Reshaping Retail Banking
Reshaping Retail Banking

Retail Banking 2018 will focus on helping institutions embrace the customer demands and market requirements necessary to remain relevant and pursue continued opportunities for growth in the coming years. The event will provide a variety of learning formats, from big picture keynotes to targeted, deeper-dive workshops and scheduled networking for meaningful business connections. Combine this with an audience of the industry’s thought leaders and it’s no surprise that consumer banking business leaders return to American Banker’s Retail Banking event year after year.

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    The Retail Banking program is designed to keep you ahead of an ever changing industry and position you to succeed in tomorrow's banking environment. Year after year, the event is an unqualified success, attracting hundreds of attendees from across the country. Download the brochure today to learn more about what to expect at Retail Banking 2018!

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Rob Blackwell
Editor-in-Chief, American Banker

He has covered the financial services arena for nearly two decades, working first as a reporter covering Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the banking regulators, and anti-money laundering rules, among other topics. In 2005, he was named Washington Bureau Chief and subsequently helped guide the paper through its coverage of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, including articles on “too big to fail” and the drafting and passage of the Dodd-Frank Act.

In 2014, he was promoted to Group Editorial Director for Regulatory Policy for SourceMedia, leading the coverage of financial policy issues for American Banker, National Mortgage News, Credit Union Journal and PaymentsSource. In 2016, he helped guide coverage of the phony-accounts scandal at Wells Fargo and spearheaded SourceMedia's coverage of the 2016 presidential election across multiple brands. He was promoted to Editor-in-Chief in September 2017.

In 2017, Rob was given the Neal Award's Tim White Award, which recognizes editors "whose work displays extraordinary courage, integrity, and passion." He has helped American Banker win two Neal awards, the first as a reporter on a series about deposit insurance reform, the second as an editor for a series on Wells Fargo's fake accounts scandal. He has appeared on NPR, BBC, CNBC, Fox Business and C-SPAN as an expert on financial regulatory policy. He is also the author of six novels.

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