ClearBank CEO on Fintech Innovation
ClearBank CEO Charles McManus discusses the importance of innovation and solid infrastructure in the fintech industry amidst economic crisis
FinTech Review: Jemima Kelly (FT Alphaville) & Nick Ogden (RTGS/Clearbank/Guidea)
FinTech Review: With Jemima Kelly (FT Alphaville) and Nick Ogden (RTGS/Clearbank/Guidea)
Why you should watch: This month’s review of FinTech developments covers everything from the BoE’s review of DeFi, to Apple’s assault on privacy, Harry and Meghan’s new jobs, the future of BNPL, Charlotte Crosswell’s gig at OBIE, Walmart and Monzo…Oh, and a pretty corruscating attack on Tether. Lots to be chewed over with the FT’s Jemima Kelly and one of the UK’s major internet entrepreneurs.
Jemima Kelly is a reporter for FTAlphaville and an increasingly influential commentatiot on social (and technology) affairs for the FT. itself.
Nick Ogden ‘invented e-commerce’ in 1994, by setting up the Wine Warehouse. Since then, he has gone on to bigger things, founding WorldPay, Cashflows, ClearBank and RTGS Global. He is a serial start-up entrepreneur, whose current interests include Geidea in Saudi Arabia – one of the first FinTech start-ups in the Kingdom.
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CreditEase CEO on Fintech in China, Innovations
Sep.13 — Ning Tang, founder, chairman and chief executive officer at CreditEase, discusses the growth of fintech in China, innovations in the sector and his Singapore-based wealth management unit. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia” from the Milken Institute Asia Summit 2018 in Singapore.
How Fintech ClearBank Leverages Open Source to Accelerate Crypto Pa… James McLeod & Steven Hawkins
Submit a Proposal to Speak at OSFF NYC December 8 2022 or Register to Attend: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-finance-forum-new-york/
How Fintech ClearBank Leverages Open Source to Accelerate Crypto Payments through their Cloud API Infrastructure – James McLeod, FINOS & Steven Hawkins, ClearBank
In this fireside chat James McLeod, FINOS Director of Community, and Steven Hawkins, Head of DevOps Transformation at ClearBank, explore how fintech ClearBank leverages open source to provide a Cloud API platform that provides clearing services to fintechs, crypto platforms, banks and credit unions, allowing FSIs to focus on providing the best service for their customers.
During this chat James and Steven explore how fintechs leverage the culture and benefits of open source in financial services and how FINOS engages fintechs, crypto providers and challenger banks to accelerate open source within a highly regulated industry that joins all banks and fintechs together.
2023 Fintech Innovation Challenge
The #MFWW2023 Fintech Innovation Challenge provides a global stage to elevate innovations in digital financial solutions across a suite of products that are designed to increase access to and engagement of financial solutions by unbanked and underserved women.
Zouera Youssoufou, Managing Director & CEO, Aliko Dangote Foundation
Pat Patel, Executive Director, Elevandi
Rupal Patil, Partner, EY
David Shrier, Professor of Practice, AI & Innovation, Imperial College Business School
Mary Ellen Iskenderian, President & CEO, Women’s World Banking
Ramakrishnan Gopalan, Head of Products, India and South Asia, Visa
Deon Woods Bell, Senior Advisor, Global Policy, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Martyna Malinowska, Co-Founder & CPO, GajiGesa
Neha Juneja, Co-Founder & CEO, IndiaP2P
Gabriel Ruhan, CEO, Paycode
Piya Bahadur, Co-Founder & CEO, MeraBills
Thank you to our leading sponsor Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, scaling sponsor EY, broadening sponsors European Investment Bank (EIB) and MetLife Foundation, supporting sponsors IFC – International Finance Corporation, Sasakawa Peace Foundation, and United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF), and our core funders Sida, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), and Visa Foundation.