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How SPD Bank is using BIAN in their strategy program (Webinar)

ID: 1399090401
Issued November 24, 2020
Learning Type: Webinar
Certification Type: Without Certificate
Language: English
Course Duration: 1 Hours
Credential ID: -

Course Overview

In this webinar BIAN you will get introduced to a User Journey Modeling using BIAN as the most important component of The Panorama Banking Blue Paper Series. Panoramic Banking is the leading strategy program of SPD Bank and also indicates the banks are close to a mixed industry operation in China.
BIAN

The Banking Industry Architecture Network e.V. (BIAN) is an independent, member owned, not-for-profit association to establish and promote a common architectural framework for enabling banking interoperability. It was established in 2008. BIAN's goal is to establish a semantic framework to identify and define IT services in the banking industry. The underlying architectural pattern originates from a service-oriented architecture (SOA). The community focuses on creating a standard semantic banking services landscape, while ensuring consistent service definitions, levels of detail and boundaries. This will enable banks to achieve a reduction of integration costs and use the advantages of a service-oriented architecture of implementing commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software. Financial institutions, software vendors, and system integrators, along with technology partners, are invited to join the association and play a collaborative role with other industry leaders in defining, building and implementing next-generation banking platforms.

Shanghai Pudong Development Bank

Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Co. Ltd (SPDB or Pufa; SSE: 600000) incorporated on January 9, 1993 with the approval of the People's Bank of China (August 28, 1992), is a joint-stock commercial bank with its headquarters located in Shanghai. Shanghai Pudong Development Bank issued a 400 million A-share offer on September 23, 1993 on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. It became the first shareholding commercial bank to list with both Central Bank and China Securities Regulatory Commission’s approval since the enactment of "Commercial Bank Law" and "Securities Law". Thus, the registered capital reached RMB 2.41 billion. 320 million shares of the issue were listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange on November 10, 1999 (stock code 600000).

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