Fintech Panel | A Discussion on Innovation in Banking
Thursday, May 04th @ 6:30 PM
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
460 King Street West Enter through the glass doors on Spadina
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It’s a well known fact that today’s digital landscape is forcing traditional businesses to pivot in order to stay relevant and integrate into the everyday habits of both individuals and businesses.
This is particularly evident in banking, where we are seeing a shift in the way that we interact with currency, from saving to borrowing to investing. Consequently, more and more fintech startups are emerging to fill consumer needs, which is changing the financial industry and encouraging traditional banks to innovate.
Join expert panelists to discuss the rise of fintech, the integration of new and innovative technologies within financial services, and the future of digital finance.
Topics of Discussion
The evolution of fintech - uncovering the opportunities
How fintech is disrupting the traditional banking model
How can fintech startups and banks work together?
The importance of user-centric thinking when designing customer experience
The strategies banks are taking to innovate
How do banks leverage customer insight?
How businesses can make the most of fintech services
Overview of RegTech, Digital Identity, and Security & Privacy
The future of fintech
What You’ll Get
An intimate discussion with leaders in the tech and financial industry
A BrainStation notebook and pen for note-taking purposes
Snacks and refreshments
*Event is non-refundable and non-transferable.
Dan Dickinson is Chief Digital Officer at Equitable Bank in Toronto, Canada’s ninth-largest independent bank. He is responsible for all technology strategy, delivery, and operations for Equitable, and also leads EQ Bank, Equitable’s digital-only bank. Dan joined Equitable in 2013 as VP Digital Banking and launched EQ Bank in January 2016. Prior to joining Equitable he was Managing Director, Online & Mobile Banking at BMO Bank of Montreal, responsible for sales and service for two million active digital banking customers. Throughout his 18 years of banking experience he has focused on the role technology plays in serving the customer, the employee, and the bank.