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Panel Discussion: Managing APIs in an expanding digital banking ecosystem

Open banking has been an accelerator for more profound digital transformation in the banking sector.
• Do the Open Banking practices and lessons learned have a wider applicability?
• How to manage the more complex API landscape that is expected to emerge?
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  • The Rise of Hybrid Banking: Combining Physical with Digital Oct 18 2021 9:00 am UTC 62 mins
    Finextra, OneSpan, Forrester Research & Allied Irish Banks (AIB)
    As consumers increasingly engage with their bank remotely, and circumstances such as the pandemic, as well as new digitally-focused strategies continue to play out, there are ongoing questions and serious challenges for banks in defining new models and transitioning to digital offerings.

    There will always be different customer preferences and needs for banks to meet. Added to this the variation in the complexity of banking activities, and suddenly banks need a considered and highly nuanced approach at the ready.

    Many customers will use self-serve digital channels most of the time and as much as they can; others turn first to channels where they can get human help. The latter is still essential for certain transactions, interactions, or even as part of some activities.

    Most banks are transforming to a hybrid model but the greatest challenge remains how to replicate the human interaction when it comes to, for example, the explanation and understanding of contractual documents and serious financial decisions and products, as well as the need to adequately verify remote consumers before they gain access to high-value agreements and advisory services.

    Banks and FIs that take advantage of the convenience of digital banking, while leveraging the benefits of in-person experiences that digital self-service channels cannot provide, will succeed. With the new hybrid banking model, the key is to find the right balance between human-mediated and digital experiences.

    This Finextra webinar, in association with OneSpan, discusses recent research and future strategies for banks, addressing the following key questions and more:
    - What does the hybrid model look like to address the new and evolving consumer behaviours in a remote-first world?
    - How do we weave human assistance into digital customer touchpoints for more complex and lengthy interactions to deliver a more collaborative and engaging experience?
  • Reimagined Banking Platform with Enhanced Digital Workflow Capabilities Oct 15 2021 9:00 am UTC 61 mins
    People's United Bank, Q2, Blend & OneSpan
    The last year drove huge increases in digital banking with consumer interactions spanning across multiple digital touchpoints. Be it for a lending, new account opening or other financial transaction, the demand for e-signatures has intensified and digital behaviors are here to stay. By equipping a digital banking platform with e-signature technology, FIs not only help create a seamless and white labelled experience for their customers, but they also create end-to-end digital workflows.

    In this webinar, a panel of digital banking experts share best practices for filling the technology gap in existing banking platforms by seamlessly embedding e-signature, ID verification and user and transaction authentication technology.

    Additional topics include:
    - Pre- and post-pandemic trends driving digital banking activities
    - Deployment options and integration with existing systems
    - Success stories and ROI

    Presenters
    - Ruchi Gupta, Head of Enterprise Digital E-Signature Bank Transformation, People's United Bank
    - Taylor Adkins, VP of Product, Q2
    - Erik Wrobel, Head of Product, Blend
    - Mary Ellen Power, VP Marketing, OneSpan
  • Mobile Financial Super Apps – What’s Your Strategy and What Are You Waiting For? Oct 8 2021 9:00 am UTC 58 mins
    BDC, Forrester & OneSpan
    Mobile apps have become the touchpoint of choice for billions of banking customers worldwide and COVID-19 has only accelerated this trend. Financial institutions are increasingly offering more complex services via the mobile channel in their quest to attract and retain new banking customers faster.

    Disruptive innovators seek to activate under-served market niches as well as steal incumbents’ customers on the back of all-in-one, super mobile apps. Financial institutions should not recoil – they need to lean in. Now is the time for FIs to realize the force multipliers of their well-known, trusted reputation combined with their fraud, privacy, security and regulations expertise in their pursuit of supporting customers quickly, conveniently and securely - while managing their day-to-day financial lives through mobile financial services apps.

    Innovative FIs like the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) are meeting these challenges. By offering mobile apps that go beyond traditional banking, “Super Apps” can provide customers with access to financial services as well as to third-party services such as cardless fueling, on-street parking, bus tickets purchasing and more – without sacrificing user convenience.

    So how can you win the Mobile Banking App battle and secure your future banking business?

