Reach 2,000+ senior-level decision-makers from more than 700+ institutions with nearly $10 trillion in combined assets.
There is no better way to generate more leads and close more deals than by sponsoring The Financial Brand Forum — the only event that draws over 2,000+ senior leaders in retail banking.
The Financial Brand Forum is built for retail executives working in the North American banking industry. Over 2,000+ banking executives are projected to attend the Forum 2019, representing more than $9.8 trillion in combined assets from 700+ different financial institutions.
- One out of every 20 retail banking providers in the U.S. will attend the Forum 2019.
- One in every four attendees are C-level.
- One out of every three of the 1,000 biggest banking providers in the U.S. attend.
- Over 65% of the attendees are VP-level or higher.
- The most common titles attendees hold include CMO, CEO, COO, EVP, VP, SVP and AVP.
Because of the way The Financial Brand restricts the number of vendors who attend, there are roughly 20 attendees from a financial institution for every one exhibitor — about the highest attendee-to-exhibitor ratio you’ll find anywhere in the banking industry. This ensures that you’ll be talking to the key prospects you need to reach.
Attendees divide evenly between banks and credit unions, with an average asset size of $20 billion and a median of $1.2 billion. There are only around 100 banks in the U.S. with more than $15 billion in assets, and half of them attend The Financial Brand Forum.
The top 30 attending institutions by asset size represent $8.4 trillion in combined assets — an average of $280 billion each. 90% of attendees are from the U.S., and 5% come from Canada.
Attendees hail from the biggest, most prestigious and respected banks in the world, including Bank of America, Wells Fargo, USAA, Capital One, Charles Schwab, TD Bank, Ally Financial, Navy Federal Credit Union, U.S. Bank, KeyBank, BECU, PNC, SunTrust, First Tech FCU, Regions, RBC, Umpqua Bank, FirstBank, BMO, Bank of the West, Zions, CIBC, Coast Capital Savings, Associated Bank, IBERIABANK, UMB, Arvest Bank, and many more!