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Paige McNamee

Paige McNamee

Senior Reporter at Finextra
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Bio Paige is a fintech reporter, specialising in payments and regulation. Career History Paige gained experience within fintech and start-ups before relocating to London to pursue journalism. Paige graduated from the University of Technology, Sydney, with a Bachelor of Laws, a Bachelor Communications in Journalism, and a Diploma of Languages (French).

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The Future of Digital Banking in the UK: Digitising to the core with agile fintech players

16 Aug 2022

This is an excerpt from Finextra’s report, 'The Future of Digital Banking in the UK 2022'. Beyond the recent Covid-19 pandemic, the world has found itself having to function in a context of rife with unpredictability, with climate change and global geopolitical events marking just the tip of the iceberg. On top of these pressures, the financial ...

The fintech sentiment: Fintech’s take on the BoE’s rate hike

05 Aug 2022

In the largest hike since 1997, the Bank of England this week raised interest rates by 50bp, to 1.75%. The central bank at the same time warned that a recession is expected to begin in late 2022, and last for five quarters. As the rate rise is spells drama for the entire economy, we’ve compiled the key observations and opinions of experts across th...

The Future of Payments 2022: Building operational resilience

10 Jun 2022

This is an excerpt from Finextra’s report, ‘The Future of Payments 2022: The Cutting Edge of Digital Payments.’ The Covid-19 pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are two highly relevant recent examples which underscore the need for greater operational resilience (OR) across financial services. Aimed at developing a far more resilient financial...

The Future of Digital Identity 2022: Data sovereignty and interoperability

24 May 2022

This is an excerpt from Finextra’s report, ‘The Future of Digital Identity 2022: Inclusive, secure, fit for purpose.’ Extensive discussion around who should be the guardian of digital identity solutions are well established, and sophisticated models outlining the strengths and pitfalls of multiple approaches are abundant. However, when it comes to ...