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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Yvette Hollingsworth Clark
Executive Vice President and Regulatory Innovation Officer, Wells Fargo

Yvette Hollingsworth Clark is Executive Vice President and Regulatory Innovation Officer within Wells Fargo’s Innovation Group. The group serves as a catalyst for transformational change across the company, focusing on exploring and fostering the growth of big ideas that influence business models, processes, and programs in order to meet evolving customer needs. Under Yvette’s leadership, the Innovation Group will develop, integrate, and execute a risk model that provides for a unified view of the digital risk environment by partnering with other enterprise risk management teams to help the company approach risk differently during early-stage product development. As a member of the Wells Fargo Management Committee, Yvette works closely with senior management to set goals for growth and meet regulatory and internal requirements. Yvette also plays a lead role in representing Wells Fargo in Regulatory Technology forums and events including interacting with regulators and standard-setting bodies on regulatory technology matters. Yvette joined Wells Fargo in 2012 as Chief Compliance Officer and head of Regulatory Compliance Risk Management, the Corporate Compliance function, which provides independent oversight of business-based compliance risk management activities. As an executive vice president and Wells Fargo’s chief compliance officer, she was responsible for ensuring that designated areas of the company meet compliance risk management responsibilities and abide by all applicable laws and regulations.

Prior to Wells Fargo, Yvette spent four years at Barclays Corporate & Investment Bank as the managing director and global head of Operations Compliance and Financial Crimes Compliance & Risk Management. Having spent nearly 10 years as a regulator with the Federal Reserve System—with roles at the Federal Reserve Banks of San Francisco and New York, as well as with the Board of Governors—Yvette has extensive experience with the regulatory community. Her industry experience includes a variety of senior compliance roles with Citigroup.

Her influence and leadership within business and compliance realms have been recognized with notable awards. In 2016, she was honored as one of the “Most Influential Women in Business” by the San Francisco Business Times. In both 2015 and 2016, she was recognized by the American Banker on its “The 25 Women to Watch” list. And in 2015, the San Francisco League of Women Voters named her one of the “Women Who Could be President.

Yvette is located in San Francisco. She earned an MBA from Syracus University and her bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York Institute of Technology. She currently serves as a national board member of INROADS and is the Chair of its Risk Committee as well as a board member of the Museum of the African Diaspora.

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