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PRESS AGENCIES

SMART BANKING 2022 – ALL THE LATEST TRENDS OF BANKING INDUSTRY IN VIETNAM

Smart Banking 2022, proudly co-directed by the Central Economic Commission and The State Bank of Vietnam and co-organized by Vietnam Banks Association and IEC Group, will be held at Melia Hanoi Hotel, Hanoi on August 17-18, 2022.
 
With the theme “ACCELERATING DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN BANKING
TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT“, Smart Banking 2022 features a Keynotes session & 05 Conference Sessions, a DF Cyber Defense competition and a International Exposition with the participation of over 1000 delegates. The event will bring together leading national and international leading banks’ representatives as well as many policymakers, industry leaders and key players from the banking-finance sector to discuss how recent trends and tendencies will impact the banking sector and what is to be done to operate successfully during the unprecedented time and in the future.
 
Smart Banking 2022 is also a place for delegates to interact with leading banking solution providers as well as experience cutting-edge technologies that are shaping the industry, including Cloud Computing, Data Analytics, Blockchain, ML/AI, eKYC, e-wallets, API and Open Banking, biometrics, etc.
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EVENT BROCHURE

DF CYBER DEFENSE

CONFERENCES SESSIONS

INTERNATIONAL EXPO

EVENT TIMELINE

HOT TOPICS

CONTENT CO-DIRECTED BY

CENTRAL ECONOMIC COMMISSION

THE STATE BANK OF VIETNAM

CO-ORGANIZED BY

VIETNAM BANKS’ ASSOCIATION

IEC GROUP

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