Do You Want to be the Lunch, or the Lion?
Institutions want to begin their digital transformation strategy and acquire the benefits of virtual banking but they don't know where to start. This presentation discusses the technological and contractual barriers that await and discusses what other banks are doing to solve these problems. Includes examples of omni-channel banking, mobile first and basic functions of a virtual bank.
In this session, Silva will take you through a history of how we [the industry] got into this mess with Core IT suppliers along with his plans - and those of his many community bank and industry partner followers - intended to disrupt the oligopoly of “the Big Three” and change the game once and for all by putting more power back into the hands of community financial institutions. Every banker in the country is affected by critical, complex and expensive relationships with Core IT suppliers. Anticipated competitive offerings promised by new FinTech companies are threatened by the barriers and poison pills embedded in nearly every agreement held by a bank - assuring Core IT suppliers hold all the keys. Attendees to this session will leave with a greater understanding of the clear and present danger faced by every franchise and what actionable steps can be taken to help guide our industry forward.
AARON SILVA, PRESIDENT & CEO OF PALADIN fs AND GOLDEN CONTRACT COALITION
Mr. Silva is a recognized and respected industry leader and negotiations expert standing
for community financial institutions. An entrepreneur and industry veteran since 1991, Aaron founded Paladin fs, LLC in 2007 and launched Golden Contract Coalition in 2016. His invention of the Paladin Blue Book has leveled the playing field in contract negotiations vs. national Core & IT suppliers, gaining his clients more than $300M in cost reduction and $100M in merger value accretion. In 2018 Silva expanded Paladin to include the Fintech Advantage division, now addressing the anticipated adoption of fintech services within the industry. By the end of 2019, the GCC will have more than $1B in combined contract value - the largest banking association focused exclusively on developing a fair "Golden" contract standard that all Core, IT and Fintech suppliers will ultimately adopt in order to do business with this industry.