December 27, 2018
December 27, 2018
December 13, 2018
Host JP Nicols and Chloé James host Bonnie McGeer and Penny Crosman from Source Media, talking American Banker’s new Women In Banking: Next program, joined by Enid Jean-Claude, a mentee featured in American Banker’s 2018 Most Powerful Women in Banking issue, Then, we’re joined Mike Quindazzi, PwC, sharing insights on top fintech and regtech trends to watch for in 2019.
November 15, 2018
Jason Henrichs hosts Eric Byunn and Tom Davis, partners at Centana Growth Partners, discussing the increasingly blurry line between incumbents and insurgents in fintech and financial services. Then, JP Nicols chats with Naveed Anwar, Head of Strategic Partnerships/Integrations and Developer Community at Capital One.
November 8, 2018
Lauren Amarante, co-founder of World Entrepreneurship Day, said: “You could have a million ideas, but they’re all worthless if you don’t get them done.”
Today’s show features banks that are getting it done. Jill Castilla, CEO of Citizens Bank of Edmond and John Epperson, Global Regulatory & Compliance Solution Leader at Crowe, share why compliance shouldn’t be your blocker.
Co-hosts Jason Henrichs and JP Nicols will also share details on the public launch of the Alloy Labs Alliance, a consortium based approach to innovation.
Then, in the second half, Andrew Nash head of Digital Identity for Capital One joins us for Part 3/4 of our #InvestedInTech series, sponsored by Capital One.
November 1, 2018
Who is @DeepLearn007? We reveal the real identity behind this mysterious Twitter account as Brett King hosts Spiros Margaris and Jim Marous (back with a NEW Digital Banking Report). Then, JP Nicols hosts Ken Dodelin as they discuss Capital One’s conversational AI program.
October 25, 2018
This week, we tour Sydney, Australia and Las Vegas, USA with the Fintech Mafia and the extended FinTech family. Out at SIBOS, Brett King hosts Joe Lubin, co-Founder of Ethereum and Consensys, Gottfried Leibbrandt, CEO of SWIFT, and Uday Goyal from APIS. Then, from Money 20/20 in Las Vegas, JP Nicols hosts Tom Poole, Capital One’s VP of Payments, Identity and Capital One Labs.
October 18, 2018
Brett King and JP Nicols host Shamir Karkal (ex Simple/BBVA), talking his new startup. We preview the big Fintech conferences happening around the world this month and we deep dive with Kevin Johnson from Innotribe on the 8,000 people expected at Sibos in Sydney next week. Then, we’re joined by Duena Blomstrom and Katie King (Miss Metaverse) on their upcoming Future of Work panel at Sibos.
October 11, 2018
How is the future of fintech being funded? Hosts JP Nicols and Jason Henrichs talk about corporate venture capital and strategic investing, then Jason continues the conversation with VCs Kat Utecht and Matt Harris as we explore the differences between investing in “workhorses” vs. “unicorns.”
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August 9, 2018
By popular demand, we continue last week’s robust debate over the seismic regulatory shifts potentially created by a national fintech charter. This week, the aftershocks roll in as hosts JP Nicols and Jason Henrichs hear diverse perspectives from Dave Birch from the U.K. and from U.S. attorney Dara Tarkowski.
August 2, 2018
The debate (and lawsuits) over a national fintech charter and regulatory sandboxes has been raging for years. This week the OCC announced a path for non-banks to receive charters, a plan that was endorsed by Treasury. Ron Shevlin, Jim Marous, Jackson Mueller from Milken Institute and host Jason Henrichs break down what that means for banks, fintechs and the customers they serve . In the 2nd half, co-host JP Nicols and BAI CEO Debbie Bianucci give a preview of the BAI Global Innovation Awards taking place in October at BAI’s Beacon conference.
For the first time in BAI Global Innovation Awards history, BAI is inviting you to cast your vote for the 2018 People’s Choice Award!
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