Daniel Haisley is the executive vice president of innovation at Apiture, leading the innovation efforts, encompassing data intelligence and API banking solutions. Mr. Haisley has an extensive background in product and design management.
Prior to his role at Apiture, Mr. Haisley held product leadership roles at Live Oak Bank and 1st Source Bank. He brings over 10 years of experience driving innovation in technology for financial institutions.
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Brad Rustin is a partner at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP. He chairs the firm’s financial services regulatory practice. His career began as a litigator focusing on consumer financial services litigation and defense of regulatory claims against chartered and non-chartered financial institutions, finance entities and money services business. Following in the wake of the fiscal crisis, he began working with financial institutions, state-licensed lenders, money transmitters, non-traditional lenders, check cashers and mortgage brokers on issues of regulatory compliance. As the regulatory environment facing financial institutions has changed and increased in complexity, he now spends most of his time counseling financial institutions in regulatory matters, including strategic agreements, product development and operational compliance.
Mr. Rustin is a certified anti-money laundering specialist (CAMS) by ACAMS and a certified regulatory compliance manager (CRCM) by the American Bankers Association.
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Jack ThompsonHead of Financial Services Sales, Americas
Jack Thompson is the head of U.S. financial services at SAS Institue, Inc. and leads the charge in delivering cutting-edge analytics and artificial intelligence solutions to clients in banking, insurance and financial technology.
With a proven track record of success, Mr. Thompson oversees a top-performing team of sales and technical talent with a common goal to transform the financial services industry by providing enterprise decisions at scale. He partners with industry leaders to create dynamic solutions for complex areas such as risk management, fraud and security intelligence, customer intelligence and enterprise decisioning.
Through innovative and consistent customer focus, Mr. Thompson leads his team to enable responsible, relevant and equitable financial solutions and services. As the future of financial services evolves, his expertise remains at the forefront, shaping the industry and setting a precedent for excellence.
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Lexie GrindstaffVice President of Business Development
Lexie Grindstaff is the Vice President of Business Development at Bank Director. In this role, she provides direct assistance to our corporate clients on a daily basis. In addition, Lexie coordinates sales initiatives and manages client relationships at technology, law, accounting and consulting firms across the country. Prior to Bank Director, Lexie worked at KeyBank as a Licensed Relationship Manager. Lexie graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor’s degree in Business.
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