Breaking Banks Fintech

Breaking Banks Fintech

Breaking Banks is the number 1 global fintech radio show and podcast. Every week we explore the personalities, startups, innovators, and industry players driving disruption in financial services, from Incumbents to unicorns, and from the latest cutting edge technology to the people are using it to help to create a more innovative, inclusive and healthy financial future. We are living in a time of the most dramatic technological advancements in history, and we are telling the stories behind that change, with a focus on the implications of what it all means for industry incumbents and insurgents, the people, the consumers, the markets, and the very nature of banking and money itself. Listen every Thursday at 3 PM Eastern Time, Noon Pacific on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.... Show More

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September 17, 2020 66 min
We explore the world of regulation to learn more about how RegTech can help banks accelerate compliance and cut costs. Hosts JP Nicols and Brett King are joined by regular contributor Jo Ann Barefoot, Nick Cook, Director of Innovation at Financial Conduct Authority, and Mark Chorazak, Partner Shearman & Sterling, to chat about AIR’s recent release of the RegTech Manifesto. Topics of discussion include challenges regulators face...
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September 10, 2020 59 min
This week hosts JP Nicols and Jason Henrichs are taking on the topic of culture. How can financial institutions foster a culture of innovation and bring about the necessary changes needed as we head into 2021? It begins with embracing the risk-takers and rebel talent that seek to disrupt the notion of businesses as usual within your organization. JP Nicols speaks to Matteo Rizzi about his book Talent and Rebels: Dealing with Corpor...
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Finovate Fall Digital 2020 kicks off in just a few weeks. Host JP Nicols chats with Greg Palmer, VP of Finovate, about everything set to occur during the virtual event. Next, Janice Diner and Steve Frook from Horizn, Finovate Europe 2020 Best in Show winner, will discuss the importance of self-servicing and product education in digital transformation. Then stay tuned, as hosts JP Nicols and Jason Henrichs discuss strategic planning...
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August 27, 2020 59 min
Chloé James host and group director of media & communications for global insights provider RFi Group is joined by Jo Ann Barefoot, CEO & Co-founder at Alliance for Innovative Regulation and Dr. Leda Glyptis, advisor and author of #LedaWrites for Fintech Futures to discuss women in fintech. Chloé, Jo Ann, and Leda share personal experiences and insights from their time in the fintech/finserv industry. What are the positive t...
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August 20, 2020 60 min
In this episode, hosts JP Nicols and Jason Henrichs are joined by regular contributor Ron Shevlin, Director of Research at Cornerstone Advisors and Senior Contributor at Forbes with his Fintech Snark Tank column, as well as Mary Wisniewski: Banking editor and fintech features reporter for Bankrate.com to discuss the current state of banking. They explore if/how traditional banks can win the digital arms race, ponder what the hell a...
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Don’t miss this action-packed episode hosted by Jason Henrichs and co-hosted by Dara Tarkowski host of Tech on Reg. Jason and Dara are joined by Alissa Knight a recovering hacker and Patrick Sells bank innovator extraordinaire to discuss data privacy, cybersecurity in banking/fintech, and much much more. This episode will leave you questioning where you stand on the issues surrounding data ownership and have you wondering if that T...
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For this episode of Breaking Banks, we are setting the stage for a new era of banking experiences and capabilities in the digital payments space. Our guests today are revolutionizing digital payments and paving the way for cashless transformation. Brett King is joined by contributor Brian Solis Global Innovation Evangelist of Salesforce and Yandex.Money CEO Ivan Glazachev to discuss Russia’s advancements in payments, mobile wallets...
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July 30, 2020 56 min
This episode of Breaking Banks is a call to action for the VC industry to put their money where their mouths are. Jason Henrichs speaks with Backstage Capital Founder and Managing Partner Arlan Hamilton about her journey from homeless to Investor/A Force to be Reckoned with. Arlan shares her experience in the VC space as a gay black woman and highlights Backstage Capital’s Syndicate program, a program dedicated to investing in unde...
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July 23, 2020 58 min
COVID-19 has exposed the reliance on long outdated and insecure identity metrics founded on face-to-face interaction, with identity theft and fraud increasing during lock-down. The organizations that had already implemented digital onboarding and identity verification have obviously performed better during the crisis. But where will we go from here? Join Brett King and Dave Birch as we bring in leading identity specialists Jumio an...
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July 16, 2020 53 min
