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  • How to make money off of Facebook Messenger How to make money off of Facebook Messenger Stewart Rogers, Dir. of Marketing Technology, VentureBeat Recorded: Feb 23 2017 60 mins
    With over 1 billion monthly active users, Facebook Messenger is beginning to change the world for companies looking for ways to connect with, engage, and retain an unprecedented number of customers. And we’re guessing that’s probably you.

    It’s all because of Messenger’s developer tools, which have leapt on the promise of bots for customer service and native payments without ever leaving the platform--and have thoroughly delivered on it. Users stay cozily inside the Messenger platform to play games, search, shop, pay, and more, meaning they’re fully engaged with your brand in multiple ways in a single brand context.

    Facebook’s long-term plan: make Messenger the center of users’ lives. Your short-term plan: start positioning yourself to take advantage of this revolution in messenger tech innovation. Register for this free VB Live event now and learn how you can monetize Messenger.

    In this webinar, you’ll:

    * Understand the broader digital wallet strategy to connect with customers through chatbots
    * Get valuable tips to spin chatbots into gold
    * Learn the biggest mistake organizations are making with payments through Messenger

    Speakers:
    * Laura Knapp, Managing Director, SRAX Social, Social Reality
    * Stewart Rogers, Director of Marketing Technology, VentureBeat
    * Wendy Schuchart, Moderator, VentureBeat
  • Down With the Wall: Product Development Barriers in FinTech Down With the Wall: Product Development Barriers in FinTech Mateusz Lukaszewski, CEO at Ideas On Recorded: Feb 23 2017 46 mins
    Tech Companies and Start-ups that aim to solve problems in the financial industry have a much harder time than those, that work on simple consumer products. That’s because the financial market is riddled with inefficiencies, which arise because of a number of separate, but equally important issues.

    We'll discuss some of these issues in this webinar, such as:

    -Regulations are being updated too slowly / Regulations are too complex / Complex Legislation
    -Banks are still the most important power in the financial markets / Hegemony of banks in the industry / The everlasting strength of traditional banks
    -Fintech products have weak popularity compared to other consumer products / Negative associations related to the whole Financial sector / Lack of consumer trust for financial products
    -Hard to reach software developers with experience / Software Developers can’t be found / It’s hard to hire the right people for the job
    -Data safety / User privacy / Safety of exchanging financial information
  • The FINTECH Book Series - Latest InsurTECH RegTECH & WealthTECH Trends explained The FINTECH Book Series - Latest InsurTECH RegTECH & WealthTECH Trends explained Susanne Chishti, Shan Millie, Thomas Puschmann, Janos Barberis Recorded: Feb 23 2017 56 mins
    As the front-line industry insider's look at the financial technology explosion,
    "The FINTECH Book" is your primary guide to the financial technology revolution, and the disruption, innovation and opportunity therein.

    It was the first crowd-sourced, Amazon best-selling book on FINTECH globally, representing thought leaders across 27 countries.

    Now, the Editors are launching a new series of three books on InsurTECH, RegTECH and WealthTECH and are here to answer your nagging questions.

    Join the Editors in this live webinar where they will discuss:

    -InsurTECH, RegTECH and WealthTECH trends
    -Success stories & lessons learned from investors, entrepreneurs, and visionaries
    -New business & revenue models
    -How will the respective sectors change
    -Overview of The FINTECH Book Series which will be published by the leading publisher WILEY
    - You can still vote for the best abstracts on www.TheFINTECHBook.com until 28 Feb 2017
  • Banking 2020: A Vision of the Future Banking 2020: A Vision of the Future Francisco Lorca (startupbootcamp), Philipp Buschmann (EuropeOne Bank), Nic Gidaracos (PACE Invoice), Luka Ivicevic (Penta) Recorded: Feb 21 2017 60 mins
    The terms neo bank, challenger bank, and digital bank have been thrown around a lot in the FinTech space. Attend this panel session to get the full low down on what exactly these are, what differentiates them, and what impact they will have on the banking space.

    The panelists will discuss:
    -The key differences with neo, challenger, and digital banks
    -Where are we in the innovation lifecycle?
    -What are some of the challenges (business model, customers expecting free services), etc?
    -What should incumbents be doing to keep their customers happy with all the new competition?
    -Where digital banking is moving from digital banks vs digitized legacy banks
    -Impact of 3rd party APIs on banking
  • PSD2: Will banks sink or swim? PSD2: Will banks sink or swim? Alex Kwiatkowski (Misys), Adam Kissane (Deloitte), Steve Kirsch (Token), Stefan Weiss (Fidor), Ben Matthews (BCS Consulting) Recorded: Feb 20 2017 64 mins
    The seismic effects of PSD2 will hit banking hard in the next 18 months. And as the regulation lays the foundations for a new era of openness in financial services it is already disturbing the comfortable status quo. Banks will need to manage this revolutionary change and as the clock is ticking ever-louder towards the January 2018 deadline, we must look at what PSD2 involves, why it matters and identify threats and opportunities.

