Announcing Matt Wolf, SVP of Business Development at Greenlight @ the Gen Z Symposium

  • On March 7, Tearsheet will convene a symposium on Gen Z and financial services.
  • Matt Wolf, SVP of Business Development at Greenlight, will join us on stage to discuss the path FIs can take to truly build products that resonate with Gen Z.

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Announcing Matt Wolf, SVP of Business Development at Greenlight @ the Gen Z Symposium

We’ve got a great new speaker for our upcoming event on Gen Z + financial services!

We’re excited to share that Matt Wolf, SVP of Business Development at Greenlight, will join us on stage at the upcoming Gen Z Symposium March 7th in NYC.

Join us at the Gen Z Symposium, a 1-day experience with people like Matt filled with exciting insights and innovative conversations – all about figuring out how to best serve young financial services customers (we’ll look at this both from a consumer and commercial lens).  

If you’re in product, marketing, or digital at a financial institution, are you thinking about how to connect with the next generation?

This is your opportunity to really dig deeper into what it takes to build financial products Gen Z loves.

About Matt and Greenlight

There are just a few firms really nailing what it means to serve Gen Z — Greenlight is one of them. Greenlight is a family finance company on a mission to help parents raise financially-smart kids.

Matt oversees Greenlight’s B2B strategy, including partnerships with leading brands like JPMorgan Chase, Morgan StanleyAmazon, and T-Mobile. Matt also led the launch of new B2B programs like Greenlight for Banks, a first-of-its-kind family banking solution for banks and credit unions, and Greenlight for Work, an employee benefit program focused on financial wellness.

Prior to Greenlight, Matt established the business development and partnerships function at SimpliSafe and held leadership roles with top consumer brands such as Citi, Burger King, and the New England Patriots. Matt holds a M.B.A from Harvard Business School and a B.A. from Middlebury College.

Join us at the Gen Z Symposium

The deets

What: The Gen Z Symposium

When: March 7, 2024
Where: Mastercard’s Tech Hub, NYC
Format: It’s going to be an intimate group with a handful of speakers and lots of good discussions
Sponsors: Publicis Sapient (premier partner) and Mastercard (host)

So save the date, register for tickets, and start counting the days.

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