Executive Leaders from companies including TransUnion, Fidel, Affinity Solutions, Pentadata, and Arent Fox explored turning financial data regulation into competitive advantage at the Financial Data Forum. Leading card issuers, financial institutions, retailers, card-linked technology companies, and digital marketing technology innovators came together at the Financial Data Forum to share key industry insights. Top companies in attendance included Bank of America, Discover, Mastercard, Microsoft, FIS, Cardlytics, and many more.
At this Financial Data Forum, industry leaders discussed the theme of turning financial data regulation into competitive advantage, including: consumer perspective on financial data, CFPB updates on consumer data, personalized experiences and the next-generation customer experience, the future of financial data in terms of portability, and the future of financial data APIs.
Keynote Speaker Lineup:
- TransUnion: Paul Siegfried, Sr. Vice President of Financial Services
- Arent Fox: Jenny Lee, Partner
- Affinity Solutions: Jonathan Silver, Chief Executive Officer
- Pentadata: Pietro Grandinetti, Chief Technology Officer
- Fidel: Siobhan Costello, General Counsel
Dan Currell, Conference Host & Managing Director at AdvanceLaw, kicked off the event setting the stage on sources of competitive advantage. Paul Siegfried, Senior Vice President, Financial Services at TransUnion, was our first speaker and shared his insights on consumer perspectives on financial data. Jenny Lee, Partner at Arent Fox, presented CFPB updates on consumer data. Jonathan Silver, Chief Executive Officer of Affinity Solutions, spoke about personalized experiences, powered by personal data and the next-generation customer experience. Pietro Grandinetti, Chief Technology Officer at Pentadata, shared his insights on portability and the future of financial data. Lastly, Siobhan Costello, General Counsel at Fidel, spoke about the future of financial data APIs. The event was filled with leading-edge insights to our members and the broader eCommerce and payments world. If you couldn’t attend this event, don’t miss our next one, our Fall DCA Forum, via Zoom on November 9! Register today!