513. Insights: Banking Architecture - How should banks structure their technology?
Simon Taylor are joined by some great guests from Google, Fronted and Synctera to talk about how banks structure their technology and why this can make transformation so difficult.
Simon is joined by some great guests to talk about to talk about banking architecture and how banking technology is structured.
We’re looking at how bank tech works today, how it's typically and histrocially been strucutred and why that playbook doesn't necessarily work in a digital age. We discuss the challenges the big banks currently face but also the opportunities that they could take advantage of and how to get there.
This week's guests include:
- Ewan Silver, 11:FS CTO
- Simon Van-Colina, CTO and Co-founder of Fronted
- Peter Hazlehurst, Co-founder and CEO and Synctera
- Christin Brown, Global Financial Services Strategy & Solutions Lead, at Google Cloud.
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Special Guests: Christin Brown, Ewan Silver, Peter Hazlehurst, and Simon Vans-Colina.