Venue: Dubai

Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Event Date/Time: Jun 06, 2011 End Date/Time: Jun 07, 2011
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Need for the conference:

Efficiency is a key factor for a bank or any corporate entity to ensure that a win-win situation occurs to improve the process line, people, stakeholders and customers of the bank. No matter what business a bank commences, operations and technology will behave as the backbone of the same.
Middle East banks are now investing into technology and are considering the role of the CIO to ensure stability across all processes within the bank from the back office to the front office. The challenge in today’s bank is to create value for all businesses through technology. In 2011, will CIOs regard their role as just a business entity supporter or do they consider themselves as business leaders? Rejoicing growth in your business with an effective IT strategy will be every CIOs call in today’s global financial market.

Speaking Panel:

Umesh Kalelkar, QFCRA Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority
Director: Information Technology
Dr. Ahmad A. Al-Yamani SAGIA | Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority
Chief Technology Officer
Fady Sleiman, GE Capital
Chief Information Officer: Global Banking – Middle East and Africa
Clive Haswell, Standard Chartered Bank
Chief Information Officer – Middle East and North Africa
Mohamed A. Mohamed Ahmed, Banque Misr
General Manager – Information Technology and Communications
Faraz Kohari, Commercial International Bank
Chief Information Officer
Fiaz Mansha, Gatehouse Bank Plc
Executive Vice President and Head of Information Technology
Ghazi Qarout, Al Hilal Bank
Senior Vice President and Head of Information Technology

Key Topics:

Learn about Creating value for Business through Information Technology
Rejoicing Growth in your Business with an Effective IT Strategy
Explore New and Effective IT Delivery Models
Implication of Basel III and its Role & Impact on Banking Technology
Benefit by going Green and apply Cloud Computing and Data Centre Management Strategies
Leverage with the Region’s Best Business Technology Practices
Discover New Technologies and more insights on Security, PMO and Standardisation

Who should attend:

Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer, General Managers, Senior Vice Presidents, Senior Managers, Directors and Heads of:
Information Technology, IT Governance, IT Audit, Information Security, Bank Automation, IT Risk, IT Projects, IT Strategy, Network Management, Technology Services, Consumer Technology, Corporate Technology, GTS, Operations & Technology, IT Systems and Electronic Banking.