Rami Thabet, Vice President of Digital Products at Royal Bank of Canada, will join a live panel at the next Banking automation news webinar “Automation technology for exceptional banking cybersecurity and identity verification” September 9 at 11:30 am ET.
The panel includes experts from the $ 23.3 billion Simmons Bank and the “Big Four” accounting firm KPMG, and will explore the current cybersecurity landscape and best practices in identity verification and prevention. fraud.
Thabet oversees digital channels, omnichannel experiences, and key capabilities such as identity and security, as well as the API platform for Toronto-based RBC, at $ 1.3 trillion. He has been with RBC for over eight years, occupying a variety of roles in marketing and distribution strategy, technology and operations, payments and cards, and digital banking. Most recently, Thabet has led the organization and identity of mobiles, tablets and wearable devices. He also oversaw the NOMI artificial intelligence platform and the creation of RBC’s mobile platform.
Under Thabet’s leadership, the bank last year developed technology that allows the bank to remotely identify and onboard personal banking customers and SMEs, thereby reducing the process time for opening the bank. accounts for almost 70%. “We have a unique digital stack that really brings our digital capabilities together between advisors and clients, including the mobile app,” Thabet said previously.Banking automation news.
Prior to joining RBC, Thabet worked in business, technology and consulting in the financial, technology and public sectors at BMO, CIBC, Manulife, Cancer Care Ontario, the Government of Ontario and CGI.
Thabet will join True Brown, a former FBI agent who oversees the anti-fraud and AML / BSA program for Simmons Bank, and Matt Miller, director of KPMG New York and head of the US cybersecurity banking industry.
The Bank Automation News webinar on automation technology for exceptional banking cybersecurity and identity verification will take place on Thursday, September 9 at 11:30 a.m.ET. Register here. Participants will be able to ask questions via the chat.