FINANCIAL SERVICES KEYNOTE SPEAKER
The financial services industry is being attacked by competitors new and old. New technologies, changing consumer preferences, and regulations are all challenges to navigate. For a customized keynote that is energizing, impactful, and actionable – book Kaihan for your next financial services event or conference.
TOP FINANCIAL SERVICES KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Kaihan Krippendorff has deep experience in financial services. He earned a degree in finance and mechanical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and Wharton School before working for several international financial organizations and consultancies including McKinsey and Company. He brings unique experience and insights that draw from his extensive work and keynotes for a list of clients that includes some of the most recognized brands including: Aetna, AIG, Allinial Global, Aviso Wealth, Bank of America, BNY Mellon, Chubb, CIBC, Citibank, CoBank, eMoney Advisor, FHL Bank, Hartford Steam Boiler, KPMG, Mastercard, New York Life, Pershing, TIAA, Securities Industry Institute, The Federal Reserve, CUNA Mutual, Vanguard, Prudential Financial, and T. Rowe Price.
Throughout his career as a consultant, keynote speaker, and founder of the Outthinker Strategy Network (an exclusive network of Chief Strategy Officers and Executives from Fortune 500 and private companies with $1B+ revenue), Kaihan has been a part of the dramatic change and disruption hitting financial services and insurance. Digital transformation, focus on user experience, ecosystem/partnership development, changing regulations, and movement beyond cash are all top of mind. When change happens there is opportunity to re-imagine business models, re-think how you engage employees, re-evaluate what impact your organization has on the world, and develop creative solutions to complex problems.
Selecting the right keynote speaker for your financial services event is one of the most important decisions you will make this year. Content, energy, ability to connect to an audience, and actionability are all important factors to consider. Former McKinsey Consultant, NYU Professor, bestselling author, and globally recognized authority on strategy, growth, and transformation, Kaihan Krippendorff will make your event an undeniable success with a customized financial services keynote that leverages his unique perspective and deep experience in the industry.
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An active leader in financial services, Kaihan brings deep industry experience, proprietary research, and exclusive insights to every keynote he delivers.
KAIHAN'S FINANCIAL SERVICES INSIGHTS AND PERSPECTIVE
- Banking and financial services companies have traditionally been slow to innovate, but COVID-19 has forced disruption across the industry, accelerating the move to digital and the need to update legacy architecture (Kognitive).
- The sharing economy will infiltrate the financial system. According to PWC, “[It] may have started with cars, taxis, and hotel rooms, but financial services will follow soon enough. In this case, the sharing economy refers to decentralized asset ownership and using information technology to find efficient matches between providers and users of capital, rather than automatically turning to a bank as an intermediary” (PWC).
- Competition in the insurance space is also poised to expand outside of carriers to companies in other industries that will offer their own coverage (RSM).
- Cybersecurity will be a top risk facing financial institutions. In a 2016 PWC global CEO survey, 69 percent of financial services CEOs reported that they are either somewhat or extremely concerned about cyber threats (PWC).
Trends in Financial Services
The Outthinker 8P framework – opportunities for disruption and innovation in financial services
- In recent years, plenty of indicators have shown Big Tech would upset big banks by entering banking. JPMorgan is outthinking the competition by joining forces with them. The bank has partnered with Amazon and Airbnb to empower them to offer banking services. The platforms will be able to offer virtual bank accounts, loans, and discounts to customers who stash money in their e-wallets. Customers can process payments within the apps. In exchange, JPMorgan will handle all payment processing and cash movement (Source).
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