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The U.S. is hurtling toward an open banking world, which means it’s critical for financial service providers to prepare. However, credit unions and community banks face challenges that big banks and other financial institutions don't, and can often find it difficult to implement changes as quickly as those entities can.

There are lessons to learn from other parts of the globe where open banking has become standard. Join financial industry thought leaders to discuss how open banking has been implemented across the world, how it will change business in the U.S. in 2022, and why every financial organization needs to start preparing. You'll learn about interim data-sharing solutions and hybrid approaches that make it easier for credit unions and community banks to make a seamless transition, get best practices for preparing ahead of any regulatory requirements, and more.
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Agenda
  • Expectations for open banking in 2022
  • Ways to combine traditional data aggregation methods with new standards
  • How other organizations are preparing for open banking
  • What you can do to be open banking ready
Presenters
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Jeff Schulte
SVP Data Strategy & Technology, Envestnet | Yodlee
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Stephen C. Bishop
Chief Operating Officer & EVP, Old Missouri Bank (OMB)
Mr. Stephen C. Bishop joined Old Missouri Bank as Chief Operating Officer & Executive Vice President in September 2020. Preceding OMB, Mr. Bishop had two separate stints at Jack Henry & Associates (JKHY) most recently as Director of Client Services for Online Banking overseeing a P&L of $100MM and a team of 100 employees. Between roles at JKHY, Mr. Bishop worked for AT&T (T) as a Senior Financial Analyst in the Financial Leadership Development Program and for Citibank (C) as their VP of Offshore Management. He currently oversees Retail, Compliance, IT, Vendor and Backoffice operations. He is a member of the Fiserv Premier Advisory Board and the Missouri State University Design Thinking Advisory Board. In addition to his Six Sigma Black Belt certification, he graduated with honors in 2000 from Missouri Southern State University with a BSBA in Economics & Finance, and is also a 2006 graduate of Washington University in St. Louis with both a MBA in Operations, Finance and Strategy (Beta Gamma Sigma graduate) and a Masters in Information Management with a focus on Technology Change Management.
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Lee Wetherington
Senior Director of Corporate Strategy, Jack Henry & Associates®
Lee Wetherington is Senior Director of Strategy for Jack Henry & Associates® (JKHY: NASDAQ). Lee directs the development of actionable insights, forecasts and strategy for the financial services industry at large. To this end, he leads a team of analysts who track the trends and implications of emerging technologies transforming the banking industry. Lee delivers keynotes nationwide focusing upon opportunities and challenges in fintech, payments and digital banking.

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Seth Colaner
Moderator, VentureBeat
Seth is a longtime tech journalist who has covered a wide swath of the tech sphere, including personal computing, the cloud, cybersecurity, mobile, virtual reality, and AI.