BCX Summit / Tuesday / September 12, 2023 / 3:15 PM
Wearables and Banking: An Ideal Partnership?
As the popularity of wearables continues to grow, many industries are exploring the possibilities of incorporating these devices into their offerings. One area where wearables have the potential to make a significant impact is banking. In this session, panelists will discuss the potential benefits and challenges of wearables as a banking channel. They’ll also examine how wearables are being used in the industry today and explore the most promising use cases for the future.
Casey Christopher | Chief Empowerment Officer | Quontic Bank
In October, 2020 Casey Christopher was named Quontic Bank’s first Chief Empowerment Officer. This role provides a channel for Quontic employees to initiate change, to participate in change and to cultivate change. Casey focuses on talent acquisition and retention of diverse employees, reframing employee mindsets, promoting inclusive customer acquisition and retention, and reimagining services and how they are delivered. She believes in constantly asking for feedback, uplifting others, providing challenging work, empowering others to impact change and creating a work environment that fosters teams to flourish and grow. Quontic re-imagines how financial products and services are delivered to both customers and the industry. She attended the Florida School of Banking, earning The Dr. C. Arnold Matthews Honor Graduate Award upon graduation.
Grace Pace | SVP/Digital Bank | Quontic Bank
Grace Pace is a digital innovator that has the unique ability to translate reimagined digital customer experiences into fully executed, ground-breaking bank capabilities. She combines the mindset of a community banker with the skillset of a financial technologist. Grace has spearheaded initiatives at community banks that enabled them to take their products and services to the next level. She is an expert in customer support and leveraging custom, real time core integration that allow community banks to offer personalized, precise service for customers and prospects. Prior to joining Quontic, Grace worked in digital products and implementation with Cardinal Bank, Republic Bank and First Financial Bank. She was an essential team member of Memory Bank, a neobank division of Republic Bank. During her time at First Financial Bank, she became an industry expert in online digital account opening and her expertise and vision has played a major role in how Quontic has revolutionized digital banking.