As financial services organizations in APAC advance, they must contend with familiar forces that continue to disrupt the industry: growing legislative requirements (including open banking), fierce competition (including incumbents and new entrants), and accelerating customer expectations. Financial services organizations in APAC sit at a crossroads, where they will either: 1) minimize further disruptions and follow established processes that have evolved, or 2) continue disrupting their own status quo, encouraging adaptiveness and tech-driven innovation to grow.
Join Red Hat’s guest Charlie Dai, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research and Pierre-Yves Bouillaud from DBS Bank, as they discuss the role of cloud-native adoption for financial services organizations in APAC.
This discussion will include findings from Forrester’s recent study including:
Principal Analyst, Forrester
Charlie serves enterprise architecture professionals and offers strategic advice and guidance to Forrester clients in broad areas, including cloud (cloud-native and hybrid cloud management), big data and AI (machine learning and computer vision), IoT (IoT device OS and IoT software platforms), blockchain, quantum computing, digital process automation, DevOps, and open source software. He has rich experience in technology strategy, enterprise architecture, and software delivery management. Charlie leads the global research on technology architecture in several emerging technology areas. He also focuses on the vendor landscape and best practices in China, Asia Pacific, and worldwide.
Charlie is a key contributor to the consulting team that helps Forrester’s clients address their business requirements and accelerate digital transformation. Charlie has extensive program management experience, rich industry expertise, and a passion for helping customers achieve success.
Managing Director, Cloud Engineering and Services, DBS Bank
Pierre-Yves (PY) Bouillaud is the Head of Cloud Engineering and Services at DBS Bank where he leads over 300 DevOps engineers and developers in delivering the bank’s hybrid, multicloud transformation.
PY joined DBS in 2011 and has held multiple leadership positions within the organisation, including the Head of Treasury and Markets Business Platforms Application Support and Engineering where he was instrumental in pioneering the Murex Cloud transformation. He also served as the Head of IT Shared Services that supported the bank’s technology and operations through strategic initiatives such as application security and optimise operate.
PY has over twenty years of experience in digital platform innovation and evolution for impactful business delivery and thriving IT excellence.
Chief FSI Technologist, Red Hat APAC
Vincent Caldeira is a Chief Financial Services Technologist at Red Hat in APAC. In this role, he is primarily responsible for supporting financial services customers define their digital transformation roadmap while using Red Hat thought leadership and engineering capabilities in the implementation of open standards, open source, and open architecture on their journey. With more than 11 years in the banking sector shaping target architecture and technology roadmaps, Vincent has driven talented engineering teams to build, integrate, and operate critical technology platforms. Vincent has also spent more than 6 years in the financial technology sector building an award-winning track record for delivering cloud-based, innovative software solutions in a startup environment.