Al Dominick is a dynamic and influential financial services and fintech industry executive, recognized for his creativity, growth mindset and thought leadership. With a track record of delivering smarter, faster and measurable outcomes on critical strategic initiatives, he has earned the trust of industry leaders.
In his role at Cornerstone Advisors, Al brings a wealth of research and fact-based insights to the table. He provides valuable expertise in corporate governance, strategic planning and fostering innovation. He works with C-suite executives and boards of directors to embrace change, enhance performance and drive sustainable growth.
As a partner in the firm, Al spearheads key relationships with industry investors, boards, associations, financial institutions, investment banks and fintech companies. Additionally, he serves as the partner liaison for the firm's marketing efforts, leveraging his expertise to ensure effective and impactful communication.
Al's thought leadership and expertise position him as a sought-after speaker on a national level. He regularly contributes to esteemed industry publications such as the American Banker and The Wall Street Journal, sharing his insights on the latest trends and developments. Further, Al co-hosts our engaging Plugged In podcast, where he provides his perspectives on current industry topics and future trends.
Previously, Al served as the CEO of DirectorCorps, a prominent organization encompassing Bank Director, renowned for hosting the prestigious "Acquire or Be Acquired" (AOBA) conference, and FinXTech, a dedicated resource connecting U.S. bank leaders with innovative technology partners. He also led the production of the insightful digital series "Looking Ahead" in collaboration with Nasdaq, a multi-year series to examine major cross-industry trends and strategic issues.
Al's background includes notable positions with Board Member, Inc., a company acquired by the New York Stock Exchange, and Computech, a respected information technology firm acquired by NCI (NASDAQ: NCIT).
He holds a bachelor's degree in politics from Washington & Lee University in Lexington, VA, where he excelled as a four-year varsity baseball player. He earned an MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland in College Park, MD.