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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    Digital Banking Preview Pod
    The inspiration, innovation and insights that the Digital Banking speaking faculty have to offer are too big to be contained in just one conference! Check out our preview podcast to get a feel for the thought leadership and expertise we’ve got planned for the event.

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2018 Demo Presenters
2018 Demo Presenters
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Schedule at a Glance
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Jonah Crane
Regulator in Residence, FinTech Innovation Lab

Jonah Crane is Regulator in Residence at the FinTech Innovation Lab in New York, an advisor to several FinTech companies, and Executive Director of the RegTech Lab in Washington D.C. Until January, Jonah served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Financial Stability Oversight Council at the United States Treasury Department, having previously served as a Senior Advisor at Treasury. Before joining Treasury, Mr. Crane was the financial services policy advisor to Senator Charles E. Schumer, where he advised on financial regulatory reforms including the Dodd-Frank Act and the JOBS Act. Prior to joining Senator Schumer’s staff, Mr. Crane was a corporate attorney focusing on mergers and acquisitions at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP in New York. Mr. Crane received a J.D. from New York University School of Law.

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