Please join us for a webinar hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, supported by JPMorgan Chase & Co., where representatives from University of North Carolina Center for Community Capital and nonprofit Leaders in Financial Technology (nLIFT) will discuss the potential for technology innovation in the financial services sector – fintech – to increase financial inclusion in the United States. The webinar will explore key trends in fintech investment and adoption – including barriers to adoption – among low- and moderate-income consumers, and the roles that financial institutions, fintech companies, and non-profit intermediaries can play in meeting the needs of underserved consumers. The webinar will also feature new work from nLIFT around nonprofits leadership in fintech innovations to help facilitate financial inclusion.
The webinar will feature opening remarks by JPMorgan Chase. As financially healthy households promote more resilient and inclusive communities and economies, JPMorgan Chase applies technology, behavioral science, and design strategy to support innovative technology-based solutions to promote financial health. At the center of its commitment to improving financial health is the Financial Solutions Lab, a $30 million, five-year initiative that supports promising innovations that can help Americans increase savings, improve credit, and build assets.
- Opening Remarks by Anne Romatowski, Vice President, Global Philanthropy, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
- Leigh Phillips, CEO, EARN/ Founding Member nLIFT
- Jess Dorrance, Senior Project Manager, UNC Center for Community Capital,University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Moderated by Lawrence Bowdish, Director of Research, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Corporate Citizenship Center