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Sibos 2023 Toronto

Boost your payments profitability.
Composability for the new reality.
September 18-21, 2023 | Booth #D04
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Canada

An evolving payments landscape driven by shifting regulations, changes in customer behavior, and disruptive innovations offer new value frontiers for banks. Yet legacy technology remains the main barrier to delivering cost-effective and efficient cash management solutions.

We see opportunity in disruption. We partner with leading transaction banks and payment services firms to build agile, holistic, and modern ecosystems across the spectrum of cash and liquidity management. 

Embrace the opportunity to create a unique payments experience with composable platforms, leading-edge solutions through fintech partnerships, intelligent data-driven insights, real-time transactions, and new synergies across APIs.

Meet with our experts at Sibos 2023, booth #D04, and start creating a game-changing cash management ecosystem for your customers. To book a meeting, write to us at or submit a message in the contact form below.

Our speaking sessions at Sibos 2023

Meet the Experts: Navigating the Future of Finance – Unleashing the Potential of Digitization and Tokenization

Monday, September 18 | 4:45 – 5:30 pm ET

Join a panel of leading experts to explore rapidly evolving and highly dynamic trends.

Discover how:

  • New forms of money like CBDCs can enable instant payments and settlements, reduce cost, and enhance resilience.
  • CBDCs can empower accessibility and inclusion through secure access to money, even without online connectivity.
  • Regulated financial markets can build efficiencies with tokenization for digital bond issuance and settlements.
  • Deposit tokenization allows transparent liquidity management for treasurers, through atomic and bi-lateral settlements.
  • Tokenization can unlock new opportunities in traditionally illiquid asset classes (art, real estate…) through fractionalization.


  • Hari Janakiraman, Head of Industry Innovation and Transaction Banking, ANZ
  • Nick Kerigan, Managing Director, Head of Innovation Execution, SWIFT
  • Kaushik Venkatadri, Sr. Director, Blockchain CoE, Innovation & Technology, RBC
  • Rishabh Shah, VP and Product Head for Open Banking & Capability, Capgemini


  • Sudhir Pai, CTIO, Capgemini Financial Services

Fireside Chat – Accelerated Settlement and the Role of Market Infrastructure

Tuesday, September 19 | 3:45-4:15 pm ET 

The acceleration of the securities settlement cycle to T+1 requires significant transformation across front to back processes, technology and data for global financial market firms. While T+1 presents opportunities to reduce credit and liquidity risk and enhance operational efficiency, the implementation and testing of changes in the available timeframe presents many challenges.

Accelerated settlement provides a catalyst to optimize efficiency of processing and interaction between market participants. While the current focus is on North America, other jurisdictions are also considering similar initiatives. Central market infrastructure will play a leading role in this transformational period.

This fireside chat session deals with T+1 impact and latest developments, initiatives to enhance efficiency, and the role of market infrastructure. Are you prepared for T+1?

Key topics of the panel:

  • Impact of T+1 globally and latest developments
  • Initiatives on enhancing post trade efficiency across capital markets
  • How central market infrastructure can play a role in this journey


  • David Kirby, Executive Director, Americas Relationship Management & Global Account Management, DTCC
  • Kieran Mullaley, Managing Partner, Head of Consulting Delivery, Quorsus, part of Capgemini

Meet the Experts: Where is the Cash? Boosting Cash Management Efficiency

Thursday, September 21 | 9:15-10:00 am ET 

The cash and liquidity management landscape is evolving. Banks and payments firms are challenged as they keep up with the shifting regulations and enterprise customers’ demands.

Join our panel of leading industry experts and discover how you can build, buy, and collaborate to maximize value.


  • How are banks and corporate firms failing to trace cash? Where are they faltering?   
  • What does it take to deliver efficient and cost-effective cash and liquidity management ecosystems?  
  • Innovation opportunities that banks can tap into with enterprise payment tokenization 


  • Olu Adebiyi, Managing Director, Global Head of Liquidity and Account Services, BNY Mellon 
  • Thomas Egner, Secretary General, Euro Banking Association
  • Mark Brant, Chief Payments Officer, NatWest
  • Nilesh Dusane, Global Head of Institutional Payments, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Christophe Vergne, Cards and Payments Expert, Capgemini


  • Elias Ghanem, Global Head of Capgemini Research Institute for Financial Services

Our demo at Sibos 2023

CBDCs can act as a digital form of cash that could support access to funds in emergency situations. They enable governments to distribute benefit payments in an efficient and transparent manner, while individuals can transact securely even in the absence of online connectivity.

Comprehensive digital asset risk management is crucial for Banks and Financial Service Organizations heavily invested in onboarding, holding, and managing digital assets. The Capgemini On-chain Analytics is a dynamic platform that integrates on and off chain data plus metrics to monitor risks to digital assets.

Our experts at Sibos 2023

Nilesh Vaidya
Global Industry Head – Retail Banking and Wealth Management
Sudhir Pai
CTIO, Financial Services
Elias Ghanem
Global Head of Capgemini Research Institute for Financial Services
Jeroen Hölscher
Head of Global Payments & Cards Practice
Olivier Gaultry
Senior Director, Capgemini Invent
Kieran Mullaley
Head of Consulting Delivery, Quorsus, part of Capgemini
Christophe Vergne
Cards and Payments Expert

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