Global transaction banking has long been described as a bank's crown jewels because of its steady profit contribution even in the worst of economic times, its reputation as a "sticky" core banking service, and its long history of strong growth.
As a business that is projected to generate industry-wide revenues of over $500 bn by 2021, the stakes are high for getting it right and protecting this valuable franchise.
Transaction bankers have a complex set of issues to contend with in order to optimize their management of this
changing and challenging business. An important key to success is ensuring that Transaction Banking executive teams are equipped with the appropriate competencies through the development phases towards maturity.
IN THE WORST OF
REVENUES OF OVER
$500 bn BY 2021
The iGTB Oxford School of Transaction Banking held in Oxford & culminating at the Oxford & Cambridge Club in London is a two and a half day immersive learning experience that is designed to help transaction banking executives develop a winning strategy & thrive in the complex and fast-moving world of Transaction Banking. The programme looks to empower participants to manage the challenges they face better, improve their decision making skills, & help them anticipate & address change.
The course covers three development phases of maturity:
Simultaneously, the program also entails exercises that help participants learn how to apply the six design levers - Diagnostics, Organisation, Competency, Culture, Measurement and Simplicity.
This program is sponsored by iGTB. As a leading provider of transaction banking solutions to number of the world's largest bank's, iGTB has a unique vantage point to spot opportunities and obstacles to operational excellence. As an organization, we are actively engaged in optimizing our client's abilities to compete more efficiently in the marketplace working with them to strengthen their client franchises. For additional information on iGTB please visit www.igtb.com