In the short run, the sphere of finance could be governed by blockchain technologies. A crypto currency backed up with efficient infrastructure may increase global cost reduction for all market participants and change the entire banking system. Bitcoin and Blockchain will do for payments what internet did for communication. B&B cannot be ignored any more.
Infosys Finacle will be addressing one of the largest gatherings of the UAE blockchain communities at the ‘Let’s Blockchain the World Together’ Conference at the Marriott Downtown, Abu Dhabi, on December 8.
Meet us at the event to discover how our Blockchain framework can you help you make your process around – remittances, smart contracts and trade finance more efficient. We invite you to join us for a presentation at 11:30 AM where Infosys Finacle will be co-presenting with Emirates NBD on ‘The power of Blockchain technology in the world of banking’. Meet us to explore what we can do for your financial institution.
Associate Vice President and Head of Product Strategy, Infosys Finacle
Rajashekara Maiya is responsible for charting the product strategy of Finacle, the flagship banking solution of Infosys. This role includes responsibility for, defining the detailed product roadmap, strategic acquisition & alliance partner identification & management, client engagement and representation of the company with external stakeholders such as analysts and media. Maiya specialises in risk management, regulations and complianceand has been quoted on these and other topics in publications such as Forbes, The Banker, Banking Technology and the Economic Times. He is also visiting faculty to many universities, and speaks regularly at SIBOS, Asian Banker, MEED and others. He is on the expert panel of the McKinsey Quarterly, a member of the XBRL Abstract Modelling Task Force (AMTF) Group and is an Associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He holds patents and pending patent granting in areas such as partner portals, delivery channels, offline banking and customer experience.Prior to joining Infosys in 1997 Maiya was an audit manager within an accountancy practice. He holds a master’s degree in commerce, specialising in banking, costing and taxation.