Neobanks: The Future of Banking Goes Digital
From Thursday, April 21st, 2022

Some consider neobanks, digital-only fintech companies that provide checking and savings accounts online, the future of banking. But what does the data tell us about adoption of these services?

In the webinar, Momentive's (makers of SurveyMonkey) Sam Gutierrez and Quinn Seidman presented Momentive's data on this new and exciting topic in a panel moderated by BattleFin co-founder and CEO Tim Harrington.

We discussed:

  • Banking going digital as mobile apps become the dominant method of accessing bank accounts
  • Neobanks seeing higher adoption among younger age cohorts and lower-income consumers
  • Ease of use and accessibility drive neobank adoption, while lack of in-person support and security concerns are among the leading complaints for customers of neobanks
Watch the recording of this BattleFin + Momentive webinar from Thursday, April 21st.
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Meet the Speakers:

Sam Guttierez


Sam Gutierrez

Research Scientist, Momentive

Sam is an experienced market researcher, with a focus on customer satisfaction and brand tracking. He has previously worked for J.D. Power and Ipsos.

Quinn Seidman


Quinn Seidman

Senior Account Executive, Momentive

Quinn Seidman is a senior account executive with Momentive's Market Research vertical focused on the investment community working with top Hedge Funds, Equity Research Analysts, PE/VC and Asset Managers. Prior to Momentive, Quinn worked at Gerson Lehrman Group (GLG) facilitating market research for private equity and venture capital firms.

Tim Harrington


Tim Harrington

Chief Executive Officer, BattleFin

Tim is a co-founder and CEO of BattleFin Group Inc. BattleFin is an ecosystem focused on bringing alternative data to the world through BattleFin’s Ensemble© Technology Platform. He has over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. Tim was the President and a Partner at Lion’s Path Capital, a hedge fund strategy incubator where he allocated capital to 30 fundamental and systematic portfolio managers since the launch in 2009. From January 2006 until 2009, Mr. Harrington was a Portfolio Manager at J.P. Morgan Ventures where he was in charge of Global Technology, Media & Telecom Investments. From February 2002 until January 2006 he was a Telecom & Media Portfolio Manager at Sigma Capital, a subsidiary of SAC Capital. Mr. Harrington graduated from Columbia College in 1998. He was a member of the Columbia University Judiciary Board as well as a member of the varsity crew team.

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