Breaking Banks: Marc Hochstein

Marc Hochstein

Editor in Chief, American Banker

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Marc Hochstein became the Editor in Chief of American Banker in July 2014. He joined the publication in 1998 as a reporter covering mortgages and has steadily added responsibility over the years. At one time or another he has overseen American Banker's coverage of consumer finance, payments, and community banking; the vibrant opinion blog BankThink; the wildly popular Morning Scan newsletter; and the reinvigoration of SourceMedia's mortgage publications. Marc was responsible for some of the earliest serious coverage of Bitcoin anywhere and chaired SourceMedia's successful Digital Currencies + the Blockchain conferences in July 2014 and July 2015.Check out more of Marc's writing at http://www.americanbanker.com/authors/34.html

EPISODE # 175

Dec 30, 2016

Fintech: Success Now and in the Future

Today is the producer's cut of two interviews that are all about the good that fintech can do, both now and what might be possible in the future. First, we… LEARN MORE

EPISODE # 171

Dec 02, 2016

Fintech Innovation brings Hope!

Today, Sam Maule hosts a show about all the hopeful changes and possibilities in fintech today. First, we talk to Charley Cooper and Richard Gendal Brown about all the incredible… LEARN MORE

EPISODE # 166

Oct 21, 2016

Fintech: Building from Microfinance to Core Banking

Today, Brett hosts American Banker Editor-in-Chief Marc Hochstein to talk about the news and events around Wells Fargo. And Dazza Greenwood from MIT and Tommy Leander, Leg. Assistant for Congressman… LEARN MORE

EPISODE # 99

Jun 11, 2015

To Be Banked or Unbanked?

It is difficult to build wealth without access to the financial system, but banking services have often been too expensive for the poor. As the saying goes- it is expensive… LEARN MORE

EPISODE # 6

Jun 06, 2013

Is Bitcoin the Beginning of the End of Cash?

For more than 2,000 years commerce has been conducted on the basis of cash, hard cold currency. Today, however, 90% of global transactions are done electronically, and while cash use… LEARN MORE

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