Christophe Langlois, Chairman of the Online Retail Banking Services 2008 conference in...

Christophe Langlois, Chairman of the Online Retail Banking Services 2008 conference in New York

ConfnycI am glad to announce on Visible Banking that I will travel to New York this weekend to speak about web 2.0 at the Online Retail Banking Services 2008 conference on Tuesday 20 May 2008.

And I am proud to announce that the organizers also offered me to be the Chairmain of their conference. What an exciting challenge!

If we have already met, you know how passionate I am about social media and public speaking. I want to be an excellent Chairman, and I garanty I will be as prepared as possible when I am on stage on Monday morning.

In addition to be the Chairman and one of the key Speakers, as usual I will cover the conference on my blog: I plan to post at least one article per day, take many pictures, and shoot a few video interviews.

Key speakers
Please find below the list of key speakers and the topics they will cover:
Jayastu Bhattacharya, Senior Vice President at Mobile Money Ventures, LLC (CitiGroup)
Connecting to Consumers Trough Mobile

Virginia Sullivan , Senior Vice President, Internet Banking at E-Loan
Transforming a Customer Service Product into a Strategic Revenue-Generating Tool

Norah Burt, Senior Vice President, Program / Transition Manager at Wachovia Bank
Maintaning Consistent Online Communication with Customers During Change

Michael Neil, Vice President, Online Strategy at Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management
Motivating Online Marketing and Online Customer Experience Departments to Collaborate and Make the Online Channel a Key Point of Sales

Matthew Wilcox, Vice President, Corporate Marketing and Communications at Zions Bank
Taking Full Advantage of Product Marketing to Newly Acquired Customers

* Richard Harp, Senior Vice President Director of Corporate Security, Corporate Security Division at Huntington Bank

Jeffrey M. Kopchik, Senior Policy Analyst at FDIC-Technology Supervision Branch
Complying With the New FACTA Identity Theft Red Flags Regulation

Robin Nakamura, SVP, eBusiness at First National Bank
Determining Who Are Your Online Banking Customers and How to Earn their Loyalty

Scott Hurlbert, Director, Online Services at Peoples Bank
Finding the Tangibles and Intangibles of Internet Banking Services

James Mason, Vice President, Marketing Manager at AmTrust Bank

Jeremy Sokolic, Vice President, Marketing at CashEdge
Using the Online Environment  to Move Funds Seamlessly Between Different Banks

German Pugliese-Bassi, Co-Founder and EVP International at Technisys
Consolidating Various Distribution Channels Under One Umbrella

Thomas Hofer, eCommerce Professional formerly with KeyBank
The Past, Present and Future of Securing the Online Channel

Eric LaBadie, Vice President, Sales at Guardian Analytics
The Past, Present and Future of Securing the Online Channel

Jean-Louis Casabonne, Chief Financial Officer at Quova
The Past, Present and Future of Securing the Online Channel

I will stay in New York from Saturday 17th May to Wednesday 21st May. My goal is to meet as many innovative companies as possible and shoot short and insightful video interviews.

If you are a startupa bank, or a major vendor in the online finance space, please do not hesitate to send me an email (cm_langlois[AT]yahoo[DOT]co[DOT]uk) to organize a meeting!

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Based in London, Christophe is an entertaining social media keynote speaker and a trusted advisor to the global financial services industry on the topics of social media, social business and digital innovation. Christophe has contributed to over 140 events in 18 countries. Currently, Christophe is 'Social Media Senior Managing Consultant' at IBM Interactive Experience. He's also a Digital Advisor at the Financial Services Forum and the Moller Centre (part of the Churchill College in Cambridge). Christophe's views on VisibleBanking.com are his own, not necessarily his employer's.

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