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From music major to stock picker to CEO - Whitney Johnson has had quite the unconventional career path. But with a combination of self-advocacy and fearlessness, Whitney has become a successful author, business leader, and executive coach. In this week's episode, she explains her method for starting new projects and how to approach those uncomfortable moments in your career.1:24 - Whitney's transition from music major to stock picker3:14 - Advice for people making a major career change6:40 - The origin of Whitney's advocacy for herself7:57 - Mini coaching session 15:20 - Advice on starting something new20:16 - SpeedroundHi, I'm Diana Kander and like you, I feel the call to grow. I'm a midwestern mom of two, balancing a career as a keynote speaker, and trying to leave the world a little bit better than I found it. Each week on The Growth League, I seek out the most remarkable women leaders and uncover their rules for growth. Whether you're trying to get better at your presentation skills, get that next promotion or even do your first pullup, each episode will provide you with a New Rule for Growth to supercharge your efforts! The Growth League is more than just a podcast. It's a community. To join this incredible community, subscribe to our newsletter and join our Facebook group full of like-minded growth-oriented leaders. To claim your exclusive offer of 40% off a Calm Premium subscription, go to CALM.COM/growth.
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توقف خدمات بانکی یا De-Banking یکی از اقداماتی است که بانک های استرالیا از آن استفاده می کنند. با آنکه این اقدام ممکن است دلایل متعدیی داشته باشد، اما تعداد قابل توجهی از ایرانیان ساکن استرالیا در سال های گذشته از طرف بانک های خود نامه ای را دریافت کرده اند که بدون ارائه هیچگونه دلیلی به آنها اطلاع داده شده است که بانک مورد نظر در نظر دارد حساب بانکی آنها را ظرف یک مدت مشخص ببندد و آنها باید موجودی حساب یا حساب های خود را از آن خارج کنند زیرا بانک مورد نظر تصمیم گرفته تا دیگر به آنها خدمات بانکی ارائه نکند. در همین راستا رادیو اس بی اس فارسی با تعدادی از شهروندان استرالیایی-ایرانی گفتگو های جداگانه ای را انجام داده است که ادعا می کنند نامه های «De-banking» را از طرف بانک های خود در استرالیا دریافت کرده اند. اس بی اس فارسی همچنین به چندین بانک و سازمان از جمله AFCA و AUSTRAC و همچنین سفارت جمهوری اسلامی در کانبرا رجوع کرده و نظر یک کارشناس سیاسی را در این خصوص جویا شده است.
“We're serving the underserved, doing things differently, making a difference for people.” - Whitney Anderson-HarrellThank you for tuning in to episode 135 of The CUInsight Experience podcast with your host, Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. This episode is brought to you by Allied Solutions. Allied Solutions is focused on helping clients grow their bottom line, protect their business and members, and evolve to stay ahead of the competition.My guest on today's show is Whitney Anderson-Harrell, President & CEO at Elements Financial FCU in Indianapolis. Whitney shares the unique story of her career journey from teller, to outside the industry, and finally back to credit unions. She expresses her excitement about the future of the movement and what credit unions should focus on to stay relevant. She also discusses the value of having and being a mentor to gain greater insight and opportunities throughout your career.During our conversation, Whitney dives into the big investment she made in her career that she also considers a big catalyst for change. Whitney shares that when adding a new member to her team, she looks for integrity, loyalty, and trust. She finds it important to create a healthy environment where solution-oriented conversations are encouraged. Throughout the