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Ani Petrova
Oct 20, 2020
In Events
What's the role of design in #fintech brand building? How important is to create a Brand behind a product? How can you increase brand recognition in the Fintech market with help of design? Where are you trying to drive your Brand image to? Find the answers to these questions and more at Dateio's design webinar tomorrow featuring insights from Klarna, sync. and Revolut 👇 https://www.bigmarker.com/dateio/The-Future-of-Design-In-Banking
[Webinar] The Future of Design In Banking content media
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Ani Petrova
Oct 15, 2020
In Events
Fintech Scotland and Copy House are organising a roundtable with fintech experts on 6 November 2020. About this Event Great marketing makes all the difference when it comes to scaling up your FinTech company to achieve the next level of growth. Join our Roundtable to hear from marketing leaders of some of the most successful FinTech companies in Scotland about their approach to marketing efficiency both in B2B and B2C. Discussing marketing strategies, ways to educate the market, and lessons learned along the way. Date And Time Fri, 6 November 2020 11:00 – 12:00 CET Sign up here 👉https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/startup-to-scaleuphow-to-market-yourself-effectively-to-make-growth-happen-tickets-125307170119
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Ani Petrova
Oct 13, 2020
In Events
“Europe’s Leading Event for Innovation in Financial Services” LendIt Fintech Europe 2020 connects fintech leaders across Europe. Same mission, but a new virtual format, with timely insights and provocative conversations from more than 100 fintech experts. AI-driven networking will help you connect with the people you need to meet for invaluable 1:1 video meetings. Lending and banking are converging. Make sense of this new world at LendIt Fintech Europe where fintech leaders gather to connect and reimagine the future of finance. Get inspired by 50+ sessions from industry pioneers pushing the boundaries of lending, digital banking, fintech, and paytech innovation. Remain competitive by partnering with innovators. Meet Nordea Bank, Banco BNI Europa and more. Register here 👉 https://www.lendit.com/europe/2020/
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Ani Petrova
Oct 13, 2020
In Events
The Fintech Times are organising webinar with speakers from Starling Bank OakNorth Bank ComplyAdvantage. Companies of all sizes in the financial services industry must quickly adapt or risk becoming irrelevant. The key to success, however, often lies beyond the boundaries of an organization in an evolving realm of partnerships. Typically partnerships focus on incumbent banks working with fintechs but there is an increasing importance of fintech to fintech partnerships. These partnerships can help accelerate regional growth, add product functionality and improve customer retention. This webinar will look at the best way to form these partnerships, some of the success stories and highlight best practice and the obstacles that need to be overcome. Time Oct 22, 2020 11:00 AM London Register here 👉 https://thepower50.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fL4544FMQ6WdNURuNyclDg
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Ani Petrova
Oct 09, 2020
In Fintech Marketing Resources
Mambu (mambu.com) leads on a “Show Takeover”, bringing along ABN Amro spinoff, New10 (new10.com) to talk about composable banking, and how an incumbent can launch a new digital bank with the right entrepreneurial mindset – co-hosted by Meaghan Johnson and Matteo Rizzi. These two companies show us what a great tech partnership can produce, and also offers valuable insights to the Breaking Banks Europe and Provoke.fm family audience. Listen to the podcast episode here 👉 https://provoke.fm/episode-46-mambu-the-lego-of-banking-technology/
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Ani Petrova
Oct 09, 2020
In Events
OpenPayd are excited to welcome Simon Taylor, Co-Founder and Head of Ventures at 11:FS, to join them on their upcoming webinar – Global Expansion During a Pandemic: The Role of Digital Payments Register here to attend 👉 https://lnkd.in/gj9y_JM
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Ani Petrova
Oct 09, 2020
In Events
Banking Circle and The Paypers present a webinar looking at what is required to achieve true financial inclusion for SMEs. If SMEs in Europe account for two-thirds of all employment and half of them face insolvency due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this has to be the time to finally address financial service delivery for a sector which is crucial for economic recovery and the sustainable well-being of communities. This calls for a joined-up system and new behaviours – both by SMEs and those companies seeking to serve them. In this webinar we bring SMEs face-to-face with those who serve them, to discuss: ● what personal service really means, ● how to rethink pricing and rescale the business model in a digital, data-driven way to serve SMEs affordably, ● new approaches to credit and risk management, ● the question of trust and how to build and retain it, and ● what advice should be available for SMEs. Speakers include: • Søren Skov Mogensen, Chief Growth Officer, Banking Circle • Panagiotis Kriaris, Head of Business Development, Paysafe Pay Later • Ghela Boskovich, Regional Director for Europe, the Financial Data and Technology Association • Joel van Arsdale, Managing Partner, Flagship Advisory Partners • Don Ginsel, Founder and CEO, Holland FinTech The session will be moderated by Mélisande Mual, Publisher of the Paypers. To register 👉 https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/9197890165165375502?source=Social+Media
