Often referred to as The Disruptor, Brett King is known in financial circles as a Bank Futurist. Recently named Innovator of the Year’ by American Banker Bank TechnologyNews Magazine, Brett’s radical and revolutionary views pertaining to customer experience and financial services have made him a sought after expert and strategic advisor to many of the world’s leading financial services organizations.
When not traipsing the globe, infecting the continents with his progressive banking movement, Brett can be found turning out best sellers; Gone Today Branch Tomorrow, Bank 2.0, and his latest – Bank 3.0. King’s insightful and thought provoking contributions can also be found in The Huffington Post, The Financial Times, The Economist, American Banker, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg TV, and Seeking Alpha.
BRETT KING – KEYNOTES
Based on his bestselling book BANK 2.0 and “Branch Today, Gone Tomorrow”, Brett King’s presentations entertain and educate audiences on how consumer behavior and technology are changing the way we do banking and how significant changes in the future will change your view of customer interactions forever. “As customers embrace the blackberry, iPhone, and new devices like the iPad, banks are marginalized as a transaction platform and telcos, aggregators and players like PayPal are capturing customers.” Brett King, BANK 2.0 Author on Bloomberg TV afﬁliate SBC (Greece)
The Big Shift: How Customer Behavior & Technology will Change the Future of Retail Financial Service
Ten years ago, no one could have predicted that 90 per cent of daily transactions would be electronic, that Internet banking would provide more revenue than branches, that social media would drive your brand, and that growth in mobile banking would be the final nail in the coffin for the dominance of branch banking.
Brett King reveals in this charged keynote why customer behavior is so rapidly changing, including the four phases of disruptive change, how branches must evolve, why checks are rapidly disappearing and cash is next, why your mobile phone will replace your wallet in the next 2-3 years, and how financial institutions must reinvent themselves or become irrelevant.
Brett King has appeared on Bloomberg TV, CNBC, been featured in the Financial Times, Washington Post, and has spoken at events for Google, Oracle, plus some of the world’s biggest banks and corporations – explaining “The Big Shift.”
The Future of Retail Financial Services
Brett King looks at the latest trends that are redefining financial services and payments. From the global scramble for dominance of the mobile wallet, the expectations created by Tablet computing, the operationalizing of the Cloud and the explosion of Social Media.
In this session he identifies how Social Media has exposed pricing, over-regulation, outdated processes, poor policy and explains how mobile technology is completely changing the context of banking. He also dives into how customer advocacy is killing traditional brand marketing, the growth of the ‘de-banked’ consumer who doesn’t need a bank at all, and why Banking is no longer a place you go, but something you do.
The Battle for the Bank Account: And Why the Banks Will Probably Lose…
In this new topic for 2012, Brett explores the end-game in the emergence of the mobile wallet and what it means for the humble bank account. With more than 60% of the world’s population without a bank account, with the ubiquitous nature of mobile phone handsets and the increasingly pervasive pre-paid ‘value store’, will you need a bank at all in the future?
When you can get your salary paid directly onto your phone, when your iTunes account doubles as a prepaid debit card and when you can use Facebook to send money – will banks still be able to compete
Advocacy, Behavior, Context – The New Rules of Engagement
In this session designed for marketers and digital channel professionals, Brett King explores how social media, mobile marketing, daily deals, geo-location, advocacy, gamification and behavioral psychology are working to change the rules of engagement for financial service brands.
This shift has far reaching implications for the organization, including rebuilding the marketing team, defining new metrics, delivering true 1:1 propositions and creating an open brand dialog.
Moven™ and the Reboot of Banking
Moven™ is a revolutionary new bank that will launch in 2012. This is the story of how Moven™ will revolutionize retail banking on multiple fronts. Brett King tells the story of why Moven™ decided on a card-less, paper-less, transparent model of banking and how the CREDSCORE™ engagement model is going to change the way we think about engagement, value and lending in the banking arena. If Moven™ achieves what it is aiming for, it will change the way people think about banking forever.
Based on his best selling book BANK 2.0, Brett King’s presentations entertain and educate audiences on how consumer behavior and technology are changing the way we do banking and how significant changes in the future will change your view of customer interactions forever. “As customers embrace the blackberry, iPhone, and new devices like the iPad, banks are marginalized as a transaction platform and telcos, aggregators and players like PayPal are capturing customers.” Brett King.
Brett King a strategic advisor to the global financial services industry,
Brett King on third generation banking – he is on the ground floor of creating it.
Founder and Chairman of Movenbank, the first direct mobile bank in the US and UK, he has been featured on BBC, CNBC, Bloomberg TV, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The Economist and The Asian Banker Journal.
Recognized as a global expert on innovation, customer experience, channel distribution strategy and understanding the fundamental shifts in consumer behavior, he publishes regularly in his role as industry advisor on Huffington Post, Internet Evolution, FinExtra.
King is a Board Advisor at Geezeo, a leading software services provider for banks and credit unions. He advises IAFM, the International Academy of Financial Management™ (previously known as the American Academy of Financial Management).
One of the founders of IAFM, one of the world’s fastest growing professional associations with more than
200,000 members, associates and affiliates in 145 countries,King was instrumental in the development of the worldwide certification training provided by IAFM. He led the Asia division for Modem Media/Digitas (part of the Publicis group) managing revenues in excess of $10m per year and a 100 to 150 staff persons.
King was a Director for Deloitte Consulting with service line responsibilities in the technology integration arena across the Asia region, particularly within the financial services practice.
King advises top financial institutions globally and has presented at conferences in more than 30 countries for organizations like Google, Forbes, Oracle, The Economist, SWIFT, the American Bankers Association, Bloomberg, The Asian Banker, IIR, Marcus Evans, DTT Fast 500 and HSBC.
An international judge for The Asian Banker Retail Banking Excellence Awards, the GSMA Global Mobile
Awards, the Middle East Business Achievement Awards and the Middle-East Retail Banking Awards.
- The Future of Banking
- Banking and Finance Sector
- Executive and Professional Development
- Channel Optimization and Prioritization
HCI, Usability The Big Shift in the Fundamentals of Consumer Behavior
Most of our business models are based on physical interactions, processes that occur face-to-face and value based on presence. What happens when the fundamentals of consumer behavior shift?
If you don’t yet understand “The Big Shift” then it is likely you and those around you still perceive changes like the arrival of the internet, Smartphone’s, mobile payments, Social Media and networking as the progression of technology adoption. But what if there was much more to these changes? What if they formed the basis of something fundamental and when seen collectively they foretold much bigger and more significant changes in the future?
Whether it is a brand, the value assets or the potential of a future investment, chances are consumers are already communicating their opinions using social media platforms.
Tools that have arisen from ‘The Big Shift’ include the process of ‘sentiment analysis’ which will allow investors to forecast the attitude of consumers with regards to specific issues based on what the public are communicating. This in turn, creates an opportunity to access knowledge that is already available in forecasting the success or risk of an investor’s current or future portfolio in ‘real time’.
Learning to surf ‘The Big Shift’, provides investors with an opportunity to reconnect the marketplace, removing intermediaries streamlining blockages in communications which in turn impede marketplace competiveness.
By using simple social media tools, the property industry can not only capture and search the expertise available within the network, but also create relationships encouraging peer to peer lending and private investors.
Brett King has appeared on Bloomberg TV, CNBC, been featured in the Financial Times, Washington Post, and has spoken at events for Google, Oracle, and some of the world’s biggest banks and corporations – explaining “The Big Shift.”