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Taking back control of European payments
Rajarshi Goswami

Rajarshi Goswami

  Fully agree that Open banking and instant payments complement each other. And this will bring forth new changes and innovative offerings in the payments market.
Encapsulating themes from the payments market
John Bertrand

John Bertrand

  What a great question and Marion's response was superb. Gave the interview great gavitas. Well done both 
Encapsulating themes from the payments market
A Finextra member

A Finextra member

  In my opinion it's just an awkwardly framed question. I agree that it's highly interesting and perfectly legitimate to ask about a interviewee's background and prior experience, and how it lead them to their current role. Asking how a specific set of skills were obtained - a question which in my experience is never asked of other interviewees by Finextra TV - suggests that this is a particularly extraordinary skillset which one might not reasonably expect the interviewee to have. It's in that sense that the question could be perceived to have sexist undertones, although I'm sure this wasn't intentional. In fact, given that this interview seems to have been sponsored by NatWest (presumably), they probably provided the questions and wanted to cast a most positive light on their senior executive.
Encapsulating themes from the payments market
A Finextra member

A Finextra member

  I think the leadership question is an excellent one if commonly used, and resulted in a fascinating response.  I would love to see this being asked of all interviewees, though I doubt it will adequately address the perception that privilege provides disproportionate opportunities for white upper-class males
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