Digital Banking School (Virtual)
Offered by the VBA in partnership with the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Banking continues to evolve – and as consumer preferences have moved from lobby to service multi-channel, multi-touch interactions, the demand for digital banking services has grown exponentially.
This shift – plus pressure from new and non-traditional competitors for all types of financial services – has led to an entirely new banking landscape. To remain competitive today – and viable tomorrow — community banks need to devote attention, staffing and financial resources to innovation, digital product mix, online customer engagement, technological advances, vendor partnerships and more.
GSB’s Digital Banking School is the first school of its kind – focused exclusively on demystifying these sometimes-intimidating topics – to help community banks move into and/or grow in the digital banking space.
This immersive experience will showcase the key elements of a bank’s effective digital strategy and will be led by industry thought leaders who are experts in digital banking and innovation.
Who Should Attend
Given the scope of all that’s involved in digital banking, we encourage broad participation across all various areas of the bank – and that’s why we’ve priced this school with a single, affordable per-bank fee. We encourage community bank CEOs to attend, along with leadership teams from operations, retail strategy, lending, business development, marketing, technology, project management, cybersecurity and compliance. All will benefit from the program and be better positioned to make the important shifts that drive digital banking success.
What You’ll Gain
- Defining the Game
- Get off the Sidelines — Why Digital Banking?
- Which Version Do You Want to Play?
- Create Your Team — The People Factor in Digital Banking
- What Equipment Do You Need?
- Building the Foundation to Help You Achieve Digital Banking Success
- Promoting Your Digital Bank and Building Your Brand
- Technology & Risk: Cybersecurity Challenges