Citi’s Chief Innovation Officer, Citi Global Transaction Services, Gary Greenwald, to Keynote Bank Systems & Technology’s 2010 Executive Summit
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — UBM TechWeb’s Bank Systems & Technology, the leading technology media brand focused on serving banking industry IT and business leaders, announces that Gary Greenwald, Chief Innovation Officer, Citi Global Transaction Services, will be the keynote speaker at the 5th Annual Executive Summit. Executives from U.S. Bank, First Tennessee Bank, Silicon Valley Bank and Celent will also share insights at an exclusive financial services networking event that brings together chief information officers, chief technology officers, line-of-business executives and other top technology decision makers.
Bank Systems & Technology’s 2010 Executive Summit, “New Beginnings,” will take place October 3-6, 2010, at The Grand Del Mar Resort in San Diego, California. Senior IT leadership from companies such as Wells Fargo, Umpqua Bank, BB&T, ICICI Bank, Sun Trust, JPMorgan Chase and City National Bank will come together to discuss ways to gain better insight into customers’ needs and expectations, and how to optimize products, pricing and delivery to improve market share, retention and profitability.
Registration for Bank Systems & Technology’s Executive Summit is open to senior-level bank executives who have technology decision making and buying responsibilities. For the full agenda and other information, please visit, http://www.banktech.com/summit-2010.
Featured speakers include:
- Gary Greenwald, Chief Innovation Officer, Citi Global Transaction Services
- Dan Marks, Chief Marketing Officer, First Tennessee Bank
- Richard Martino, Senior Vice President, Market Analytics & Performance Solutions, U.S. Bank
- Pradeep T. Moudgal, Managing Director, Cash Management Product Development & Global Services, Silicon Valley Bank
- Jacob Jegher, Senior Analyst, Banking, Celent
“Even as growth returns to the banking industry’s agenda, financial institutions continue to face many challenges and risks in the post-crisis financial regulatory world,” noted Kathy Burger, Editorial Director, Bank Systems & Technology. “Transparency, accountability and deliverables are the top priorities. Accordingly, we’re seeing renewed interest in an array of key enabling technology solutions, from core systems, to business intelligence and analytics, to still-evolving offerings in the social media and Web 2.0 space. At this year’s Executive Summit, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from some of the industry’s most successful players, as well as leading-edge technology companies, about the types of investments that banks need to make to be competitive and profitable in today’s still-uncertain financial services environment.”
Another highlight of the Executive Summit program will be the 2010 Elite 8 Awards Dinner & Ceremony, honoring eight innovative and successful bank technology executives who will be profiled in Bank Systems & Technology’s annual special report, coming out in September 2010.
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