Our expert hosts, Benjamin Ensor and Nicole Perry, 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:
- Vinay Singh, Managing Director, Anthemis
- Tessa Bryant, Head of Brand and Communications, Lightyear
With soundclips from:
- Johannes Fenner, Co-founder and Co-CEO, Justhome
We cover the following stories from the fintech and financial services space:
- Shoppers relying on Buy Now Pay Later and microloans for groceries in the UK and US - 4:20
- Kenyan fintech Pezesha raises $11m backed by Women’s World Banking - 15:30
- ING pulls the plug on Yolt, shutting down its open banking operation - 26:50
- Berlin’s Justhome houses €3.3m to assist first-time home buyers - 36:00
- FedNow is coming. Is this real-time payments’ moment? - 46:00
- Trust Bank, a digital bank formed by Standard Chartered and NTUC, launches in Singapore - 47:45
- The PayPal story could be coming to a screen near you - 49:20
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- Would You Take Out a Loan to Buy This Week’s Groceries?
- Iceland loan scheme to support shoppers receives 50,000 applications in first week
- Kenyan fintech Pezesha raises $11M backed by Women’s World Banking
- ING Group pulls the plug on Yolt’s open banking operation
- Berlin’s Justhome houses €3.3 million to assist first-time home buyers
- FedNow is coming. Is this real-time payments’ moment?
- Trust Bank, a digital bank formed by Standard Chartered and NTUC, launches in Singapore
- The PayPal story could be coming to a screen near you