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Published on Oct 4, 2018
SVIC’s Navigating Fintech Disruption Executive Immersion Program is a five-day experience in the heart of Silicon Valley bringing together financial service executives from across the world. Find out more: https://siliconvalley.center/navigati...
Through meetings, presentations and hands-on workshops with fintech startups, tech companies and innovation practitioners SVIC’s program provides incumbent firms in the financial services industry with a deep dive into Silicon Valley’s fintech ecosystem and helps them engage with the fast-moving world of fintech.
For Randy Richmond, vice-president of lending at Alliance Catholic Credit Union and a recent participant on one of SVIC’s Navigating Fintech Disruption programs, the advantage of coming to Silicon Valley is in the direct contact with tech companies it enables.
“It’s about working first-hand with these companies,” says Richmond. “Seeing how they are so open to sharing information. Quite often in the competitive business that we’re in back home there’s not that quick result of comparing competitive information. It was nice to see companies come in and sit down with you and literally ask: “how can we help you? How can we help you achieve your goals?”
With digital-first businesses appearing regularly in the financial services space, now is the time for established banks and financial institutions to delve into fintech and discover the opportunities behind the threats of emerging technologies.
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