    We'll explore how banks can transform and importantly, what happens if they don't. Now is the time - sink or swim, win or lose?
  • KYC in the online age KYC in the online age Panel Discussion featuring: UK Cabinet Office, CurrencyFair, IOX & Mitek Recorded: Feb 16 2017 47 mins
    Financial institutions from all over the world are facing increasingly strict regulations regarding the verification and authentication of their customers’ identity. The imminent enforcement of the 4AMLD and the publication of the 5AMLD will nothing but add pressure on the financial services industry.

    To keep a competitive edge and still be compliant with the latest Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations, banks, prepaid card operators, digital currency processors, exchanges, and wallets are being compelled to embrace the digitalisation of traditionally cumbersome processes such as customer due diligence and ongoing authentication.

    Aiming to simplify KYC in this ever-changing regulatory environment, and optimizing the digital channels for further security and convenience, financial institutions need to successfully achieve this change within their policies, procedures, business models, and technology infrastructures.

    During this webinar, our panel of experts will provide answers to the following questions:

    •Are the technologies to underpin digital identity verification reliable and robust enough for financial institutions to rely on them?

    •Are customers prepared to go down the digital route?

    •Can financial institutions strike the right balance between rock-solid compliance, and smooth, easy, digital customer experience?

    •How are financial institutions coping with the challenges posed by the latest regulatory updates?

    Join us for this panel discussion with our expert speakers:

    Don Thibeau, Chairman & President, The Open Identity Exchange (OIX)
    Fintan Byrne, Head of Risk & Chief Compliance Officer, CurrencyFair
    Sarah Clarke, General Manager - Identity, Mitek
    David Rennie, Identity Assurance Programme, UK Cabinet Office
  • VC FinTech Investment Landscape VC FinTech Investment Landscape Innovate Finance Recorded: Feb 15 2017 55 mins
    Where is FinTech funding heading in 2017? Innovate Finance provides an update on the investment landscape for 2016 followed by commentary and analysis from a panel of experts.

    Co-host:
    Simon Taylor, co-Founder of 11:FS

    Speakers include:
    Abdul Haseeb Basit, CFO, Innovate Finance
    Mike Treskow, Partner, Eight Roads Ventures
    Mike Sigal, Entrepreneur in Residence, 500 Startups
    Manuel Silva Martinez, Partner, Santander InnoVentures
    Michael Elalouf, CFO, iWoca
    Tracy Sambrook, CFO, Nutmeg
    Steve Davies, Head of EMEA FinTech Practice, PWC
  • Passport to the Future: Options for regulated companies to access EEA Passport to the Future: Options for regulated companies to access EEA Tony Craddock (EPA), Peter Howitt (Ramparts Law Firm), David Parker (Polymath Consulting) Recorded: Feb 15 2017 47 mins
    If passporting rights are lost to UK payments companies, then where should these companies move to become regulated so they can continue to access the EEA?

    To answer this question the EPA has published a report comparing the most viable options for companies seeking to become authorised in the EEA. Having reviewed 15 countries, the report undertakes a ‘deep dive’ analysis of the six best countries to be considered.
  • Execute on Innovation Execute on Innovation Monitise and Innovate Finance Recorded: Feb 8 2017 61 mins
    Never has there been a more exciting time to work in banking and financial services. Whether it’s rising consumer expectations, the possibilities of new technologies and ways of working, changes in regulation or the new challenges from the thriving UK FinTech sector, it’s clear now is the time for the established businesses in this space to act.
     
    Now is the time to move beyond the ‘innovation theatre’ - typified by the siloed or hidden-away labs, skunkworks, hackathons and accelerators. Now is the time for a new approach to innovation, geared towards getting new products and services to market, into consumers hands, and iterating based on real-world experience and feedback. That’s real innovation.
     
    This webinar contains a small selection of bright ideas we believe can solve genuine customer problems. They range from the pragmatic starting points, fixing some of the fundamental challenges banks face, through to the more inspired and leading edge concepts. What they all have in common is that they are innovations that can be executed on today, this is not sci-fi, this is not ‘innovation theatre’ this is about how to #ExecuteOnInnovation
  • 2017 Fintech predictions and why start-ups should join an accelerator 2017 Fintech predictions and why start-ups should join an accelerator Yossi Hasson, Managing Director at Techstars Recorded: Feb 2 2017 40 mins
    Yossi Hasson, MD of the Barclays Techstars Accelerator, a successful entrepreneur, mentor and angel investor is about to embark on running the second Barclays Techstars accelerator in Cape Town.

    Working with Barclays they will look to bring in the best fintech startups from around the globe to disrupt the financial industry. With his finger firmly on the pulse, Yossi has compiled his predictions for fintech for Africa in 2017.

    So why should fintech startups be intersted in joining the Barclays Techstars accelerator? Yossi will take you through the benefits of the programme, how you can make 1 years worth of progress in 3 months and how to deliver a kick ass application to join Techstars.

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