Banks and other financial institutions have been relatively slow to migrate to cloud despite their public pronouncements. As a sector they face several unique challenges as well as opportunities. Firstly, they are subject to regulatory constraints that vary between countries. Secondly, they have large investments in core applications and infrastructures that have lengthy depreciation cycles. Thirdly, they face intense competition for talent needed to affect cloud migration.

In this discussion, evening focusing specifically on cloud migration within FS – UK and Germany, we seek to share the key issues and opportunities facing this sector such as:

  • Converting legacy applications to become cloud-native: at what cost and at what speed
  • Removing regulatory and security obstacles by collaborating with hyper scalers
  • Developing and sourcing the necessary skills to accelerate migration to cloud

Infosys invites you to join us at Haymarket Hotel on the 29 June at 18.00 to share and discuss these important topics. Manish Malhotra, Regional Head – Financial Services & Public Services of Infosys will introduce the topic with reference to recent use cases within major banks. Roger Camrass of CIONET will host the session. As with all CIONET events we believe that this will help empower you in your digital leadership role.


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