discussion, Whitney shares her belief in challenging current ideas and listening to new ones to stay relevant and ultimately make the right decisions for members, employees, and the community. As Elements' newest CEO, Whitney shares how she built a foundation of trust with her leadership team through intention, direct communication, and asking questions. She finds this vital in gaining perspective and understanding what each employee values within the credit union. Whitney also finds it helpful to be direct when giving feedback and speaks on the benefits of having a direct conversation when necessary. Whitney and I chat about how she plans on growing Elements along with the credit union movement as a whole by exceeding member expectations. Tune in to hear Whitney's advice on when to pull the plug on an idea, balancing a hybrid work environment, technology in the credit union space, and more. As we wrap up the show, listen in as Whitney talks about her amazing family, her love of Motown, and one book she's been reading lately. Enjoy my conversation with Whitney Anderson-Harrell!Find the full show notes on cuinsight.com.Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher Books mentioned on The CUInsight Experience podcast: Book List How to find Whitney:Whitney Anderson-Harrell, President & CEO at Elements FCUwandersonharrell@elements.orghttps://www.elements.org/ LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
In der Nachmittagsfolge sprechen wir mit Dr. Florian Haagen, Co-Founder und CEO von finAPI, über die Übernahme von Yapily. FinAPI ist eine Open Banking API, die als Plattform eine Schnittstelle zwischen Banken, Unternehmen und Usern herstellt. Unternehmen haben beispielsweise die Möglichkeit, im Kundenauftrag auf Kontodaten zuzugreifen und Zahlungen auszulösen. Außerdem verfügt das Münchner Startup über ein Data Intelligence Module, welches eine umfangreiche Analyse von Finanzdaten auf Basis von Data Enrichment, künstliche Intelligenz und Machine Learning Systeme ermöglicht. Die privatwirtschaftliche Wirtschaftsauskunftei SCHUFA hat sich im Jahr 2019 eine 75%-Mehrheit an finAPI gesichert und ist der größte Kunde der Open Finance Plattform. Das Münchener Startup wurde bereits 2008 von Dr. Florian Haagen und Dr. Martin Lacher gegründet und mit einer Neuausrichtung im Jahr 2016 wurde die innovative Banking-API entwickelt. Das Londoner Unternehmen Yapily, welches ebenfalls eine Schnittstellen-Lösung zwischen Unternehmen und Banken anbietet, wir das Münchner Unternehmen übernehmen. Nachdem Yapily im Frühjahr 2020 eine Finanzierungsrunde abgeschlossen hat, haben sie bereits eine Expansion nach Deutschland angekündigt. Mit dem Kauf der deutschen Open-Banking-Plattform wird Yapily laut Unternehmensangaben zufolge zur größten Open-Banking-Zahlungsplattform in Europa. Nach diesen Angaben haben die beiden Fintechs in den letzten 12 Monaten 39,5 Milliarden US-Dollar abgewickelt und mehr als eine Million monatlich aktive User bedient. Laut der Vorstandsvorsitzenden der SCHUFA Tanja Birkholz wird die Kooperation mit finAPI weiterhin aufrechterhalten bleiben. Das Münchener Startup erweitert Yapilys Portfolio um ca. 300 Kunden, wie beispielsweise die Hypo-Vereinsbank, die ING Deutschland und die DKB. Die Übernahme steht unter dem Vorbehalt der behördlichen Genehmigungen und wird voraussichtlich im zweiten Halbjahr 2022 abgeschlossen sein. Über den Kaufpreis haben sich die Parteien nicht geäußert. Laut Konzernabschluss der SCHUFA im Jahr 2019, wurde der 75%-Anteil von finAPI einem Buchwert von 19,5 Millionen Euro zugeschrieben. Die Bewertung von finAPI wird demnach bei ca. 25 Millionen Euro gelegen haben. Branchenkenner schätzen die Bewertung im Jahr 2022 auf 60 bis 80 Millionen Euro.
