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FinovateSpring
May 18-20, 2022
Hilton San Francisco Union SquareSan Francisco, CA

Bradley Leimer
Co-Founder at Unconventional Ventures

Profile

Bradley Leimer is the co-author of Beyond Good: How Technology is Leading a Purpose-driven Business Revolution. He is Co-Founder of Unconventional Ventures, which connects founders to funders, provides mentorship to entrepreneurs, advisory to corporates, and broadens opportunities for diversity within the financial services ecosystem. Bradley co-hosts One Vision, a podcast on fintech, technology, and innovation. He speaks about banking and technology trends, advises start-ups, accelerators and key industry conferences in the financial services space, and writes for publications like International Banker, American Banker, Journal of Digital Banking, and Irish Tech News. Bradley's mantra is simply to make banking better.

As the former Head of Innovation at Santander, his team connected the bank to the fintech ecosystem and served as an observatory for the global organization for trends originating in the U.S. that have potential to expand and accelerate globally. He adds additional perspective leading marketing and technology teams and projects within the bank and credit union industry and from a decade driving database marketing and analytic programs for community and regional financial services organizations.

Agenda Sessions

  • Refreshments & Networking Break - Come & Meet The Demoing Companies In The Exhibition Hall plus Book Signing with Theo Lau & Bradley Leimer, Co-Authors, Beyond Good: How Technology is Leading a Purpose Driven Business Revolution

    10:50am
  • CMOs At The Center Of Digital Transformation

    5:00pm
  • Fireside Chat: The State Of Crypto Regulation & Why We Need A Permanent Regulatory Framework

    3:10pm