    In this webinar, a guest speaker from Forrester and mobile baking specialists from BDC and OneSpan explore:
    - Why and how mobile “Super Apps” are an opportunity rather than a threat
    - How to overcome hesitancy related to fraud, privacy, regulation and security
    - Leveraging identity and authentication techniques to set your app apart

    Presenters:
    - François Guerette, Mobile Product Apps, BDC
    - Peter Wannemacher, Principal Analyst, Forrester
    - Lucas Gibbons, Senior Product Manager
    - Samuel Bakken, Director, Product Marketing
  • The Future of Insurance: Combining In-Person and Digital Interactions Oct 7 2021 9:00 am UTC 64 mins
    Mary Ellen Power & Paul Dockree, OneSpan
    With the initial disruption of the pandemic now past, the insurance industry is looking to modernize how insurers and broker dealers interact with clients. Traditionally, carriers and agents relied on face-to-face meetings with customers to complete business applications, disclosures and policies, and insurance claims. But in our increasingly remote world, consumers have come to expect the ability to conduct business remotely, with any device they choose, and at their own convenience.

    The challenge is how to provide a superior customer experience within the confines of remote digital processes. Despite a surge in all-things “digital”, customers still value the human connection. That’s why a human-digital hybrid model is an important combination for replicating the in-person experience.

    In this webinar, OneSpan shares how insurers can bring the human connection to digital insurance processes.

    Key takeaways include:
    - Developing a hybrid model to address new and evolving consumer behaviors in a remote-first world
    - Replicating in-person interactions through digital platforms that integrate e-signature, videoconferencing, identity proofing, and rich collaboration capabilities
    - The role of advisors and agents in remote channels
    - How a hybrid model will build a stronger connection and loyalty with consumers over time

    Speakers
    - Mary Ellen Power, Vice President, Marketing, OneSpan
    - Paul Dockree, Senior Solution Engineer, OneSpan
  • Reimaging the Customer Experience in Wealth Management Oct 4 2021 9:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Awaad Aamir, Celent, Aaron Davis & François Leblanc, OneSpan
    The pandemic has accelerated digitization across industries, with financial services seeing an outsized impact. With traditional in-person channels unavailable and the need to support a global remote workforce, financial institutions and wealth management firms have advanced their use of technologies like e-signature and enhanced ID verification to continue to serve customers whenever, wherever, and however they choose.

    At the same time, savvy wealth management organizations are responding to the pandemic by digitizing their value chains, building frictionless advisor/client journeys, driving automation and efficiencies in the back office, and scaling new business models to meet evolving client demands.

    In this webinar, presenters from Celent and OneSpan give a closer look at the digitization trends shaping the wealth management industry, and how technologies like e-signature increase efficiency and accelerate customer acquisition.

    Topics include:
    - The most important and recent technology trends shaping the wealth management industry and the impact that they will have on your business
    - Innovative solutions in customer onboarding and digital agreements for wealth management, including enhanced ID verification and mediated agreements
    - How wealth management firms can increase conversion rates and experience a high ROI from integrating e-signatures into their existing workflows

    Presenters:
    - Awaad Aamir, Wealth Management Analyst, Celent
    - Aaron Davis, Director Product Marketing
    - François Leblanc, Director Technical Sales
  • Panel discussion: Digital Transformation in Banking Sep 30 2021 9:00 am UTC 38 mins
    Maria Cristina Melan, Keytrade Bank & Benoit Grangé, OneSpan
    Our panel discusses:
    • Managing partnerships between banks and fintechs.
    oWhat’s the status in industry?
    oIs it beyond just the technology?
    oHow are fintechs becoming an integral part of the financial services ecosystem?
    • The status of Digital Transformation in Banking
    oWhere are we in the process?
    oWhat’s the role of automation?
    oWhat’s the status or role of adopting Agile? Any challenges?
    •Fintech & Regtech
    oHow are we moving beyond the Startup scene?
    oFrom apps to algorithms to patents to AI.
    • What is the next big thing regulatory-wise now that banks (should be) well into their PSD2 implementations.
    • Blockchain
    oSome concrete use cases. (Identity management, KYC).
    • Quantum
    oSome concrete use cases. (decrypt vs. encrypt).
    • AI / ML
    oConcrete use cases.
    oExplainable AI and Regulation
    oCompetence to ‘manage’ the AI
    • Where do you see regulation lagging behind market and tech driven developments?

