Improving Return on Innovation in Financial Institutions 2017

Improving Return on Innovation in Financial Institutions in San Francisco. Photo: Benny Marty,
Written by BankNXT
April 3, 2017 – April 5, 2017 all-day
San Francisco

This GFMI conference – Improving Return on Innovation in Financial Institutions 2017 – will help institutions increase return on investment within innovation.

Attendees will learn about the best organisational structure to manage and execute innovation, and consider practices to foster an innovative culture within a firm. They will discuss the effectiveness of consortiums and partnering with startups to drive innovation. We will examine case studies on innovation success stories such as innovation labs as well industry initiatives such as blockchain, faster payments and digital wallets. Institutions will ultimately learn how to increase their profitability through consumer focused and effective innovation.

Innovation is a key area in financial institutions today. Financial firms are heavily investing in more advanced technology and partnering with fintech firms to drive innovation in their business. There are challenges regarding the optimal organisational structure and execution of innovation, and how to balance creativity with reaching targets.

With new initiatives such as blockchain and faster payments on the horizon, it’s now more imperative than ever to adapt company culture to reflect consumers’ insatiable desire for innovative products.

BankNXT is delighted to be a media partner of this event, in association with Marcus Evans. BankNXT readers are entitled to a $200 discount by using special promo code BNXT200.

Photo: Benny Marty,

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