212. News: Debutantes and Diversity
In this week's news episode, Ross Gallagher and Sarah Kocianski are joined by guests, Sameer Gulati from Innovate Finance, Kathryn Harris from Lloyds, and James Hurley from The Times.
Ross and Sarah sit down with Sameer Gulati, Head of Policy and Regulation at Innovate Finance, Kathryn Harris, Innovation Lead at Lloyds, and James Hurley, Enterprise Editor at The Times.
Ross takes the panel through the latest weird and wonderful stories from the fintech world, including: the number of fintechs set to double by 2030, Monese reach the Holy Grail of finance, and Australia's data falls off the back of a truck. All this and so much more on today's episode of Fintech Inisider!
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Special Guests: James Hurley, Kathryn Harris, and Sameer Gulati.
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