    Expert panellists:
    - Maria Cristina Melan | Transformation Manager & PMO | Keytrade Bank
    - Benoit Grange | Chief Technology Evangelist | OneSpan
  • How Banks Can Reduce Account Opening Abandonment with Digital ID Verification Sep 29 2021 9:00 am UTC 7 mins
    Conor Hickey, Head of Solution Architecture, OneSpan
    Conor Hickey, Solution Architect at OneSpan, speaks about why consumers are abandoning online bank account application processes, how banks can reduce applicant abandonment with digital identity verification, and what the future holds for biometric verification.
  • How to Prepare for the “Next Normal”: Customer Onboarding Sep 28 2021 9:00 am UTC 20 mins
    Rahim Kaba, VP Product Marketing, OneSpan
    Our relationship with technology and remote interactions is continuously evolving as we move toward the “next normal.” Many insurance firms have already taken steps to address the immediate impacts of COVID-19 on business continuity. Now, insurers are focused on the next set of challenges, including how to reimagine customer onboarding in a more remote world. In this session, we'll explore novel approaches in identity verification and the electronic delivery and acceptance of insurance agreements and policies to support the rise of the digital-first insurer.
  • Breaking Barriers in Digital Account Opening Sep 27 2021 8:00 am UTC 55 mins
    Ranya Tzortzatos, TD Bank - Jorge Oliveira, BDC - Michael Lakhal, OneSpan - Mary Ellen Power, OneSpan
    A poor customer experience and insufficient security in the account opening process has been shown to directly negatively impact long-term customer loyalty, retention and profitability. To accelerate new customer acquisition and reduce abandonment rates, financial institutions need to transform the new account opening process into a seamless and secure digital customer experience for applicants. This means stripping out areas of frustration, such as manual ID checks and mandatory branch visits, while replacing these legacy processes with modern solutions, such as digital identity verification and e-signatures.

    In this webinar, we review the findings from a new survey of over 100 financial institutions on the current state of digital account opening transformation. Then, we get direct feedback from a panel of digital customer experience leaders from TD Bank and the Business Development Bank of Canada and the digital strategies being used by their institutions for removing major points of friction in the account opening and onboarding process.

    Topics included:
    - A first look at the findings from The State of Digital Account Opening survey + analysis of what the findings truly mean
    - Strategies on how to remove major points of friction in the account opening and onboarding experience
    - What new and emerging technologies TD and BDC recommend for helping FIs transform the account opening and onboarding experience

    Presenters:
    - Ranya Tzortzatos, Senior Manager, Customer Strategy, TD Bank
    - Jorge Oliveira, Director, IT Solutions Delivery, BDC
    - Michael Lakhal, Director Product Management Agreement Automation, OneSpan
    - Mary Ellen Power, VP Marketing, OneSpan, Moderator
  • The Rise of Hybrid Banking: Combining Physical with Digital Recorded: Sep 24 2021 62 mins
    Finextra, OneSpan, Forrester Research & Allied Irish Banks (AIB)
    As consumers increasingly engage with their bank remotely, and circumstances such as the pandemic, as well as new digitally-focused strategies continue to play out, there are ongoing questions and serious challenges for banks in defining new models and transitioning to digital offerings.

    There will always be different customer preferences and needs for banks to meet. Added to this the variation in the complexity of banking activities, and suddenly banks need a considered and highly nuanced approach at the ready.

    Many customers will use self-serve digital channels most of the time and as much as they can; others turn first to channels where they can get human help. The latter is still essential for certain transactions, interactions, or even as part of some activities.

    Most banks are transforming to a hybrid model but the greatest challenge remains how to replicate the human interaction when it comes to, for example, the explanation and understanding of contractual documents and serious financial decisions and products, as well as the need to adequately verify remote consumers before they gain access to high-value agreements and advisory services.

    Banks and FIs that take advantage of the convenience of digital banking, while leveraging the benefits of in-person experiences that digital self-service channels cannot provide, will succeed. With the new hybrid banking model, the key is to find the right balance between human-mediated and digital experiences.

