The GFMI marcus evans Retail Deposit Optimization and Strategic Management Conference will be a two-and-a-half day event that brings together Heads of Retail Deposits, Retail Banking and Deposit Operations from the Retail Banking industry. This meeting will look specifically at deposits as a part of retail banking strategy and the effects of the new Basel III liquidity regulations on acquisition and retention strategy.
This GFMI marcus evans event will help banks to enhance their pricing methodologies and develop winning strategies in deposit pricing. Moreover, it will teach banks how to present customized offers to different customers to improve the value of deposits. New techniques for customer segmentation and product innovation will be discovered. Most importantly, banks will learn how to optimize retail deposits to meet their funding needs.
Attendees will be afforded the opportunity to interact with speakers and their peers in a classroom style setting that will encourage both audience participation and engagement. Seating for this conference is limited to maintain an intimate educational environment that will cultivate the knowledge and experience of all participants.
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