113. Financial Inclusion: Banking The Next Billion

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In this episode This week we had the pleasure of talking to some global thought leaders in the space of Financial […]

In this episode

This week we had the pleasure of talking to some global thought leaders in the space of Financial Inclusion.

This week we welcome onto the show Kosta Peric (@copernicc) who is the Deputy Director, Financial Services for the Poor at Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. We have Faith Reynolds who is a Member of the Financial Innovation Standing Committee CWG at ESMA. We have Jaz O’hara the founder at the World Wide Tribe (www.theworldwidetribe.com) and lastly we have Lynsey Barber (@lynseybarber) who is the Tech Reporter for City A.M.

We’ve a huge show for you chatting through some of the main issues surrounding Financial Inclusion.

News this week

  1. FT Banks are not making proper use of Fintech
  2. Finextra – ING to spend EUR800M on Digital and Shed 7,000 Jobs Link
  3. Reuters – Deutsche Bank in race to settle DoJ $14Bn Fine Link
  4. FT – Start-up WB21 Moves to Berlin but not all is as it seems Link
  5. Finextra – Banks ready for real world Blockchain Link
  6. PYMNTS – AliPay launching in three London Stores Link
  7. Techcrunch – Grow launches its App for Socially Responsible Investing Link
  8. The Memo -Moni Gives Financial Inclusion and dignity to European Migrants and refugees Link
  9. Euromoney FInancial Inclusion is changing the face of banking Link

Got a burning question or just want to shout of how much you’re loving whats in your ears right now? Contact us on Twitter @FinTechInsider or @11FSTeam, or email on FinTechInsider@11fs.co.uk

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