Welcome to the NextGen Banker Podcast
Technology has created unprecedented opportunities in the banking industry over the last decade. And at the same time, consumers have renewed their expectations around how financial institutions – and, for that matter, corporations in general – should respond to pressing social issues.
The next generation of bankers needs to be technologically savvy and look for opportunities to create environmental, social and financial sustainability. Listen as host David Reiling talks with the changemakers responsible for creating a financial sector that’s more diverse, values-driven and better-equipped to support all consumers.
Episode # 4: Jason Henrichs
Featuring: Jason Henrichs
Jason Henrichs is a veteran in the fintech space. He’s the founder of Fintech Forge and a co-founder of Alloy Labs, along with being a host on Breaking Banks, the #1 global fintech radio show and podcast. Jason talks with David about the importance of adaptability in an ever-changing fintech environment as well as what role banks can play in this new frontier. In Jason’s words, the “face of banking is fundamentally going to look more different in the next five years than it has in the previous 500.”Listen
Episode # 3: Dr. Tia Kansara
Featuring: Dr. Tia Kansara
Dr. Tia Kansara is an award-winning entrepreneur, lecturer and author. She’s also the CEO of Replenish Earth, an organization that helps governments, businesses and individuals become more environmentally sustainable. Dr. Kansara talks with David about mindfulness, the ability to adapt in a post-pandemic world and how changing our definition of “success” can pave the way to a more eco-friendly future. Featuring music by Mason Zgoda.Listen
Episode # 2: Jo Ann Barefoot
Featuring: Jo Ann Barefoot
Jo Ann Barefoot is the CEO & Cofounder of Alliance for Innovative Regulation, a podcast host and a former deputy comptroller of the currency. Jo Ann chats with David about the age-old dilemma faced in finance: how to reconcile the speed of tech with the bureaucratic nature of regulation. The biggest point Jo Ann wants bankers to take away? Move fast. Featuring music by Ben Kyle.Listen
Episode #1: Apple Crider
Featuring: Apple Crider
Apple Crider is an entrepreneur, podcast host and Youtuber focused on personal finance. His content aims to demystify the financial world for his viewers, especially young people. Listen as Apple talks with David about entrepreneurship, what the younger generation thinks about brick-and-mortar banks and how to narrow your focus to become more efficient. Featuring music by The Choir.Listen
More from David Reiling
Sunrise Banks CEO David Reiling Named Chair of the Global Alliance for Banking on Values
What does it mean to succeed in the business world?
The traditional definition of success usually entails a corporate structure based on earnings and earnings alone, without much thought put into what’s been given back. This model tends to think of a company’s mission and profit margin as being mutually exclusive.
At Sunrise, we believe the opposite: By being mission-focused and helping others, companies can do even better financially — mission times margin.
This belief is what prompted Sunrise CEO David Reiling to write his new book, Fintech4Good. The book chronicles five financial technology entrepreneurs who saw issues of economic inequality first-hand and created products to fix them.
Touching on the student loan crisis, credit-building roadblocks for refugees and the lack of small-loan options for the average American, Fintech4Good explores financial technology (fintech) and its myriad possibilities to affect positive change.
Fintech4Good is available on Amazon.
David Reiling is an innovative social entrepreneur focused on empowering individuals through community banking and financial technology. David is the Chief Executive Officer of Sunrise Banks and has been in the community development banking industry for more than 25 years.
David believes that doing well and doing good are not mutually exclusive. Under David’s leadership, Sunrise has financially outperformed banks of the same size while also providing products and services that help low-income individuals in the Twin Cities Metro achieve financial wellness.
David has spoken at conferences around the world and is the author of Fintech4Good.
Online Banking Log In
Securely log in to online banking to manage your accounts, send payments, transfer money and pay bills.
Our personal digital banking enrollment feature is experiencing intermittent availability. If you receive an error, please contact us at (651) 265-5640 for further assistance.