Small Business: Support from Banks and Networks During Covid
Wednesday, August 19, 2020
Covid-19 has affected most of the economy, largely through a drop in consumer spending. Some business categories have suffered more than others: restaurants, state/local governments, and tourist and travel-related businesses. In general, larger businesses have been better able to manage the challenges than smaller firms. Small businesses are reeling.
In response, financial institutions and payment firms are mapping out plans to operate this new world, with new services to aid small businesses. Areas of focus have included PPP loans, advisory services, new lending products, and more.
Join us at NYPAY’s next Live Webcast Panel Discussion as we explore the coming years for small businesses, banking, and payments. We are bringing together a panel of experts from a cross-section of the banks, fintechs, and payment networks, moderated by a leading analyst in a wide-ranging discussion of what we’re seeing today and what can expect in the future.
Alenka Grealish, Senior Analyst Corporate Banking, Celent
Alenka Grealish has over 30 years of consulting and syndicated research experience in the banking industry with deep expertise in payments, transaction banking, and commercial banking. She is a senior analyst at Celent covering the digitization of the financial supply chain, the rise of fintechs and new business and revenue models, and customer journeys. She is a co-leader of Celent’s COVID-19 response initiative.
She worked for The Boston Consulting Group for 20 years during which she was the global segment manager for transaction banking and payments. She started her career as an associate economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
Ana Liza Grandner
VP Banking as a Service, Cross River
Chief Innovation Officer, Quontic Bank
North America Small Business Lead, Mastercard International
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