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  • Conference PayThink

    September 18-20, 2017, Phoenix, AZ PAYTHINK IS THE PREMIER BANK-FOCUSED FORUMPayThink is focused on the rapidly changing, inter-connected markets of debit, credit, mobile, prepaid and digital payments. As we move toward a cashless society and payments become less visible, PayThink provides payments executives with forward-thinking ideas and strategies to ensure banks maximize their opportunities to become the default payment method, and keep abreast of innovations in credit scoring, faster payments, analytics, security and fraud detection.PayThink provides you with an opportunity to navigate opportunities and challenges in an attendee-friendly, network-filled 2.5 day event. Simply put, this will be the most productive and strategic time that you can spend away from your office in 2017. Take a moment now to mark your calendar and plan to join us this year in Phoenix.
  • Conference Digital Mortgage

    September 28-29, 2017, San Francisco, CA Digital Mortgage 2017 is a unique hybrid event that will devote 50 percent of the conference agenda to educational sessions from the industry’s leading players and the other portion to showcasing the new products, platforms and innovations that are disrupting the buying and lending experience through live demos.
  • Conference RegTech

    October 3-4, 2017, Brooklyn, NY US Financial institutions spend more than $70B annually on compliance, with global demand expected to reach $118B by 2020.RegTech 2017 will showcase new, and updated, regtech solutions, giving the financial industry a focused way to understand where the market is, and where it’s going. RegTech 2017 is brought to you by SourceMedia, publishers of American Banker, PaymentsSource, Credit Union Journal and a number of other financial services industry publications.
  • Conference The Most Powerful Women in Banking

    October 4-5, 2017, New York City American Banker’s Most Powerful Women in Banking recognizes the professional achievements and influence of the top-performing female executives in banking and financial services. The annual program, now in its 14th year, encompasses four lists: the 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking™, the 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance, the 25 Women to Watch, and the Top Teams in Banking. American Banker’s prestigious Most Powerful lists
  • Conference BankAI

    October 16-17, 2017, Boston, MA BankAI: The next revolution in financial services is one that promises to improve customer service and make it more efficient, reduce fraud, reduce manual processing and allow for more reliable authentication. And yes, take humans’ jobs. Artificial intelligence in its many forms: predictive analytics, machine learning, natural language processing, robotic process automation, chatbots and more, are making news in just about every major U.S. bank.BankAI will explore the current implementations of many forms of AI in financial services, focusing on consumer and corporate applications, and explore the near future of AI in banking.
  • Conference Digital Lending + Investing

    November 2-3, 2017, New York City THE FUTURE OF LENDING IS DIGITALMomentum remains strong as banks continue to form partnerships with fintech platforms –for both investing in and originating loans—or build their own online lending engines. Whether you are a bank, fintech firm or a loan investor the twist and turns in Digital Lending + Investing gives us much to discuss this year including new case studies from community, regional and large banks on digital lending options– acquire, partner, white label, license or build; updates on platform funding sources and diversification; the growth in securitization and secondary market developments. Sessions will also explore the Trump administration’s impact on the evolving regulatory landscape; new approaches to credit decisioning; blockchain as problem solver; new entrants, emerging technologies and future disrupters; and what lending might look like over the next decade.
  • Conference Small Business Banking

    November 29 - December 1, 2017, Austin, TX In order to originate small business loans profitably, banks need to increase cross sales, improve internal systems and/or partner with alternative lenders. Attend this year’s Small Business Banking conference to access thought leadership, best practices and leading solution providers.