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Prasenjit Das

Prasenjit Das

Banking Practice Leader at NIIT Technologies Limited
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Bio Banking practice Manager working mainly in Retail Banking and Risk Management -Basel,Dodd Frank,AML and FATCA and Regulatory reporting backed by Industry experience in wholesale and Retail banking Career History Started career in the managerial cadre (Probationary Officer) with State Bank Of India -The largest Indian Bank and moved on to ICICI Bank Ltd -Largest Private Sector Bank .Extensive & in depth exposure in corporate banking ,risk management and compliance .


Banking Strategy, Digital and Transformation

Advent of 5G ! Can Banks do what Uber did in 4G?

17 Sep 2019

Innovation Landscape – Opportunities in Open Banking Customised/New Product Process and People Alignment Advent of 5G Advance in Data & Analytics Progress in Natural Language Understanding & AI Table of Contents 1. Introduction. 4 2. Business Driver. 5 3. What We Have Today. 7 4. Appro


Apple Pay turns '1' -The Myth of Fintech Disruption

05 Oct 2015

Apple did pick up a big compartment within the financial services industry that can be potentially revolutionized by a tech innovation almost a year ago when it launched the Apple Pay. At the event Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook sounded quite collaborative when he described that the magnetic stripe card payment process as broken for its reliance...



Fintech Insurgency - Disrupting IT Outsourcers Silently By Partnering The Banks

22 Aug 2015

Accenture’s not talking about outsourcing so much these days, but can pitch a strong digital message, says CEO Pierre Nanterme which resonates across the Atlantic when Andy Murray, British tennis ace made headlines recently and this time it’s off the court by teaming up with Seedrs, an up-and-coming British crowdfunding platform through which smal...


Confronting the digital disruption - A Banks’ Anti Dote

12 Jul 2015

Francisco González, chairman and CEO of Spanish banking group BBVA states that 50% banks in the world could disappear by ignoring digital transformations and that BBVA will be a software company not a bank anymore by 2020, he points out the disastrously antiquated systems incl. IT systems, "spaghetti" systems totally unable to cope with ...


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