Financial markets in East and Southeast Asia have become increasingly sophisticated and interlinked over the last two decades. A panel of experts will discuss six new technologies that are helping financial market infrastructure evolve to meet the challenges of the digital age. The experts will consider the extent that the Association of Southeast Asian Nations plus the People’s Republic of China, Japan, and the Republic of Korea—collectively known as ASEAN+3—have applied these new technologies to their systematically important financial market infrastructures such as central securities depositories and central banks.