WEBINAR: Institute of International Finance — Technology exposes banks' vulnerabilities

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As part of the IIF's webinar series on global digital finance, European Central Bank supervisory board member Pentti Hakkarainen will deliver a keynote address and discuss the banks' ongoing investment in state-of-the-art technology and digital transformation, as well as the importance of keeping pace with both evolving customer expectations and new competitors. More details here.[.....]

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