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Jobs in Banking : How will they change?

IBF Fireside Chat co-organised with e2i

27 Jun 2019

With the rise in the use of Data Analytics and Automation in the financial industry, we can expect the future of jobs in the financial sector look very different.

The IBF and MAS recently commissioned a study to ascertain ‘The Impact of Wider Integration of Data Analytics and Automation on Manpower in the Singapore Financial Services Sector.’ Come join us for an insightful evening as we invite senior representatives from the IBF, NTUC and the banking sector to share the key findings from the study and their take on how jobs are expected to be transformed.

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Event Details

Who Should Attend: Professionals in the banking industry, especially those in consumer banking.     



Date: 27 Jun 2019
Time: 7pm - 8.30pm
Venue:  IBF Careers Connect
#13-07/08 MAS Building
10 Shenton Way
Singapore 079117
Dress Code: Business attire
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Jobs in Banking: How will they change?

IBF Fireside Chat co-organised with e2i 

27 Jun 2019

Time Activity

Opening Remarks           


Sharing of Key Findings from Manpower Study

Mr Paul Teo, Deputy Director, Corporate Communications.

Panel Discussion     

Mr Dean Tong, Managing Director and Head of Group Resources, UOB

Mr Jeremy Soo, Managing Director and Head of Consumer Banking Group, DBS

Mr Ng Nam Sin, CEO, IBF

Mr Partrick Tay, Asst Sec-Gen, NTUC


End of Session