Our expert host, Kate Moody, is joined by some great guests to delve into Egypt's fintech scene. While we in the West may associate Egypt with its grand history – the truth is that the North African country is currently looking extremely youthful. With this young population comes new expectations on banking and financial services – with many from the outside of the country also looking at this hugely profitable market as a place to expand into. So in this episode, we're asking: How does the market look today? What challenges are still to be overcome? And what does the future hold for Egypt? This week's guests include: Momtaz Moussa, Co-Founder & CEO, Lucky Eslam Darwish, General Partner, Nclude By Global Ventures This episode is sponsored by Alto IRA Did you know the majority of people are investing in cryptocurrency through a taxable account, when they could be using an IRA and avoiding or deferring the taxes? With an Alto CryptoIRA, you can invest in crypto without tax headaches. Create a free account in minutes. Choose from over 150 coins, and invest with as little as $10. No setup charges and no account fees. To open an Alto CryptoIRA with as little as $10, just go to www.altoira.com/insider This episode is sponsored by TrueLayer Let's face it, cards were not designed for online. Payments can take days to settle, hurting customer loyalty. While high fraud, clunky checkouts and expensive fees mean millions in missed revenue. At TrueLayer, we've made instant payments available for businesses across Europe and the UK. So you can cut costs, fight fraud and get money moving fast. To learn more visit: www.TrueLayer.com/payments Fintech Insider by 11:FS is a podcast dedicated to all things fintech, banking, technology and financial services. It's hosted by a rotation of 11:FS experts including David M. Brear, Simon Taylor, Jason Bates and Gwera Kiwana, as well as a range of brilliant guests. We cover the latest global news, bring you interviews from industry experts or take a deep dive into subject matters such as APIs, AI or digital banking. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe and please leave a review Follow us on Twitter: @fintechinsiders where you can ask the hosts questions, or email firstname.lastname@example.org! Special Guests: Eslam Darwish and Momtaz Moussa.
Today's guest is Ian Wilson, Managing Director at Strategy 4 AI, a strategy and consulting firm based in Cambridge in the UK. He discusses two crucial topics in this particular episode. First, where can AI actually step in, interact with a customer, and not make it worse but potentially improve? Ian talks about some of those use-cases and how to identify them within a financial services institution. The second main topic Ian discusses is some of the challenges and how to identify where humans may offer a better experience and where it might make more sense to keep them in the loop, and what it will take to overcome that moving forward. Ian will soon join us on our other podcast called “The AI in Financial Services Podcast,” where we specifically focus on use-cases in that industry. Be sure to subscribe to your preferred podcast platform to hear his insights, perspective, and more in that upcoming episode.
Welcome back to What's Happening in Payments. I'm your host Ismail Umar, and in today's episode, I'm joined by Brian Dammeir, president of North America at Adyen. Adyen is an Amsterdam-based firm that allows businesses to globally accept, process, and settle ecommerce, mobile, and point-of-sale payments. It acts as a payment processor for some of the biggest brands across tech, retail, travel, restaurants, and more, including Spotify, Uber, Facebook, LinkedIn, McDonald's, eBay, and L'Oréal. Brian has been with Adyen for the past seven years, and prior to that, he held a variety of product roles at Google and Airbnb. Brian and I discuss a number of topics, including his experiences at Adyen, how he's seeing a shift in consumer culture and expectations across generations, the potential long-term effects of Covid on consumer behavior, and the role that Adyen wants to play in the future of payments.
