Celent’s consensus is that there are 600-800 InsurTech start-ups globally focusing on four main themes
I had the pleasure to be interviewed for the Australian Retail Banker by Chloe James: Other Articles include Alan Shields on Open Banking, Amit Khan on the latest Budget and its effects on the mortgage switching market, and stories about the National Australia Bank, Afterpay.com.au, zipMoney Limited, and RateSetter. Read the Australian Retail Banker: https://lnkd.in/f-VpxUy
Over two-thirds of finance firms believe that signing up to the Treasury’s Women in Finance Charter will lead to the permanent and sustainable change in gender diversity at senior levels across the industry.
The innovation echo chamber seems to be thankfully on the decline and is being replaced by candid conversations about the new data that’s coming in from digital transformation and the questions that are arising from it.
Today felt like the conference had gained momentum. With some of the biggest names in finance and technology on the agenda expectations were high for another day at Money 2020.
Jack Dorsey started the event speaking to one of the biggest FinTech conference gatherings I've seen yet. His first words were, 'Wow, big con!'
Susanne’s career covers the full gamut of financial services. She’s been a highly successful consultant, banker, angel investor, author… take your pick. Her latest ventures, FINTECH Circle and The FINTECH Book are both worth an afternoon of browsing.
Interview by Simon Cocking, Editor of The Irish Tech News with Susanne Chishti