Share of the Wallet or Share of the Heart?
Loyalty is quickly moving away from basic product functionality to more subtle nuances. Join us for this webinar where Curt Queyrouze, President of TAB Bank, will explore how you can create a value-connection worth paying for and how your bank must re-think its value proposition to customers as we move away from classic customer experience and into The Age of Amazon.
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President, TAB Bank
Curt is president of TAB Bank with over 35 years of finance and banking experience. Curt has worked for top-ten banks, small banks and was COO of The Receivables Exchange, playing a critical role in the launch of this internet-based, factoring auction platform. His career has been focused on serving entrepreneurs and small business with innovative lending products, targeted at fast-growing or stressed companies. At TAB, Curt is leading a digital transformation of this twenty-year old, internet-only bank with $800 million in assets and a national lending program focused on small business. TAB has joined with a number of leading-edge FinTechs, offering both banking-as-a-platform and banking-as-an-infrastructure model to its partners.
Curt holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Louisiana State University, serves on the boards of the Utah Bankers Association and Utah AIDS Foundation and is a member of the CFA, TMA and RMA.
Greg Demas is a PrecisionLender Senior Vice President, leading its Midtier and Regional Banking segments. Greg joined PrecisionLender in October 2018 after being a client and member of its Client Advisory Board (CAB) since 2014. Prior to PrecisionLender, Greg was Director of Transformation at Popular Bank, a $10B bank with operations in New York City and Miami. At Popular, Greg led all aspects of Commercial and Retail Transformation, including pricing and profitability management, digital innovation and branch transformation. Greg has also held roles in technology and finance for JPMorgan’s Corporate & Investment Bank. He holds a BA in Finance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and lives with his wife, Amy, in Brooklyn.