Banking for everyone: Arising accessibility trends in banking and financial services • November 18, 2021
Learn from global pioneers of accessibility in banking and financial services

Meg O'ConnellMeg O'Connell

Founder & CEO of Global Disability Inclusion, Disability Inclusion Expert

Meg O’Connell, Founder & CEO of Global Disability Inclusion. Meg is an award winning disability inclusion expert, she works with Global 500 companies, universities, foundations and non-profits to provides strategic direction, design and implementation of disability employment and inclusion programs. A few of her notable clients include Arrow Electronic, Cummins, Michael's, NCR, P&G, Starbucks, The Open Society Foundations, and the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), just to name a few.

She serves as board member to the global non-profit United States International Council on Disabilities (USICD) which is dedicated to ratifying the Convention on Rights for People with Disabilities (CRPD). Global Disability Inclusion is an expert resource partner to the Valuable 500 a global movement to work with CEOs to put disability on their board agenda. Meg is a regularly requested key-note speaker at home and abroad, and she is conversationally proficient in American Sign Language.

Takes part in

Nov, 18 4:00 PM CET
Panel Discussion

The multiplying effect of accessibility in the banking industry

  • Why is accessibility a must for a modern banking service?

  • How can accessibility attract new customers, including those who don’t use accessibility features?

  • How can accessibility increase employee and customer loyalty?

  • How can accessibility affect a bank’s reputation?

Catherine Tunney Braeken Director Client Accessibility at CIBC
Bianca Prins Global Head of Accessibility at ING Bank
Malintha Fernando Global Head of Digital Experience and Accessibility at HSBC
Meg O'Connell Founder & CEO of Global Disability Inclusion, Disability Inclusion Expert