    This Finextra webinar, in association with OneSpan, discusses recent research and future strategies for banks, addressing the following key questions and more:
    - What does the hybrid model look like to address the new and evolving consumer behaviours in a remote-first world?
    - How do we weave human assistance into digital customer touchpoints for more complex and lengthy interactions to deliver a more collaborative and engaging experience?
  • Reimagined Banking Platform with Enhanced Digital Workflow Capabilities Recorded: Sep 23 2021 61 mins
    People's United Bank, Q2, Blend & OneSpan
    The last year drove huge increases in digital banking with consumer interactions spanning across multiple digital touchpoints. Be it for a lending, new account opening or other financial transaction, the demand for e-signatures has intensified and digital behaviors are here to stay. By equipping a digital banking platform with e-signature technology, FIs not only help create a seamless and white labelled experience for their customers, but they also create end-to-end digital workflows.

    In this webinar, a panel of digital banking experts share best practices for filling the technology gap in existing banking platforms by seamlessly embedding e-signature, ID verification and user and transaction authentication technology.

    Additional topics include:
    - Pre- and post-pandemic trends driving digital banking activities
    - Deployment options and integration with existing systems
    - Success stories and ROI

    Presenters
    - Ruchi Gupta, Head of Enterprise Digital E-Signature Bank Transformation, People's United Bank
    - Taylor Adkins, VP of Product, Q2
    - Erik Wrobel, Head of Product, Blend
    - Mary Ellen Power, VP Marketing, OneSpan
  • Future Proofing the Customer Journey via eSignature & ID Verification solutions Recorded: Sep 21 2021 57 mins
    Aaron Davis, OneSpan
    In these turbulent times, companies need to rapidly adjust and implement new digital capabilities to fulfill the immediate needs of their customers and employees.

    Many banks and financial institutions already digitized some of their core processes, while others are not yet automated end-to-end. This prevents organizations to deliver the “right here, right now” service needed in times of crisis.

    Internal and external processes can now easily get digitized using e-forms, e-signatures, and digital identity verification, providing a better experience for employees, customers and partners, while removing the need for manual, paper-based processing.

    Join Aaron Davis, Director of Product Marketing, OneSpan on Thursday 2nd September to learn:
    - How to leverage eSignature & ID Verification in your business processes
    - eSignature & ID Verification real-life use cases in banking
    - What are the requirements to consider when implementing these solutions
  • Leading a Path to Digital Innovation in Business Banking Recorded: Sep 20 2021 61 mins
    Navy Federal Credit Union, nCino, Truist & OneSpan
    A pandemic-challenged year has accelerated digital transformation plans for financial institutions. The increased use of digital channels have forced banks, credit unions and other FIs to improve their product origination and digital onboarding capabilities, while those further down a digitization path have built upon existing capabilities to better serve existing and new customers. Enhanced customer and member experiences, reduced cycle times, and a faster lending process are just some of the benefits of a successful end-to-end digital platform.

    In this session, a panel of digital product and innovation representatives from Truist Bank, nCino and OneSpan discuss first-hand experiences when modernizing the issuance of Paycheck Protection Loans (PPP) and new account openings to businesses in financial distress during the pandemic. They also share best practices for how to expand e-signature use and work towards a Center of Excellence.

    Additional topics include:
    - The role of integrations in self-serve digital engagement;
    - Best practices for moving beyond an initial e-signature deployment;
    - Identity verification and authentication considerations for remote transaction

    Presenters:
    - Larry Perino, Manager, Business Program Development, Navy Federal Credit Union
    - Jamie Groudle, SVP Enterprise Banking, nCino
    - David Choman, Smart Workflows, Truist
    - Sameer Hajarnis, eSignature Practice Leader
  • E-Signatures and Remote Business: Going Beyond Your Initial Use Case Recorded: Sep 16 2021 51 mins
    Aaron Davis & Sameer Hajarnis, OneSpan
    The pandemic has resulted in a fundamental shift in the way organizations prioritize digital transformation tools, including the accelerated adoption of e-signatures. Now, as digitization efforts mature and the added benefits to customer experience, compliance and operational efficiency emerge, organizations are looking for ways to rapidly extend those benefits to additional business lines, channels and use cases.

