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BIGcast

16Mar

Branching Out By Leaning In

 

In this episode:

  • A recap of the GAC Committee Meetings, keynote speakers, and some key takeaways.
  • Glen interviews select attendees, including:
    • Ted Bilke, President of Symitar, presents his vision on the branch of the future and how technology and devices will transform client services and solutions.
    • Bill Hampel, Chief Economist and Chief Policy Officer of CUNA, on economic recovery, credit union resiliency during a recession, and the credit union effect on the financial industry.
  • John provides a CULedger update and discusses some of BIG’s current projects.

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About the Author

John Best

John Best

CEO

Best Innovation Group

John Best is recognized as a thought leader and visionary of technology advancements and financial application development within the credit union industry.

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