CBA LIVE 2018 Highlights

Thanks for helping to make CBA LIVE 2018 in the Sunshine State our best event yet.  From March 12-14 in Orlando, we were thrilled to welcome the largest-ever crowd – nearly 1,500 attendees including more than 650 senior banking leaders - for Retail Banking’s premier event. Below are details on our time in Orlando, including programs, presentations and photos.  Plan to join us in Washington, D.C. for next year's event, as we celebrate 100 years of the Consumer Bankers Association.



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Full CBA LIVE 2018 Program

General Sessions


Forum Programs:



All CBA LIVE 2018 attendees can view presentations from the conference via our online portal.  Enter the username and password emailed to you.  If you need help locating these details, contact us!


Photo Album

View our CBA LIVE 2018 photo albums and download your favorites for free on our Flickr page.


LIVE Streaming Videos


Day 1 - Monday, March 12, 2018


Day 2 - Tuesday, March 13, 2018


Day 3 - Wednesday, March 14, 2018


Top Moments

CBA's Board of Directors and 13 Committees gathered Sunday for in-person meetings.


CBA's Risk Committee Chairman David Mehrle (left) of Huntington accepts the 2018 Committee Award from CBA Board Chair Brad Conner of Citizens at Sunday night's Chairman's Reception, sponsored by Equifax.


Our sold-out exhibit hall was a slam-dunk again for 2018, as nearly 1,500 attendees packed the aisles to meet with their preferred providers, network and have a little fun.


In our opening general session, futurist Scott Klososky discussed innovations to come for banking and beyond.


Our forum sessions brought began Monday afternoon, featuring 13 tracks focused on key aspects of retail banking.


Tuesday morning's general session featured perspectives of CEOs Nandita Bakhshi (center) of Bank of the West and Bruce Van Saun (right) of Citizens Bank.


IBM Watson's Alistair Rennie discussed the evolution and endless innovations of artificial intelligence. 


Former director of the CIA and National Security Agency General Michael Hayden (left) discussed cyber-crime and vulnerabilities to our nation in a conversation with CBA Board Chair-Elect Todd Barnhart of PNC.


PNC's Lori Jones Gibbs (center) accepted the award for the bank's "Community Connections Center," one of two winners of the 2018 Joe Belew Award recognizing programs aiding the unbanked and underbanked.


Discover's James Roszkowski (second from left) and colleagues accept the award for their "Bank on Wheels" program, one of two winner of the 2018 Joe Belew Award.


PNC's Tom Dent (second from right) was honored as the CBA Executive Banking School's 2017 Tem Wooldridge Award recipient.


CBA President & CEO Richard Hunt sat down with former Acting Comproller of the Currency Keith Noreika to discuss all things Washington during the final general session.



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CBA LIVE 2018 News



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