Tearsheet’s inaugural Resilience Conference is shaping up really nicely. We have some of the top professionals in financial services and fintech representing the top firms on the speaker roster. They’ll offer candid discussions about what the top firms are doing to remain relevant and thrive in this challenging environment.
We’ll be recognizing the executives, teams, and companies that have found the best ways of overcoming adversity, pivoting quickly and resiliently in the face of unprecedented challenges. We’re also running the Resilience Awards in parallel and will announce the winners at the conference July 21-23.
We have 3 new speakers we’ve just confirmed:
Kim Jaffee-Prado, Managing Director, Global Head of Client, Banking and Digital Channels Technology, RBC
As the Head of Client, Banking and Digital Channels Technology, Kim is responsible for defining and executing the strategic roadmap aligned to RBC’s global business priorities. Through an active and passive data strategy, the firm applies advanced analytics, algorithms and machine learning to provide meaningful recommendations and insights to the firm’s internal and external clients.
Clay Wilkes, CEO, Galileo
Clay Wilkes is the founder and CEO of Galileo, the API standard for card issuing and digital banking, powering many of the leading global fintech companies. Galileo is a very fast growing and profitable company and was acquired by SoFi in April 2020. Clay was recently a guest on the Tearsheet Podcast — listen/read more here. In a previous life, he authored the patents for VOIP.
Mike Butler, CEO and President, Radius Bank
Since joining Radius Bank in March 2008, Mr. Butler has transformed the Bank into an innovative leader in the financial services industry, one focused on delivering superior customer service and leading-edge technology to its clients. Radius was acquired by LendingClub in February 2020.
To see the great speakers we have lined up at the Resilience Conference July 21-23, learn more and register for the online conference, go here.