The Future of Banking- Columbus

Registration begins at 1:30pm

Program: 2:00 – 5:00pm

Networking reception to follow.

We realize that running a successful financial institution means navigating certain complexities, from both an operational and regulatory standpoint. Join our seasoned professionals and special guests at our 2018 Future of Banking seminar as we highlight the future of banking and share our insights and experiences in this collaborative forum that also allows you to network with your peers.  This free seminar will explore enterprise risk management activities, cyberwarfare and what the bank of the future will look like.

Current Threats in Cybersecurity

Scott A. Love, FBI

FBI Special Agent (SA) Scott A. Love will lead a discussion related to the latest cybersecurity threats that are hitting American Financial Institutions, including the Business Email Compromise (BEC) epidemic. Join SA Love as he discusses how the cybercriminals carry out their carnage by providing examples of threats and suggestions on what your organization can do to better prepare for these threats.

Shifting the ERM Paradigm from a Compliance Exercise to a Business Enabler

Steven J. Bank and Jessica L. Miller, Schneider Downs

Learn how to utilize ERM to evoke positive change within your institution.  The session will focus on the evolution of enterprise risk management and the need for institutions to change their approach to managing risk to meet the demands of an evolving business environment. 

What Could the Branch of the Future Look Like?

Jim Caliendo, PWCampbell

During this session, the five major components that make up branch transformation will be discussed: 1) Demographic and Competitive Analysis, 2) New Layout/Smaller Floor Plan, 3) Transformation from Teller Lines to Pods/Universal Staffing, 4) Technology Integration and 5) Branding and Merchandising. From this discussion you will get a clear sense of what the branch of the future could look like. Actual bank case studies, client examples and project photos will be presented to  illustrate actual concepts utilized in the branch transformation process.

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