corporate relationship pricing and AI powered product recommendations engine.
As banks focus on reducing cost of compliance, they need to adopt technology solutions that enable intelligent and automated handling of regulation-related processes. Virtusa provides solutions around AML, financial crime, transaction monitoring, KYC, reporting workbenches, risk monitoring and model validation.
Bob Graham, our EVP & Global Head - Solutions, explains how Virtusa is helping clients simplify operations and technology for greater efficiencies, digitize systems and processes for improved customer experience and transform the business through next-generation platforms.
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Practice Head – Corporate Banking
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Practice Head – Risk & Compliance
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Combining our deep technology capabilities with our vast domain experience, Virtusa offers unique solution accelerators across the
corporate banking value-chain.
Banks and financial institutions are challenged to innovate and transform. Embracing digital levers are the only way forward to stay relevant in this highly competitive environment. The adoption of an API and microservices architecture helps bank become a lot nimbler to change. Standardization of APIs provides further optimization that banks can utilize to increase the pace of transformation and integration with other complementary innovation providers such as FinTechs.
Listen to BIAN as they discuss the trends in banking and microservices standardization through the reuse of Open Source. This will be followed by a case study presentation by Virtusa on the BIAN API exchange and how it can bolster innovation while ensuring effective collaboration.
When? Tuesday, October 23, 2018 | 16:15 to 16:45 hours
Where? Open Theatre 1 | Exhibition Level 1 | ICC
Head of Platforms
Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN)
When? Wednesday, October 24, 2018 | 12:15 to 13:00 hours
Where? Meeting Room E3.9 | Level 3 | ICC
Senior Director, CRM Solutions for Financial Services
SVP & Head Payments & Cards Practice
Senior Director, Digital Process Automation Practice
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