New banks

Get access to all the session videos from the Convergence Conference 2021

  • Tearsheet's 2021 Convergence Conference looked at how FIs and fintechs are becoming financial super apps.
  • Here are all the session videos from the event.
close

Email a Friend

Get access to all the session videos from the Convergence Conference 2021

Modern fintech’s roots are in unbundling the bank. Startups carved out part of the banking journey and did a really good job delivering a modern customer experience. As these firms have grown, they’ve added in more products and services — to the point that many aspire to be financial Super Apps, a singular app that provides customers one point of contact to manage their financial lives. And we’re just getting started.

On the other hand, traditional financial institutions are also expanding their product portfolios. They’re building their own products, as well as partnering with top fintech firms to more fully service their customers’ needs. In addition to web and mobile banking, an increasing number of FIs are getting into student lending and refinancing, investing, and commercial banking for small and medium sized businesses. 

So, independent of their roots, financial services firms big and small are converging, heading in the same direction: becoming the home base for their customers’ financial lives. 

It was against this backdrop that Tearsheet hosted its inaugural Convergence Conference on September 14, 2021. We brought in leading professionals from firms spearheading the convergence of modern financial services, like JPMorgan Chase, Amex, Citizens Bank, Anchorage and Petal. 

Get access to all the videos from the event

0 comments on “Get access to all the session videos from the Convergence Conference 2021”

Outlier OpinionsMakers

Member Exclusive, New banks

Banking Briefing: Interest rates, big banks, and Revolut’s bumpy road to super-app-dom

  • The Central Bank raised its benchmark interest rate by half a percentage point. But with more fintech competition than ever, can major banks afford to respond the way they have in the past?
  • Meanwhile, Revolut’s super app strategy is hitting some bumps. What does that mean for the firm?
Rivka Abramson | May 09, 2022
Member Exclusive, New banks

Banking Briefing: A look into new challenger bank Zolve and a few thoughts on niche banking apps

  • How far can this world of niche challenger banks go?
  • Plus, as income sources become more varied, so are lending strategies.
Rivka Abramson | April 26, 2022
Member Exclusive, New banks

Banking Briefing: More eyes on core banking software

  • Core banking software may not have been as scrutiny-grabbing as BNPL or crypto, but now that the industry is growing, the CFPB is taking notice.
  • Meanwhile – what’s up with Apple’s recent acquisition of Credit Kudos? And just how do banks play a role in consumers’ mental health?
Rivka Abramson | April 18, 2022
New banks, Podcasts

The Banking Podcast Ep. 17: The story of Dave going public and BNPL as the new challenger bank

  • Episode 17 of the Banking Podcast explores Dave's challenges as a public neobank and what that means for the rest of the industry.
  • Hosts Zack Miller and Josh Liggett also talk about BNPL, MetaBank, and Apple and its acquisition of Credit Kudos.
Zachary Miller | April 04, 2022
Member Exclusive, New banks

Banking Briefing: What Biden’s executive order means for crypto growth

  • With Biden’s executive order showing more interest in crypto development, the next question is what does that mean for the future of banks and digital currency?
  • Meanwhile, fintech bank charters are heating up. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing for incumbents.
Rivka Abramson | March 29, 2022
More Articles