Driving Results with Your Bank’s Data
As the race for core customers, core deposits, and expanded customer relationships intensifies, it is imperative to have financial institutions positioned for growth. In the age of analytics and informed decision-making, banks have a largely untapped source of internal data. Given this wealth of information, why aren’t more organizations utilizing it to improve results? During this session, explore specific and actionable strategies to use internal data to: grow core customers, increase core deposits, and deepen customer relationships.
Who Should Attend: Chief Operating Officer, Chief Information Officer, Senior Retail Banking Officer, Relationship Manager
- Understand how a bank’s current retail and business customer data can be utilized to grow core customers
- Review how big data can be deployed to target prospective customers
- Identify internal opportunities to increase core deposits, fee income, and product utilization
- Discuss specific strategies to enhance internal execution with customers and prospects
Bryan has more than 10 years of experience focused on retail banking, consumer lending, and financial technology. He works with many financial institutions across the country to identify opportunities and provide strategies to acquire significantly more profitable account holders, and engage new and existing customers to utilize more products and services.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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