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Lina Andolf Orup

Lina Andolf Orup

Product Marketing Director at Fingerprint Cards AB
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Bio I am passionate about combining market and customer insight with technology solutions to help shape payments of the future. Secure convenience. Career History Over 15 years experience of the global mobile devices and digital service industries, both from large Fortune 500 companies and smaller start-ups.



Visions become Realities: Money 2020 USA and the return to the present

06 Nov 2018

As a Money 20/20 series regular, arriving at this year’s show in the ever-buzzing Las Vegas, I prepared myself for four days packed with futuristic visions and startling concepts for how we might be paying in fifty years’ time. Bizarrely refreshingly, however, was the return to the near future. Or, rather, the realization that those topics once co...


The Women Shaping Payments in 2030

25 Oct 2018

Last week, I was delighted to sit on a panel session at this year’s European Women Payments Network in Amsterdam. The annual conference brought together more than 250 women for two days of interactive panels, networking and plenary sessions. Its aim? To promote diversity in payments and Fintech, debate the hot topics, and celebrate the women pushi...


The Financial Services community just got serious about identity

13 Jun 2018

I find myself sitting in Schiphol Airport, trying to switch off. But I can’t. As with everyone that went to Money 20/20 Europe, I’m exhausted. But I leave the show excited by the progress the payments community has made in the last year, my head still buzzing with the evolution in the story we’ve seen on topics such as identity, privacy and securi...


Combating our love-hate relationship with contactless payments

09 May 2018

Contactless payments’ popularity is undeniable. Of the 3.5 billion payment cards produced annually, about half are now contactless. With new figures highlighting rapid adoption across Europe, contactless cards and payments have even been dubbed the continent’s ‘new normal’ way to pay and continued growth seems inevitable. This is also true in othe...