Introducing: Finovate Podcast

Host Jason Henrichs​ and co-host Dara Tarkowski discuss the rise of podcasting in the fintech community. Brian Solis​, joins to share insights from his new book LifeScale: How To Live a More Creative, Productive, and Happy Life. In the second half, Finovate’s Greg Palmer​ gives us a preview of the upcoming #FinovateFall conference, coming to NYC September 23-26. Plus, we close today’s show with our exclusive premiere of the all-new Finovate Podcast, produced in association with Provoke Media!

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Hierarchy of Threats

Brett King hosts Bill Nelson, CEO of the Global Resilience Federation (GRF) and Bryan Sartin, Executive Director, Global Security Services at Verizon, talking cybersecurity and the hierarchy of threats that exists in the financial services landscape. Plus, we share a flashback from our 2017 interview with Boris Johnson, currently running for Prime Minister in the UK, sharing what really makes London the financial capital of the world.


Facebook Bets on Libra

Brett King and Chloé James host an all star cast on to the show to discuss the launch of Facebook’s new crypto Libra, a financial inclusion app and blockchain (sort of) with Brian Roemmele, early Bitcoin and VoiceFirst evangelist, returns along with Brian Solis (bestselling author of LifeScale), Sankar Krishnan (Capgemini’s EVP for Banking and Capital Markets), regular contributor John Best (Best Innovation Group), author of Breaking Digital Gridlock, and Anna Irrera (Fintech Correspondent and Financial Companies Team Leader at Reuters).


Honest Digital Transformation

Brett King and Jason Henrichs host USAA‘s Neff Hudson and IBM‘s Global Fintech lead Paolo Sironi, talking the end of Chase’s Finn, Digital Transformation, and how financial transparency and economics are changing in the digital era, starting with global economic uncertainty that has stimulated movements like Brexit and Trump. Will Adam Smith economics survive? What does it mean for banking?


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