Register for the 2024 Banking Law Seminar

Posted on 05/31/2024 at 11:03 AM by The Newsroom

Banking used to be a straightforward business. Customers made their transactions at their local branch office, stored their valuables in a safe deposit box, and turned to their local bank manager for financial advice.

Today, change and disruption is the one constant in the banking industry. Most customers do their banking online, their valuables are digital, and they turn to friends and social media for advice.

Financial institutions are already adapting to meet the modern needs of customers, however it is time to consider future-facing scenarios now that the banking industry is at a critical inflection point. Disruptive technology and innovation, ever-increasing competition, rising regulatory complexity, embedded finance, consolidation, and evolving customer expectations are placing unprecedented pressure on your shoulders.

Join the attorneys of Dickinson Bradshaw for the 2024 Banking Law Seminar on September 5th at the Hilton Garden Inn in West Des Moines (new location) as we examine how rising to the challenges that come along with change and disruption can provide banks with critical opportunities to not only stay competitive, but to take advantage of new technologies and new operational models.

A complimentary breakfast and lunch will be served. There is no cost to attend, but seats are limited. Click below to register.



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