Are networks and fintechs the solution to mastering the disruptions of today’s trade and supply chain landscape?
Across the world, the importance of supporting global supply chains and the financing of international trade is continuing to grow. However, the roadmap is complex, with an ongoing series of disruptions – ranging from the global financial crisis of 2008 to Brexit, trade wars to the global pandemic and even more recently the murmurs arising around industry practices –highlighting the need for further transformation, and participation within the marketplace of networks .
Against this backdrop, an insurgency of rules, regulations and standards are not only in development but a reality and bridging the gap between digitization and digital at source. The question still arises, how to navigate effectively through these highways on networks and fintechs to result in a destination that serves not only large corporate customers, but spans across supporting MSMEs in this new era of trade?
Our panel of experts span across the globe, and aim to explore:
Today’s challenges: What is the current landscape leading into 2025?
The weakest link: Where are the challenges in adoption and scalability?
Under the lens: Where should banks seek to focus on today, for tomorrow? Where do you start, when reviewing the best option to transform your trade or supply chain business?
Supporting global initiatives: The roadmap and participation in industry initiatives to enhance the journey to digital transformation.
Collaboration is the new innovation: What do banks need to do next to be a part of tomorrow’s ecosystem?