As more Financial Institutions begin to understand the benefit of open banking and FinTech collaboration, they’re acknowledging the boosted customer satisfaction that comes with enabling third parties to unlock bank data, while also expanding product offerings to clients without the expense of developing proprietary solutions in-house.
In this webcast, we will discuss some of the new opportunities available in the market for unlocking corporate clients’ financial data in order to provide them with better products and services, with banks embracing data integration for their own product development initiatives, and FinTechs finding new ways to collaborate with each other.
We will answer the following:
- What are the trends driving digital innovation in corporate banking?
- How are financial institutions responding?
- How do I prepare my bank for these trends?
- What is the future of corporate banking?
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Clayton R. Weir is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at FISPAN, shaping FISPAN’s vision and execution with an emphasis on people, product, and client success. He previously founded the BC Tech HyperGrowth Accelerator and FinTech Industry Cluster. Clayton sits on the NACHA API Standardization Group, taught Entrepreneurship at the University of British Columbia and is a Vice-Chair and Finance Committee Chair of Canada’s largest independent car sharing organization. He holds an MBA from the University of British Columbia and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
Graham McLean is a Business Analyst at FISPAN who is focused on end-user experience and product innovation. He engages with corporate controllers, treasury managers, and bank partners to explore opportunities to create and enrich the user experience across a wide range of current and future FISPAN products. Graham has spent several years working in retail banking and one year in public practice accounting. He holds a BBA with Honours and a Certificate in Business Technology Management from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada.