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Fintech 5 is a glimpse behind the scenes with the game changers in money and technology. Jason Henrichs gets a quick 5 minutes with guests, and wastes no time trying to probe what drives and influences industry leaders.

Latest Episodes

David Reiling – The Sun Rises on an Equal Playing Field

In the age of innovation, it is now more important than ever to find technology solutions at every financial level. David Reiling, CEO of Sunrise Bank, explains how they built a strategy on inclusivity and underserved populations, where customer driven innovation powered their rapid growth and when the community succeeds, banking succeeds. David Reiling: David Reiling is a social entrepreneur, who is an innovator in community development finance and financial inclusion. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Sunrise Banks and has been in the community development banking industry for more than 25 years. Under David’s leadership, Sunrise Banks became the first Minnesota bank certified as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), a certified B-Corp, a legal Benefit Corporation, and a member of the Global Alliance of Banking on Values. Sunrise has grown its assets and social and environmental impact tenfold since David’s arrival in 1995. Sunrise’s total assets exceed $1.4 ...

12 MIN2018 APR 21
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David Reiling – The Sun Rises on an Equal Playing Field

Michelle Tinsley – Branches will Adapt

Michelle Tinsley isn't so ready to kiss the bank branch goodbye. As an expert in retail digital transformation, she thinks that the personal will become more valuable, not less, as technology continues to become an greater part of our environments. Branches are using a combination of creating co-working spaces and mixed environments to change the experience. It will go far beyond putting a coffee shop in the lobby though. The same augmented reality that will empower consumers will change the nature of branches and how they will be of real service. Michelle Tinsley: Technologist. Angel Investor. Board Member (of a $9B company). These are just a few of Michelle Tinsley’s “titles.” And Founder of Tinsley Retail Insights. After 26 years at Intel in technology, payments, finance, strategy, and sales capacities, Tinsley has built a reputation as a leader in retail digital transformation. During her last six years at Intel, and following 14 years of IOT (Internet of Things) and embedded...

7 MIN2018 MAR 1
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Michelle Tinsley – Branches will Adapt

Michael Prins – Hacker for Good

YOU'VE BEEN HACKED. Three words no financial institution wants to hear. Financial losses that might not be covered depending on whose at fault. Answering to angry customers and regulators. How do you guarantee that it won't happen again. Michiel Prins is a professional hacker, but instead of exploiting vulnerabilities, he is alerting companies to their vulnerabilities. Michiel and his friends started coding as a kid, and began writing software programs as a teen. As he progressed, he realized that software code almost always has minor mistakes- mistakes that can lead to security vulnerabilities. He and his friends made a game of finding the mistakes. They would then attempt to warn the companies. Bio: Michiel Prins tries to make the internet safer one bounty at a time. All kidding aside, he has helped many organizations ranging from mid-sized companies to large enterprises and governments build out vulnerability disclosure processes and formalize bug bounty programs. Through HackerO...

10 MIN2017 DEC 5
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Michael Prins – Hacker for Good

Jake Tyler: AI as Personal Financial Assistant

Jake Tyler wants you to control your money with the ease that you ask Alexa for the weather or Siri for the best ramen in town. He and his partners have built Finn.ai. Think Siri, or Google, but for banking. So, why not use Siri or Google? Finn.ai works exclusively with banks so it can truly access the data that the bank has. It also increases the usability and improves the experience of the banks app. Finn.ai's natural voice recognition program has been trained in over a 1000 questions that have to do with your money, your accounts, your credit, all in an effort to help you. AI could be the best kind of personal financial manager to bring professional, nonjudgmental service to those that need the service most. Because AI has no judgement, humans can be more frank about their decisions with AI. This helps eliminate a lot of the shame around money and financial decision making that can paralyze those who need the help most. Jake and his team don't want to disrupt your financial lives...

