Balancing the Perceived Risk of Bank and Fintech Partnerships

About this Event

This virtual event is open to the public and part of a 3-part series focused on how Community Banks and Fintechs can best work together for a better financial ecosystem.

For our first event, please join us and our panel of experts to talk about the perceived risk of bank and fintech partnerships. We’ll be discussing the banks perspective on fintech partnerships, how Fintechs can adapt their business for future success for partnership and hear about some successful partnerships along the way.


Chris Stanley – Atlantic Capital Bank

Zach Duke – Finosec

Kim Kirk – Queensborough National Bank & Trust

Charles Potts – ICBA

Sponsored by:

CBA of Georgia


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