July 13, 2024
Pathward Monetary, Inc. (NASDAQ:CASH) Q1 2024 Earnings Convention Name January 24, 2024 5:00 PM ET

Firm Individuals

Darby Schoenfeld – Senior Vice President, Investor Relations

Brett Pharr – Chief Government Officer

Greg Sigrist – Government Vice President and Chief Monetary Officer

Convention Name Individuals

Frank Schiraldi – Piper Sandler

Eric Spector – Raymond James

Michael Perito – KBW


Girls and gents, thanks for standing by. Welcome to Pathward Monetary’s First Quarter Fiscal 12 months 2024 Investor Convention Name. Through the presentation, all members might be in a listen-only mode. Following the ready remarks, we’ll conduct a Q&A session. As a reminder, this convention name is being recorded.

I’d now like to show the convention name over to Darby Schoenfeld, Senior Vice President of Investor Relations. Please go forward.

Darby Schoenfeld

Thanks, operator, and welcome. With me in the present day are Pathward Monetary’s CEO, Brett Pharr; and CFO, Greg Sigrist, who will focus on our working and monetary outcomes for the primary quarter of fiscal 2024, after which we’ll take your questions.

Extra data, together with the earnings launch, the investor presentation that accompanies our ready remarks and supplemental slides could also be discovered on our web site at pathwardfinancial.com.

As a reminder, our feedback could embody forward-looking statements, together with with respect to anticipated outcomes for future durations. These statements are topic to dangers and uncertainties that would trigger precise and anticipated outcomes to vary. The corporate undertakes no obligation to replace any forward-looking assertion.

Please seek advice from the cautionary language within the earnings launch, investor presentation and within the firm’s filings with the Securities and Change Fee, together with our most up-to-date filings for extra data overlaying components that would trigger precise and anticipated outcomes to vary materially from the forward-looking statements.

Moreover, in the present day, we might be discussing sure non-GAAP monetary measures on this