Beyond the Teller Window

Beyond the Teller Window: Taking Community Banking to the Next Level

February 8, 2022 | 10:00 am - 11:15 am CST

Complimentary (bank members) | $120 per person (nonmembers)

Bank branches will always be a part of the community fabric. But with more and more customers relying on the convenience and accessibility of online capabilities, participating in the digital transformation has shifted from a competitive advantage to a competitive necessity. Now more than ever, community banks can leverage digital capabilities to reach new customers and compete on a more level playing field. Focusing on the electronic lending space, the speaker will conduct a deep dive on incorporating digital signature and the benefits for lenders and their customers in leveraging eClosing loans and eVault technologies. Attend this session to hear practical tips and case study examples of how independent banks have undergone a digital transformation to better serve their customers and communities.

Key Takeaways: 

  • For those banks that already have adopted digital capabilities, determine how to assess current practices to identify gaps;
  • Learn how banks are mapping the steps to a future fully digitized state.

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Art Tyszka is vice president at Wolters Kluwer and leads Partnerships and New Product Innovation for the Compliance Solutions business within the company’s Governance, Risk & Compliance division. In this role, he is responsible for helping the nation’s leading banks deliver exceptional service to their customers while managing risk and complying with the latest regulatory requirements. His experience with digital lending and eClose has enabled customers to expand their end-to-end lending and financing capabilities.  Tyszka’s team helps U.S. banks provide the financial products their consumers need in order to pursue their goals, from small business ownership to homeownership. 

Prior to joining Wolters Kluwer, Tyszka worked at VMP Mortgage Forms, later acquired by Wolters Kluwer. He has more than 25 years of experience in financial services, helping banks implement compliance and risk management technology systems in mortgage lending, secure document delivery, loss mitigation and document generation systems.  

Tyszka earned his bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and is a Mortgage Bankers Association’s certified mortgage technologist. He can be reached at


Questions? Contact Patti Coles at Patti@Minnesota.Bank or (651) 789-3987


2/8/2022 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM

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