Our expert hosts, Adam Davis and David Brear, are joined by some great guests to talk about the most notable fintech, financial services and banking news from the past week. This week's guests include:
- Andy Renshaw, VP of Payments Solutions & Strategy, Feedzai
- Natasha Jones, Early Stage Investor, Octopus Ventures
- Sophie Winwood, Investor at Anthemis
We cover the following stories from the fintech and financial services space:
- Global fintech investment rebounds to hit $98bn in H1 4:54
- Feedzai Acquires World's Most Advanced Biometric Platform, to create the World’s Largest Financial Intelligence Network 17:10
- Circle files to become a bank 30:29
- Meet XPO: The Fintech Startup Building A Better Bank For Creators 40:25
- Aviva and Nationwide join £2.5 million round in first time buyers’ mortgage broker Tembo 53:02
- Atom Bank pulls in first ever monthly profit 53:51
- Nubank co-founder leads $45M investment in Indian neobank Jupiter 55:00
- Woman left on hold for 7 hours by HSBC after trying to report fraud 56:12
This episode is sponsored by Temenos.
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- Global fintech investment rebounds to hit $98bn in H1
- Feedzai Acquires World's Most Advanced Biometric Platform, to create the World’s Largest Financial Intelligence Network
- Circle files to become a bank
- Meet XPO: The Fintech Startup Building A Better Bank For Creators
- Aviva and Nationwide join £2.5 million round in first time buyers’ mortgage broker Tembo
- Atom Bank pulls in first ever monthly profit
- Nubank co-founder leads $45M investment in Indian neobank Jupiter
- Woman left on hold for 7 hours by HSBC after trying to report fraud