Fred Tingey

Senior IT Manager

Ian Alderton

Chief Information Officer & Managing Director, Deputy General Manager

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi

David Bannister

Editor

Banking Technology

Joanne Alma

Managing director and head of Investment Management Technology

Goldman Sachs

Ray O’Brien

Global risk chief operating officer

HSBC Holdings plc

Helen Watt

Senior Programme Manager

JP Morgan

PJ Di Giammarino

Founder and chief executive

JWG

Daniel Mayo

Practice Leader, Financial Services

Ovum

Kieran Hines

Practice Leader, Financial Services Technology

Ovum IT

Simon McNamara

Group Chief Administrative Officer

RBS Group

Professor Michael Mainelli FCCA FCSI

Executive Chairman

Z/Yen Group

Banking Technology Awards 2014 - the winners

At a gala event in London last night, industry luminaries gathered for an evening of entertainment and excitement as the winners of the 2014 Banking Technology Awards and Readers’ Choice Awards were announced.

This year’s winners came from far and wide – a winning entry from ANZ was based in Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands, which unfortunately meant that they could not attend to collect their award in person. Other winners came from Africa, Brazil, Lebanon and the Turkish banks had a particularly strong showing.

Effervescent comedienne Lucy Porter literary literally had the whole audience on their feet as she led a round of games to raise money for London’s Air Ambulance before entertaining them with her own hilarious brand of stand-up comedy and presenting the awards with Banking Technology editor David Bannister.

Click here to view the Judged Awards Winners

Click here to view the Readers' Choice Winners

Print

Banking Technology began publication in 1984 as two waves of change swept over the financial services sector: deregulation of the banking industry and the microcomputer revolution that made business computing affordable.

Thirty years on, and the industry is now being re-regulated at the same time as a global mobile revolution is giving ubiquitous connectivity to smartphone-enabled consumers. The ‘big bang’ that deregulated investment banking may have peaked as re-regulation gathers pace post-crash and HFT comes under increasing scrutiny but the technological ‘big bang’ is on-going and encouraging a strengthening move from branch to digital banking and automated trading.

Taking this as a starting point the Banking Technology Forum 2014 event, co-located with the prestigious annual Banking Technology Awards and in recognition of the title’s 30th anniversary year, will consider the state of the industry at this new technological turning point.

Avoiding nostalgia and futurology, the 30th anniversary conference on 20 November at the Tower Hotel, London, will examine the lessons of the past and ask what the major trends and developments of the next few years will be. To find out how we got here and where the FS and fintech world is going, attendance at this in-depth Forum is recommended for directors, CTOs, CIOs, CISO and other banking technologists.

 

About the Banking Technology Awards

At a gala event in London on the 20 November 2014, industry luminaries gathered for an evening of entertainment and excitement as the winners of the 2014 Banking Technology Awards and Readers’ Choice Awards were announced.

This year’s winners came from far and wide – a winning entry from ANZ was based in Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands, which unfortunately meant that they could not attend to collect their award in person. Other winners came from Africa, Brazil, Lebanon and the Turkish banks had a particularly strong showing.

Effervescent comedienne Lucy Porter literary literally had the whole audience on their feet as she led a round of games to raise money for London’s Air Ambulance before entertaining them with her own hilarious  brand of stand-up comedy and presenting the awards with Banking Technology editor David Bannister.

For more information on the 2015 awards please contact sophie.egan@informa.com

 

Banking Technology Awards 2014 categories

  • Best Industry Infrastructure Initiative
  • Best Institutional Infrastructure Initiative
  • Best Online/Mobile Banking Service
  • Best Payments System or Service Initiative
  • Best Cybersecurity Initiative
  • Best Trading Platform or Venue
  • Best Use of IT in Retail Banking
  • Best Use of IT in Investment Banking
  • Best Use of IT in Wholesale/Transaction Banking
  • Best Use of IT for the purposes of risk/regulatory change
  • Best Use of Mobile Technology in Financial Services
  • CIO of the Year
  • IT Team of the Year
  • Outstanding Contribution by a Female in Financial Technology

Sponsorship & Table Sales Enquiries

Sadie Jones Tel: +44 (0)20 3377 3506

Marketing Enquiries

Sophie Egan Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 5461

Judging and Entry Enquiries

David Bannister Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 4019