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3 new speakers announced for Tearsheet’s inaugural Challengers Conference

Tearsheet’s inaugural Challengers Conference (September 22-24) is the first-of-its-kind online event focused entirely on digital banking. Challengers brings together senior leaders from banks, credit unions, challenger banks, and firms outside of banking for a candid discussion about what the top firms are doing with banking products and services, strategy, talent, and customer acquisition to thrive in today’s unprecedented environment.

Sean Hunter, CIO, OakNorth

OakNorth’s CIO, Sean Hunter will discuss how the challenger uses its own bank as a proving ground to distribute its lending software globally.

The UK fintech licenses its lending platform to banks interested in building an SMB lending practice off their own balance sheets.

Chris Hutchins, head of autonomous financial planning, Wealthfront

Wealthfront’s head of autonomous financial planning Chris Hutchins will talk about the future of self-driving money and autonomous finance.

With deep roots in investing, the financial technology firm is focused on bringing automation to everyday financial decision making to help optimize long-term outcomes.

Stuart Sopp, CEO, Current

Current CEO Stuart Sopp will present on building products for customers frequently overlooked by traditional banks.

“If you think of a regional or community bank, they spend something like $10 – $12 per month on an open account on technology costs alone,” he told Tearsheet. “We spend something like $0.10 – $0.15. We’re able to profitably open and maintain bank accounts for gig workers, essential workers and teenagers.”

We’re got a great lineup of experts talking about challenger banking from firms like Aspiration, Bank Novo, Betterment, N26, BankMobile, and Intuit. We’re adding more every day.

To learn more and to register for early pricing for the Challengers Conference, go here.

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