GardaWorld to host its inaugural Banking Forum on April 18

Written by Marie-Claire Asseko On Apr 10, 2017

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Join us in a challenging interplay of new ideas and experts’ insights on the challenges and opportunities that all financial institutions will be facing in the foreseeable future. It’s happening at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida on April 18th so don’t miss out.

GardaWorld Cash Services, the leading provider of customized end-to-end cash management solutions in North America, is pleased to be hosting the inaugural GardaWorld Banking Forum to discuss emerging challenges and opportunities for the banking industry on April 18th at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables.

Moderated by Vincent Modarelli, Senior Vice President of Strategic Accounts & Business Development, the panel discussion will feature some of the top thought leaders and skilled experts in the banking industry . Frank Keating, partner at Holland & Knight, will examine how regulatory changes will impact the future of banking, drawing from his experiences as governor and as CEO of the American Bankers Association. For his part, retired Four-Star Admiral Navy SEAL and former commander of the U.S. Special Operations, Command Eric Olson will discuss the impact of the Trump Administration on the growing threats to the US economy and way of life. In addition, Cyndi Joiner of Alvarez & Marsal will discuss the fine points of end-to-end third party risk.

“As the leading and fastest-growing currency processor in North America, GardaWorld Cash Services is pleased to bring together industry leaders and subject-matter experts to discuss the emerging challenges and opportunities for financial institutions,” said Stephane Gonthier, CEO of GardaWorld Cash Services.

“At GardaWorld, we are committed to offering value-driven solutions customized to address our clients’ business challenges. Our inaugural event is sure to provide a fruitful platform for discussing the future of banking and broadening our understanding of this complex industry.”

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