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CBA LIVE 2019 Highlights
Thanks for helping us make history!
CBA LIVE 2019, our tenth annual event, was one for the record books! From April 1-3 in Washington, D.C., we were thrilled to welcome our largest-ever crowd – nearly 1,700 attendees including more than 750 senior banking leaders - for retail banking’s premier event. Below are details on our time in our nation's capital, including programs, presentations and photos. Plan to join us for CBA LIVE 2020, March 23-25 in San Diego, CA.
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LIVE STREAMING VIDEOS
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To mark 100 years of helping finance the American dream, CBA's ambassadors gathered for leadership photos, including past and present board members and members of CBA's committees.
CBA's committees and past and present board members gathered for the opening of CBA LIVE 2019.
Chase Consumer Banking CEO Thasunda Brown Duckett discussed leadership and the value of authenticity.
What's the #1 issue NOW for banks? According to our attendees, technology reigns supreme, followed closely by talent.
Forum sessions were underway on Monday and Tuesday, with 13 diverse tracks delving into key areas of retail banking.
DC Humane Rescue Alliance brought 4-legged joy to the exhibit hall, with pups looking for their forever home.
Woodforest Bank was awarded the 2019 Joe Belew Award for its Woodforest Foundry program.
Tom Brown of Second Curve Capital discussed M&A and what could be the next big merger.
Our DC policy panel discussed everything from marijuana banking to what the next election may bring for the industry.
Game for some fun-filled networking? Our sold-out exhibit hall, filled with the industry's premier solutions providers, was the place to be!
Bank of America Chairman & CEO Brian Moynihan (L) talks with CNBC's Wilfred Frost (R) during Tuesday's afternoon general session.
Wednesday morning's events began with our first-ever Women's Networking Breakfast, featuring Bank of America Managing Director Hilani Kerr (L).
In an unscripted moment, Comptroller of the Currency Joseph Otting (center) joined FDIC Chairman Jelena McWilliams (L) and CBA's Richard Hunt (R) on stage during Wednesday morning's general session.
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