Digital Banking 2018
Digital Banking 2018

Digital Banking is the leading and largest digital banking event in the industry, covering innovation in financial services for consumer and commercial customers around mobile, digital, AI, payments, RegTech, data, blockchain, API, channel and technology strategies.

With 1200+ senior level executives from financial institutions, credit unions and FinTech providers from both the US and around the globe, Digital Banking 2018 will inspire you with exceptional content, live demos, encourage conversations through our various networking opportunities and promises to be an innovative and forward thinking three day event. You will hear from experts in and out of the industry as they share their insights on what the future of digital banking looks like.

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Doug Shulman
Senior Executive Vice President and Global Head of Client Service Delivery, BNY Mellon

Doug Shulman oversees the business processes, technology, human capital, and service delivery functions that help BNY Mellon conduct business, service assets, and engage in transactions for its clients in 35 countries and more than 100 markets. He plays a key role in transforming the institution at a time in history when the fundamental nature of assets, transactions, and money itself is changing. Mr. Shulman is also a member of the company’s Executive Committee, BNY Mellon’s most senior management body.

Prior to BNY Mellon, Mr. Shulman was a Senior Advisor with McKinsey & Co., where he worked with financial services institutions and governments on a broad range of strategic issues. He also served as a Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for Business and Government.

From 2008 to 2010 he was the Commissioner of the US Internal Revenue Service, leading a 100,000-person agency responsible for generating $2.4 trillion in annual tax revenue, and spearheading intensive modernization of technologies for payment processing, compliance, and customer service. He also revolutionized the agency’s use of big data and analytics to drive performance.

Prior to his role at the IRS, Mr. Shulman served in various roles at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), including President of Markets, Services and Information and Vice Chairman. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. (DTCC). He was previously a Board Director ofthe Mantas Corporation and the World Federation of Exchanges.

Mr. Shulman holds a B.A. from Williams College, an M.P.A. from the Kennedy School, Harvard University. and a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.

Mr. Shulman is a regular speaker at many major institutions, conferences and other forums, including the National Press Club, Harvard University, The Johns Hopkins University, and a wide range of financial industry events.

He can share insights on a variety of hot topics in banking and finance:
The intersection of big data, analytics and business transformation

· Driving organizational change in a time of unprecedented regulatory pressure and technology innovation

· What large incumbent players can do to meet and beat the challenge of financial disruptors

· New roles for automation and robotics in the world of financial services banking

· The impact of machine learning on financial services institutions and banks

· Five ways that changing client needs have surprised BNY Mellon

· How players are wrestling with new technologies such as blockchain

· The new talent profile for banking, finance, and investment in 2020

Doug Shulman hot topics, continued
· The role of bankers when they don’t “do banking” anymore

· How FinTech changes treasury management for corporate cash, cash flow, and payments

· The next wave of financial technologies that could disrupt how investments are serviced

· Whether global financial centers matter in a distributed finance world

· Likely winners and losers in FinTech