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What to expect at this year's Money 20/20 with Tracey Davies

9/24/2018
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Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast. I'm Zack Miller. If you're like most of our listeners, you're probably gearing up to travel to Las Vegas, October 21-24 to attend this year's Money 20/20 conference. In seven years, beginning in Vegas but now globally, beginning with payments but now broadly fintech-minded, Money 20/20 has turned into the financial industry's go-to set of events to stay on top of technology trends, to network, and to get deals done. In anticipation of this year's event, I'm...

Duration:00:21:07

FINOS' Gab Columbro: 'The industry's appetite to embrace open source has drastically accelerated'

9/21/2018
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Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast. I'm Zack Miller. We spend a lot of time talking and thinking about financial technologies and products. Almost all of them have been developed by private companies — fintechs and incumbents alike. But there is a vibrant - and growing — open source movement in finance. One that probably doesn't get enough daylight. My guest today on the show is Gabriele Columbro, the executive director of FINOS — the Fintech Open Source Foundation. Gabrielle has a lot to...

Duration:00:26:18

How Finicity helps financial organizations build and partner with financial apps

9/19/2018
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Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast. I'm Zack Miller. In today's financial world. we talk a lot about data, APIs, digitization. As more of the largest financial organizations continue to partner with fintechs, data aggregation, access, and connectivity become paramount to delivering an awesome user experience. Finicity is one of those companies working behind the scenes and powering the trend towards financial APIs. What began as a personal financial management tool, the firm is working with...

Duration:00:24:50

How Broker Buddha simplifies commercial insurance with Jason Keck

9/14/2018
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Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast. I'm Zack Miller. We're continuing with our insurance and insurtech trends with a story today about a startup tackling a major hurdle in the digitzation of the industry. As a policy holder, you've likely experienced the reams of forms you need to sign and file to get a policy. Imagine a commercial insurance broker — having to handle filing numerous forms — in all their glorious, clunky offlineness — every day. It's crazy — PDFs were never meant to be used as...

Duration:00:16:44

Turning music rights into an investable asset with Royalty Exchange's PJ Miklus

9/12/2018
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One of the major themes on the podcast a few years back was the investification of various asset classes. We've seen LendingClub open up personal lending at scale to investors. Companies like Angel List and OurCrowd helped popularize investing in early stage companies by removing much of the friction in the process. Crowdfunding has made investing easier and we've seen foreign exchange, business lending, income sharing agreements, domain names all find their way to platforms. Music, too....

Duration:00:25:18

Changing the way home insurance is sold with Hippo's Assaf Wand

9/10/2018
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There's been a rash of activity and a big influx of new capital into insurtech. Insurance almost feels like it was the last holdout to be targeted by fintech firms. That's because it's a really big problem to solve. Today's guest, Assaf Wand is the founder and CEO of Hippo Insurance. Hippo isn't Assaf's first startup and he doesn't shy away from big problems. To hear him tell it, Assaf wanted to be in the insurance business since he was a little kid. But startup technology costs were always...

Duration:00:26:39

Reliamax's Michael VanErdewyk: 'We're seeing a move towards more private student loans'

1/10/2018
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With all the excitement around online lending, there are still some spaces that have a long growth runway. One of the most persuasive growth opportunities is private student lending. Macroeconomic and policy changes are contributing to the growth thesis but so too are the number of local lending institutions that want to move into this asset class. Today's guest on the podcast is Michael VanErdewyk, the founder and CEO of Reliamax, a platform serving the private student lending business for...

Duration:00:10:28

PrimeRevenue's Tom Roberts: 'More companies are optimizing their cash conversion cycle'

1/3/2018
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Supply chain finance is a part of fintech that doesn't share the same limelight with other sectors like consumer lending or consumer payments. Throughout history, companies have typically turned to one or two financial provider to help them free up money in their supply chains. That's all changing with companies like PrimeRevenue, a supply chain finance platform for buyers and sellers that also has 50 different financial providers. Based in Atlanta, the company works globally across borders...

Duration:00:19:54

Roostify's Rajesh Bhat: 'We're still in the first quarter of the online mortgage game'

12/8/2017
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A poor homebuying experience compelled our guest this week to search for a better way. Rajesh Bhat is the CEO and co-founder of Roostify, an enterprise mortgage origination platform. Unlike with some other financial products, the complexity and diversity of different parties participating in the mortgage ecosystem make creating an enterprise solution a unique challenge. Roostify is getting there, though. Starting with smaller regional lenders and credit unions, the startup recently landed JP...

Duration:00:21:53

Raise's George Bousis: 'Gift cards really simplify the ways retailers service customers'

11/22/2017
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George Bousis began his career as a professional gamer. As he grew up and found his direction in his family's grocery business, his fascination with technology led him to examine what it was that kept his customers coming back. That focus on technology, loyalty, and retention, eventually propelled George to found Raise, a marketplace for gift cards. George joins us on the podcast this week to discuss how his experience working in retail influenced his understanding of the pain points for...

