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October 1, 2012

Bank Systems & Technology Executive Summit


After several years of reactionary cost containment, the banking industry is looking forward to better times – and the recent round of financial reports showing improved profits and revenues show that many financial institutions have shifted successfully to growth mode. Accordingly, banks of all sizes are have boosted their investments in IT. Whether it involves efforts to optimize multiple delivery channels (especially the white-hot and still-evolving mobile channel) and improve customer experience, a commitment to finally modernize legacy core systems, or expanding the use of analytics and reporting tools to respond to the new compliance requirements that come with the Dodd-Frank legislation and other new regulations – more than ever, technology provides the essential foundation to carrying out banks' strategic priorities.

But banks can't spend their ways to success. For these investments to pay off, financial institutions must transform long-standing operational, transactional and service models. CIOs and line-of-business heads must define and pursue a new vision for banking IT – one that forges a new, more results-oriented and transparent way of doing business that ultimately drives sustainable growth.

As a participant in Bank Systems & Technology's 6th Annual Executive Summit you'll get an edge on incorporating the trends and technologies that are keys to driving growth, profitability and compliance. Join an exclusive group of senior-level banking executives to network, make valuable new contacts, and learn about industry-leading approaches to channel profitability, operational and transaction excellence, and organizational effectiveness. Your take-away from the Executive Summit? A valuable tool-kit of resources, tactics and ideas that will make you smarter and your bank more successful.


The Royal Palms Resort & Spa
5200 East Camelback Road
85018 Phoenix, Arizona
United States


October 1, 2012


UBM / Bank Systems & Technology Magazine


(212) 600-3137

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