    In this webinar, a team of digital business experts from OneSpan uncover:
    - How to move beyond your initial e-signature use case and identify the right set of next use cases to tackle
    - How to replicate in-person interactions through digital platforms that integrate e-signature, videoconferencing, identity proofing, and rich collaboration capabilities
    - Tips to gain buy-in from internal stakeholders to expand your e-signature project
    - Best practices for scaling your infrastructure and developing a center of excellence

    Presenters:
    - Aaron Davis, Director, Product Marketing
    - Sameer Hajarnis, E-Signature Practice Leader
  • Mobile Financial Super Apps – What’s Your Strategy and What Are You Waiting For? Recorded: Sep 16 2021 58 mins
    BDC, Forrester & OneSpan
    Mobile apps have become the touchpoint of choice for billions of banking customers worldwide and COVID-19 has only accelerated this trend. Financial institutions are increasingly offering more complex services via the mobile channel in their quest to attract and retain new banking customers faster.

    Disruptive innovators seek to activate under-served market niches as well as steal incumbents’ customers on the back of all-in-one, super mobile apps. Financial institutions should not recoil – they need to lean in. Now is the time for FIs to realize the force multipliers of their well-known, trusted reputation combined with their fraud, privacy, security and regulations expertise in their pursuit of supporting customers quickly, conveniently and securely - while managing their day-to-day financial lives through mobile financial services apps.

    Innovative FIs like the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) are meeting these challenges. By offering mobile apps that go beyond traditional banking, “Super Apps” can provide customers with access to financial services as well as to third-party services such as cardless fueling, on-street parking, bus tickets purchasing and more – without sacrificing user convenience.

    So how can you win the Mobile Banking App battle and secure your future banking business?

    In this webinar, a guest speaker from Forrester and mobile baking specialists from BDC and OneSpan explore:
    - Why and how mobile “Super Apps” are an opportunity rather than a threat
    - How to overcome hesitancy related to fraud, privacy, regulation and security
    - Leveraging identity and authentication techniques to set your app apart

    Presenters:
    - François Guerette, Mobile Product Apps, BDC
    - Peter Wannemacher, Principal Analyst, Forrester
    - Lucas Gibbons, Senior Product Manager
    - Samuel Bakken, Director, Product Marketing
  • The Future of Insurance: Combining In-Person and Digital Interactions Recorded: Sep 15 2021 64 mins
    Mary Ellen Power & Paul Dockree, OneSpan
    With the initial disruption of the pandemic now past, the insurance industry is looking to modernize how insurers and broker dealers interact with clients. Traditionally, carriers and agents relied on face-to-face meetings with customers to complete business applications, disclosures and policies, and insurance claims. But in our increasingly remote world, consumers have come to expect the ability to conduct business remotely, with any device they choose, and at their own convenience.

    The challenge is how to provide a superior customer experience within the confines of remote digital processes. Despite a surge in all-things “digital”, customers still value the human connection. That’s why a human-digital hybrid model is an important combination for replicating the in-person experience.

    In this webinar, OneSpan shares how insurers can bring the human connection to digital insurance processes.

    Key takeaways include:
    - Developing a hybrid model to address new and evolving consumer behaviors in a remote-first world
    - Replicating in-person interactions through digital platforms that integrate e-signature, videoconferencing, identity proofing, and rich collaboration capabilities
    - The role of advisors and agents in remote channels
    - How a hybrid model will build a stronger connection and loyalty with consumers over time

    Speakers
    - Mary Ellen Power, Vice President, Marketing, OneSpan
    - Paul Dockree, Senior Solution Engineer, OneSpan
  • How to Get the Most Out of E-Signatures Recorded: Sep 15 2021 61 mins
    Dilani Silva & Patrick Albert, OneSpan
    Embracing technology was essential in the last year with digital boundaries being pushed beyond intended plans. As remote work became the norm for organizations adopting an “anywhere” approach to conducting business, e-signatures emerged as a perfect fit in these digital shift plans.

    Whether or not your company is already using e-signatures, now is the time to build for the future and get an in-depth look at different e-signature use cases.

