The future of cash with Roisin Levine and Bailey Kursar (The Spend Show Ep 1)

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Nick Levine, Roisin Levine & Bailey Kursar

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Join us for Soldo's debut episode of The Spend Show - a show for finance professionals like you. We discuss what the Future of Cash look like and what this cashless movement means for finance teams. Bailey Kursar (Touco) and Roisin Levine (Flux) share their thoughts with host Nick Levine (Soldo). Topics of discussion include: - What does the future of finance look like as we move away from cash? - When it comes to digital payments - what's worked, what hasn't? - As coronavirus hit, how prepared were businesses for a cashless economy? - What steps are companies taking to go cashless? What are you hoping to see from technology? - How do you include the vulnerable in the context of a cashless society? Host, Nick Levine is a chartered accountant, currently working in the finance team at Soldo. He was formerly the Advisory Lead at Deloitte’s Propel and the Head of Enterprise at ICAEW. His writing portfolio includes the Times, Wired and Real Business. Roisin Levine is Head of Banks at Flux, a fintech building the world’s first API for receipt data. Flux is an award winning graduate of Barclays Accelerator. Roisin was recently nominated for Women in Finance's 2020 "Young Leader of the Year" and featured as a "Rising Star" in the Women in Fintech Powerlist 2019. Bailey Kursar is CEO and Co-founder of Touco, an app that helps people who need support managing their money share access safely with a carer.

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