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Vaibhav Grover

Vaibhav Grover

Senior Director at Sutherland
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Career History Worked with Infosys Ltd., as a Senior Functional Consultant on a leading Core Banking System handling solution design, implementation and support. Worked with a large UK based Bank, leading Liability Operations Worked with leading private sector Indian Banks in Retail Banking.


Financial Risk Management

Is your transformation risk-proof?

21 Jan 2022

This article is co-authored by Vaibhav Dubey, Priyanka Mishra, Suresh Thevar & Vaibhav Grover Banking continues to be in the forefront of driving digital and process transformation. Many banks are on a transformation journey when it comes to core banking or back-office operations. These journeys are initially focused on cost reduction, making e...

Disruption in Retail Banking

How can Banks use COVID19 crisis to advance the future?

24 Jul 2020

In one of the office discussions I heard a colleague say – “The bank you thought you would be in 2025 is the bank that you need to be tomorrow!”. This was such a ‘powerful’ statement that it got stuck in my mind. It forced me to think –can Banks use Covid 19 crisis to their advantage and advance the future for Banking? There have been some interes...


Asia Financial Services

How Asian Banks are revolutionizing the customer onboarding

26 Nov 2019

Introduction As per a report from Forbes1, from 1980 to 2010, the Chinese, Japanese and South Korean banking industries' assets expanded 20, 15 and 13 fold respectively. And, as per One Road research2, post 2010 the Asian banking markets have demonstrated continuous and consistent growth as compared to their counterparts in US & Europe. The b...


Disruption in Retail Banking

How fintechs are revolutionizing the customer onboarding process

19 Mar 2019

As per a recent CNBC report (1), In US, fintech companies accounted for 38 percent of all US personal loans in 2018. That's a revolutionary growth from just 5 percent in 2013. On the other hand, traditional banks' share of these loans has fallen down to a mere 28 percent that used to be 40 percent in 2013. Fintechs are surely heading in the right ...