Kanika Hope is the Chief Strategy Officer, leading Temenos’ global business strategy with responsibility for market intelligence, strategic sales support and value-based selling. Kanika joined Temenos in 2015 as Global Strategic Business Development Director and she laid the foundation of value selling in Temenos. She established the renowned Temenos Value Benchmark program and an influential series of thought leadership insights on strategic banking issues and trends.
Kanika has over 25 years’ experience in banking technology and operations and has held senior roles within SAP, McKinsey and General Electric.
Kanika holds an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.
Transformation Challenges The widespread uptake of disruptive new technologies is exacerbating the pressures facing retail banking today, thereby driving a fundamental change in the structure of the industry: the digital-driven…
Digital and Open Banking Drive Retail Banks to Transform The widespread uptake of disruptive new technologies is exacerbating the pressures facing retail banking today, thereby driving a fundamental change in…
Today, a nexus of disruptive technologies is becoming omnipresent in banking. In a survey we commissioned with the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) with 305 global banking executives relating to the digitization of banking, 66% said that new technologies will continue to drive global banking in the next five years, over regulation and changing customer behaviour.
We all know that disruptive technologies like Cloud/SaaS, Microservices, APIs and AI are having a profound impact on the way banking services are delivered and consumed today. This is leading to the twin trends of digital and open banking, and hence changing the very structure of the banking value chain. Meanwhile, non-traditional entrants like the technology giants, neo-banks and fintechs, are leveraging these technologies to compete in banking, and that too with a cost base 30-60% lower than incumbent banks.