Moven Forward

Brett King, JP Nicols and Jim Marous are joined by Theodora Lau and Spiros Margaris, talking Fintech 2020 and where the momentum we gained in 2018 is going to take us over the next couple of years. We’ll talk AI, Voice-tech, Spatial Computing, Blockchain and the general shape of the industry? Can we expect the same record levels of investment in FinTech that we’ve seen in 2018? Who is really leading globally when it comes to Fintech and the changes we’re likely to see over the next few years? In the second half of the show, JP interviews our very own Brett King (Founder and Executive Chairman) and Marek Forysiak (CEO) of Moven, giving us a long awaited update on their progress heading into 2019.

Closing the Gap Between Ideas and Results

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.


The Glue That Binds Us

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. 


Funding Fintech’s Future: Workhorses vs. Unicorns

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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Regulatory Aftershocks

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.


Seismic Regulatory Shifts

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.

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