"What is Web3?" Series: Changing Banking for the Unbanked In this episode we're talking with Carla Franklin, Senior Program Manager - Corporate Strategy at Amazon about how Web3 is diversifying banking, especially for the unbanked. Tune in to hear more about how Web3 is contributing to the pivot to virtual living, diversifying banking, and about Carla's hard work with cyber security at the start of Web 2.0. #Web3 #BlackWomenInSTEM #CarlinSolution #Banking #WomeninSTEM
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Michael Lush shares industry secrests that he not has done but now teaches to others across the globe on how to pay your mortgage off in 5-7 years. How To Pay Off Mortgage Early 5 years| Home Mortgage Refinance | Michael Lush Revealed! Welcome to the Gentleman Style Podcast. In this podcast, we will be revealing some secrets to pay off mortgage early. Michael Lush, he is an expert, he will be revealing about mortgage refinance. Michael Lush with his experience and expertise will brief us on how we can pay off mortgage early. The secrets of home mortgage refinance. Nowadays everyone is struggling to for refinancing a home loan, so we are here to help you out to pay off mortgage early. Join this channel to get access to perks: Join as a VIP Sponsor to my Channel About Michael Lush: Three nights a week, I was teaching my friends, neighbors, and past clients in a live class on how to replace their mortgage with a HELOC and start saving tens of thousands of dollars in interest. It wasn't like that in the beginning, though. I'm not going to lie to you... I used to push standard mortgages and I was REALLY good at it. I made a great living as a mortgage loan officer because I BELIEVED I was doing what was best for my clients. They wanted a new house, I got them the lowest interest rate possible... batta bing, batta boom, big commission checks. Then one day I bumped into a wealthy mentor who showed me what was wrong with what I'd been doing for the last 15 years. Instead of landing his wealthy client's mortgage business, I discovered how the wealthy finance their homes using lines of credit. Many nights I was up until 1am researching and that's when I discovered first lien HELOC's. Armed with this bank secret, I decided to create a class where I started teaching others how to pay off a home much faster than a mortgage. I included a bank list that offers all kinds of HELOC's. None of them are the same since they are portfolio loans. The response was incredible, but I didn't want just my close friends and clients to benefit from this. I wanted to reach as many people as possible so families aren't trapped for 30 years. There you have it. We love what we do and are proud of the tens of thousands of families that we have impacted on this journey.
Old revenue models are dead. Financial institutions must rethink their business models and create new growth levers to be future-ready. Subscriptions make our customers' lives easier with the touch of a button, a recurring purchase or even a reminder about content of interest. Helping customers pay directly from their debit or credit card can generate revenue. Beyond that, there are even subscription opportunities with personalized financial content. It is great to have Joan Clark, VP of Product for Segmint on the Banking Transformed podcast. Joan discusses the way banking can benefit immediately from the subscription economy. This episode of Banking Transformed is sponsored by Segmint Segmint empowers financial institutions and financial technology providers to easily understand and leverage data, interact with customers, and measure results. Derived from billions of transactions, Segmint provides the fastest and most accurate customer insights through advanced data tagging, categorization, and contextualization. Our insights enable all functions of an organization to inform strategies including competitive analysis, risk, marketing, customer experience, and product innovation. Visit HERE to learn more about Segmint.
A reporter joins us to look at the impact of the technology industry falling in the stock market. Then, we learn more about the attempted takeover of the Wisconsin retailer Kohl's. Later, we talk to the author of the new book suggesting ways to improve our economic system to be less dependent on the actions of the Federal Reserve.
We talk to the author of the new book suggesting ways to improve our economic system to be less dependent on the actions of the Federal Reserve. Then, we hear about the causes and effects of the baby formula shortage and get practical advice for parents.
For our season finale, we are talking about the sustainability revolution. How are businesses transitioning to address the greatest climate and environmental challenges of our time? And why is collaboration so critical? To explore these themes, I have the pleasure of chatting with Bridget Fawcett, the Global Co-Head of the Sustainability & Corporate Transitions team at Citi. Bridget is also the Global Head of Strategy for Citi's Banking, Capital Markets, and Advisory business. On the show, Bridget and I discuss wildlife conservation, the value of partnerships, and what they're doing at Citi to enable more resilient and sustainable business models. Learn more about their work at Citi. ClimateTech with Kentaro is produced by our incredible team at Persefoni and Hueman Group Media. Learn more about Persefoni and our climate management and accounting platform by subscribing to our weekly newsletter!
