Gordon Baird, CEO of Independence Bancshares, Inc., to Speak at Innovation Project 2013 at Harvard U

Gordon Baird, CEO of Independence Bancshares, Inc., to Speak at Innovation Project 2013 at Harvard University

Conference to Focus on Successfully Transforming the Commerce Ecosystem Through Innovation

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Gordon Baird, CEO of Independence Bancshares, Inc., will join Warren Buffet, Al Gore, Larry Summers, Raj Date and other industry leaders to talk about innovation and financial services at The 2013 Innovation Project conference, March 20th and 21st at Harvard University.


As a former executive of State Street Bank and Trust Company and Citigroup Global Markets, Inc., and founder of multiple financial services companies, Baird has deep experience in banking and the transformational impact of mobility and digital connectivity on financial services, regulation and mobile banking. He will provide his cross-platform, cross-industry perspective on the innovation taking place in financial services, the opportunities and constraints facing larger financial services companies, emerging enabling technologies and the regulatory frameworks that will shape developments in this space.

More information about Mr. Baird's panel and the Innovation Project can be found here: http://theinnovationproject2013.com

About Independence Bancshares, Inc. and Independence National Bank

Independence Bancshares, Inc. is a bank holding company headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina, providing a complete line of retail banking, consumer finance and business banking services.



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