Sibos is the world’s premier financial services event organised by SWIFT featuring the world’s leading experts in banking, payments, securities services, technology, FX and more, Sibos was the hub for the financial industry’s brightest minds and ideas in 2020.
Sibos 2020 took to the digital sphere as an online event due to the COVID-19 pandemic, becoming the largest Sibos ever with a record-breaking 22,000+ registered delegates, over 200 speakers and more than 100 Sibos partners.
Strong managerial background with senior level experience and cross sector experience. Have worked in many different roles within financial services industry and have a solid understanding of the challenges that faces financial institutions today.
Strategic mindset and vision, able to manage and implement plans with a proven track record of explicitly supporting business and customer needs. Deep understanding of all aspects of Banking including the importance of creating unique customer experiences.
Often asked to speak at both internal and external events.
Alison Rose is the Group Chief Executive Officer of NatWest Group, an organisation she joined as a graduate. In March 2019, she was invited by the UK Government to lead a review of the barriers to women starting a business. She launched The Rose Review which later uncovered that closing the gender gap would contribute £250 billion to the UK economy.
Alison is a passionate supporter of NatWest’s Entrepreneur Accelerator programme, an innovative initiative supporting start-up businesses across the UK. She’s a regular face on calls and in meetings with the bank’s various employee-led networks, of which she’s the executive sponsor.
Alison has previously been shortlisted for the 'most influential woman in investment banking' award by Financial News, included in the Women in FinTech Powerlist and named in Vogue’s Top 25 Most Influential Women.
Prior to her current role, Alison was Deputy CEO of NatWest Holdings and CEO of the Commercial and Private Banking business. She has also held several senior roles across the Group including Head of Europe, Middle East and Africa, Markets & International Banking; Global Head of International Banking Capital and Balance Sheet; and Head of Leveraged Finance.
Alison serves on numerous boards in various roles. She’s a non-executive Director of Great Portland Estates plc; and sits on the board of Coutts Charitable Foundation. She’s also a Trustee of Business in the Community and Chair of the Business in the Community Scottish Advisory Board. A
Satya Nadella is Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft. Before being named CEO in February 2014, Nadella held leadership roles in both enterprise and consumer businesses across the company.
Joining Microsoft in 1992, he quickly became known as a leader who could span a breadth of technologies and businesses to transform some of Microsoft’s biggest product offerings.
Most recently, Nadella was executive vice president of Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise group. In this role he led the transformation to the cloud infrastructure and services business, which outperformed the market and took share from competition. Previously, Nadella led R&D for the Online Services Division and was vice president of the Microsoft Business Division. Before joining Microsoft, Nadella was a member of the technology staff at Sun Microsystems.
Originally from Hyderabad, India, Nadella lives in Bellevue, Washington. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Mangalore University, a master’s degree in computer science from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Chicago. Nadella serves on the board of trustees to Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and his alma mater the University of Chicago, as well as the Starbucks Board of Directors.
2020 year's theme was driving the evolution of smart finance and the programme was included explores how the financial industry can make better decisions and run smarter businesses, while optimising technology and data.
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