515. Insights: How can Payroll APIs reimagine credit?

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515. Insights: How can Payroll APIs reimagine credit?

Simon Taylor is joined by some great guests to talk about payroll APIs. New emerging platforms give fintechs access to more data, and this data can be used to give some control back to the customer. But how does it work, who is it for and what capabilities does this actually open up?

Our expert host Simon Taylor is joined by a panel of great guests to talk about payroll APIs. Fintech enablers and infrastructure has been one of the most important catalysts for recent growth in the financial services. In recent months we’ve seen new platforms pop up that give fintechs access to more data, using payroll APIs. But what is it, how does it work and what problems does it really solve?

This week's guests include:

  • Kurt Lin, Co-Founder & CEO of Pinwheel
  • Ahmed Siddiqui, VP Product, Branch
  • Katie Neal, Outreach and advocacy manager, Plaid

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Special Guests: Ahmed Siddiqui, Katie Neal, and Kurt Lin.