    In this webinar, a team of digital business experts provide a comprehensive review of e-signature workflows, as well as customization and authentication options, including identity verification.

    Additional topics and demo include:
    - Walkthrough and technical steps in the e-signature implementation process
    - Diving into various B2E, B2B and B2C workflows
    - Tried and tested recommendations for winning internal adoption
    - How to optimize remote e-signature workflows across different use cases, channels, and devices
    - How to get maximum ROI from your investment in automating agreements

    Presenters:
    - Dilani Silva, Product Marketing Manager
    - Patrick Albert, Senior Solutions Architect
  • In-person and Remote Banking – Why this Hybrid Model is the Future of the Branch Recorded: Sep 14 2021 59 mins
    Rahim Kaba, OneSpan & Alyson Clarke, Forrester
    As consumers increasingly prefer to engage with their bank remotely instead of going to a branch location, institutions are looking to modernize the ways in which they interact with customers. Depending on the complexity of the banking activity, some consumers will use self-service digital channels while others will turn to channels where they can get human help. In a hybrid banking model, banks combine the brick and mortar physical banking experience with virtual banking.

    In this webinar, OneSpan and guest speaker Alyson Clarke, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, discuss why hybrid banking will become mainstream and the importance of putting the right tools in place to support remote account opening, account maintenance, wealth management, and lending.

    Topics include:
    - Developing a hybrid model to address new and evolving consumer behaviors in a remote-first world
    - Weaving human assistance into digital customer touchpoints for complex and lengthy interactions to deliver a more collaborative and engaging experience
    - Replicating in-person interactions through digital platforms that integrate e-signature, videoconferencing, identity proofing, and rich collaboration capabilities
    - Creating experiences that help customers complete remote banking activities in a single-sitting
    - How a hybrid model will build a stronger connection and loyalty with consumers over time

    Presenters:
    - Rahim Kaba, VP Product Marketing
    - Alyson Clarke, Principal Analyst, Forrester
  • Reimaging the Customer Experience in Wealth Management Recorded: Sep 11 2021 60 mins
    Awaad Aamir, Celent, Aaron Davis & François Leblanc, OneSpan
    The pandemic has accelerated digitization across industries, with financial services seeing an outsized impact. With traditional in-person channels unavailable and the need to support a global remote workforce, financial institutions and wealth management firms have advanced their use of technologies like e-signature and enhanced ID verification to continue to serve customers whenever, wherever, and however they choose.

    At the same time, savvy wealth management organizations are responding to the pandemic by digitizing their value chains, building frictionless advisor/client journeys, driving automation and efficiencies in the back office, and scaling new business models to meet evolving client demands.

    In this webinar, presenters from Celent and OneSpan give a closer look at the digitization trends shaping the wealth management industry, and how technologies like e-signature increase efficiency and accelerate customer acquisition.

    Topics include:
    - The most important and recent technology trends shaping the wealth management industry and the impact that they will have on your business
    - Innovative solutions in customer onboarding and digital agreements for wealth management, including enhanced ID verification and mediated agreements
    - How wealth management firms can increase conversion rates and experience a high ROI from integrating e-signatures into their existing workflows

    Presenters:
    - Awaad Aamir, Wealth Management Analyst, Celent
    - Aaron Davis, Director Product Marketing
    - François Leblanc, Director Technical Sales
  • Future Proofing the Customer Journey via eSignature & ID Verification solutions Recorded: Sep 2 2021 57 mins
    Aaron Davis, OneSpan
    In these turbulent times, companies need to rapidly adjust and implement new digital capabilities to fulfill the immediate needs of their customers and employees.

    Many banks and financial institutions already digitized some of their core processes, while others are not yet automated end-to-end. This prevents organizations to deliver the “right here, right now” service needed in times of crisis.

    Internal and external processes can now easily get digitized using e-forms, e-signatures, and digital identity verification, providing a better experience for employees, customers and partners, while removing the need for manual, paper-based processing.

    Join Aaron Davis, Director of Product Marketing, OneSpan on Thursday 2nd September to learn:
    - How to leverage eSignature & ID Verification in your business processes
    - eSignature & ID Verification real-life use cases in banking
    - What are the requirements to consider when implementing these solutions
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