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Event Name:Financial Technology & Innovations Conference
Date:May 9, 2018
Start Time:8:30 AM
Duration:2 days
Location:Baton Rouge

Financial Tech Conference

Join us for a jam-packed 2 day program where we dive into the advances and innovations in technology that will ultimately affect your credit union, your members and your future! 

Infuse Trust & Safety Into Your Credit Union:

  • Blockchain - Get a better Understand of what Blockchain is and how it affects your credit union.  
  • Fraud Prevention and Detection – Discover methods to prevent and detect deceitful & fraudulent financial activities and how to authenticate identity claims.
  • Security- Pinpoint ways to protect your core system integrity and most important assets. 
  • Data Management – Learn how to properly manage, utilize and dispose of your member’s sensitive information. 
  • Risk and Compliance – Discuss best practices to ensure that your fraud prevention and detection efforts meet or exceed legal requirements. 
  • User (Member) Assurances –Develop methods to foster member’s trust in technology advances to increase product engagement & ensure continued participation.

Data Analytics 

Discover how to use the analytics behind technology to drive more business to your credit union!

  • The Power of Big Data:  What is Data Analytics & how it can benefit your credit union!  
  • Interactive Group Exercise:  Revealing Member Frictions. In this hands-on group exercise, you will identify the hesitations that your members may have that prevent them from conducting business with you.
  • Using Data to Solve Member Frictions:  The answers are in the data…are you using what’s right in front of you?
  • Uncovering the tools, processes and staff talent capabilities to implement the solutions to resolve member friction

Group Discussion – Financial Technology Products

Joining facilitators from LCUL will be Trey Prats of ATM Worldwide/Automated Transaction Delivery and Patricia Gosnell of TransFund.  Together we will engage in a facilitated open forum discussion with Question and Answer Sessions of tech products and services such as:   

         Branch Transformation Solutions  I  ATMs  I  Virtual and Video Tellers  I  Teller Cash             Recyclers  I  Self Service & Assisted Self Service Banking  I  Cloud Computing  I  All             aspects of Debit Cards from Processing to Tokenizaiton and Encryption  I  Growth             and Loyalty Programs  I  Mobile Solutions

Lets talk what is outdated?; what is working well?; what is not?; what are you hesitant to adopt?; product pros and cons. Bring YOUR own questions, concerns, inquires, and topics of discussion. 


RossRoss Nodurft, Vice President, Risk Management Leader, One World Identity

Ross Nodurft comes to OWI from the White House where he ran the cybersecurity team at the Office of Management and Budget. During his time at the White House, Ross worked for two administrations briefing senior leaders on incidents and partnering with the National Security Council to write and implement the cybersecurity and identity management policies for Federal departments and agencies. Prior to his work at the White House, Ross spent nearly seven years on Capitol Hill in a variety of roles working on cybersecurity, homeland security, small business, and defense policy. 

JoeJoe Stuntz, Vice President, Cybersecurity Leader, One World Identity

Joe Stuntz is the VP of Client Services – Cybersecurity Practice Leader at One World Identity, focused on building security into business decision-making. This includes leading advisory and consulting relationships with organization security programs and leadership, security and IT vendors, and financial firms who invest in the cybersecurity sector. 

Previously, Stuntz held leadership roles in the White House Office of Management and Budget on the OMB Cyber team focused on government-wide cybersecurity programs and policy development. Prior to OMB, Joe was a consultant at a Big Four firm, focused on cyber risk management for federal and commercial clients including a project with NIST to develop the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. 

AnneAnne Legg, Director of Client/Market Strategies, CUNA Mutual AdvantEDGE Analytics 

Anne works with credit unions to develop transformational business strategies from their business insights to grow in a competitive, highly regulated and disrupted business climate. 

She is a recognized credit union industry expert, veteran and thought leader with an MBA thesis on the credit union business model as well as two internationally published whitepapers on credit union business strategy. Anne’s experience in big data coupled with a growth strategy has resulted in one client experience the highest loan volume in recorded history of its credit union.

Educational Investment

$425 per person

For the purpose of those applying for a grant, the cost of food and beverage is valued at $40 per day and cannot be deducted from the fee  


Embassy Suites Baton Rouge
4914 Constitution Ave. 
Baton Rouge, LA 70808

Booking Link valid until 4/16

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