Companies around the country are grappling with the current and future state of the workplace, following the broad adoption of remote work and flexible scheduling during the coronavirus pandemic. Indivar Khosla, U.S. head of financial services at Microsoft Corp., believes companies need to prepare to redefine expectations and deploy a hybrid approach. He shares how that could take shape in this conversation with Bank Director CEO Al Dominick.

Khosla also shares his point of view about the digital capabilities that financial services companies should consider to differentiate their organization.

To hear more from Microsoft on the future of financial services and to gain additional insights from industry leaders and inspirational change agents, join us in attending Envision: U.S. Financial Services Summit Series on May 12, 2021.

This video is from DirectorCorps’ “Looking Ahead” series. View the full conversation here.


Al Dominick

Board Member

Al Dominick serves on the board of DirectorCorps, Inc. The former CEO of Bank Director | FinXTech, he is a partner at Cornerstone Advisors.

Prior to Cornerstone and Bank Director | FinXTech, he ran the business development efforts for Computech, a Bethesda, Maryland-based information technology firm (now part of NCI — NASDAQ: NCIT). Before that, he worked for Board Member, Inc. in a variety of revenue-generating roles.

A 1999 graduate of Washington & Lee University, where he majored in Politics and was a four-year letterman on the varsity baseball team, he earned an MBA from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business in 2007.


Indivar Khosla