In another packed episode we have a full house of hosts as David, Jason and Simon are joined by global fintech commentator and Girl, Disrupted, Liz Lumley; Editor-in-Chief of Fintech Finance, Ali Paterson; and Capco's Principal Consultant, Charlie Wood.
The team discuss WhatsApp adding payment features; First Direct coming consistently top of a customer service poll, and the bigger banks always come last - we discuss if there's a correlation between the size of the bank and their market share and the poor quality of customer service? (are you bad when you're big?); and most topically, what responsibility does PayPal have over KKK donations via their service? And how do you find a middle ground between censoring free speech and social responsibility?
They also take on start up shopping; retraining and up-skilling versus job cutting; pocket money startups; and turning trash into tokens in Amsterdam.
We also have an interview with James Lloyd, Asia-Pacific Fintech Leader at EY, all about the Chinese fintech and Alipay stories that have been making headlines this week.
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- OakNorth's loan book continues to grow exponentially
- PayPal escalates the tech industry’s war on white supremacy
- Apple, Up 38% in 2017, Left Trailing by Alibaba, Tencent - Bloomberg
- Alipay partners with Yelp to continue its pursuit of Chinese tourist money | TechCrunch
- Can WeChat Thrive in the United States?
- Fintech CEO says tech giants like IBM may go on M&A ‘shopping spree’ for start-ups in 2018
- Digital pocket money startup Spriggy secures A$2.5 million funding
- Westpac launches Tech University to re-skill workforce
- RBS to cut 880 London IT jobs
- The cool reason why these green coins are becoming a currency in Amsterdam.