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Jakarta, Indonesia, 2007/05/18 - Profitera Corporation, the leading technology provider of Revenue Collections and Debt Recovery Management Software Solutions showcased its solutions at the eight Asian Banker Summit 2007 on last March, Jakarta Indonesia.
The Asian Banker Summit, now in its eighth year, is the pre-eminent gathering of decision makers in the financial services industry in the Asia Pacific.
The Asian Banker Summit has convened annually since 2000 and is Asia’s foremost event on transformational issues in the financial services industry. Over the last eight years, the Summit has both reflected and grown with the financial services industry in the Asia Pacific. As issues in the industry have grown more complex each year, the discussions at the Summit have also become more sophisticated and incisive.
The Asian Banker Summit Is The Most Significant Annual Gathering of Decision Makers in Financial Services
The Summit feature the Leadership Advisory Forum for CEO's of leading banks and gathering decision makers in the financial services industry from throughout the Asia-Pacific region. More than 600 delegates, including about 50 CEO’s and chairmen of banks attended the conference to make it remarkable.
Over 500 banking professionals from more than 24 countries exchange ideas on regional and global issues at the three-day summit. On Sunday, the bankers discussed the models and strategies for commercial banks in micro banking and strategies for improving profitability from microfinance initiatives. It also looked at identifying markets and developing products for micro banking, and challenges in taking it to the next level of maturity.
The Asian Banker Summit 2007, Conference Details (Weblink)
This year, the organizers selected the Indonesian capital of Jakarta as our venue because Indonesian banks have made tremendous progress since the 1997 Asian crisis, and we would like leaders of the Asia Pacific financial services industry to have an opportunity to personally witness these developments. We had the following ten powerful events packed into an intensive four days:
• The InterBank Conference on Cash, Trade & Treasury (26 – 27 March)
• The Risk Management and Governance Conference (26 – 27 March)
• The Technology and Operations Council AnnualMeeting (26 – 27 March)
• The Leadership Advisory Forum and Closed-door Meetings for CEOs of Leading Banks (26 March)
• Forum on Microfinance for Commercial Banks (25 March)
• One-day Briefing and Tour of Indonesian Banks (28 March)
• Workshops on Developments In Islamic Products & The Need For Change Across Multiple Dimensions; Advancements in Economic Capital & Balance Sheet Management; and Powering Business Through Decision Automation (28 March)
• The Asian Banker Achievement Awards (25 March)
• The Technology Awards (26 March)
• The Financial Services Invitational Golf Challenge (25 March)
The InterBank Conference on Trade, Cash and Treasury. This conference will feature all the key issues facing the “financial institutions” business of banks today. Even as commercial banks seek counterparties around the world, the global banks have created products and services that enable domestic banks to provide world-class services to their customers. The nature and demands of what used to be called "correspondent banking" has changed forever, yet this will be the first time that banks will have the chance to make sense of the synergies between global and domestic players.
The Risk Management and Governance Conference. Now in its fourth year, the Risk Management and Governance Conference have matured into an intense evaluation of the practical side of establishing sound risk management practices. This conference also examines the real issues of corporate governance in a world of corporate scandals and intensifying investor pressures. In 2006, this conference will focus on the issues that financial institutions’ finance functions will face in the implementation of Basel II.
The Technology and Business Architecture Conference. This Conference is designed to meet the needs of senior management – CEOs, CFOs, CROs, CTO/CIOs and other decision makers at the corporate and business levels who are involved in deciding upon fundamental infrastructure requirements to expedite business goals. How are their peers making decisions on core banking and related technology needs? What are the implementation issues? Delegates will receive an incisive study from the experience of their peers in the industry, who will present their endeavours.
Profitera Corporation (profitera.com) is a leading technology provider of Revenue Collections and Debt Recovery Management Software Solutions. With offices in the USA, Singapore, Malaysia; and partners in Asia, Middle East and Europe, Profitera provide solutions to help its customers focus on their clients and optimize profits throughout their Revenue & Profitability Lifecycle. Profitera Corp is an IBM Premier ISV partner with our HQ office in Malaysia.