• Overview
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[By Invitation Only]

9 October 2019

IBF and MAS had earlier commissioned Ernst and Young to conducts a detailed study on the impact of wider integration of Data Analytics and Automoation on Manpower in the Singapore Financial Services Sector. The comprehensive study which was launched  reported that one-third of job roles in the financial services industry will be transformed as technologies such as data analytics and automation replace certain tasks, while half of the job roles will be "augmented" as people use new and emerging technologies to enhance their performance.

One of the key findings from the report was that the best ways to prepare the workforce is to look at the future skill requirements that will help job holders gain new capabilities or identify ways to enhance existing skill sets.

Join us for a power breakfast, to find out more how job roles will be transformed and how you can prepare your financial institution and employees to meet the challenges ahead. 

Event Details

Who Should ​Attend:

CEOs of Financial Institutions​





9 October 2019


8am - 10.30am​​


IBF Careers Connect​
#13-07/08 MAS Building
10 Shenton Way
Singapore 079117

Dress Code:

Business Attire



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Event Secretariat

​​CEO Power Breakfast - Prepare your workforce for the future

[By Invitation Only]

9 October 2019

Time       Activity

Breakfast and Networking


Welcome Address

8.35am​​"The Impact of Automation and Data Analytics on Financial Sector Workforce"
Lauren Bradbury, Director, People Advisory Services, EY
8.55amWorkforce Transformation & IBF Skills Framework           



Fireside Chat on Impact of Data Analytics & Automation            

  • Anuradha Purbey, People Director, Aviva
  • Yap Aye Wee, Head of Learning & Development, OCBC Bank
  • Lauren Bradbury, Director, People Advisory Services, EY (Moderator)