In the not-so-distant future, AI and other technologies will make banking invisible to the consumer, claims KPMG.
While this may sound exciting to some, it’s a scary proposition for banks, who are facing the risk of being relegated to the role of a utility.
Join us for a webinar with KPMG’s Fintech Lead Warren Mead and Personetics CEO David Sosna as we explore what banks need to do today to avoid this bleak future:
- How can banks stay relevant to the customer?
- What is the change of mindset that banks need to embrace?
- What assets can banks put into play to maintain their value?
- What will separate winners from losers?
- What practical steps can banks take today?
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Warren Mead, Global Co-Head of Fintech, KPMG
Warren is KPMG’s global Co-lead for Fintech. KPMG has hubs in all major Fintech locations and acts as the bridge between the innovators and the incumbents. In the last few years he has advised many of the key players in the sector including numerous transactions and IPOs. Warren is a regular speaker on this topic and has published several white papers. He also leads KPMG’s challenger bank and disruptive banking segment.
David Sosna Co-Founder and CEO, Personetics
David Sosna has been a FinTech pioneer and visionary for over 20 years. David combines a strong analytical background with in-depth understanding of the financial industry, and is a leading authority on the use of AI and predictive analytics to redefine and personalize how financial institutions engage and serve their customers in the digital age. Prior to founding Personetics, David was co-founder and chief executive officer of Actimize, the leading provider of fraud prevention, risk and compliance solutions for the financial sector, acquired in 2007 by NICE Systems.