19 April 2016
Taiwan

SWIFT Business Forum Taiwan 2016

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Tuesday, 19 April 2016
8:30 – 9:00 Registration and Morning Reception
9:00 – 9:30

Welcome Address

 

Host

  • Michael Cheung, Head of North Asia, Asia Pacific, SWIFT

Speaker

  • Derek Lo, Taiwan User Group Chairman
  • Meng-Chin Lin, President, Financial Information Services Co. Ltd

9:30 – 9:55

SWIFT Keynote Address

 

  • Philippe Dirckx, Managing Director, Head of Markets & Initiatives,  Asia Pacific, SWIFT
9:55 – 10:40

Innovation in Payments

 

This session will provide perspectives on innovation in the payments industry and the role of new technologies in further development of the Taiwan industry. Topics such as real time, ISO 20022 and cross-border payments will be discussed.

 

  • Qinwen Xiao, Director, Payments, Asia Pacific, SWIFT
  • Raphael Jansa, Market Manager, Institutional Cash Management, Global Transaction Banking, Deutsche Bank
  • T.S. Shankar, Managing Director, Head - Clearing and Liquidity Product Management- Banks, Transaction Banking, Standard Chartered Bank

  • Tiffany Liu, Vice President, Business Risk & Control Management Treasury & Trade Solutions Citibank Taiwan Ltd.

10:40 – 11:10 Coffee Break
11:10  – 12: 00

Fintech Evolution in Taiwan

 

Taiwan is already home to many of the world’s most innovative technology companies and is now showing a growing interest in FinTech, tying finance and technology together.

 

Host

  • Michael Cheung,  Head of North Asia, Asia Pacific, SWIFT

Speaker

 

 

  • Frank Lin, President, Ares
  • Chang-Cheng Chen, President, Bankpro
12:00 - 12:20

Overview on the Taiwanese Markets: An Analysis with SWIFT Data

 

  • Philippe Depasse, Senior Product Manager, Asia Pacific, SWIFT
12:20 – 13:30

Networking Luncheon

13:30 – 14:00

Introduction to Financial Standards ISO 20022

 

A global and open standard, ISO 20022 is open to anyone and provides fully established processes for maintenance, evolution and governance. With almost 200 market infrastructure driven initiatives already implementing ISO 20022 or considering adopting the standard for payments and securities transformation projects, ISO 20022 is widely recognised as the standard of the future when it comes to financial messaging.

 

  • Cindy Foo, Senior Standards Specialist, Asia Pacific, SWIFT
14:00 - 14:20

Gearing Taiwan’s Securities Market for Growth

 

What are the current hot topics on the minds of securities players across the globe?  How are SWIFT and the standardisation processes contributing to these initiatives, and what progress has been made?  How do these initiatives relate to the global, regional, and domestic securities marketplace? This session will provide an update on the securities landscape globally, regionally and in Taiwan, as well as some insights on what the next steps might be.

 

  • Philip Kwon, Director, Securities Markets, Asia Pacific, SWIFT
14:20 - 15:00

The innovation of custody service for foreign securities in Taiwan Market

 

  • Victor Wong, Assistant Vice President, TDCC
15:00 - 15:30 Coffee and Refreshments
15:30 - 16:00

Serving your corporates for growth
 

With the growing number of corporates connecting to SWIFT, demand is greater for banks to be ready to support corporates on-boarding. This session will give you an understanding of the corporates cash and treasury management trend and help you understand how banks can better support their customers’ needs in Taiwan.

 

  • Tom Alaerts, Head of Business Solutions, Asia Pacific, SWIFT
16:00

 Close of Conference

 

  • Jaslyn Chan, Taiwan Country Manager, SWIFT