This week in the Rockstar CMO Marketing Studio, Jeff Clark, inspired by an article by our chum Forrester's Simon Daniels, gives a primer on Customer Data Platforms (CDPs), discussing why organizations need one and some advice on implementing a CDP strategy and tools. Ian Truscott then goes backstage with Liz High an insight ninja, marketing strategist and author. Liz has worked with virtually every industry on both the client and agency side, using data-driven insight to help shape content, campaigns and brand value. Her clients have included everyone from tech giants Microsoft, Dell and Amazon, to entertainment heavyweight HBO. Her passion and consulting practice is focused on supporting startup and growth FinTechs, banks and credit unions to innovate, embrace brand thinking, and tell resonant stories that drive growth. Based in Seattle, Liz is a lover of the PNW, dogs, Chelsea FC, G&T and wine (not necessarily in that order) and they discuss Liz's new book - Think Like a Brand Not a Bank. Finally, we wind down the week in the Rockstar virtual bar to join Robert Rose, Chief Trouble Maker at The Content Advisory, this week, due to Ian being unable to press the right buttons in Outlook, we dip into the archive and share a great conversation from Episode 28, where Robert discusses buyers needs. Please get in touch if you have any thoughts or suggestions on the topics we discuss. Enjoy! The people: Ian Truscott on LinkedIn and Twitter Jeff Clark on LinkedIn and Twitter Liz High on LinkedIn and Twitter Robert Rose on Twitter and LinkedIn Mentioned in this week's episode: Simon Daniels - Customer Data Platforms Buy or Build Liz High's book - on the web: Think Like a Brand Not a Bank and on Twitter: @Brand_B4_Bank Rockstar CMO FM - Episode 63 with Misia Tramp Robert's The Content Advisory Blog Robert's latest project: Experience Advisors Rockstar CMO: Rockstar CMO on the web, Twitter, and LinkedIn Previous episodes and all show notes: Rockstar CMO FM Rockstar CMO Advisors Track List: Piano Music is by Johnny Easton, shared under a creative commons license We'll be right back by Stienski & Mass Media – on YouTube Put my To Work by Big Data – on Spotify Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
O papo de hoje é com o Diego Perez, Presidente da ABFintechs, a Associação Brasileira de Fintechs e cofundador da SMU Investimentos. Na Associação, Diego é responsável pela interação com legisladores e entidades reguladoras quando se trata de desenvolvimentos regulatórios de fintech e blockchain. Diego faz parte do grupo de entusiastas que defende o fenômeno Fintech no Brasil e na América Latina, além de um mestre quando o assunto é Open Finance.
“All we are saying that follow the traffic rules,” this is what RBI governor Shaktikanta Das told financial technology firms -- which have seen phenomenal growth in the last few years. The companies in the fintech sector are expected to have 1 trillion dollars in assets under management by 2030. But their rise is posing a two-fold challenge before regulators and the government: to turn India into a fintech superpower while ensuring that the firms ensure consumer safety. Technological innovation has been the key behind the runaway success of fintech firms. Similarly, the pharma industry too banks on innovations to survive and grow. Pharmaceutical giant Roche -- which is celebrating 125 years of existence -- also believes that its ability to reinvent itself through innovation was behind its success. Members of the founding family of Roche are in India. Business Standard's Sohini Das & Nivedita Mookerji spoke to them. It's not just Roche. India's growth story is increasingly catching the attention of leading brands all over the world. Robust demand in its economy -- aided by government spending -- has also enabled capital goods companies to sustain strong order inflows. Experts remain positive on the sector and expect this trend to continue in the medium term. We take a look at key factors which make analysts bullish on this space. A new virus has just arrived in India. But it's not attacking the lungs of people. It is straightaway going for their wallets. India's federal cyber security agency has issued an advisory. And leading banks are alerting their consumers to stay cautious about the SOVA virus. Listen to this episode of the podcast to know more.
No ano passado, o avanço das fintechs nos levou a fazer a seguinte pergunta: o reinado dos bancões está ameaçado? De lá para cá, muita coisa mudou. A inflação e a crise econômica atacam startups no mundo todo. Nesse contexto, as fintechs se mostram particularmente vulneráveis. Enquanto isso, os bancões fazem valer sua experiência e solidez, e continuam dando lucro.No episódio de hoje, conversamos sobre o atual contexto das fintechs e bancos digitais. O jogo agora está foi igualado entre as startups financeiras e os bancos tradicionais? E de quais maneiras a concorrência das fintechs fez os bancões se modernizarem? Para entender essas e outras nuances do assunto, dá o play e vem com a gente! ParticipantesThiago MobilonPaulo HigaFelipe VenturaLucas Braga CréditosProdutor: Josué de OliveiraEdição e Sonorização: Ariel LiborioArte da capa: Vitor Pádua
Neste vídeo respondo uma série de perguntas recebidas pelo meu Instagram no dia 15 de setembro de 2022. As perguntas são escolhidas previamente, mas respondidas na hora e sem nenhuma preparação. Portanto, desculpem qualquer resposta não tão completa assim.
Join Rose Oswald Poels, the CEO of the Wisconsin Bankers Association, as we discuss the latest Biden administration announcement on student loan forgiveness. Although all of the details of this policy are not finalized, we discuss the positives and negatives of this announcement. BankTalkPodcast.comRemedyconsult.net
Our expert hosts, Kate Moody and Benjamin Ensor, are joined by some great guests to talk about the most notable fintech, financial services and banking news from the past week. This week's guests include: Eric Johansson, Fintech Editor, Verdict Adam Bialy, Founder & CEO, Fiat Republic We cover the following stories from the fintech and financial services space: JPMorgan Chase acquires payments fintech Renovite to battle Stripe and Block - 5:08 Revolut wants to compete with PayPal and Apple at online checkouts 14:25 Bolt's $1.5bn deal to buy Wyre dies 27:45 Minority neobank Majority secures $37.5m in Series B raise 38:28 Greenwashing is a systemic problem at UK banks 47:58 Flurry of new rules leave Turkish banks struggling to lend 49:47 Kim Kardashian launches private equity firm 51:45 This episode is sponsored by Tink As the leading open banking platform, Tink enables the largest banks, lenders and payments providers to offer exceptional user experiences. Tink offers the best way to connect to banks across Europe, to build seamless services that can reach more than 250 million consumers. And they're already doing this for the likes of American Express, PayPal and Revolut. To get started with data-driven solutions for customer onboarding, making better risk decisions, or for instant bank payments with the highest conversion rate in the industry - visit tink.com This episode is sponsored by LinkedIn As you gear up for Autumn, you need the right people on your team to help your small business fire on all cylinders. LinkedIn Jobs is here to make it easier. Tap into the world's largest professional network with over 30 million people in the UK. Create a job post in minutes, and spread the word so your network can help you find the right people to hire. Just add the purple #Hiring frame to your LinkedIn profile. Simple tools, like screening questions, make it easy to find candidates with just the right skills and experience. It's why small businesses rate LinkedIn Jobs #1 in delivering quality hires vs leading competitors. LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. And, you can post a job for free. Just visit Linkedin.com/FINTECH (https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/cx/21/01/jobs-single-cta-11-podcast-uk?src=re-pod&trk=fintech&veh=fintech&mcid=6963291076820369422). Terms and conditions apply. 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, Ross Gallagher, Benjamin Ensor, and Kate Moody - 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 Guests: Adam Bialy and Eric Johansson.
Digital transformation is a difficult undertaking for any organisation. Many incumbents fail in their attempts to change the mindset, behaviour, practices and technology that will help them remain competitive, presenting a market opportunity for companies that can bring speed, technology and agility to service them. Fintechs have seized the opportunity to serve as surrogates for incumbents, helping them modernize their digital experiences and keep up with customer expectations. A company that has successfully equipped banks and other financial institutions, serving over 100 million customers worldwide, with state of the art digital experiences is Meniga out of Iceland. We had the opportunity to sit down with their founder Georg Ludvikson to understand how fintech are helping banks stay at the forefront of their business. In this session you'll learn more about how Meniga is ultraprersonalising experiences for millions of banking customers, making digital banking, smart, intuitive and relevant. Our banking history tells a story about us, it's about time banks use that knowledge to help customers live better financial lives.
Incumbent banks – as Fintech has found in the past decade are rather safer from having huge slices of their business nicked than many Fintechs have imagined. However Allica Bank, established by some pretty experienced individuals have a plan. In this episode we dive into that plan along with quizzing Conrad, who was last on […]
As the growth of Web3 is attracting more and more industries to its promise of a new digital world and the innovative technology that underpins its success, the banking sector has been making tentative steps into this new space. Banking traditionally has been at the forefront of implementing cutting edge technology to offer attractive new services to consumers. With this new technology, will the banking sector soon be taking their first steps towards the edge of the Metaverse, and what role will they play on the blockchain?In this episode of Future Sight, host Kary Bheemaiah speaks to Rita Martins, Head of Fintech Partnerships, for Global Functions, at HSBC, about how the banking industry plans to utilise Web3. This week's guest:Rita Martins is the Head of FinTech Partnerships, for Global Functions, at HSBC. Building and managing relationships with high-potential startups and driving collaboration between FinTechs, Web3 Startups and traditional financial services. Rita worked previously at Ernst and Young and Accenture, advising C-Suite on the applicability of new technologies in finance and driving large-scale transformation projects. A recognised expert, Rita is a regular keynote speaker on the subjects of FinTechs, Web3, Defi and partnerships and a judge at FinTech innovation awards. Rita is currently mentoring at Web3 Techstars, Outlier Ventures and sits at the Advisory Board of Tech London Advocates (TLA).You can listen back to some our previous Future Sight episodes on Web3 below:Building Brands With NFTs: https://www.capgemini.com/insights/research-library/building-brands-with-nfts/Cracking the Code of Musical Creativity With NFTshttps://www.capgemini.com/insights/research-library/cracking-the-code-of-musical-creativity-with-nfts/This episode was hosted by Kary Bheemaiah and produced by Thomas O'Mahony.This podcast is brought to you by Capgemini Invent. You can find out more about them at https://www.capgemini.com/service/invent/ and follow them on Twitter https://twitter.com/CapgeminiInvent.
On this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Barbara Iyayi, CEO & Founding Partner at Unicorn Growth Capital. An early-stage Web3 VC fund that invests in the future of Finance, bridging TradFi & DeFi to foster more inclusive economies, specifically in Africa. Unicorn Growth backs Web 2.5/3.0 companies providing FinTech & DeFi infrastructure across industries and uniquely helps them scale in markets with high crypto adoption. Barbara gives us a glimpse of some of the emerging crypto and defi trends in Africa and why she thinks Africa has the most lucrative opportunity for fintech, DeFi, and Web3 Learn more about the fund (https://www.unicorngrowthcap.com/) You can also learn more about Fintechs and Startups on AWS (https://aws.amazon.com/startups/ or https://aws.amazon.com/startups/FinTech/)
Positionner la France en tant qu'acteur de premier plan sur les innovations financières et construire la finance de demain, c'est l'ambition de FINANCE INNOVATION, grand acteur de l'accompagnement des FINTECHS et des acteurs du secteur financier. Dans cet épisode, Claudia Lomma - Podcast NFT Business
Today our host is excited to welcome a fellow New Jersey resident to the podcast. Kelly Ford is a tech industry veteran turned growth equity investor who serves as a general partner at Edison Partners. Kelly discusses what it is like to switch from operator to investor and how these different careers compare to one another. She explains how she landed in her current position entirely by accident, having initially worked “on the inside” for a former Edison portfolio company. Knowing the inner workings of a company Edison backed, she subsequently found herself in the ideal position to help evolve Edison Partner's strategy from venture to growth equity. Kelly enjoys building and growing companies, but she never imagined years ago that someday she'd be an investor. She explains how she adapted and rose the ranks to leading significant investments and raising capital. She also lets our host know about companies and unexpected industries in underserved markets that investors should be evaluating and in remote pockets of the U.S. not typically recognized by those looking to invest. Kelly is the expert with a keen eye on profiles to examine how to spot great investments in unusual industries and discover opportunities in the most unlikely locales. You'll want to hear her strategic way of thinking and how it elevated her to where she is today.
Como empreender em Venture Capital e investir fora do Brasil? Lições aprendidas, geração de valor para startups e insights sobre o futuro do ecossistema de inovação global. Daniel Ibri, sócio fundador e CIO da Mindset Ventures - gestora brasileira de fundos de Venture Capital que investe em startups em Israel e nos Estados Unidos - conta sobre a sua trajetória ao longo de mais de 12 anos no mercado de Venture Capital, investindo tanto em startups brasileiras como estrangeiras, e ajudando essas empresas a expandir para o mercado latino americano. Também é abordado no episódio o tema "empreendedorismo em Venture Capital”, onde Daniel conta sobre as suas experiências como CEO de um fundo em parceria com a Microsoft, e como fundador de duas gestoras de Venture Capital independentes. Quais as principais lições aprendidas e como agregar valor para empresas investidas? Por fim, Daniel também expõe a sua visão para os próximos anos dentro do ecossistema global de Venture Capital e startups. Quais as empresas e modelos de negócios do futuro e como os investidores devem acompanhar as tendências da nova geração para se manter atualizados? Temas como “investimento de impacto”, “Web3”, “DAOs”, entre outros, estão entre os temas abordados.
Join Stef Bonesteel, the SVP of Marketing for Citizens Bank, as we discuss the podcast/videocast that Citizens produces for their bank customers. Learn how they feel that this communication channel supplements other marketing efforts to reach a segment of their bank customers. A Mind for Money PodcastBankTalkPodcast.comRemedyconsult.net
Die Sommerrally am Aktienmarkt wurde ausgebremst. Der Paradigmenwechsel der vergangenen neun Monate ist omnipräsent. Anleger investieren zwar immer noch in Wachstumswerte, die dahinterstehenden Unternehmen müssen jedoch vorwiegend profitabel sein. Die veränderte Gewichtung sei auch bei BIT Capital spürbar. Diese Entwicklung lässt vermuten, dass zukünftig harte Finanzierungsrunden auf junge Unternehmen zukommen werden. Doch es gibt auch Positivbeispiele. Beckers hebt vor allem einige hochprofitable chinesische FinTechs mit stabilen Gewinnen hervor, welche sich im Portfolio gut geschlagen hätten. In dieser Folge spricht Beckers mit Florian Adomeit über das brasilianische FinTech NuBank, die aktuelle Bewertung von Meta, sowie die Social Media App BeReal.
Available on Spotify, Apple, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts!Timestamps:Intro‘Fin-techionary' of the Week: Point of Sale(1.11)News (2.05)Interview with Giorgio Giuliani about their experience and current work at Opareta (4.47)Quick Fire Questions with Giorgio Giuliani(32.20)Signals: Rent is Rising – The Rent-A-Charter Model Just Got More Expensive (39.04)Transcript:Hey FinTech friends. Hey FinTech friends. My name is Helen Femi Williams, and I'm your host of this new podcast. Hey FinTech friends!This podcast is brought to you by This Week in FinTech, which is on the front page of global FinTech news, fostering the largest FinTech community through newsletters, thought leadership, and events. Oh, and now podcasting.So let's talk about the structure of this podcast.First, we're going to go through the news. And if you're a subscriber to this week in FinTech newsletter, you're in luck because this is the audio version.Then we're going to have a chat with this week's friend Giorgio Giuliani.And lastly, I'll tell you a little bit about the latest Signals article Rent is Rising – The Rent-A-Charter Model Just Got More Expensive by Trevor TanifumFin-techionaryThis weeks, ‘fintechtionary', which is our dictionary definition of a fintechy word is:Point of Sale According to Investopedia, Point of sale (POS), refers to the place where a customer executes the payment for goods or services and where sales taxes may become payable. It can be in a physical store, where POS terminals and systems are used to process card payments, or a virtual sales point such as a computer or mobile electronic device.Depending on the software features, retailers can track pricing accuracy, inventory changes, gross revenue, and sales patterns. Using integrated technology to track data helps retailers catch discrepancies in pricing or cash flow that could lead to profit loss or interrupt sales. POS systems that monitor inventory and buying trends can help retailers avoid customer service issues, such as out-of-stock sales, and tailor purchasing and marketing to consumer behavior.But first this week in Fintech
Sie kennen das Innenleben der deutschen Finanz-Branche gut: Kevin Voß und Oliver Hauser haben die Betriebsratsgründungen bei Unternehmen wie Wirecard, N26 oder Sumup begleitet. Seit Jahren versuchen die beiden, die Dienstleistungsgewerkschaft Verdi in der deutschen Tech-Branche zu verankern. Über die Arbeitsbedingungen bei Fintechs und die ersten Erfolge der mittlerweile etablierten Betriebräte sprechen Hauser und Voß im Podcast.
In dieser Folge des Digital Insurance Podcast spreche ich darüber, inwiefern Agilität dabei hilft, aus dem digitalen Wandel als Gewinner hervorzugehen. Die Revolution der Finanzbranche durch FinTechs ist ausgeblieben. N26 kann sich in Sachen Anzahl der Kunden und Umsätze nicht mit der Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe messen. Warum sollte das im Bereich der Versicherer anders sein? Die Frage ist differenzierter zu betrachten. Vielmehr geht es darum, zu verstehen, welche Arten von Versicherungen sich am Markt behaupten werden. Große Konzerne mit einem stark fokussierten Portfolio sind selten. Genauso verhält es sich mit kleinen Unternehmen, die ein breites Angebot offerieren. Am Besten funktioniert die Kombination groß mit breitem Angebot sowie klein mit Nischenprodukten. Warum können bestimmte Akteure den digitalen Wandel für sich nutzbringend einsetzen? Zur Beantwortung sind vier Aspekte zu nennen: Customer Centricity, Daten, Automation und Agilität. In diesem Teil des Podcasts soll es um Agilität gehen. Um herauszufinden, ob eine Organisation bereits agil ist, wird gern eine Vielzahl unterschiedlicher Indikatoren herangezogen: Anzahl der Groups, Tribes und Gilden. Bildet man die agile Reife auf der X-Achse, und wie viel über Agilität im Unternehmen gesprochen wird, auf der Y-Achse ab, entsteht eine Kurve in Bergform. Je agiler, desto mehr wird über das Thema gesprochen. Ab einem bestimmten Punkt nimmt die Kommunikation wieder ab, da alle Prinzipien bereits verinnerlicht wurden. Oft gewinne ich den Eindruck, Unternehmen halten sich für agil, wenn sie das entsprechende Vokabular verwenden. Habe ich schon einen “Product Owner”? Statt bereits existierenden Abteilungen und Funktionen einen neuen Namen zu geben, gilt es das Ganze in die Praxis umzusetzen. Klar ist aber auch: Agilität ist kein Allheilmittel. Das klassische Projektmanagement hat seine Daseinsberechtigung. Insbesondere dann, wenn ich weiß, wann ich wohin will und wie ich dahin komme. Gibt es Unwägbarkeiten auf dem Weg, macht eine agile Aufstellung Sinn. Wahre Agilität existiert nicht, wenn ich meine Prozesse umbenannt habe. Vielmehr geht es darum, mit dem Herzen dem Kunden zu helfen und ihm einen Nutzwert bereitstellen zu wollen. Ich muss meine Zielgruppe kennen und verstehen. Das Hinterfragen eigener Prozesse und die kontinuierliche Evaluierung der eigenen Arbeit ist von unabdingbarer Wichtigkeit. Genauso, wie eine adäquate Fehlerkultur, die Fehler als Chance zum Lernen sieht und nicht zu einer Verurteilung führt. Links in dieser Ausgabe Zur Homepage von Jonas Piela Zum LinkedIn-Profil von Jonas Piela Über diesen Podcast Folgt uns auf LinkedIn für mehr Podcast-Updates Zur Podcast-Website Wir suchen immer nach neuen und spannenden Gesprächspartnern. Meldet euch bei Susan.
In the first episode of the MENA (the Middle East & North Africa) Series, Dorra Mahbouli, VP of Corporate Strategy at Zitouna Finance, spoke to Amel Saidane, CEO and co-founder of BetaCube, Tunisian Tech venture builder, about FinTechs enabling the economy and scaling start-ups in the region.Here is what they talked about: Initially, Dorra started the conversation with some insights and background from Amel's experiences and why Tunisia specifically is a potential hub of talents and an excellent bridge for the African market Among other topics, Dorra and Amel discussed the opportunities that BetaCube venture building hub is suggesting to start-ups, VCs, and corporate partners in Tunisia and abroad Amel argues that FinTech is an essential enabler of the economy in general and would be a starter for investing in other fields such as mobility, logistics, and education to create jobs and opportunities Finally, they concluded the conversation with some insights into the future of Betcube and how they would be scaling it for a sustainable impact on the region Further reading on the Tunisian FinTech scene
Fintech is one of the fastest growing industries on the globe today. In this episode, we take a look at the projected growth of Fintech through the perspective of crypto to real-time payment systems. Shamir Karkal, Co-founder and CEO at Sila and Cara Hayward, Director of Strategic Partnerships, North America at Currencycloud, both see the bright future of the Fintech industry as it expands with crypto-currency to real-time payment systems. Join us as we discuss: Biggest trend in Fintech is growth Staying power of Fintech Global movement to real-time payment systems The crypto ecosystem To ensure that you never miss an episode of Payments Innovation, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here, and don't forget to check out our YouTube! Until next time!
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We've got an absolutely jam-packed Fintech News for you today. It's Intersekt week and the excitement is building for Australia's premiere Fintech Event.In this special extended show, we give an exclusive glimpse into the UK Fintech delegation organised by UK Department of International Trade.We also chat to Fintech Australia's Rehan D'Almeida for a rundown on what to expect. If you can't make it to Intersekt we'll be covering events and bringing daily show's this week, so if you are new to Fintech Chatter make sure to follow us on your podcast player.Tier One People has worked closely with UK DIT since 2018 as part of the Aus/UK Fintech bridge. The programme has supported over 100 Fintechs expand internationally. Dexter Cousins got to spend day one with the delegation to share insights and connect with some of the UK's up-and-coming Fintech companies.In this episode Dexter chats to:Louise Cantillon from UK DIT on the Fintech Delegation - To enquire about support from UK DIT you can reach out to Elisa.Henderson@fcdo.gov.uk or Steven.Walker2@fcdo.gov.uk Nick Briscoe from Currency Cloud talks about their Australian launch Joe Roche from Fintech North who gives an insight on the UK Fintech scene outside of London We've also got a host of interviews from some of the UK delegates including Fintechs focusing on ESG, AI, Payments and Business Lending:Charlie Rainbird - FeaturespaceDaniel Layne - QV SystemsEleanor Metcalf - TredMatthew Rankine - TumeloRobbie MacDiarmid - CMSPIIan Clark - InvevoThanks for tuning in today, remember if you are new to the show hit follow and please leave us a review. It really helps us promote the Australian ecosystem to a global audience.If you're coming back, thanks so much for your support - It really does mean a lot to us.If you want to connect with Dexter reach out on LinkedIn and Twitter And if you have any news you want us to feature contact firstname.lastname@example.orgFintech Chatter is presented by Tier One People, leaders in Fintech Executive SearchWe'll help you build a world-class Fintech venture by connecting you to world-class talent.You can find out more tieronepeople.comTier One People Leaders in Fintech Executive Search and RecruitmentFintech Chatter TV Watch us on Youtube
Dans cet épisode, nous nous asseyons avec Ludovic Laborde , Co-Fondateur et CEO d'Eloa. Eloa , "Avec eCrédits, évoluez au sein de la seule plateforme de financements regroupant l'ensemble des tâches qui définissent votre activité de courtier." Ludovic Laborde discute tout sur la Fintech, Les réalités de la réglementation et du monopole bancaire en France pour les FinTechs , Comment Eloa parvient à aller au-delà de ces réalités, la particularité de la solution financière proposée par Eloa. Ludovic nous parle egalement des stratégies de commercialisation qu'une entreprise qui fournit des services tels qu'Eloa peut mettre en place. Le site Web de TalentintheCloud : https://talentinthecloud.io/Le LinkedIn de TalentintheCloud : https://www.linkedin.com/company/talentinthecloud/Le LinkedIn de Ludovic Laborde : https://www.linkedin.com/in/ludovic-laborde-a0090124/Le site Web d' Eloa : https://www.eloa.io/Le LinkedIn de John Salumu : https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-ramazani-salumu/
Tim Weickert, Managing Director, EOS Technology Solutions GmbH und Jörg Schweda, Managing Director, EOS Deutscher Inkasso-Dienst GmbH, sprechen über die digitale Transformation beim Fintech für Forderungsmanagement.
Joining us on today's episode is Ali Heron, CTO at Petal. Petal's aim is to bring financial innovation and opportunity for everyone. With the use of modern technology, they are building a new approach to credit and authentic financial inclusion, at their core, they lead with Product Design, Engineering and Analytics. This was a really fun episode as we spend a chunk of time also getting to know the woman behind the CTO title, as she shares great anecdotes along the way. Enjoy! Learn more about Petal (http://www.petalcard.com/) You can also learn more about Fintechs and Startups on AWS (https://aws.amazon.com/startups/ or https://aws.amazon.com/startups/FinTech/)
How can the UK Financial Conduct Authority be more data-driven and innovative and apply risk-based supervision as it works with its regulated populations? RUSI Associate Fellow Dr Noémi També joins CFCS's Kathryn Westmore to discuss her recent paper on Revolutionising Financial Supervision. Together, they identify the challenges that more technologically advanced institutions – such as FinTechs and challenger banks – face regarding supervision.
In den letzten Monaten wurde viel über mögliche Veränderungen in der FinTech Branche gesprochen, und es herrscht große Unsicherheit über die künftige Entwicklung des Sektors. Einige Unternehmen mussten ihre Bewertungen öffentlich korrigieren lassen, und Experten sind sich sicher, dass andere folgen werden. Doch was geschieht derzeit wirklich auf dem Markt? Was sind die Gründe für die Revision der Bewertungen großer FinTechs? Und was müssen Startups tun, um von Investoren finanziert zu werden? Gemeinsam mit Milena Rottensteiner, Leiterin des Sparkassen Innovation Hubs, und Samarth Shekhar, Regional Manager EMEIA bei SixThirty Ventures und Co-Founder des FinTech Forums, – beide Partner der EY Startup Academy – haben wir eine englischsprachige Folge aufgezeichnet. Wenn du als Startup-Gründer auf der Suche nach einer Finanzierung bist, dann bewerbe Dich jetzt für die EY Startup Academy! Melde dich bis zum 31. August an: https://startup.ey.com/de/academy/anmeldung Moderation: Christopher Schmitz, Partner und EMEIA FSO FinTech Leader, und Dr. Francesco Pisani, Manager Strategy & Transactions. Ihr habt Fragen oder Anmerkungen? Meldet euch einfach bei uns per Mail unter email@example.com mit Feedback oder Vorschlägen für Themen oder Gäste. ****************** In the last months, there has been a lot of talk about possible shifts in the FinTech sector and a lot of uncertainty with regards to the future development of the sector. Companies had to publicly review their valuations and experts are certain that others will follow. But what is really happening in the market right now? What are the reasons for the revisions of valuations of big FinTechs? And what do startups have to do to gain funding by investors? Together with Milena Rottensteiner, Head of Sparkassen Innovation Hub, and Samarth Shekhar, Regional Manager EMEIA at SixThirty Ventures and Co-Founder of FinTech Forum, – who are both partners of the EY Startup Academy – we recorded an English-speaking episode. If you are a startup looking for funding, then apply for the EY Startup Academy 2022! Register until August 31: https://startup.ey.com/en/academy/registration Moderator: Christopher Schmitz, Partner and EMEIA FSO FinTech Leader, and Dr. Francesco Pisani, Manager Strategy & Transactions Do you have any questions or comments? Just contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback or suggestions for topics or guests.
We've been featuring some of the incredible talent in South Africa working on the bleeding edge of machine learning, artificial intelligence, natural language processing and the convergence of many of the technologies of the future that are going to drive growth. And I'm really looking forward to today's guests, one of whom is even taking it into the realm of state capture, while the other services companies like fintech providers at the forefront of the open-banking movement in South Africa. To talk about this Michael Avery is joined by Dries Cronje, Founder of Deep Learning Café & DocInsights; Marom Mishan, Director at Elucidate AI & Johan Steyn, Founder: AIforBusiness.net.
Welcome to your latest Fintech News round-up. Tune in to hear Stuart Low, Founder & CEO of Biza.io chat to Dexter about their latest investment round.The home lending space continues to provide growth opportunities for emerging Fintechs with the announcement of 2 partnerships this week between Sherlok & AFG and, Effi & AD Group.As Crypto regulation draws nearer the Albanese government announced their intent to begin the process of Token mapping.Regulation of crypto is a message echoed by the UN for developing nations. Mastercard has partnered with Ebonex to allow purchases in crypto.Crypto.com partners with Datamesh to enable the purchase of fuel with crypto.Shopify is the latest to venture into the lending space with the launch of Shopify Capital in Australia.Bank of Queensland has now gone live on the Temenos Banking Cloud.Swyftx has had a 21% staff reduction as tough economic conditions take their toll. Ben Lyons (Ex Prospa) has joined our friends at Cape as their new Chief Revenue Officer. Brian Collins announced his departure from Startup Bootcamp and his Director seat at Fintech Australia.Tickets for Intersekt festival, 7&8 Sept are now available. Got news you want to share? Email email@example.comFintech Chatter News is presented by Tier One People, leaders in Fintech executive search we help build world-class Fintech Ventures by connecting you with world-class talent.Contact usTier One People Leaders in Fintech Executive Search and RecruitmentFintech Chatter TV Watch us on Youtube
Fraudology is presented by https://seon.io/ (SEON). Frank McKenna, co-founder of Point Predictive & the author behind the popular blog "Frank on Fraud" is back to talk about a topic he thinks doesn't get as much attention as it should: Credit Washing. What is "credit washing" & why has it spiked in the US since 2018? Why is it so bad, and what companies/financial institutions does it impact most? What are some ripple effects into other industries caused by this practice? Why is the US Department of Justice starting to take this more seriously and crack down on the biggest offenders? (But is that enough?) Frank will break down this type of fraud that is impacting banks & Fintechs at an exorbitant amount, why this problem will continue to grow and impact most parties within a financial eco-system if it's not rectified soon. To read the article referenced in this episode: https://frankonfraud.com/fraud-trends/ftc-investigator-finds-suspect-credit-washing-pattern/ Fraudology is hosted by Karisse Hendrick, a fraud fighter with decades of experience advising hundreds of the biggest ecommerce companies in the world on fraud, chargebacks, and other forms of abuse impacting a company's bottom line. Connect with her on https://www.linkedin.com/in/karissehendrick/ (LinkedIn) She brings her experience, expertise, and extensive network of experts to this podcast semi weekly, on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Join us as Max Cook, the CEO of the Missouri Bankers Association, discusses the positive and negative effects of the Biden administration's ESG policy-Environmental, Social and Governance on community bankers. We include an interesting discussion on where Green Energy theory meets Green Energy reality. BankTalkPodcast.comRemedyconsult.net
In this in-depth podcast, Nedbank CEO Mike Brown tries (unsuccessfully) to hide irritation at the slow pace of SA's economic reform, but brightens up on the demand that's building for renewable energy investments. The country's longest-serving banking boss occupies a unique vantage point from which to share his insights on a variety of subjects - ranging from Nedbank's recent interim results including the 5% staff reduction and R10bn investment into digitisation; through to the danger of SA's potential greylisting and urgent need to regulate crypto currencies. He spoke to Alec Hogg of BizNews. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Audio from the August 12nd, 2022 installment of “Polygon Alpha” with Amit Gajalla - Founders of Stader Labs.LinkTree - https://linktr.ee/polygonalphapodcastPolygon Alpha Shorts - https://tinyurl.com/PolygonAlphaShortsYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/PolygonTVApple - Follow the show on Apple Podcast!Spotify - Follow the show on Spotify!RSS feed - https://api.substack.com/feed/podcast/863588.rssStader Labs & the MaticX token - The market capitalization of Proof-of-Stake (PoS) coins is at $325 billion (USD). - In comparison to Proof-of-Work (PoW), PoS has numerous advantages which position it to grow manifold. - Across PoS blockchains, the three main stakeholders face several challenges: 1. PoS networks face stake-centralization issues. 2. Delegators face complexity surrounding discovery and stake management. 3. Node Operators struggle to get the right visibility and delegations. - While solving the above challenges is paramount for the PoS ecosystems, there are several multi-billion dollar opportunities on top of staking in the short- to mid-term including: 1. L1 tokens safely staked and strategies like Launchpads, DeFi, etc. built with rewards. 2. Liquid staking and its associated DeFi possibilities. 3. Gaming powered by staking rewards. 4. Customized staking for Institutions, VCs, Crypto exchanges and Fintechs. - Stader is building the key staking middleware infrastructure layer for multiple PoS networks that will power the above staking-related opportunities while solving the key challenges. - We are taking an extremely modular approach to building our contracts so third parties can leverage our components to build several staking solutions on top of it. - In the short term, Stader is building native staking smart contracts across multiple chains including Terra, Solana, among others, and building an economic ecosystem to grow and develop solutions like YFI-style farming with rewards, launchpads, gaming with rewards, liquid staking solutions, and more. - In the long term, Stader is focused on unlocking the platform approach and nurturing third parties to develop several staking-related applications on top of Stader infrastructure.~~~~Thank you so much for watching the video, if you've not subscribed to the channel please do! We'll continue to bring new videos to you!Polygon offers scalable, affordable, secure and carbon-neutral web3 infrastructure built on Ethereum. Our products offer developers to create user-friendly applications #onPolygon with low transaction fees and without ever sacrificing securityHost: Justin Havins aka Crypto TexanAV Engineer: Aaron PettijohnIntro/Marketing Assets: RaulPolygon official channel: Website: polygon.technologyTwitter: twitter.com/0xPolygon Telegram Community: t.me/polygonofficial Telegram announcement: t.me/PolygonAnnouncements Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/0xPolygon/ Discord: discord.com/invite/polygonFacebook: www.facebook.com/0xPolygon.Technology/Polygon Alpha Podcast This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit polygonalpha.substack.com
