Prototyping with Low-Code

Ian Blackburn

  • A recognised transactional banking product management, commercialisation and proposition expert, Ian has over 25 years experience in the industry
  • Since 2016 Ian has been an international transaction banking consultant focused on meeting client need and helping business prosper. Specialisms include product commercialisation, best practice advisory, liquidity and working capital optimisation, market and regulatory change management, training design and delivery. Recent assignments have included 15 months with a leading UK Commercial Bank. Here he successfully led, in collaboration with Fin Techs and Big 4 consultancies, agile working scrums and hackathons to create new open banking client information and insight propositions. Ian is also a faculty member of Moneta Development Limited covering product commercialisation training
  • During his career Ian has also held management positions in product management and commercialisation with Lloyds Banking Group, Standard Chartered Bank Plc,   American Express Europe, and 14 years at HSBC Bank Plc. At HSBC Ian specialised in liquidity management, treasury centralisation, and working capital optimisation propositions for corporates. During this time, he was responsible for the successful launch and growth of the banks flagship global liquidity solution suite, development of CLS third party bank and corporate propositions, and creation of treasury centralisation/shared service centre packages. This culminated in Ian being appointed as the Regional Head of Commercialisation and Market Management within the Payments and Cash Management business Europe, where he led a team of 7 proposition managers
  • Throughout his career Ian has undertaken extensive client consultancy and solutioning with corporate treasurers, and has wide experience of designing and delivering transaction banking training to middle and front office staff around the world
  • Ian has spoken regularly at industry events and has had editorials published in a variety of industry publications including Euromoney, Treasury Today and The Treasurers Handbook. He holds an honours degree from the University of Buckingham, is an Associate of The Chartered Institute of Bankers and holds the Cert ICM from the ACT