696. Focus: Can Open Finance ever be truly global?
David M. Brear is joined by Visa's Dan Roesbery - as well as guests from Wise and MX - for the inaugural episode of Fintech Insider Focus!
Our expert hosts, David M. Bear, is joined by some great guests to get deep-dive into the question: "Can Open Finance ever be truly global?"
In this new strand of Fintech Insider, in association with Visa, we’re taking a burning question from financial services across the globe - and really putting it under the microscope with explainers, expert panels, and in-depth interviews all to bring the global community into focus.
In this episode, we set the scene on the journey from Open Banking to Open Finance to date, then our panel break down the challenges and opportunities for a truly global system.
This week's guests include:
- Dan Roesbery, Global Fintech Partnerships Lead, Visa
- Andrew Norman, Senior Engineer Lead for UK and Europe, Wise
- Matt West, Vice President Strategic Accounts & New Markets, MX
This episode is sponsored by Visa
Visa’s Fintech Fast Track program is streamlining the onboarding process for fintechs – enabling them to gain access to Visa’s powerful capabilities and network. Visa and their enablement partners help fintechs launch and scale cards, virtual credentials, and disbursement programs. To learn more visit, partner.visa.com
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Special Guests: Andrew Norman, Dan Roesbery, and Matt West.