On this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking to Travis Holoway, Co-Founder and CEO of SoLo Funds, and Rodney Williams Co-Founder and Chairman at Solo. SoLo has processed over 300,000 loans as one of the fastest-growing Fintech companies in the U.S. and is grounded by an impactful mission: to build a community that enables financial autonomy for all. Travis and Rodney share insights about SoLo's mission as well as decode the concept of Community Lending as a service. Learn more about SoLo Funds(www.solofunds.com) You can also learn more about Fintechs and Startups on AWS (https://aws.amazon.com/startups/ or https://aws.amazon.com/startups/FinTech/)
In der Rubrik “Investments & Exits” begrüßen wir heute Jan Miczaika, Partner bei HV Capital. Jan hat heute gleich fünf Themen analysiert. Hauptthema ist die Finanzierungsrunde in das vom WeWork Founder Adam Neumann gegründete Startup Flow. Weitere Themen sind die Expansion von Scalable Capital, die niedrige Umsatzprognose von Home24, die gestiegene Aktie von Delivery Hero und die Entlassung von Mitarbeitenden bei Chronext. Laut einer im Unternehmen beschäftigen Person hat der WeWork Gründer Adam Neumann von der Risikokapitalfirma Andreessen Horowitz für sein neues Unternehmen Flow 350 Millionen US-Dollar zugesagt bekommen. Die New York Times berichtete zuerst über die größte einzelne Finanzierungsrunde in der Geschichte. Die Mission des Startups ist es, die Wohnungskrise in den USA zu lösen, indem es unter anderem gemeinschaftsorientierte Dienstleistungen in Wohnimmobilien anbietet. Der digitale Vermögensverwalter Scalable Capital hat beim Kundenvermögen die Marke von zehn Milliarden Euro geknackt und gehört damit europaweit zu den größten Fintechs. Nun will das Unternehmen ohne Finanzierungsrunde in ein bis zwei weitere europäische Länder expandieren. Scalable Capital wurde 2014 von Erik Podzuweit, Florian Prucker, Adam French und Prof. Dr. Stefan Mittnik gegründet. Der Online-Möbelhändler Home24 hat mit Verweis auf die hohe Inflation, gesunkene Verbraucherstimmung und den Ukraine-Krieg seine Umsatzerwartungen deutlich zurückgeschraubt. Im laufenden Jahr könnten die Erlöse um bis zu sieben Prozent einbrechen und im besten Fall noch um drei Prozent zulegen. Im Juni 2009 gründeten Philipp Kreibohm und Felix Jahn das Unternehmen unter dem Namen FP Commerce. Die Aktie des Essenslieferdiensts Delivery Hero steigt weiter an. Das Kerngeschäft des Unternehmens soll trotz kritischen Lebensmittel-Liefermarkts bis Ende des Jahres schwarze Zahlen schreiben. Im laufenden dritten Quartal will Delivery Hero den Angaben zufolge den Bruttowarenwert (GMV) um knapp elf Prozent auf 10,6 Milliarden Euro steigern. Das Uhren-Startup Chronext muss ein Viertel seiner Mitarbeitenden entlassen. Grund dafür ist der teilweise über 20 Prozent eingefallene Markt von Luxusuhren sowie sinkende Kurse an den Börsen und bei Kryptowährungen. Auf der Plattform von Chronext werden neue sowie gebrauchte Luxusuhren angeboten.
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The following was produced by Tearsheet Studios. We worked with payments provider Fiserv to create a podcast series about open finance and the work of empowering fintechs, brands, and FIs to collaborate and innovate together. In our second conversation in the series, we're speaking with Frank Sanchez, vice chairman of Fiserv, and co-founder of Finxact. We talk about the promise and challenges with next generation cores, how fintechs are leveraging them in pushing open finance forward, what sets them apart from legacy banking cores, and what innovations we can anticipate in the near future.
In this episode, we sit down with Lexi Novitske, General Partner at Norrsken22. Norrsken22 is a technology growth fund, partnering with exceptional entrepreneurs to build Africa's next tech giants. Lexi discusses all things FinTech, common mistakes made by FinTechs who seek funding, and what investors look out for in a business.TalentintheCloud's Website: https://talentinthecloud.io/TalentintheCloud's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/talentinthecloud/Lexi Novitske's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lexi-novitske-cfa-a5054a4/Norrsken22's Website: http://www.norrsken22.com/Stacey Japhta's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/staceyjaphta/
Subscribe to Batting 1,000 (and refer your friends for free swag) https://dalevermillion.com/b1k/subscribe (here). In the era of Fintech disruption, it's no longer unusual to see non-mortgage tech gurus parachute into the space with a vision to revolutionize mortgage lending. What is increasingly unusual though is for one of those gurus to build something that actually works. As other Fintechs struggle to make ends meet in a contracting market, Alex Kutsishin and Sales Boomerang remain not just one of the fastest growing companies in the space, but across the entire corporate landscape. Included in lists compiled by the likes of Inc. Magazine, Deloitte, and HousingWire, Sales Boomerang's exponential growth seems poised to reach an astronomical level as they link arms with Mortgage Coach and form a new parent company positioned to steal even greater marketshare. In this episode of Batting 1,000, Dale and Alex discuss Sales Boomerang's meteoric rise, their latest developments, and the simple but effective talk tracks they and Dale are teaching Sales Boomerang and Mortgage Coach clients to win in this climate. Connect with Alex Kutsishinhttps://linkedin.com/in/salesboomerang (Connect with Alex on LinkedIn) https://salesboomerang.com/ (Explore Sales Boomerang's tools) Connect with Dale Vermillionhttps://linktr.ee/dalevermillion (https://linktr.ee/dalevermillion) Find this conversation valuable? Consider leaving a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Every review helps us reach more professionals like you. Mentioned in this episode: Relive Season 1 of Batting 1,000 If you missed some of the season—don't worry! We'll be sharing highlights from these conversations and others during our upcoming Season 1 Replay, where we'll listen to and dissect our favorite moments from all of Season 1, before we enjoy a brief off-season ahead of Season 2. Speaking of which, we need your help to build our line-up.
