Regulatory swings. Economic ebbs and flows. Rapidly evolving consumer demands. Technological innovation. Changes which have impacted the industry over the past several decades appear to be accelerating and broadening. How will these trends influence bank strategy for 2017 and beyond? In this video, Steve Kent of Piper Jaffray explains the developments impacting the industry, and how executives and boards can face these challenges. Topics include: Regulatory & Market Trends How These Trends Impact Bank Strategy Considerations for Bank Boards A glossary of banking terms is included with each video unit. About the Presenter: Steve Kent is a managing director and…

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Steve Kent

Director and Risk Committee Chair

Steve Kent is a director and the risk committee chair at Byline Bank. He has served on the board of directors since June 2019. He is also a member of the audit, executive credit, compensation, governance and nominating and ALCO committees.

Mr. Kent served as vice chairman and a managing director of the financial services group at Piper Sandler Companies (formerly Piper Jaffray Companies) until January 2021, where he focused on merger and acquisition advisory and capital market transactions for financial services companies. Prior to joining Piper Sandler in October 2015, Mr. Kent co-founded and served as president of River Branch Capital from March 2011 through its sale to Piper Jaffray in September 2015. Mr. Kent advised client banking companies on capital management, equity recapitalizations, merger and acquisition transactions and private equity executions where, in select instances, affiliates of River Branch acted as an investing principal.