13 July 2020
8 hours per week
4 live virtual sessions per week
The Digital Banking Innovation programme is one of the offerings in the Imperial Virtual Programme portfolio, characterised by live interactive sessions with faculty. This two-week virtual programme offers participants the opportunity to explore, understand and visualise the impact of emergent technologies, delivery mechanisms, and the impact of fintechs and non-financial disruptors on the status quo of traditional business models within financial services.
Through this interactive programme you will:
Growth of UK digital banks in the second half of 2019
SOURCE: ACCENTURE, DIGITAL BANKING TRACKER, 2020
Of bankers believe intelligent technologies will transform their industry
SOURCE: ACCENTURE, FUTURE WORKFORCE SURVEY - BANKING, 2018
At Imperial College London, our world-leading experts have combined scientific rigour with practical experience and the latest research to develop immersive virtual programmes – delivered in real time – in several areas of commerce, leadership and innovation so you can define the very future of business. Let us meet you where you are – and take you where you want to be.
The course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview for executives interested in changing banking models and innovations in the way clients and customers access and interact with financial products. We delve into the reasons that these changes have occurred, who is driving this change, who is funding the growth and who is creating new propositions. We also look at the future of this new world order and what it might look like in years to come.
This two-week virtual programme features 90-minute live faculty lectures with a Q&A at the end of each session. The sessions include engaging “try-it” and crowdsourcing features that help create an interactive, personalised and supportive learning experience.
This session explores the drivers of disruption and the different business models being harnessed to disrupt the banking sector.
This session will work through the different methods of building and adapting operations to digitise.
Building on how to set up digital banking operations, this session will provide techniques on how to identify emerging customer needs, as well as acquire and on-board new customers in a digital ecosystem. This session will also focus on the impact and influence of social media.
This session provides a framework for managing cyber risk and introduces regulatory practices for a new digital bank.
This session covers the future of digital banking and opportunities to scale a start-up business unit.
The final session draws the previous sessions together to articulate a bespoke solution in the form of a roadmap for each participant.
Note: Each session commences at 9:00 AM BST.
Harveen Chugh, Programme Director
Harveen Chugh is a Senior Teaching Fellow in Entrepreneurship and the Digital Banking Innovation Programme Director at Imperial College Business School…
Deeph Chana, Imperial College Business School
Deeph Chana has extensive experience working on world-leading STEM in academia, industry and government and brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Imperial Executive …
Helene Panzarino, Imperial College Business School
Originally a Commercial Banker with one of the largest global banks, Helene Panzarino is a highly experienced Investment Readiness Consultant and Entrepreneur…
Daniel Rowles, Imperial College Business School
Daniel Rowles is a digital marketing expert and lecturer at Imperial College Business School. He is Chief Executive of Target Internet, an online digital marketing trainingl…
Nelson Phillips, Imperial College Business School
Nelson Phillips is the Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy and the Associate Dean of External Relations at Imperial College Business School….
Upon completion of the programme, participants will be awarded a verified Digital Certificate by Imperial College Business School Executive Education.DOWNLOAD BROCHURE
Note: As a live executive education programme, participant attendance and contribution is key to the learning experience and value of the programme. As such, participants are required to attend (or watch recordings of) 80% of the live sessions to receive their Certificate of Participation.