Duration:00:20:38

Quandl's Tammer Kamel: 'Top investors are looking for gold nuggets in a sea of data'

11/15/2017
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Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast. I'm Zack Miller. Tearsheet’s next event, Hot Topic: Mobile Payments, will discuss the successes, failures, opportunities, and motivations for various players fighting to stay current when it comes to owning mobile payments. To see the agenda, speakers, attendees and sponsorship information, go to our website, Tearsheet.co and click on the events tab http://www.tearsheet.co/events/hot-topic-mobile-payments Tammer Kamel spent some formative years as a quant....

Duration:00:23:10

Aspiration's Andrei Cherny: 'Our customers are treated as whole people, not just dollars and cents'

11/8/2017
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Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast. I'm Zack Miller. Tearsheet’s next event, Hot Topic: Mobile Payments, will discuss the successes, failures, opportunities, and motivations for various players fighting to stay current when it comes to owning mobile payments. To see the agenda, speakers, attendees and sponsorship information, go to our website, Tearsheet.co and click on the events tab http://www.tearsheet.co/events/hot-topic-mobile-payments There's a lot of talk today about the financial...

Duration:00:23:40

Kasisto's Zor Gorelov on the future of conversational banking

11/1/2017
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Mobile payments are a solution without a problem; a way for banks and retailers to stay top of mind for customers as most of their attention and the way they manage their lives have shifted to their mobile devices. Tearsheet’s next event, Hot Topic: Mobile Payments, will discuss the successes, failures, opportunities, and motivations for various players fighting to stay current when it comes to owning mobile payments. To see the agenda, speakers, attendees and sponsorship information, go to...

Duration:00:20:55

Xero's Keri Gohman: '70 percent of small businesses are using cloud technology'

10/18/2017
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Mobile payments are a solution without a problem; a way for banks and retailers to stay top of mind for customers as most of their attention and the way they manage their lives have shifted to their mobile devices. Tearsheet’s next event, Hot Topic: Mobile Payments, will discuss the successes, failures, opportunities, and motivations for various players fighting to stay current when it comes to owning mobile payments. To see the agenda, speakers, attendees and sponsorship information, go to...

Duration:00:22:11

Dr. Sean Wise: 'Customers are the real people validating fintech ideas'

9/21/2017
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As Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and initial coin offerings push to new heights, top financial institutions and banks are rushing to figure out just what their future role will be around the blockchain. Join Tearsheet on September 25th to explore these advances in distributed ledger technology and to hear firsthand from institutions pushing on the edge of finance. To see the agenda, speakers and to get more information about purchasing a ticket or sponsoring the event, click on the events tab...

Duration:00:21:27

XE's Beric Farmer: 'Entrepreneurs can't get starstruck by people who seem to have all the answers'

9/14/2017
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As Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and initial coin offerings push to new heights, top financial institutions and banks are rushing to figure out just what their future role will be around the blockchain. Join Tearsheet on September 25th to explore these advances in distributed ledger technology and to hear firsthand from institutions pushing on the edge of finance. To see the agenda, speakers and to get more information about purchasing a ticket or sponsoring the event, click on the events tab...

Duration:00:28:08

WEX's Melissa Smith: 'In the financial marketplace, momentum matters'

8/31/2017
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As Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and initial coin offerings push to new heights, top financial institutions and banks are rushing to figure out just what their future role will be around the blockchain. Join Tearsheet this September to explore these advances in distributed ledger technology and to hear firsthand from institutions pushing on the edge of finance. To see the agenda, speakers and to get more information about purchasing a ticket or sponsoring the event, click on the events tab on...

Duration:00:19:55

StashInvest's Brandon Krieg: 'Big companies crave innovation but it's harder for them to move fast'

8/24/2017
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As Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and initial coin offerings push to new heights, top financial institutions and banks are rushing to figure out just what their future role will be around the blockchain. Join Tearsheet this September to explore these advances in distributed ledger technology and to hear firsthand from institutions pushing on the edge of finance. To see the agenda, speakers and to get more information about purchasing a ticket or sponsoring the event, go to...

Duration:00:20:03

Edison Partners' Chris Sugden: 'With growth equity, dogs are already eating the dog food'

8/16/2017
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Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast. I'm Zack Miller. As Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and initial coin offerings push to new heights, top financial institutions and banks are rushing to figure out just what their future role will be around the blockchain. Join Tearsheet this September to explore these advances in distributed ledger technology and to hear firsthand from institutions pushing on the edge of finance. To see the agenda, speakers and to get more information about purchasing a ticket or...

Duration:00:32:41

Money.net's Morgan Downey: "2016 was Bloomberg's 'Blackberry Moment"

8/10/2017
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Hundreds of millions of dollars — and in some cases, billions - have been spent trying to create a Bloomberg killer. So far, no one's come close to succeeding. But there's a chink in Bloomberg's armor. Except for 2009 in the throes of the financial crisis, for the first time since its founding in the early 80s, Bloomberg terminal sales declined last year. To Money.net's Morgan Downey that's Bloomberg's Blackberry Moment, the inflection point that shows that consumers are now able and willing...

Duration:00:25:54