Presented by Luigi Wewege
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
10:00 - 11:00 am ET
Session length: 60 minutes
This program is brought to you by a partnership with PRMIA and the Silicon Valley Innovation Center.
About This Member Webinar:
Over the past decade FinTech innovations have contributed to a completely new way in which customers can bank, threatening the status quo of traditional retail banks, and redefining a banking model which has been in place for generations. These new technological advancements have facilitated a rapid emergence of digital banking firms and forcing established banks to swiftly increase their pace of digital adoption to stay relevant and stop mass client attrition to agile financial startups. These threats come at a difficult time for banks - stagnant growth of already mature market, decreasing profit margins due to the competitive pricing of new entrants, and customer loyalty becoming increasingly more tenuous.
Sustaining & SVIC Members $Free | Contributing Member $35 | Non-Member $75
Member Webinars in this Series
About Our Expert:
(Registration for each session is required)
The Platformification of Banking, Presented by Ron Shevlin
The World of Fintech: Diving into 2018, Presented by Agustín Rubini
The Quest for Cashless Society. Presented by Mehul Desai
The Digital Banking Revolution, Presented by Luigi Wewege
The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Future of Business, Presented by Andy Zhulenev
Luigi Wewege is the Principal of Palmetto Global Ventures a financial consultancy firm focused on digital banking and FinTech solutions, and serves as an Instructor at the FinTech School which provides online training courses on the latest technological developments within the financial services industry. Outside of his main role, Luigi additionally serves as a Mentor at FinTech Go, a startup accelerator for financial technology companies, and as a Team Member of the FinTech Portfolio, the world's 1st member-owned FinTech innovation ecosystem. Luigi is the author of The Digital Banking Revolution book.
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