Bryan Derman

Bryan Derman

 
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Large banks ... have ignited the ire of their customers and the general public. They may have also left themselves vulnerable to the inevitable marketing entreaties of the thousands of smaller institutions exempted from the Durbin Amendment’s interchange regulations.
— Oh, You Wanted a Steering Wheel with that Car? Contemplating New Debit Fees -- Payments Views Oct 2011

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Bryan brings an unusually comprehensive perspective to his consulting practice, having worked as a senior executive, security analyst, and strategy consultant during his 20-year career in financial services. He has developed new strategies and innovative business models for banking technologies ranging from ATMs and debit card acceptance to bill payment and payroll check cashing.

Before joining Glenbrook, Bryan served as vice president of strategic development for Cyota, overseeing the company’s relationships with strategic partners including payment processors and card associations.

Before Cyota, Bryan worked for First Data Corporation (FDC) as senior vice president for deposit access products at First Data Merchant Services.

Earlier in his career, Bryan established the Electronic Banking Division as a senior vice president at NatWest Bancorp in New York. There he had responsibility for the bank’s off-premise ATM network, debit card issuance, and online banking. Bryan also served as chief financial officer and head of business planning for NatWest’s retail bank and performed similar duties within Citibank’s New York retail banking network.

Bryan also worked as an equity research analyst covering large capitalization bank stocks at Morgan Stanley and began his career as a consultant at McKinsey & Company managing strategy development engagements for large financial institutions.


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