One of the buzzworthy themes across the financial services sector is how to make banking better. With fintechs continuing to make inroads into banking's customer base, what does making the experience better for the customer look like? In this episode, Sean and Gina share the latest information and insights on people's top financial priorities in 2022 and explore ways that banks and credit unions are meeting customers where they are – from mobile to the branch, and even on TikTok. With trends set in motion during the pandemic, Sean and Gina discuss the pressing need for financial wellness across generations and how banks are stepping up providing new tools to empower consumers no matter where they are in their financial journey. This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm
Our expert host, Gwera Kiwana, is joined by Mauricio Magaldi, Global Strategy Director for Crypto at 11:FS, to talk about something exciting we've been cooking up here at 11:FS. Our latest report - How web3 is shaping the future of finance - is out now! There's so much hype floating around about web3, but also so much opportunity. So we decided to do an explainer that unpacks what web3 actually means, how it'll impact financial services, the risks and the opportunities. Time to take a deep dive. All this and much much more on today's bonus episode! Fintech Insider by 11:FS is a podcast dedicated to all things fintech, banking, technology and financial services. It's hosted by a rotation of 11:FS experts including David M. Brear, Simon Taylor, Jason Bates and Gwera Kiwana, as well as a range of brilliant guests. We cover the latest global news, bring you interviews from industry experts or take a deep dive into subject matters such as APIs, AI or digital banking. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe and please leave a review Follow us on Twitter: @fintechinsiders where you can ask the hosts questions, or email email@example.com! Special Guest: Mauricio Magaldi.
Amanda Neely is a small business and financial professional. She founded and ran Overflow Coffee Bar, L3C from 2008 through 2018. Now, she shares her experiential knowledge through podcasting and developing personalized financial strategies for individuals and couples, as well as profitability strategies for businesses. Her goal is to work with people to take charge of their cash flow, leverage their assets, and increase their profitability in ways that would make their grandma proud. What You Will Learn: How Amanda's people-first mentality of financial advising differs from others Why small businesses are able to do more good and change the world What is the “bank on yourself” concept, and how can it transform your business What is the difference between term life insurance, whole life insurance, and the “bank on yourself” concept How investing in a particular type of whole life insurance can provide security and financial freedom and act as your personal low interest “bank”. What are the tax benefits of whole life insurance, and why do people buy more than one policy How to contact Amanda Neely: Website: https://stillmethod.com/organic1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Grandmaswealthwisdom/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amandaneely/
On this episode of Banking on KC, Neelima Parasker, President and CEO of SnapIT Solutions, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss how she is promoting STEM and fostering digital inclusion. Tune in to discover: How Neelima and her company are promoting STEM and fostering digital inclusion in disadvantaged communities. SnapIT's patent-pending process for helping individuals create a career in STEM. What inspired Neelima to launch SnapIT with a mission of empowering people through technology. The key to attracting more women and minorities to STEM careers. How Neelima's work in the community is strengthening our local workforce. Why companies must embrace a more innovative approach to hiring. Country Club Bank – Member FDIC
Transformation is Both a Journey and a Destination . Transformation might be a buzz word today but intelligent automation is playing a key role on the journey and proving to be a competitive differentiator as well. On this podcast, Xina Seaton speaks with Alastair Robertson, Head of Continuous Improvement, Automation & Predictive Analytics at Zurich Insurance Company Ltd and Abhi Kadian, Head of Robotics & Intelligent Automation Services at Westpac Banking Corporation to explore how they and other Blue Prism clients are activating their digital workforce to meet business needs and delight their teams and customers. . Here's what we talked with Ally and Abhi about: * What transformation means to the business within Zurich and Westpac * The journey through modernization, optimization to market differentiation * Managing maturity of different business units on their intelligent automation evolution * The importance of executive buy-in but true adoption comes after a breakout moment and cultural shift . To ensure that you never miss an episode of Transform NOW, be sure to subscribe!
