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Event Info

"The Emergence of Fintechs"

Guest Speaker(s):Bryan Walley, Chief Operating Officer, Exactuals LLC
Date:Friday, March 10th, 2017
Venue:Palm Restaurant
1100 South Flower Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Parking Info:Free
Members:No Cost
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11:30 AMRegistration
11:45 AMSpeaker Luncheon
12:30 PMProgram
1:30 PMAdjournment
New Location for 2017! Palm Restaurant - Downtown Los Angeles

Event Details:
In recent years, FinTech companies have emerged to offer complimentary and sometimes competing services to financial institutions. This meeting's conversation will focus on where these new offerings impact both corporate finance departments and financial institutions today and into tomorrow.

Speaker's bio(s):

Bryan Walley
Chief Operating Officer, Exactuals LLC

Having held senior leadership positions at City National Bank, Intuit, and IP3 Networks, Bryan Walley has a deep understanding of the money movement, audit, and risk management elements of Exactuals' business. His role on the team perfectly combines his love of technology and automation with his background in financial services and process improvement. He earned both his undergraduate and MBA from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.

Please call the SoCal AFP office at (818) 843-5660 with questions
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