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Episode 2  |  50:18 min

Specialized Cross-Functional Teams with Andrew Obee

Episode 2  |  50:18 min  |  11.18.2020

Specialized Cross-Functional Teams with Andrew Obee

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This is a podcast episode titled, Specialized Cross-Functional Teams with Andrew Obee. The summary for this episode is: <p><span style="background-color: transparent; color: rgb(29, 28, 29);">In this episode, Clayton sits down with Andrew Obee, President and Chief Executive Officer of </span><a href="https://ficanex.ca/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank" style="background-color: transparent; color: rgb(29, 28, 29);">Ficanex</a><span style="background-color: transparent; color: rgb(29, 28, 29);">, to discuss his ideas around tiger teams, credit unions, and innovation at the bank. Andrew discusses how FI's need to embrace open banking to make it easier for customers to make their own choices, while maintaining their focus on trust. He talks about lessons learned throughout his career, starting from flipping burgers to being a top executive - and why it's never a good idea to fake a sick day!</span></p><p><br></p>

In this episode, Clayton sits down with Andrew Obee, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ficanex, to discuss his ideas around tiger teams, credit unions, and innovation at the bank. Andrew discusses how FI's need to embrace open banking to make it easier for customers to make their own choices, while maintaining their focus on trust. He talks about lessons learned throughout his career, starting from flipping burgers to being a top executive - and why it's never a good idea to fake a sick day!


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Andrew Obee
President and CEO, Ficanex
Andrew Obee is the President and Chief Executive Officer at Ficanex and carries with him nearly 20 years working with credit unions and their surrounding ecosystems. At Ficanex, Andrew works to empower financial service providers to accelerate innovation. Andrew's primary focus is on understanding the rapidly changing financial services landscape, building on the past successes of the organization, and identifying strategic opportunities for future growth and value creation. Andrew has extensive knowledge and experience in financial services, payments, strategy, governance, and technology in both the private and public sector.
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