TechLaw Podcast: The Future of FinTech (Part 1)

TechLaw Podcast Series


Our two-part Future of FinTech podcast series looks at the challenges, opportunities and risks within this burgeoning sector. Part one focuses on the issue of diversity, regulation and policy within the financial services sector.

The host, Anthony Day, has extensive experience with advising large corporate financial institutions on complex technology transformation projects globally. Anthony is joined by Georgia Hanias, Head of Global Communications and Diversity Programmes at Innovate Finance, and Sameer Gulati, a Policy Advisor at Innovate Finance. Georgia brings a wealth of experience running a series of initiatives focusing on diversity and the women leaders who make up the FinTech community. Sameer brings experience from working with Innovative Finance members and strategic partners by providing political, public policy and regulatory guidance.

Part one features discussion from the participants around two key areas:

  • The challenges and opportunities regarding access to a diverse workforce.
    A fast-paced market and external factors such as Brexit can create challenges in relation to a diversified workforce. This section explores the primary challenges and opportunities that FinTech is seeing for diversity in the financial technology sector.
  • Regulation and policy: facilitating or hindering the expansion of the FinTech industry?
    The changing regulatory landscape affects incumbents and challengers alike. This section explores the key policy challenges and opportunities to accelerating the expansion of the financial technology industry.

Don't miss part two of the Future of FinTech, which discusses the opportunities, challenges and risks brought about by digital transformation within FinTech. Do keep an eye out for further podcasts from us in the TechLaw series, as we explore the influence of emerging technologies in business and the wider society.

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