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Envision:

Microsoft US Financial Services Summit

The second wave of digital transformation in financial services

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 9:00 AM Pacific Time (12:00 PM Eastern Time)

New customer expectations, challenges from digital upstarts, and growing security and compliance demands are all putting pressure on today’s financial services institutions, even as they tackle unprecedented volatility caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Join us on Wednesday, May 12, 2021, at the virtual Envision Microsoft US Financial Services Summit. Discover how Microsoft is supporting the transformation of financial services in this second wave of acceleration, with special consideration given to corporate responsibility including AI ethics, sustainability and inclusivity. Specialized tracks will address the unique needs of the insurance, capital markets, and banking sectors.

Join Indivar Khosla, US Vice President of Financial Services at Microsoft, for a discussion on the acceleration of digital transformation through the financial services industry. Gain real-world insights from financial services executives, industry thought leaders, and inspirational change agents.

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Choose the right link below to hear all key segments, then move directly to the industry breakout session most relevant for you.

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Empowering the bank of the future

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Enabling the capital markets firm of the future

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Building the Intelligent Insurer

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Host: Luke Thomas

Managing Director, US Banking and Financial Providers, Microsoft

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Host: Sháka Rasheed

Managing Director, General Manager of Capital Markets, Microsoft

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Host: Ben Narey

Managing Director, Business Applications, Microsoft

Event highlights: Indivar Khosla and acclaimed author Michael Lewis discuss the major disruptions affecting the industry.

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Indivar Khosla

Head of US Financial Services, Microsoft

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Michael Lewis

Author, Moneyball, The Big Short, and Liar's Poker

Bill Borden and Mike Mayo examine the economic conditions driving the second wave of digital transformation across the financial services industry.

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Bill Borden

Corporate Vice President Worldwide Financial Services, Microsoft

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Mike Mayo

Senior Banking Analyst, Wells Fargo

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Event speakers:

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Rohit Chauhan

Executive Vice President for Artificial Intelligence, Mastercard

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Theo Lau

Author and Founder, Unconventional Ventures

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Sudhir Nair

Senior Managing Director, Global Head of the Aladdin Business, BlackRock Solutions

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Michelle Lancaster

Director of Sustainability, Microsoft

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Matthew Sekol

Executive for US Capital Markets, Microsoft

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Jeff Hughes

Chief Information Officer, Brighthouse Financial

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Michael Wisler

Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer, M&T Bank

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Mark Crow

Director, U.S. Financial Services – Insurance Industry Executive

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Mike Triolo

Managing Director, US Financial Services, Microsoft

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John Stecher

Chief Technology Officer, Blackstone

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John Plansky

Executive VP and Head of State Street Alpha, State Street

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