Dallas, TX (May 12, 2021) — The Council for Inclusion in Financial Services (CIFS) announces the 2021 FinServ Expo— The Annual Conference for Financial Services (FinServ) Professionals to Think, Innovate and Grow. This year’s theme is SHIFT.
Held virtually June 22 – June 23, attendees will experience business shifting content and tools from change makers and leaders of globally recognized brands in the key areas of: Diversity & Inclusion with an exploration of Social Issues, Business Best Practices and Pivots, and Innovative Technology.
This is the year to SHIFT; from looking for a return to normal, to creating a new reality, from businesses as usual to adopting innovation and technology in creative ways, from division to boosting teams and bottom line through inclusion and equity.
The goal of the 2021 expo is to equip FinServ professionals to immediately implement measurable shifts in their lives and businesses in an environment (and industry) that demands agility.
A unique gathering, this event brings together all the players in the financial services industry — from housing and insurance to banking and wealth management.
The 2021 panel and keynote topics include:
- Women in Power
- D&I: Leading Uncomfortable Conversations
- What’s in Store for Housing, Mortgages and Foreclosures?
- Navigating Diversity Inclusion and Bias (DIBs) at Work and Home
- Corporate Seller Vendor Roundtable
- VRMU: Marketing and Advertising
- The Experience Economy – Three Keys to Thriving in an Era of Rapid Change
- Responding to Ransomware Threats: An Interactive Practice Session for the Board, C-Suite & Business Owners
- Exit Strategy: Planning and Preparing for Post- Pandemic Success
- Leverage the Industry to Build Your Network, Create Wealth and Experience Freedom
- Future Ready Procurement
- VRMU: Common Mistakes for BPOs
For more information about CIFS, or the 2021 FinServ Expo, visit www.councilforinclusion.org.
About The Council for Inclusion in Financial Services (CIFS) – An industry initiative created to help the financial services industry develop and sustain an inclusive workforce and bridge the gap between the varied industry-wide diversity and inclusion initiatives. Initially formed to address the requirements of Section 342 of The Dodd-Frank Act relating to utilization of women and minorities suppliers as well as their inclusion in senior leadership roles, CIFS now addresses the fundamental challenges that inadvertently create exclusionary practices which limit all groups. The CIFS develops tools, training, certifications and sourcing vehicles for organizations across the financial services industry. www.councilforinclusion.org