On the 20th February at 1pm GMT/UTC, 4pm EAT/9am AST, BankBI's Director of Business Development, Connor Blake, and BankBI CEO Graham Goble are hosting a webinar on the advantages of automated regulatory reporting.
Regulatory Reporting Without the Fuss
Our webinar reviews the current opportunities for automation in regulatory and finance reporting processes. We highlight how the traditional, manual approach to regulatory reporting utilised by the majority of banks is both time-consuming and inefficient; not to mention error-prone and severely lacking in visibility. We then compare this to BankBI’s automated, cloud-based solution, explaining how this enables you to:
- Streamline the reporting process without compromising on the accuracy of your data (saving hundreds or even thousands of hours)
- Transition from a monthly or quarterly, to a daily reporting cycle
- Leverage powerful analytics tools to gain deeper business insights and manage risk
- Better organise report schedules for increased control
- Eliminate errors to preserve the integrity of your reports
- Adapt to changing regulatory requirements, making it easier to remain compliant with central bank regulations
- Create a clear audit trail for complete financial visibility, even down to the branch level
To support our claims, we take a closer look at how we helped transform regulatory reporting at Stanbic Bank Zambia. Before taking you under the bonnet of BankBI’s cloud-native software to reveal exactly how we go about simplifying the process of regulatory reporting.
Your Questions Answered
The webinar will conclude with a short, 15-minute Q&A session.
Here, you’ll be able to pick our brains on any of the topics covered during the demonstration. Whether that’s the specific benefits to be gained from migrating to our automated, software as a service model, or more technical questions about the way we construct your reports.
We recommend preparing your questions in advance.
If you’re interested in attending, head over to our registration page using the link below.