Videos
2017 will be the year of payments integration

2017 will be the year of payments integration

24 Nov 2016

Dean Henry, Director, Head of Global High Volume Payments, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, talks about the redirecting of fintech energy away from rivalry towards partnership, the challenges that globalisation presents for small, medium and large clients, the role of digital wallets to facilitate payments to parts of the world without robust traditional infrastructure, and how to tackle the proliferation of payments options now springing up.

Build innovation into organisational competencies

Build innovation into organisational competencies

24 Nov 2016

Amir Wain, Founder & CEO of i2c, talks about the challenges for financial institutions of the increasing pace of change, the need to innovate on an ongoing – not a one-off – basis, and the opportunity to go beyond cost-cutting and generate new revenues by integrating payments more deeply into the lives of customers.

Global SaaS platforms key to innovation for issuers

Global SaaS platforms key to innovation for issuers

24 Nov 2016

Lisa Fugate, Vice President Credit Processing, i2c, talks about the challenges legacy technology creates for issuers and how global software as a service platforms support creativity and the rapid roll-out of new programmes.

Neobanks are showing incumbents the way

Neobanks are showing incumbents the way

23 Nov 2016

Dr. Mircea Mihaescu, Chief Operating Officer at Moven, debunks the myth that new entrants will disrupt existing banks, discusses how incumbents will learn from and partner with innovative neobanks, and talks about the cultural challenges for established players of putting the focus on the customer, not the product or the transaction.

Designing for what comes after Alexa

Designing for what comes after Alexa

23 Nov 2016

Tom Poole, Managing VP, Mobile Commerce, Capital One, discusses the explosion of channels out to the customer, the need to think ahead about how to take services to where the customers are, and how the umbrella term of digital wallet will likely evolve to reflect the different approaches of banks, retailers and tech firms.

The big story of 2020 will be financial inclusion

The big story of 2020 will be financial inclusion

23 Nov 2016

Lee Vecchione, Director, Cash Management Corporates Sales, Deutsche Bank, discusses how an increasingly positive regulatory environment and banks’ embracing of the sector are driving US fintech growth, the excitement for cash managers about the intersection of fintech segments payments and marketplaces, and how the fintech scene will look by 2020.

Fintech not about tech but beautiful experience

Fintech not about tech but beautiful experience

22 Nov 2016

Braden More, Head of Payment Strategy at Wells Fargo, talks about the need for banks to lean into innovation, the rise of fintech in the deposit and investing products space, and why the time when fintech valuations cool and fintechs have to come back down to earth is the tipping point to make change happen.

Start-ups will help banks create the future

Start-ups will help banks create the future

22 Nov 2016

Andreas Lambropoulos, Head of Strategic Initiatives for BNP Paribas International Financial Services, talks about the bank’s evolving approach to working with fintech start-ups, his vision for partnership between banks and fintechs, and the need for any innovation initiative to create value for clients and for the bank.

Next wave of robo will be active

Next wave of robo will be active

22 Nov 2016

Jonathan Charley, Deputy General Manager, FS EMEA, SAP, talks about the drivers for the rise of robo advisors, how these businesses are likely to evolve, and how traditional wealth providers should be responding.

Fintech solving fundamental problem

Fintech solving fundamental problem

21 Nov 2016

Vikas Raj, Managing Director, Venture Lab, Accion, discusses innovations in emerging markets around the use of alternative and new data for credit scoring, and explores the role of fintechs in solving the ‘information asymmetry’ problem that leaves some 3 billion individuals and small businesses around the world without the financial services they need, by giving incumbent banks the data and infrastructure to serve these segments better.

Fintech influence on banks good for all of us

Fintech influence on banks good for all of us

21 Nov 2016

Steve Pierson, President of Lovell Minnick Partners, gives an investor’s view of fintech, talking about why advice, insurtech and outsourcing are hotter investment prospects than blockchain right now, the likely evolution of digital lending beyond consumer and how banks are set to learn from – and acquire – fintechs going forward.

Building real-time business case for smaller banks

Building real-time business case for smaller banks

21 Nov 2016

Leo Lipis, Managing Director of Lipis Advisors and Tom Hay, Head of Payments at Icon Solutions, discuss the findings of recent research into the challenges and opportunities for small and medium sized banks of connecting to instant payment systems, and explore options for smaller players to achieve their real-time goals via more cost-effective routes.