Meet the fintechs hoping to change the world

06 Apr 2022
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Meet the fintechs hoping to change the world

06 Apr 2022
About the speakers
  • Phoebe Singer
    Phoebe Singer
    Marketing and Communication Manager at mmob
    Singer has been mmob's Marketing and Communications Analyst since February 2021. Phoebe graduated from the University of Warwick with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and has previously worked with the financial software company, Finastra.
  • James Goodwin
    James Goodwin
    Director of Business Development at mmob
    Goodwin has been the Director of Business Development since October 2021. Prior to his position at mmob, James worked at the London Stock Exchange Group for over six years, and gained experience as a Financial Reporting Analyst at WPP.
  • Tom Bennet
    Tom Bennet
    Product & Marketing Manage at Trulioo
    Bennet has been the Product and Marketing Manager at Trulioo since May 2021. Previously Bennet acted as Principal Consultant at Live Wire Marketing Communications for more than five years. Tom graduated from the University of Kent with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Anthropology.
  • Mikkel Skarnager
    Mikkel Skarnager
    SVP, Product at Trulioo
    Mikkel Skarnager co-founded HelloFlow, the innovative no-code digital workflow and onboarding solution, now a part of Trulioo. He previously led Digital Transformation at Saxo Bank.
  • Henrik Rosvall
    Henrik Rosvall
    CEO at Dreams
    Rosvall is the CEO and Founder of Dreams, the financial wellness platform. Prior to founding Dreams more than eight years ago, Henrik was the Marketing Manager at Avanza Bank.
  • József Nyíri
    József Nyíri
    CEO at Finshape
    József is a hands-on innovator and growth leader with more than 15 years of fintech experience. Successfully built up digital innovation based technologies at IND and W.UP, now Co-CEO of Finshape.

Key takeaways

Financial services can be pushed to consumers in a non-personalised way. Giving access relevant services at the point of need changes the game.

To win the race for digital customers banks really need to understand the needs of those customers with personalised banking.

Providing technology that helps companies make identity verifications will help to streamline processes and prevent fraud.

The future is uncertain. Helping people to take control of their finances provides stability.