Global Banking 
TBM Workgroup

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The TBM Council’s Global Banking Workgroup is a unique opportunity to join Alan Peacock, Group CIO of Lloyds Banking Group and other CIOs from the TBM Council to discuss and collaborate on best practices for managing the business of technology. This group is focused on banks and financial institutions with assets $300B+. Together, we will create the first TBM Playbook for the Global Banking Industry.

WORKGROUP LEADERSHIP
WORKGROUP CHAIR:
Alan Peacock
Director, IT Infrastructure
and Service Delivery 
Lloyds Banking Group 
 
PARTNER PRINCIPAL:
KPMG, LLC 
TECHNICAL ADVISOR:
Jack Bischof
VP, Strategic Services, EMEA
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WORKGROUP THEMES & INSIGHTS
INDUSTRY IT ECONOMICS such as trends in costs, spending and other important ratios, using benchmark data for the Global Banking industry. 
BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY TRENDS in Global Banking impacting the economics of IT, such as regulatory changes, competitive developments, technology trends and more. 
INDUSTRY TBM TAXONOMY of functions, applications and services to enable comparability between enterprises in this industry and to accelerate TBM adoption.
TBM BEST PRACTICES for jumpstarting Technology Business Management in Global Banking companies, including the data, people and processes that are essential.
CASE STUDIES IN TBM presented by selected workgroup members, using the same case study-based format that was successful in our Global TBM Summits.
WHY ATTEND?
Attend the Global Banking Workgroup to:
COLLABORATE with an exclusive group of other Global Banking executives on the practice of Technology Business Management.
FOCUS on industry-specific best practices for measuring, improving and communicating the business value of technology in your enterprise.
LEARN how larger trends in your industry will affect IT, and how your peers are preparing to meet those trends head-on.
LEAD your profession toward a deeper understanding of the economics of IT and the establishment of industry-specific benchmarks, service taxonomies and implementation methods.
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