6 MIN2017 NOV 22
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Jake Tyler: AI as Personal Financial Assistant

Michael Diamond- Midwest Bank Balancer

Michael Diamond, SVP and GM of Payments at Mitek Systems, wants you to know he is from Wisconsin. He is not some soft beach dweller. And that background has given him the resilience, grit, and character to close deals in Silicon Valley. Mitek provides a lot of the background technology for identity in Mobile channels. If you want a pedigree- remember the Progressive Insurance commercial where Flo tells about getting an Auto Insurance quote with just a pic of your driver's license? Mitek software enabled that. Michael thinks that banks should be focusing on encouraging customer adoption of mobile integrated services rather than getting too enamored with new toys like AI bots. Making sure you take the route you need to take, and fostering customer adoption at the same time can be critical to not losing your business as you prepare for the future. BIO: Michael Diamond is a proven business leader with an entrepreneurial spirit and a strong track record for leading organizations in fast ...

8 MIN2017 NOV 16
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Michael Diamond- Midwest Bank Balancer

Elisa Moussa: Let’s make payments as easy as the tech

There is nothing like being stuck in a foreign country without your wallet to make mobile payments vividly imperative. Elise Moussa founded Snapay to solve the problem of in store mobile payments. To do that, she needed to make the process as painless for the merchants as it would be for the customer. She saw that the hardware and cost to a merchant was too large a barrier, and hence was a barrier to the customer too. So, she phoned an engineer friend, told him to drop everything, and together they created Snapay. Snapay is a mobile payments platform that is using cryptocurrency to serve the underbanked. It has a large European bank as a banking partner. And it is an easy download for both the merchant and the customer, who can both put in their bank account information, and use the app almost immediately. Snapay is issuing an ICO today to allow a more democratic process in fundraising and allow her loyal customers to participate in the venture funding. Let's hope Elise's next eurek...

8 MIN2017 NOV 7
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Elisa Moussa: Let’s make payments as easy as the tech

Mike Laven_Hopeful but not Utopian

The only constant is change. And the only sure thing is disruption. Which is why Mike Laven doesn't think of it as disruptive at all, but as part of the natural evolution of the world, constantly making things work faster. Maybe he got that insight from his mother, who at 93, was still the greatest person he knew. Mike Laven, CEO of Currency Cloud, claims not to be Utopian, but he is obviously working at making money work better for everyone. Produced by Rachel Morrissey, Senior Producer, Provoke Media

10 MIN2017 OCT 12
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Mike Laven_Hopeful but not Utopian

Dave Matter_Fintech Sandhog

Fintech- The new tech that is being developed to enhance financial services. Sandhog: member of elite team of tunnel and foundation builders who make it so we can travel swiftly and safely on bridges and tunnels. Financial services is undergoing a massive infrastructure overhaul. As money can now move faster and cheaper, it also needs to move safer.At Marqeta, Dave led his team to recreate the payment foundations that other fintech innovators can build on. And that is why I am giving Dave Matter, the Chief Product Officer at Marqeta, the title of Fintech Sandhog. Produced by Rachel Morrissey, Senior Producer, Provoke Media

6 MIN2017 OCT 12
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Dave Matter_Fintech Sandhog

Noah Breslow- Pre-approved

Noah Breslow has spent a decade in the fintech trenches and if you ask him about disruption, he rolls his eyes. He is really over the term disruptive. He thinks that is just a synonym for life. But it doesn't change the fact that he has been part of a business inciting change for his entire career. And when it comes to the changes in lending markets and products, he has had a front seat to the entire landscape shifting. Produced by Rachel Morrissey, Senior Producer, Provoke Media

6 MIN2017 OCT 6
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Noah Breslow- Pre-approved

Travis Dulaney- Payments Plumber

Travis Dulaney is a payments guru. Founder and CEO/CTO of Push Payments, he has over 20 years of experience working in payments and has been on the forefront of the digitalization of money. His list of professional accomplishments include serving on the Fed's Faster Payments Task Force that recently gave guidelines to update the entire US system of payments, and designed and developed a CRM chargeback system to which interfaced with Visa / MasterCard while enforcing Reg E regulations for call contact center disputes. Whether deep in the code or in the boardroom he is perfectly at home. Produced by Rachel Morrissey, Senior Producer, Provoke Media

