Fintech Disruption of the Core IT Obstruction
Sponsored by: Paladin fs, LLC, CFO Consulting Partners and GTM
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
12:00 PM ET
1:00 PM ET
Fintech will disrupt every aspect of banking IT in the next 5 years but nobody is giving banks a plan on how to find, assess, procure and implement friendly fintech alternatives. Even worse, few are talking about the market obstruction being executed by the major Core IT suppliers and how this could blow up an institutions' efforts in executing an innovation and digital transformation plan.
In this session, Aaron Silva will reveal the shocking truth about the business and economic defects hidden deep inside supplier agreements preventing fintech adoption. You will leave with an implementable strategy for gaining the upper hand in their next contract renewal negotiation.
- - Shannon Croll, President- update on FMS Philadelphia Chapter
- Speaker Presentation- Aaron Silva, Paladin fs, LLC
- Shannon Croll, President- closing remarks
President/CEO, Paladin fs, LLC
Mr. Silva is a recognized and respected industry leader and negotiations expert standing for community financial institutions. An entrepreneur and industry veteran since 1991, Aaron founded Paladin, fs LLC in 2007 and launched Golden Contract Coalition in 2016. His invention of the Paladin Blue Book has leveled the playing field in contract negotiations vs. national Core & IT suppliers, gaining his clients more than $300M in cost reduction and $100M in merger value accretion. In 2018 Silva expanded Paladin to include the Fintech Advantage division now addressing the anticipated adoption of fintech services within the industry.
Earn up to 1 hour of CPE credit.
Field of Study:
Specialized Knowledge - Technical
Group Internet Based
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