At Sibos this year we’ll be showcasing some of the latest use cases of the FNA Platform. Each day, we’ll be holding two sessions at our stand to show how our technology can help FMIs, Regulators and institutions. A full list is below, including timings so if you’d like to come along, please feel free to do so.

Location: Stand C37, Discovery Zone 

Payment System Modernisation
Monday 23rd at 13.00
Dave Sissens talks how analytics & simulation are essential for anyone building new payment and settlement infrastructures.

Network Analysis & Interconnectedness
Monday 23rd at 15.00
Ivana Ruffini showcases how to map financial networks and leverage these mappings to identify and evaluate associated risks.

Liquidity Optimisation
Tuesday 24th at 12.00
Ivana Ruffini discusses different ways the FNA platform allows an institution or a payment system to optimise liquidity.

Liquidity Monitoring
Tuesday 24th at 15.30
Ivana Ruffini showcases FNA dashboards for liquidity monitoring in FMIs and at banks.

Related Party Analysis
Wednesday 25th at 12.00
Andreas Jensen shows how FNA’s clients automate the identification of related parties for CDD and how to easily explore these complex networks visually.

Stress Testing for Cyber Risk
Wednesday 25th at 15.00
Bimal Patel will show how FNAs clients simulate the impacts of cyber attacks and other operational risks.

Future Proofing your FMI
Thursday 26th at 10.30
Dave Sissens shows what you need to take into consideration and how to get started future proofing your FMI from analytics perspective.

As well as holding these demos, we’re speaking alongside SWIFT about using advanced analytics as an investigative tool, and hosting a panel discussion about the future of clearing.

We look forward to seeing you!

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