Join us for this exciting episode of Breaking Banks! We are introducing the newest addition to the growing Provoke.fm family, the EMERGE Everywhere podcast hosted by Jennifer Tescher President and CEO of the Financial Health Network. Listen as hosts Brett King and Jason Henrichs explore the purpose and passion behind Jennifer’s upcoming launch of EMERGE Everywhere and enjoy an exclusive sneak peek of Jennifer’s interview with Paypa...
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In this episode of Breaking Banks, host JP Nicols is joined by Dara Tarkowski Attorney and Managing Director of Actuate Law; as well as, the host of the Tech on Reg podcast on Provoke.fm Media. They discuss the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s launch of the pilot advisory opinion (AO) program and challenge banks to take a more proactive stance in regulatory compliance as opposed to the reactive approach of yesterday. Then st...
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Let’s begin with a sobering fact: According to the CFP, Blacks and Latinos make up less than 4 percent of certified financial planners in the United States. We will explore this reality and many more in this week’s episode where Jason Hendrichs is joined by Randy Rivera Executive Director at FinTEx, David Clunie the Executive Director of the Black Economic Alliance, and Tyrone Ross the Director of Community at Altruist. Listen as o...
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In this episode, Chloe James, Bryan Clagett, and James Robert Lay join Brett King to discuss strategic bank marketing during COVID-19 and to explore the importance of finding the right formula to make huge gains in digital efforts. They also take a deep dive into James Robert Lay’s new book Banking on Digital Growth: The Strategic Marketing Manifesto to Transform Financial Brands to get his views on the new wave of digital opportun...
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June 18, 2020 58 min
In this week’s episode, we have the return of show regulars Dave Birch (Author of the Currency Cold War), Jo Ann Barefoot (Founder of The Alliance for Innovative Regulation), and Michael J Casey (Chief Content Officer, Coindesk) to talk about the emerging digital currency wars. Will it be Red (China) vs Blue (Libra), or will the US finally step into the breach to defend the US dollar hegemony with their own digital dollar?
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June 11, 2020 62 min
Fintech has gone from sideshow to the mainstage. Digital is no longer the accompaniment to soloist. Today on the show - Peter Ramsey just won the American Idol of fintech when he documented the user experience opening 12 bank accounts in the UK. He shares with us the surprises along the way as well as his UX pet peeves. In the second half, Patrick Sells was just named Digital Banker of the year by American Banker. Ironically, 18 mo...
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June 4, 2020 66 min
The novel coronavirus isn’t just a health pandemic, it is highlighting critical social and economic issues. Nowhere is this more apparent than the paycheck protection program. Today on the show we talk about lessons learned from the last crisis, some of the lessons we should have learned but haven’t and how banks, fintechs, and regulators are responding. We have 4 guests today - Zach Warmbrodt, Financial Services Reporter for Polit...
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Changpeng Zhao, aka “CZ”, CEO and founder of Binance joined us for this special Breaking Banks and Crypto Capsule Collab. Brett King, Henri Arslanian and Ajit Tripathi had an interesting and insightful conversation with CZ about the future of the crypto industry in a post-COVID-19 environment. This is a must-listen episode! Be sure to catch Henri Arslanian’s weekly Crypto Capsule show on LinkedIn where he shares the weekly crypto ...
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May 28, 2020 55 min
In this week's show, regular contributors Robert Scoble and Brian Roemmelle are back, with Robert's co-author on his latest book, Irena Cronin joining us also. Katie King (aka Miss Metaverse) sits in the co-hosting chair as a fellow futurist. We get into smartglasses, sensors, flying cars, autonomous robots, and supply chain, training surgeons on 3D cadavers, and e-sports. All in the domain of a new field of computing calle...
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Small Businesses are the lifeblood of the global economy, listen as Michael Abare- Principal Product Manager for Fusion Digital Banking at Malauzai, a Finastra Company explains how the Finastra ecosystem enables financial institutions to reach and assist more small business clients. Then for the second half, Jason Henrichs hosts Derik Sutton VP Marketing of Autobooks to learn how Autobooks has been able to free up more time for sma...
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May 21, 2020 52 min
This week on Breaking Banks Jason Henrichs hosts John Weinkowitz from Finastra and Tom Feher from Microsoft to discuss Finastra’s pinnacle core, Fusion Phoenix. Tom and John explore how Microsoft’s Azure Cloud has enabled Finastra to lead the pack in utilizing the cloud to help banks innovate faster and more efficiently. Then, stay tuned as Jason Henrichs speaks to, Sherri Davidoff CEO of LMG Security, about security challenges fac...
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