Join Scott Hildenbrand of Piper Sandler as we discuss the impact that a changing rate environment is having on your balance sheet and your customers' lives. We discuss specific changes and some things you might do to mitigate the risk. BankTalkPodcast.comRemedyconsult.net
O papo do quarteto começou com uma reflexão sobre qual é a responsabilidade do Venture Capital quando a investida dá errado. Nas últimas semanas, duas fintechs validadas por grandes placas do VC quebraram -- a Hash e a Virtus. Eles saíram deste tema para outro: em alguma hipótese o ghosting é válido? A pergunta do ouvinte foi sobre FII de tijolo. No quadro Tudo Nosso X Nada deles: telemedicina X ir no consultório; MAC X PC; whey x creatina. Pra encerrar, dicas culturais.- Filme Eduardo e Mônica, no GloboPlay - Disco Dois, do Legião Urbana- Série The Office, episódio sobre budget- Podcast De Carona na Carreira, episódio com Leila Velez- Filme Taxi Driver, na Netlix- Jogo entre Corinthians e Flamengo pela Libertadores, de terça-feira (02/08)- Filme Lightyear, no Disney Plus- Livro Sabor, de Stanley Tucci- Podcast Café com tri, episódio com João Paulo Diniz- Instagram @victorpontes.photoart
Joining us on this episode is Alain Meier, Head of Identity at Plaid and Former CEO of Cognito, Cognito was recently acquired by Plaid in January of 2022. Plaid recently announced two new identity products at their forum held on May 19th. On this episode, Alain talks about some of the innovative trends in digital identity and how they will influence fintech today and in the future. And of course, we talk a bit about cloud and its role in their product development. Learn more about Plaid (https://plaid.com/) You can also learn more about Fintechs and Startups on AWS (https://aws.amazon.com/startups/ or https://aws.amazon.com/startups/FinTech/)
Joining us today is James Wallis, Vice President at Ripple. James, leads Central Bank Engagements and CBDCs at Ripple. On this episode, we unpack the difference between Cryptocurrencies and Central Bank Digital Currencies (Also known as CBDC). We also talk about Ripple's role in this space and some of the future trends in CBDC. When this podcast was recorded, Ripple announced Ripple CBDC Innovate, a hackathon to build or update a fintech or payments solution utilizing Ripple's CBDC Private Ledger. You will hear it referenced throughout the podcast. Learn more about Ripple (http://www.ripple.com/) You can also learn more about Fintechs and Startups on AWS (https://aws.amazon.com/startups/ or https://aws.amazon.com/startups/FinTech/)
Stocks snapping a two-day losing streak following stronger than expected economic data and earnings. But Canaccord's Tony Dwyer explains why he thinks the summer rally is about to cool off. Carlyle Group Co-Founder David Rubenstein says he doesn't see a recession in the near term and discusses the outlook for dealmaking in this environment. Mizuho's Dan Dolev weighs in on the big rally in Fintechs today and whether investors should be buying these stocks after big year-to-date declines. And KKR's Paula Campbell Roberts says she now expects a slowdown in spending by high-income spending, but she unveils which retail stocks she thinks will be able to buck that trend.
Fraudology is presented by https://seon.io/ (SEON). The tech world is feeling the uncertainty of an economic downturn, months of supply chain issues, and almost daily reminders of the reality of lay-offs. One way that Fraud, Risk, and Trust & Safety Teams can support their company and demonstrate their commitment to being aligned with company goals is to identify ways to cut costs and/or recover revenue. Fraudology welcomes back popular guest Gil Rosenthal to discuss his top three strategies for Risk teams of Fintechs & Financial Institutions to cut costs, increase efficiencies, and recover revenue. Similarly, Karisse shares her top three tips for e-commerce & marketplace companies to identify areas of opportunity to cut costs, increase efficiencies, and recover revenue. All 6 creative suggestions are complimentary to each other, have been proven effective for their respective clients, and can lead to changing the perception of these departments from a cost center to "revenue protection & recovery". To connect with Gil on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gil-rosenthal/ To hear Gil on previous Fraudology episodes, listen to episodes #50 & #52 from January 2022, as well as episode #96 from May 2022. Fraudology is hosted by Karisse Hendrick, a fraud fighter with decades of experience advising hundreds of the biggest ecommerce companies in the world on fraud, chargebacks, and other forms of abuse impacting a company's bottom line. Connect with her on https://www.linkedin.com/in/karissehendrick/ (LinkedIn) She brings her experience, expertise, and extensive network of experts to this podcast semi weekly, on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
With all eyes on the US Federal Reserve and on the consequences of their action on interest rates this week, the Conversation is packed with timely topics—from the Fed's campaign to tame inflation to the new world of investing after a period of easy money. "The pressure now on the Fed to ease off is enormous," says DICK BOVE, chief financial strategist at ODEON CAPITAL GROUP, referring to the Fed's interest rate campaign to tamp down white-hot inflation. This pressure is coming from many sides. From Wall Street to Congress, the Fed is taking it on the chin, as the pressure mounts on the Fed to conclude its interest rate campaign—and then start cutting rates! "When the Fed will cut is now being speculated upon," says BOVE. On another front—this time, the shrinking of its enormous balance sheet—MAT VAN ALSTYNE, ODEON co-founder and managing partner, suggests the Fed might be "playing games" to give the appearance the financial system is in better shape that it is in reality. The CONVERSATION travels the globe, taking a look at Ukraine and the manifestations of war. Journalist, JOHN AIDAN BYRNE, notes the hammer blow inflicted on Europe with Russia expected to reduce the Nord Stream flow of gas to Europe to about 20 percent of the pipe's capacity. As the CONVERSATION picks up on the war in Ukraine, BYRNE says that war by nature is brutal, tragic, never exactly predictable in outcome nor comparable to a game of chess. BOVE makes his case for why he sees Russia in the vanguard today in Ukraine. Wrapping up the Conversation, the episode looks back at forecasts by BOVE in the past 48 months and for his outlook on his same announcements