The baby boomer generation, the generation that created modern technology as we know it. Baby boomers are getting ready for retirement and have a lot on their minds. The current...
Ismail Chaib and the Open Bank Project have been working on open APIs for banking since before the word “fintech” was even a thing.
Kris Hansen has a dual role that may be unique in financial services. He is Chief Technical Officer of both the Canadian challenger bank Koho and the early-stage fintech investor group Portag3 Ventures, also Canada-based.
Naveen Jain has been using his analytical chops to solve problems for credit unions for years. The number of credit unions may have shrunk by almost 20% in the last five years, but the industry is not exactly in crisis. The most progressive institutions,
MANTL provides a suite of products for banks and credit unions, but it's best known, COO Raj Patel says, for its account-opening software. MANTL can interface with any core and be up and running quickly to help financial institutions begin bringing in ...
Mimi Salcedo is cofounder and Chief Product Officer of Instnt, a tool for onboarding customers, including nontraditional customers. "I believe that technology mirrors the people that build it," says Salcedo.
"I think we probably overestimated the short-term impact of fintech," says David Rasson, who is the Center of Expertise Lead for ING's Innovation Center in Belgium and the Netherlands. "But we underestimate the long-term impact.
Pat Valentino describes her background in banking as “long and colorful” and she certainly has done just about everything there is to do in the space. She has worked for small banks, giant banks, regulatory agencies, technology vendors,
Matt Harris is often asked about the history of fintech, and rightly so -- as one of the earliest investors in the space, he witnessed its creation more than 20 years ago. He was drawn to its complexity, and to the possibilities for better use of data.
Chris Reid, executive Vice President, North America Services at Mastercard, caused quite a stir at Money20/20 in November when he dropped some sobering facts on stage. Mastercard, he said, is stopping 700,000 attacks every hour.