About Brett King

Brett KingBrett King is the inventor of Movenbank, the world’s first direct mobile-only bank. King is also the best-selling author of several books and frequently speaks at financial and banking events around the world. Brett King is considered a leader in the financial and banking industry and serves as an advisor for some of the world’s best-known banks, including HSBC, BMO, RBS, and TD. King also has provided his services to Microsoft, WiPro, and Oracle.

First making a splash in the publishing world with Bank 2.0, King’s book spent more than two years on the global top-10 bestseller’s list and reached number one in the Amazon.com category of banking, professional finance, and customer service. Brett King is a regular contributor to some of the world’s best-known financial publications, including the Wall Street Journal and The Economist. He publishes regularly in his role as industry advisor on websites such as the Huffington Post, Fin Extra, and Internet Evolution, and operates his own financial blog, Banking4Tomorrow.com. King also has been featured on Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and the BBC.

King’s greatest achievement, Movenbank, revolutionizes the banking industry. It provides traditional banking services that are entirely paperless, cardless, and transparent. King recognizes the role of the Internet, social media, and the cloud in banking and has created a concept that changes the context of banking. He views banking as something consumers do, as opposed to a place where they go. Brett King is available for speaking engagements and proudly shares his views on banking, customer service, and the future of the financial industry.

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