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Women in FinTech: do you care?

I’ve written quite often about Sexism in the City and am intrigued by discussions of diversity, or the lack thereof, in both banking and technology. […]

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Things worth reading: 18th March 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Regulators press for overhaul of Metro Bank board UK bankers on standby as City readies no-deal contingency plans More […]

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The Finanser’s Week: 11th March – 17th March 2019

The main blog headlines are … Transforming the bank: three phases of change I’ve mentioned quite often that you cannot sort out all of the […]

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Transforming the bank: three phases of change

I’ve mentioned quite often that you cannot sort out all of the banks systems and structures overnight. It has to be a slow burn and […]

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Things worth reading: 15th March 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Top 10 Fintech Companies to Watch in 2019 Berlin’s Bad Bank Idea Cryptocurrencies Pose Risks to Banks, Warns Basel […]

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What does the #Brexit vote mean for banking and fintech?

Being British with a British accent, everyone asks me about what life will be like with Brexit … and my answer is that I have […]

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Things worth reading: 12th March 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Wells Fargo’s CEO says the bank has changed. Congress isn’t so sure Deutsche Bank’s Arranged Marriage Gets Shove From […]

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Will Facebook become the world’s central bank?

I got a large number of pings over the weekend to read and comment on an article on Medium by Lance Ng headlined: Facebook Plans […]

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Things worth reading: 11th March 2019

Things we’re reading today include … NatWest to pilot biometric fingerprint bank card BOE Asks Banks to Boost Liquid Assets Ahead of Brexit Fintech startup […]

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The Finanser’s Week: 4th March – 10th March 2019

The main blog headlines are … It’s only words … why values and missions are questionable I go around a lot of banks and am […]

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It’s only words … why values and missions are questionable

I go around a lot of banks and am always struck by their similarities and differences. To be honest, there are more similarities than differences. […]

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Trust me, I’m a banker …

There’s a lot of talk about trust when you meet with people in finance. Customers trust us with their money … there is trust in […]

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Are banks customer focused?

I’ve talked a little about TechFin in the past but, in my presentations, I talk more and more about TechFin versus FinTech. FinTech is doing what […]

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Will bank brands survive in this digital world?

We were having a debate about brand loyalty in a mobile world. The discussion began with talking about how it used to be complex with […]

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A land down under … can you hear the banks thunder?

I just had a week down-under in the land of the roo, and discovered that the RBA – Reserve Bank of Australia – has done […]

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The Finanser’s Week: 25th February – 3rd March 2019

The main blog headlines are … How to be a Unicorn (Part One) Marko Wenthin, co-founder of solarisBank, recently contributed to my blog and, as […]

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Revolut: the growing pains of a FinTech unicorn

One of the things I say fairly often is that the FinTech start-up community is fairly naïve. Not all, but many, do not understand the […]

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How to be a Unicorn (Part Three)

Marko Wenthin is contributing this week. He began with funding and then moved on to the issues you face once you secure that funding. In […]

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How to be a Unicorn (Part Two)

As mentioned yesterday, Marko Wenthin is contributing this week on how to become a FinTech unicorn. In Part One, he talked about fund raising. In […]

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How to be a Unicorn (Part One)

Marko Wenthin, co-founder of solarisBank, recently contributed to my blog and, as a mate, has sent some great insights about starting up a FinTech firm […]

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Infrastructure and Incentive: Making Cashless a Reality

I often reflect on how quickly China is moving towards being cashless, as are parts of Africa and much of India. I then realised that […]

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The Finanser’s Week: 18th February – 24th February 2019

The main blog headlines are … Technology is business Another interesting nuance of the FinTech Bank is the integration of business and technology. I’ve referenced […]

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Technology is business

Another interesting nuance of the FinTech Bank is the integration of business and technology. I’ve referenced this a few times, but wanted to be explicit […]

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