The Digital Banking Club Power 50 2015 Launched

The Digital Banking Club launches its second Power 50 survey of the most influential people in online and mobile financial services

  • The Digital Banking Club launches its second Power 50 survey of the most influential people in online and mobile financial services

  • One Personality of the Year to be chosen from the list

  • Rising stars under the age of 35 to be selected

power-50-pic-blog_295x317London, 5th May 2015. The Digital Banking Club announced the launch of its second annual European Digital Financial Services Power 50 today.

The only independent ranking of the most influential people in mobile and online financial services, the list will be compiled of bankers, analysts, regulators, innovators and influencers.

The list won’t include people working for vendors, journalists, or people working for PR agencies, but nominations by these groups on behalf of others are welcomed.

Like last year, there will be a list of 5 Rising Stars, digital financial services players under the age of 40 who are changing the way their financial services firms are doing business.

In a first for 2015, One Personality of the Year will be nominated by the judging panel.

The 2015 judging panel is chaired by Douglas Blakey, Chairman of the Digital Banking Club and Editor of Retail Banker International. He is joined by the following:

  • Alessandro Hatami, Founder, The Pacemakers, and ex-Innovation Director, Group Digital, Lloyds Banking Group
  • Jerry Mulle, Director of Customer and Partner Relationships, Intelligent Environments
  • Chris Skinner, Founder, The Digital Financial Services Club and author of The Digital Bank
  • Roy Vella, Digital Expert & Consultant
  • Simon Waller, Director, Banking & Decision Analytics UK & Ireland, Experian

Nominations are to be sent to Douglas Blakely at Retail Banker International. His email address is douglas.blakey@retailbankerinternational.com. Please ensure you include each nominee’s full name, job title and company. A link to their LinkedIn profile would also be very useful.

Winners will be announced and will receive their certificates at The Digital Banking Club’s October Live Debate. Entitled “How can financial institutions increase their profitability by better targeting more profitable digitally engaged customers?” the Live Debate takes place on 7th October and is being held at The Law Society, London. 

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