He will share how to compete across the payments industry amidst its digital shift.
Jason Ekberg is a partner and the head of corporate and institutional banking (CIB) practice at Oliver Wyman. With over 20 years of experience, Jason has worked on projects across all major financial centres globally and 30 separate countries, with specific Asia expertise in Greater China and Southeast Asia. Prior to Oliver Wyman, he worked with JP Morgan, Citibank, IBM and Royal Dutch Shell. Ekberg holds an MBA from Purdue University and a BBA from the University of Texas. He completed executive education at Harvard Business School.
Asian Banking & Finance reached out to Oliver Wyman for a glimpse of Ekberg’s discussion at the Digital Payments Summit.
What are Jason Ekberg’s previous experiences and positions that contributed to who he is as a banker/expert today?
Within CIB, he focuses on advising senior management, investors and regulators on a range of topics, spanning business strategy, transformation topics and digital innovation. Recently, he led the multi-year digital transformation of the wholesale banking sales force for SEA bank. He also completed the multi-year P2P supply chain finance platform build for the top 3 players in China, including IPO support. His recent published reports include “Time for Marketplace Lending: Addressing Indonesia's Missing Middle” and “Future of Asian Banking: Crouching Tigers.”
Can you give us a glimpse of what Jason will share at the ABF Digital Payments Summit 2019?
Jason will talk about the rise of emerging payment competitors in addressing cross-border challenges.
The 2019 ABF Digital Payments Summit will take place on 28 August in Hong Kong. To learn more about the event, click here. To register, click here. For inquiries, you may contact Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +65 3158 1386 ext 212
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