Tuesday, September 10, 2019View Showroom
Everlink Payment Services Inc. is pleased to announce that Chris Goodman from G&F Financial Group will be joining us on the mainstage at Connections 2019.
Chris will be sharing his insights on digital strategy trends and changes for financial institutions with the digitization of our industry well underway. Being ‘digital’ isn’t just a trend but will forever be a core part of your organization. Chris’s presentation will explore how a strong digital banking platform can be central to your digital transformation. From building digital communities with access to rich fintech solutions and powering the open banking potential, to leveraging data for contextual and personalized experiences, the right engagement platform will extend your unique brand expression from the branch through the digital world.
Chris Goodman is Chief Information Officer (CIO) at G&F Financial Group in British Columbia. He has experience and success in aligning technology to enable and support strategic direction. Chris started with the credit union in 1997and has provided leadership and guidance through twenty two years of significant growth. He currently serves on the Cooperative Node’s Strategic Advisory Committee. Prior to this, Chris served on the Board of Directors of Ficanex Services, The Exchange Network in Canada for nine years, as Chair between 2014 and 2018. That period saw the transformation of Ficanex from being an ATM network, to one with much broader expanse – Canadian financial institutions can now use the tunl platform to expand their digital ecosystem with innovative new services.
About Everlink’s Connections Conference
Connections is Everlink’s annual conference where Payments Industry experts converge to address developments and issues facing credit unions, banks, SMEs and merchants across Canada. Close to 200 payments and Financial Institution executives are expected to attend. Sponsorship opportunities at various levels are still available. For more information, visit http://www.everlink.ca/connections2019.