RBS attends world’s premier financial services event

RBS attends world’s premier financial services event

Starting as a banking operations seminar in 1978, Sibos is now the premier financial services conference, exhibition and networking event.

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05 October 2016

The first Sibos event was held in Brussels in 1978.

For one week every year, Sibos brings together 8,000 business leaders, decision makers and topic experts from a range of financial institutions, market infrastructures, multinational corporations and technology partners.

With hundreds of speakers and conference sessions, nearly 200 exhibitors, and multiple networking events, Sibos 2016 Geneva encouraged discussions on business strategy, building networks and collectively shapes the future of the financial industry.

Read more about RBS’s contribution to Sibos 2016:

Future of correspondent banks [PDF 380KB]

Payments are getting faster [PDF 614KB]

PSD2 [PDF 564KB]

Redefining the payments landscape [PDF 516KB]

UK payments landscape [PDF 996KB]

Understanding APIs [PDF 458KB]

Understanding Blockchain technology [PDF 506KB]

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