Navigate the new digital imperative

2020 has been a year of unforeseen and unprecedented developments, forcing banks to make big decisions quickly. While organizations reevaluate customer needs and daily operations, one subject comes to the forefront: the digital imperative. The survival of banks depends on making smart technology choices, not just in the apps, sites, bots, and channels they offer customers, but in the way they handle data and their workforce.

At DIGITAL BANKING you’ll have access to truly independent, unbiased voices and the industry’s most influential minds as they look towards the future of banking.

A world-class virtual experience, with essential insights and networking opportunities
Connect with the digital banking community
  • 1:1 chats
  • Interactive roundtables
  • Live speaker Q&As
Interactive sessions
  • Livestream discussions
  • On demand experiences
  • Downloadable materials provided by the speaker
Virtual exhibit hall
  • Explore the latest innovations
  • 1:1 virtual demos with sponsors and exhibitors
Featured Speakers
Head of Consumer, Small Business & Wealth Management Technology, Bank of America
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Fifth Third Bancorp
Executive Editor, Technology, American Banker
Head of Retail Customer Solutions, BBVA
EVP & Head of Relationship Models Discipline for US Customer Solutions, BBVA
Executive Vice President, Head of Consumer Bank, Fifth Third Bancorp
"Banks can absolutely be innovative. There's no reason what you see a fintech doing you couldn't do yourself."
–Patrick Sells, Chief Innovation Officer, Quontic Bank

In the Digital Banking Podcast Series, Patrick Sells explains how he encouraged his team to take risks on projects like a three-minute account opening process and a system that analyzes core data in real time to help set deposit prices.
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