Business Clients Win When Banks Partner with Fintechs

Industry news feeds have been inundated with the latest in financial technology—a growing trend that promises to inject critical innovation into business banking solutions as banks and fintechs partner to leverage each other's strengths. While these new relationships are mutually viewed as win-win, the biggest beneficiary are businesses.   

 

Aite Group research director, Christine Barry will moderate a data-backed discussion with Chase Commercial Banking executive, Stephen Markwell and business owner, Mark Lindsay to examine the core components of winning fintech-bank relationships and the bottom line benefits for businesses.


Join us as we share the latest Aite Group research and explore:

  • What business processes are ripe for innovation, and how banks and fintechs will partner to bring the most value to their clients. 
     
  • How the client experience is evolving, and what is needed to deliver solutions that promote adoption by both established business owners and digital natives.
     
  • What emerging shifts in client expectations banks and fintechs are preparing for as business ownership and back office operations transition to younger generations. 


Register here for this webinar to reserve your spot. Even if you are unable to join the live conversation, you will receive the full recording to watch at your convenience. 

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Type: 
Webinar
Date: 
April 12, 2018
When: 
Thursday, April 12th • 12:30 PM PT / 3:30 PM ET
Speakers: 

Christine Barry serves as research director for Aite Group's Wholesale Banking practice, focusing on the strategies and technology implementations of global banks of all sizes. Her recent research has addressed global cash management trends and technologies, capturing the valuable small-business customer, corporate mobile banking, the drivers of global core banking system replacement, remote deposit capture, and best practices for community banks and credit unions.