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Architecture Forum

Realize Enterprise IT Vision in Delivering
Banking and Financial Services.

ICMG BFSI Architecture Forum aims at helping Banking & Financial organization to realize RBI IT Vision in delivering Banking and Financial Services.


The focus is to optimize and improve business agility, manage change and reduce the complexity of existing and new IT systems and ensure a closer alignment between IT deliverables and business requirements.


Enable business strategy execution using Enterprise Architecture.

Enterprise-Wide Architecture With ICMG

Experience with 200 Financial organizations across 20 countries

With insight to Architecture for Enterprise, Projects and IT Solution from over 200 financial organisations across 30 countries, ICMG BFSI Architecture Forum is a trustworthy and essential partner to deliver value even in short term and ensure that adoption of new systems is done keeping in view the enterprise wide paradigm to ensure consistent Enterprise-wide Architecture.


Reduce Complexity and Manage Change

This Forum will work towards providing Enterprise Architecture insight (business strategy, processes, systems, technology) for transforming your financial processes and banking operations to realize business goals.

Business Strategy

FInancial processes

Financial Systems



Decision Makers

Public policy



Architecture Matters

This also promotes constructive dialogue between public policymakers, IT & Business Decision-makers of BFSI Companies, Universities and Solution Providers 

Leaders drawn from the Industry 

Work with hand-picked Business and Technical leaders drawn from the Industry along with our senior consulting team for the competitive advantage.

Reserve Bank & Enterprise Architecture

Derive more benefits from the existing systems

In order to derive more benefits from the existing systems, Reserve Bank is moving towards deploying enterprise architecture to drive business adaptability, improve focus on organizational goals, reduce the complexity of existing IT systems, improve the agility of new IT systems and ensure a closer alignment between IT deliverables and business requirements.