The Future of the Branch for Community Banks
Has the tipping point for branch banking arrived? What will the branch of the future look like?
For years, pundits have been discussing the demise of the branch as we have traditionally known it. This session will address the trends, banks’ reactions to the trends and why the online-banking age is an opportunity for community banks to gain market share from the mega banks.
Has the tipping point for branch banking finally arrived? For years, pundits have been discussing the demise of the bank branch as we have traditionally known it; yet banks have continued to build new branches. Branch traffic and transactions are rapidly declining and online-only banks are gaining market share. This webinar will address the trends, banks’ reactions to the trends and why the online-banking age is an important opportunity for community banks to gain market share from the mega banks. John will begin with customer demographics, discuss the role of technology and describe what the branch of the future will look like.
- Retail banking strategies
- Branch trends & types
- Evolution of service delivery
- Demographic changes
You will discover the latest branch trends that you can implement at your institution.
Directors, CEOs, CFOs, Senior Management, Branch Managers and Marketing Officers.
John Hyche is SVP of LEVEL5, an organization engaged in bank facilities management. John works directly with clients to understand their challenges and goals. He then guides his team in applying research and analytical tools – including “feet on the street” research – to define the best strategies to support the client’s objectives. These strategies are then implemented as part of LEVEL5’s integrated services offering – the “build creatively” activities. John has spent his career working with financial institutions in consulting and regulatory capacities. These roles have encompassed strategy development, asset management and de novo bank formation.
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Member price: $275.00 | Non member price $550.00
Member price: $295.00 | Non member price $560.00
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