Remember a few years ago when you went to Borders to buy a book or stopped by Blockbuster and rented a movie? Not any more -- we buy and read books on a Kindle and rent movies on Netflix. The same thing is happening in banking. In our digital world where banking services are increasingly being conducted electronically (ATM's, online, mobile devices, tablets, etc.), the need for a physical branch is shrinking.
Should we close our branches, or repurpose them? This recording of the briefing/Webcast held on February 12, 2014 discusses and provides perspectives from a panel of your peers in the world of community banking. Listen to what has become one of the most critical challenges of the time.
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- The bank branch today –- purpose, traffic patterns, ROI
- Innovative strategies that community bankers are engaging in to redefine the branch network and keep it relevant
- Up-skilling branch employees to make them versatile to changing customer needs.
- Joel Abramson, Director of Business Development & Strategy, Complete Data Products (CDP), Troy, MI
- Adam Clifton, Senior Systems Administrator, North American Banking Company, Roseville, MN
- Randy Lashua, Project/IT Manager, Capital City Services Company, Tallahassee, FL
Who Should Attend?
- Senior Bank Managers
- Bank Presidents
- Community Bank CEO’s
- Operations Officers
- Marketing Directors
- Retail Managers
- Information & Technology Officers
- Risk Managers and Auditors
- Compliance Officers & Managers
Get the Credit You Deserve!
The Institute of Certified Bankers (ICB) is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of performance and ethics within the financial services industry. "The Demise of Branch Banking -- Fact or Fiction?" recording has been approved for 2.0 CFMP and 2.0 CRCM continuing education credits.
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