Tan Su Shan: The evolving nature of banking
About this talk: While its base consumer transaction may have not changed at all, banking has been reconfigured over the last two decades. New technologies, more fluid interactions with consumers, and emerging alternative means of payment and even currency have challenged banks to adapt and innovate. Tan Su Shan offers a look at the banking landscape and the trends shaping this vital sector.
About this speaker
Tan Su Shan joined DBS in 2010 as Managing Director and was promoted to Group Head of Consumer Banking & Wealth Management. Prior to joining DBS, she was Morgan Stanley’s Head of Private Wealth Management for Southeast Asia. She has also served as a Region Head for Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei for Citi Private Bank as well as the Singapore Investment Centre Head. She is a nominated member of parliament in Singapore and a founder of the Financial Women’s Association.
About this event
TED@BCG was an event produced by TED in conjunction with our partner, the Boston Consulting Group. The event gathered together leaders from business, academia, and society who have been at the forefront of change and transformation. The TED@BCG series of events were held in Singapore and San Francisco in October 2013.