Upcoming Events and Conferences

Oct
26
Mon
MoneyFest @ Virtual
Oct 26 – Oct 29 all-day
MoneyFest @ Virtual

Broadcast live from our studio, Money20/20’s world-class content will be coming to your screens on October 26-29 with our first-ever MoneyFest.

Be a part of money’s biggest conversation with the industry’s greatest minds discussing the resetting, reimagining and rebuilding of the future of money. Gain your unfair advantage, knowing first-hand what’s next for Payments, Banking, FinTech, FinServe, Big Tech, Cybersecurity and so much more to ensure your business thrives in tomorrow’s new unknown.

Think of MoneyFest as a huge virtual thank you from us to the community, (just without any awkward hand sanitizing afterwards).

Register here: https://bit.ly/3iE2Ec1

Oct
28
Wed
COVID-19 and Financial Services: How the Pandemic Has Impacted and Will Continue to Impact the Banking and Payments Sectors @ Zoom Meeting
Oct 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

COVID-19 and Financial Services:
How the Pandemic Has Impacted and Will Continue to Impact the Banking and Payments Sectors

 

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Zoom Meeting

 

During this webcast, Phase 5 will discuss the findings from its recent “COVID-19 and Financial Services” survey, a proprietary study which identifies and measures the impact of the pandemic by surveying 1,000 US consumers about changes in attitude and behavior toward their personal finances. The findings will serve as backdrop to discuss how the banking and payments sectors need to reimagine and redesign the experience they deliver to consumers in order to meet their changing needs post pandemic (including but not limited to digital).

Key takeaways: Key changes in consumers Financial Attitudes and Behaviors; How has COVID changed how consumers interact with their bank? How is COVID shaping consumers CX and perceptions of their bank? How has COVID changed payment practices and attitudes?

With special thanks to presenting sponsor:

 

 

 

The Speakers

Steve Hansen

Steve Hansen

Partner, Phase 5

Steve Hansen is a Phase 5 partner, the leader of the firm’s Data Analytics practice, and the head of the firm’s US office. A senior member of Phase 5’s Innovation practice, Steve enjoys taking a curious approach to innovation, especially when it has the potential to disrupt a market ecosystem. His professional background includes: Lecturer in Innovation in the Peking University MBA program, Director of Market Research at Thomson Reuters, and various technology product management roles.

Steve is regularly invited to speak at industry events on customer centricity throughout the innovation cycle and has directed research engagements with many leading companies in the Financial Services sector. Steve holds an MBA from University of Minnesota, an MA English Language / Linguistics from University of Arizona, and a BA Mathematics from Pomona College.

Michael Dolenko

Michael Dolenko

Partner, Phase 5

Michael Dolenko is a Partner at Phase 5 and co-lead of the firm’s Innovation practice. Michael and his team help clients ensure their product and service innovations are customer-focused. His work spans concept development and testing, segmentation, packaging, pricing, go-to-market and customer experience.

He has worked extensively in the payments and card space, serving as an advisor to leading financial institutions and payments providers on new product development, business payments, FX, IMT services, and loyalty and rewards programs. Michael holds an MA from Concordia University and a BA from University of Toronto.

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Nov
17
Tue
Central Bank Digital Currencies: Ready for Global Take-Off? @ Zoom Meeting
Nov 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Central Bank Digital Currencies:
Ready for Global Take-Off?

 

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Zoom Meeting

 

Over 80 central banks across the world are rapidly exploring, developing and testing the use of new digital currencies. Many questions arise though: What is their ambition? Could we think of and build an underlying cross-border infrastructure? Who would run it? What are the risks? Who stands to benefit? Is the industry ready? This session looks at the cross-border use cases for central bank digital currencies—retail vs wholesale, DLT or non-DLT—as well as the potential impact on the core structures of liquidity and FX.

The Panelists

Dave Birch

Dave Birch

Director, Consult Hyperion

Chris Skinner

Chris Skinner

CEO, The Finanser Ltd

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