San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Could banks hold the keys to a future prospering economy? Smart technology has revolutionized our definition of what a bank is and what it can do for us. But as even bank employees lose jobs to automation, the same issues arise: people need to earn in order to spend, but companies are focused on minimizing the cost of tasks. FinTech startups are creating the next generation of finance jobs, but there are still solutions banks could work on now to jump-start the “economy of people.”
Banks are unique: because they help people manage capital, banks have a direct interest in their customers having a good, stable income. They serve earners—the savers and borrowers. The future of employment depends on innovation that helps people thrive, and grows a stable, competitive economy.
At our next session of “Innovation for Jobs,” our expert panel will take a close look at:
- The potential of a bank-enabled, people-centered economy from a banker’s point of view
- FinTech’s role in creating the jobs of the future
- Investment opportunities especially in startups focused on creating jobs
- The government’s potential helpmate role
…and much more. GET TICKETS NOW!!!
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