Virtual Executive Roundtable
How Payments Modernization and
Digital Transformation go Hand in Hand in Latin America
11 March, 2021
11 AM CT
In Partnership with
According to McKinsey, Latin America is the fastest-growing region in the world for financial services revenues, at 12% annual growth. The key to maintaining this growth, and to securing a greater share of the opportunity for financial institutions in the face of stiff competition, is digital transformation.
Many digital transformation initiatives, for both retail and corporate banks, are driven by the front-end customer experience, as well as the need to support new open banking regulations. However, end-to-end digital transformation cannot be achieved unless banks also prioritize payments modernization.
Key Discussion Points
Why payments modernization is essential to achieve the objectives of digital transformation in Latin America
The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and shifts in customer demand on modernization priorities
The competitive risk and opportunity cost of falling behind in payments
How real-time / instant payments, next-generation cross-border, ISO 20022, and open banking are driving payments modernization
The key role of cloud and Payments as a Service (PaaS) in an effective modernization strategy for Latin American banks
11.00 am CT
Welcome and Introductions | Connect Global Group
11.10 am CT
Open Discussion | Live discussion and interaction between roundtable attendees and panelists
12.25 pm CT
Closing Remarks | Volante Technologies
Executive Roundtable Panel
Executive Roundtable Participants from
About our Partner
Volante Technologies is the leading global provider of cloud payments and financial messaging solutions to accelerate digital transformation. We serve as a trusted partner to over 100 banks, financial institutions, market infrastructures, clearing houses, and corporate treasuries in 35 countries. Our solutions and services process millions of transactions and trillions in value every day, powering four of the top five corporate banks, 40% of all US commercial bank deposits, and 70% of worldwide card traffic.