580. News: Is fintech now more popular than Netflix?
Episode 759 · November 15th, 2021 · 55 mins 59 secs
About this Episode
Our expert hosts, Gwera Kiwana and Ewan Silver, 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:
- Siddharth Venkataramakrishnan, Capital Markets Correspondent, Financial Times
- David Jarvis, Founder & CEO, Griffin
With soundclips from:
- Karl Turnbull, Head of Banking Services, Starling
- Keith Grose, Head of International, Plaid
- Darren Westlake, CEO, Crowdcube
We cover the following stories from the fintech and financial services space:
- Standard Chartered taps Starling BaaS platform for green savings product (soundclip from Karl Turnbull, Head of Banking Services, Starling) - 3:47
- Paytm raises $1.1 billion from anchor investors in India’s blockbuster IPO - 15:35
- Crowdcube expands across Europe as EU crowdfunding takes flight (soundclip from Darren Westlake, CEO of Crowdcube) - 27:35
- Plaid report: Fintech adoption helps break money taboo (soundclip from Keith Grose, Head of International at Plaid) - 36:28
- Robinhood says millions of customers’ names and emails addresses taken in data breach - 44:30
- New neobank Monument readies for launch after regulator lifts restrictions - 47:30
- Square makes its Cash App available for teen use - 48:40
- Microsoft’s Own Metaverse Is Coming, and It Will Have PowerPoint - 49:50
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This episode is sponsored by SAS.
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- Standard Chartered taps Starling BaaS platform for green savings product
- Paytm raises $1.1 billion from anchor investors in India’s blockbuster IPO
- Crowdcube expands across Europe as EU crowdfunding takes flight
- Plaid report: Fintech adoption helps break money taboo
- Robinhood says millions of customers’ names and emails addresses taken in data breach
- New neobank Monument readies for launch after regulator lifts restrictions
- Square makes its Cash App available for teen use
- Microsoft’s Own Metaverse Is Coming, and It Will Have PowerPoint