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Sibos Diaries: Talking Banknotes

Adieu Sibos 2016, See you in Toronto. Read the final Sibos blog by Phil Cantor, Head of Digital Transaction Banking & CMO, iGTB 

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Sibos Diaries: Wireless eggs

Phil Cantor, Head of Digital Transaction Banking & CMO, iGTB goes party hopping and shows off his magic skills. Intrigued if he got any work done at Sibos? Read on to find out

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Sibos Diaries: When the rubber hits the road.

Well this is where the rubber hits the road.  Where push comes to shove.  Where it gets real.

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Sibos Diaries: Sole fish for the soul

Annual blog on Sibos by Phil Cantor, Head of digital and CMO, iGTB

The side that never sees Sibos

This is a paean of praise.  For the guys in the back room.  They work, they slog, they have not had a weekend in months, they work late into the night (I even found to my horror that one night they didn't check out until 6am!)  But they never actually get to go to Sibos.

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Sibos Diaries: The unseen side of Sibos

Get a glimpse into what it takes to put up a spectacular Sibos show. The blog by Phil Cantor, Head of Digital and CMO, iGTB, gives a sneak peek at the prep going on right now.

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Corporate banking on the watch

CBX, the 

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Sibos Diaries: Letter from Geneva

The iGTB team has arrived in Genvea ( well France to be precise) in prepration for Sibos and the 4th Annual GTB Advisory event. Phil Cantor, Head of Digital and CMO, recounts the adventures about to begin.

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Sibos Diaries: Countdown to Sibos 2016

The Sibos Diaries are back!!!

As the countdown to the biggest event in the Transaction Banking industry- Sibos 2016- begins, read iGTB Head of Digital and CMO, Phil Cantor's annual blog series, as he chronicles the happenings and key highlights of the event.

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When Many is Not More

Tapan Agarwal – Risk Product Council Chair

18 May 2016

Banks are the one place certain to use technology; but many systems – sometimes too many – can plague efficiency, eat into profitability and compound risk. What happens when many stops being more?

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The Danger That Lies Within

Tapan Agarwal – Risk Product Council Chair

11 May, 2016

Almost half the incidents of serious economic crimes are perpetrated by internal parties. Internal fraud poses just as grave a risk as external fraud does. How can automated systems, reduce manual intervention and in turn lower incidents of risk? 

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