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Welcome Opening Remarks by Khun Thirachai Phuvanatnaranubala BIIA Chairman.

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Embracing Digitization 
Opening Keynote by His Excellency Dr. Pichet, Minister of Digital Economy and Society at the recent BIIA 2017  Biennial Conference in Bangkok, Thailand

In his riveting speech Dr. Pichet emphasized the importance of digitization in economic and social development. In order to realize the benefits of digitization we need to look far
ahead he said. One also needs to create some tangible benefits quickly otherwise citizens will become restless or disinterested. Tangible benefits would be income, not just e-learning.

To keep villagers employed in their villages they need access to the internet to engage in e-commerce. Without income they would be forced to migrate into metropolitan centers such as Bangkok,which would not be good for Bangkok nor the villages.  ”Speed is of essence: What took three months before has to be done in three weeks or even in three days. So I have become quite a slave driver these days,” he commented. If we don’t move fast we will become legacy like dinosaurs.

Cyber Security,Identity management, untangling of regulations and the creation of incentive for start-ups and innovators as well as private / public partnerships are high on the list of initiatives of his ministry.

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Technology Keynote: Where Will Technology Take Our Industry and the Businesses of our Clients?
Moderated by Tom Mouhsian – Principal Analyst, Customer Experience (APAC), Forrester Research

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Where Will Technology Take Our Industry? Taking into consideration the commentary of Forrester Research, information executives will express their views of the likely impact of technology trends on their respective businesses.
Moderated by Anthony Scriffignano, Chief Data Scientist, Dun & Bradstreet Corporation

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Fintech:  BIIA and the Thai Fintech Association will be producing an exciting session about the future of Fintech in the region and to explore whether there can be a mutually beneficial relationship with this new industry.
Moderated by Dr. Karndee Leopairote, Managing Director of C Asian

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Fraud and Cybercrime In the Age of Digitization
Moderated by Neil Munroe, Deputy Managing Director BIIA, Founder of CRS Insights

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Dinner Key Note about India:  Building the Infrastructure for a Truly Digital Economy and Financial Inclusion – Aadhar, Payment banks, Unified Payment Interface (UPI), India Stack.  What does this mean for our industry:  Will it be an Opportunity or Risk? 
Melanie Zimmerman (TransUnion)

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The Future of the Trade Credit Ecosystem in an E-commerce Environment and Implications on Information Services: In this session we will examine the impact of E-commerce on the trade credit ecosystem: From Open Trade Credit, Trade Finance, Credit Information, Credit insurance to Credit Management.
Moderated by Anthony Scriffignano, Chief Data Scientist, Dun & Bradstreet Corporation

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Compliance & Identity: How can we assist our clients with Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance notwithstanding the demands of tightening privacy and data protection?
Moderated by Joachim Bartels, Managing Director of BIIA

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Data, Data , Everywhere – Big, Smart, Alternate or Simply Different
Moderated by Neil Munroe, Deputy Managing Director BIIA, Founder of CRS Insights

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Closing Keynote: A review of China’s Fintech Ecosystem – Lending to Individuals, Micro and Small businesses
Quan Yu, Head of Risk Management for Consumer and SME Finance Group

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