Today, I’m joined by fintech and web3 luminary Lex Sokolin, Head Economist at ConsenSys and author of the Fintech Blueprint, for a discussion about the embedded finance value chain. As listeners know, this is a topic of great interested to me, and I was happy to have the opportunity
Fintech valuations have gotten crushed over the past few months, with growth capital availability and public market comps plummeting due to macro conditions. If you're a publicly traded fintech like Robinhood, Coinbase, SoFi, Square/Block, MoneyLion, Payoneer, Dave, Remitly, Nubank, PayPal or many others, you're feeling the pain. Of course,
Welcome to the fourth instalment of our Founder Sessions series, where we go rapid fire on a few topics with leading fintech founders. Today, we connect with David Vélez, Founder and CEO of Nubank, the leading financial technology company in Latin America. Nubank has 5 million credit card customers, 2.
Tom Blomfield is the co-founder and CEO of Monzo, one of Europe's leading digital banks. For Tom's full backstory, check out Rebank Episode 17, when we first connected with him. In today's conversation, we discuss Monzo's recent milestones, future plans and much more. If you're a regular listener, please take
Martin Mignot is a Partner at Index Ventures, one of Europe's leading VC firms. Martin focuses on startups which operate in large markets (food, transportation, finance, healthcare) through the development of must-have products that get exponentially better with each additional user. He has worked with companies including Bird and BlaBlaCar
In the excitable world of fintech, companies, technologies, business models and customer segments rise and fall in popularity with speed and volatility matched only by Bitcoin. After ridding the world of outdated, predatory incumbent banks in the interest of honest, hardworking, iPhone-wielding men and women, fintech was going to fundamentally
Today we welcome Balazs Nemethi to the podcast. Balazs is the founder of Taqanu, a bank for all. Taqanu wants to provide banking to anyone, regardless of background and available documents. One of their first target user groups is refugees displaced by unrest in Syria, but the potential for a