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Ani Petrova
Oct 09, 2020
In Fintech Marketing Resources
Fintech content expert Araminta Robertson of Mint Studios has put together a comprehensive and insightful SEO guide for fintechs. You can get it here 👉 https://www.mintcopywritingstudios.com/blog/fintech-seo
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Ani Petrova
Oct 07, 2020
In Fintech Marketing Resources
You could argue that we’ve been living in the era of fintech for decades, even centuries. Does Isaac Newton’s time as Master of the Royal Mint, where he applied scientific principles to identifying counterfeit currency, mean that fintech goes back to 1696? However you define it, the last decade has seen fintech drive unprecedented change in financial services. Billions in investment, hundreds of new businesses with new services, new ways of offering those services, and new business models underpinning them. The fintech sector is also evolving, with competition giving way to collaboration as banks and big tech form uneasy relationships. As we enter a new decade, the future of the fintech industry is at a crossroads. It’s natural to consider what the fintech industry will look like in 2030? Will banks remain the biggest players or will they be usurped by big tech? Will data replace transactions as the primary revenued river for the industry? Has innovation peaked, or just getting started? To answer these questions, Tribe Payments brought together 15 leading businesses from across the fintech community to provide their vision of fintech in 2030. Each is a market leader in its part of the fintech ecosystem, and together these form a fascinating glimpse into the future—from those who are creating it. We also surveyed over a hundred executives in the European fintech sector—including our contributors—to gather insights into the wider market landscape in a decade’s time. The combination of in-depth sector specific predictions and data-driven macro industry insights gives us Fintech 2030: The Industry View. As we enter the next decade, the report provides a unique perspective into the future of fintech and is essential reading for firms looking to under-stand the biggest challenges and opportunities ahead. Alex Reddish, Chief Commercial Officer, Tribe Payments Download the complete report below. 👇
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Ani Petrova
Oct 07, 2020
In Fintech Marketing Resources
The financial services industry has spent the best part of the last decade implementing a new regulatory framework, designed in response to the financial crisis. As the wave of reforms move fully into the implementation stage, the next big trend the sector faces is digitisation. The growth of Financial Technology (FinTech) over the past few years can be seen via the number of venture capital deals in the sector, to the development of innovation centres inside existing established firms. The digital disruption of financial services has the potential to transform the industry over the next decade. New technologies brought to market by start-ups will lead to market disruption across insurance, banking and wealth management, creating increased competition. Some of these market disrupters have already arrived. It will also lead to a new customer relationship. Technology will provide financial services firms with new ways of offering products that focus on user experience. Those firms that don’t offer this new user experience will suffer from increased competition. Other areas of the economy which have already experienced the force of digitisation, such as the music industry, illustrate that there will be both winners and losers. The WEF Global Risks Perception Survey 2015 asked respondents to assess the likelihood and impact of individual risks on a scale of one to seven. Only one technological risk scored above average, cyber-attacks. Although respondents noted other technological risks, such as adverse consequences of technological advances and data fraud, they are not regarded as top priority. The emergence of FinTech is both a threat and an opportunity to the sector. This presents a challenge for both the industry and regulators. Accurately identifying the difference between the two will be one of the key on-going challenges in the years ahead. This report The following report analyses in greater detail the scale of the challenges facing all areas of the financial services industry, and the implications for regulators and policymakers. Digital disruption also offers business opportunities for those firms that are agile and can harness its power in the context of existing organisational structures. These opportunities will also be discussed throughout the report. Since the underlying technologies which threaten to disrupt financial services cut across all areas of the sector, the report will proceed thematically highlighting the impact to insurance, banking and wealth management throughout. The report is split into four sections, they are: Section One – Implication for politics and regulation Section Two – Implications for established financial services firms Section Three – Implications for FinTech start-ups Section Four – Implications for consumers/general public We hope you find our latest report eye-opening about the future of financial services, and gives you an insight into what awaits the industry in the coming years. Download the complete report here: http://appgfintech.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/CII-Report-disruptive-influences-2-fin-tech.pdf
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