WEBINAR: DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FACING THE CANADIAN BANKING SECTOR
Date: Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Time: 10:30am EST
A not-to-miss webinar to understand the business impact of digital disruption digitally-connected consumers and fintech start-ups
Canadian financial institutions are finding themselves facing a perfect storm of change. Evolving digitally connected consumers, intensifying competition from mobile-first start-ups and other disruptive technologies (such as blockchain) are creating new business pressures.
At the same time, regulatory scrutiny and requirements are also on the rise. Taken together, these factors are forcing banks to rethink how they secure competitive advantage and long-term value. In five to ten years there will be a radically different landscape in the Canadian banking scene…
Understanding consumers' digital lifestyle, anticipating their business impact and making the necessary changes to adapt will be an absolute imperative for the banking sector in the years to come.
With Special Guests:
Anthony Di Iorio, Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX)
Anthony Di Iorio is a serial entrepreneur, VC, community organizer, and thought leader in the field of cryptocurrencies and decentralized technologies. He is the Chief Digital Officer at The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) / TMX Group, co-founder of Ethereum, and founder and CEO of Kryptokit, Decentral and Decentral Consulting.
David Bradshaw, Tangerine
David is the Vice President of Client Business Support at Tangerine Bank, leading the entire client processing for all lines of business. Prior to his current role David was the Vice President of Sales and Service for ING Direct Canada, overseeing the Retail Cafes across Canada Contact Sales and Service Centres.
Join hosts Financial Operations Magazine and special guests Anthony and David, for a discussion regarding consumers' changing digital lifestyle, anticipating their business impact and the necessary changes banks must take to adapt to this new paradigm.
Produced in conjunction with Financial Operations Magazine