Tech In Banking Webinar Series - Session 1 & 2


How has embracing digital adoption expanded market opportunities and profitability for financial institutions worldwide? Join our panelists for our annual Tech in Banking webinar series to take a deep dive into the convergence between fintechs and banks and the implications that will impact service offerings.

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Title: Financial Services and Tech Companies at the Crossroads

Time: 2:00 – 3:00 pm EDT / 7:00 - 8:00 pm BST

Duration: 1 Hour


Digital adoption continues to profoundly alter how consumers and businesses interact with financial institutions. While the funding environment for U.S. fintechs has cooled from a red-hot 2021, changing customer preferences and innovative products will continue to dominate the landscape.

During this webinar we will:
  • Review S&P Global Market Intelligence’s proprietary research on digital banking, customer preferences and bank branches
  • Discuss how embedded finance is reshaping the distribution model for financial services and the competitive threat it presents for incumbent financial institutions
  • Examine the various usage trends and preferences for Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) and the implications for future credit card usage and product offerings
  • Analyze cryptocurrency adoption and market opportunities; discuss how banks can support crypto adoption and how they should proceed given regulatory ambiguity
  • Evaluate trends in digital investing platforms including recent performance and funding
  • Assess the implications of the continued intersection of technology and financial services on U.S. Commercial Banks .

Title: Monetizing Digitalization for Traditional and Neo-banks

Time: 9:00 – 9:45 am EDT / 2:00 - 2:45 pm BST

Duration: 1 Hour


This Tech in Banking webinar will focus on how banks can make a profit out of digitalization. Do nimble neo-banks with consumer-friendly tech have an advantage starting from scratch or does the sheer scale of traditional banks mean they can outspend their new competitors and win in the end? We will look at the different ways different kinds of banks have chosen to try to make money from digitalization, what banks have in common on this issue, and which are likely to be most successful.

During this webinar we will:
  • Examine the effects of the pandemic in hastening the use of digital banking services for both neo and incumbent banks and how effectively banks were able to monetize this period.
  • Look at whether the longer-term effects of the pandemic which has seen incumbent banks slash their property portfolio and axe bank branches still further, for instance, will benefit incumbent banks disproportionately in the future.
  • Discuss whether neo-banks' success in acquiring customers has been matched by their success in acquiring and monetizing their customers' primary account services.
  • Examine the sheer financial firepower that the likes of Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan can bring to ensure their digital banking operations, Marcus and Chase, become profitable.
  • Discuss those technological trends which S&P Global Market Intelligence's proprietary research indicates will be most effective in benefiting banks' bottom line in 2022/23.

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