Nomis Solutions and Oliver Wyman to Spotlight Growth at Upcoming Forum

Nomis Solutions announced today that they will co-present with Oliver Wyman, a leading global management consultancy, to deliver the Deposits and Innovation Tracks at the upcoming Banking Growth Forum.

“As we approached our 9th year of creating and delivering this conference, we wanted to do something unique that would help the banking industry grow faster and leverage a wider variety of techniques, partnerships, and solutions to Reinvent the Growth Playbook, our theme this year. Oliver Wyman is the right strategic partner to deliver cutting-edge thought leadership on these topics and expand the dialogue to deliver a holistic view of the options banks can leverage to unleash growth at this year’s Banking Growth Forum,” said Frank Rohde, CEO of Nomis Solutions. “Our goal is to have attendees walk away from the conference with new insights, tangible actions, and renewed energy that they can take back to their teams.”

“Banks face a difficult challenge in today’s complex regulatory and rate environment,” said Aaron Fine, Partner and Co-Head of the Retail and Business Banking practice at Oliver Wyman. “However, the Banking Growth Forum presents a distinct opportunity for banks and Fintech companies to convene and discuss innovative solutions to the biggest challenges both they and their customers face.”

The Deposits and Innovation tracks will include facilitated sessions covering topics including: 

  • Managing the deposit portfolio for growth in this unique rising rate environment
  • Trends in consumer attitudes and behaviors towards deposits
  • Role of innovation and Fintechs in the future of retail banking
  • Sustainable finance and serving the underbanked

The Banking Growth Forum takes place May 18-20th in San Francisco. “We are curating the richest two days of insight focused on retail banking growth that will be delivered this year,” said Rohde. “This is the place to be to interact with an amazing selection of thought leaders to bring breakthrough performance within reach in 2016 and beyond.”