On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with LGBT issues, YSL RICO, the GOAT Kendrick Lamar album review, Streaming Loophole, and much much more… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door
En este último Encuentro, platicamos con Daniel Becker, líder del sector financiero. Desde el 2003, Daniel es Presidente y Director General de Grupo Financiero Mifel y actualmente funge como presidente de la Asociación de Bancos de México (ABM). En esta conversación, platicamos sobre el arte de aprender a desaprender, cómo evitar que el éxito se convierta en tu enemigo y la importancia de seguir creciendo a través del estudio y un equipo de trabajo mejor que uno mismo. Daniel nos comparte elementos claves sobre la digitalización de la banca, su postura sobre las fintech y el esfuerzo conjunto que debemos hacer para crear inversiones sostenibles.
Banking-as-a-service (BaaS) provides a great opportunity for existing financial institutions to reach a greater number of customers at a lower cost by teaming up with non-traditional financial and non-financial businesses. It is expected the BaaS model will become a new battleground for both established banks and digital challengers, as the model has the potential to generate new revenue growth for both financial and non-financial businesses. The question becomes, will legacy banks become a distributor of financial products, a producer of them, or both? I am joined on the Banking Transformed podcast by Matthew Smith, Head of Digital Banking and Banking as a Service at Webster Bank. Matthew discusses why Webster Bank decided to pursue the BaaS strategy and the success of the strategy to date.
Today's episode is about Oxygen's campaign for mobile banking provider Elements. Elements is Oxygen's multi-tier debit card loyalty program, and its campaign brought about a new face to Oxygen at large. To delve into the thinking and execution behind Elements, I have with me today Oxygen's SVP, head of business development and strategic partnerships Ryan Conway, and creative director Sani Gad.
Major General (Ret'd) Marcus Thompson and Phil Tarrant highlight the need for cyber security awareness across the banking and finance sector. In this episode, created by our sister title, CyberSecurity Connect, the retired Major General from the Australian Defence Force and the co-founder and director of Momentum Media discuss the spike in malicious cyber activity from Russian actors following the Commonwealth government's decision to impose sanctions on the country in response to its invasion of Ukraine, and what can be done to protect financial services business and their clients. The duo discuss their tour of the country for The Adviser's Better Business Summit 2022, and why brokers need to be working on their cyber protections and resilience now - noting its critical infrastructure. Tune in to find out: Why cyber attacks are increasing How brokers can better protect their businesses How public policy and government-backed institutions can better equip organisations with the tools to combat cyber threats. And much more!
Growth, whether it be personal or professional, is a journey. Sometimes, we need to take time to reflect on where we've come from to grasp where we're going. We can't be afraid to fail. Our failures are the flames that forge us. Do you use them as an opportunity to gripe - or to grow? I had a second round of back-and-forth with Audrey Cannata, the Operations Lead here at the Digital Growth Institute to talk about her transformational journey over the last ten years. Join us as we discuss: - How she rolled over her teaching experience into the digital growth space - The divide between personal growth and the personal ‘gap' and what she's learned in her role from observing human behavior - Why individuals, teams, and organizations should transform from the inside out Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast: - Audrey Cannata You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to Banking on Digital Growth on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or here. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Banking on Digital Growth in your favorite podcast player.
Heute ist in unserem FinTech-Podcast das „Doppelte Andréchen“ am Start. Eure beiden Gastgeber Joel und Fintech-Papst André Bajorat fühlen Unternehmer André Reimers auf den Zahn. Er verantwortet das Deutschland-Geschäft von Pleo. Diese Komplettlösung für Unternehmensausgaben kann für alle hilfreich sein, die in ihrer Firma immer wieder aufs Neue genervt sind, wenn Sie besondere Ausgaben, wie zum Beispiel Fahrtkosten abrechnen müssen. Du erfährst... • …was Pleo genau macht • …welchen Unterschied es zwischen einer echten Plattform und einem Feature gibt • …warum DATEV und Pleo keine Konkurrenten sind • …welche Tücken die Expansion in verschiedene Länder mit sich bringt
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