Webinar February 27, 2019

3 Key Trends Impacting Digital-First Banking

Learn how to strategize and execute your Digital-First banking transformation


Today’s banking industry has moved beyond a ‘digital technology on the side’ way of thinking. The world’s leading financial service providers are mobilizing their entire organisations on a journey to become digital to the core: truly digital-first.

Attend this webinar with Backbase and The Financial Brand and learn how to overcome major barriers on the road to becoming a digital-first bank. You’ll know exactly what you need to do, and how to avoid the pitfalls bankers often make on their digital transformation journey.


Date: Wednesday, February 27th, 2019
Time: 5pm CET/ 11am EST (60 minutes)


Register on The Financial Brand’s website

You’ll Learn How To:

  • Analyze your challenges on the road to building a digital-first strategy;
  • Understand the value drivers of a digital-first business model and culture;
  • Introduce the best practices behind aggregating value and scaling up at speed;
  • Adopt agile principles that create autonomy and ownership;
  • Move from being ‘digital on the side’ and get digital to the core.


  • Backbase CEO, Jouk Pleiter
  • Backbase VP of Strategy, Tim Rutten

In this webinar, we will give you new and refreshing insights on how to strategize and execute your digital-first banking transformation. Don’t miss out. Register today on The Financial Brand’s website.

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