New speakers from Betterment, Intuit, and Aspiration announced for the Challengers Conference
- Banking is experiencing transformative forces emerging from the pandemic.
- At Tearsheet's inaugural Challengers Conference, we'll hear from the leaders of the future of banking.
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.
We've announced three new speakers for our event.
Betterment's president of retail, Mike Reust
First up is Betterment's Mike Reust, president of retail. The firm has been rolling out more banking functionality and Reust joins us to talk about the firm's move into banking.
Mike was previously the firm’s CTO so his perspective on Betterment’s product roadmap gives some insight into where the firm is headed. He discusses the demand side and what customers are looking for. We also chat about the firm’s overall vision and how that impacts product development during the COVID-19 era.
Intuit's head of product for QuickBooks Cash, Rob Daniel
Rob Daniel has spearheaded the business software firm's launch of a banking product, QuickBooks Cash, a business bank account that earns high-yield interest and when used with the QuickBooks suite of business services, takes the complexity out of managing finances for small business owners. The new bank account also includes a machine-learning powered finance planner to help small businesses plan for the future by making 90-day cash flow projections, including predictions on when invoices are likely to be paid.
Rob hails from Uber, where he lead the firms financial products.
Aspiration's CEO and co-founder, Andrei Cherny
Aspiration's Andrei Cherney has created a new type of financial institution, one with 1.5 million customers who pay what they think is fair. There’s no set fees for banking. Aspiration is a socially-conscious financial institution that plants trees when customers swipe their cards, provides investment portfolios that screen out companies that abuse the environment, and offsets its customers' carbon usage on the gas they purchase.
We’re got a great lineup of experts talking about challenger banking from firms like N26, Revolut, Current, Bank Novo, Wealthfront, N26, BankMobile, and more.
To learn more and to register for the Challengers Conference, go here.