15 MIN2017 OCT 5
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Travis Dulaney- Payments Plumber

Latest Episodes

David Reiling – The Sun Rises on an Equal Playing Field

In the age of innovation, it is now more important than ever to find technology solutions at every financial level. David Reiling, CEO of Sunrise Bank, explains how they built a strategy on inclusivity and underserved populations, where customer driven innovation powered their rapid growth and when the community succeeds, banking succeeds. David Reiling: David Reiling is a social entrepreneur, who is an innovator in community development finance and financial inclusion. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Sunrise Banks and has been in the community development banking industry for more than 25 years. Under David’s leadership, Sunrise Banks became the first Minnesota bank certified as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), a certified B-Corp, a legal Benefit Corporation, and a member of the Global Alliance of Banking on Values. Sunrise has grown its assets and social and environmental impact tenfold since David’s arrival in 1995. Sunrise’s total assets exceed $1.4 ...

12 MIN2018 APR 21
Comments
David Reiling – The Sun Rises on an Equal Playing Field

Michelle Tinsley – Branches will Adapt

Michelle Tinsley isn't so ready to kiss the bank branch goodbye. As an expert in retail digital transformation, she thinks that the personal will become more valuable, not less, as technology continues to become an greater part of our environments. Branches are using a combination of creating co-working spaces and mixed environments to change the experience. It will go far beyond putting a coffee shop in the lobby though. The same augmented reality that will empower consumers will change the nature of branches and how they will be of real service. Michelle Tinsley: Technologist. Angel Investor. Board Member (of a $9B company). These are just a few of Michelle Tinsley’s “titles.” And Founder of Tinsley Retail Insights. After 26 years at Intel in technology, payments, finance, strategy, and sales capacities, Tinsley has built a reputation as a leader in retail digital transformation. During her last six years at Intel, and following 14 years of IOT (Internet of Things) and embedded...

7 MIN2018 MAR 1
Comments
Michelle Tinsley – Branches will Adapt

Michael Prins – Hacker for Good

YOU'VE BEEN HACKED. Three words no financial institution wants to hear. Financial losses that might not be covered depending on whose at fault. Answering to angry customers and regulators. How do you guarantee that it won't happen again. Michiel Prins is a professional hacker, but instead of exploiting vulnerabilities, he is alerting companies to their vulnerabilities. Michiel and his friends started coding as a kid, and began writing software programs as a teen. As he progressed, he realized that software code almost always has minor mistakes- mistakes that can lead to security vulnerabilities. He and his friends made a game of finding the mistakes. They would then attempt to warn the companies. Bio: Michiel Prins tries to make the internet safer one bounty at a time. All kidding aside, he has helped many organizations ranging from mid-sized companies to large enterprises and governments build out vulnerability disclosure processes and formalize bug bounty programs. Through HackerO...

10 MIN2017 DEC 5
Comments
Michael Prins – Hacker for Good

Jake Tyler: AI as Personal Financial Assistant

Jake Tyler wants you to control your money with the ease that you ask Alexa for the weather or Siri for the best ramen in town. He and his partners have built Finn.ai. Think Siri, or Google, but for banking. So, why not use Siri or Google? Finn.ai works exclusively with banks so it can truly access the data that the bank has. It also increases the usability and improves the experience of the banks app. Finn.ai's natural voice recognition program has been trained in over a 1000 questions that have to do with your money, your accounts, your credit, all in an effort to help you. AI could be the best kind of personal financial manager to bring professional, nonjudgmental service to those that need the service most. Because AI has no judgement, humans can be more frank about their decisions with AI. This helps eliminate a lot of the shame around money and financial decision making that can paralyze those who need the help most. Jake and his team don't want to disrupt your financial lives...

6 MIN2017 NOV 22
Comments
Jake Tyler: AI as Personal Financial Assistant

Michael Diamond- Midwest Bank Balancer

Michael Diamond, SVP and GM of Payments at Mitek Systems, wants you to know he is from Wisconsin. He is not some soft beach dweller. And that background has given him the resilience, grit, and character to close deals in Silicon Valley. Mitek provides a lot of the background technology for identity in Mobile channels. If you want a pedigree- remember the Progressive Insurance commercial where Flo tells about getting an Auto Insurance quote with just a pic of your driver's license? Mitek software enabled that. Michael thinks that banks should be focusing on encouraging customer adoption of mobile integrated services rather than getting too enamored with new toys like AI bots. Making sure you take the route you need to take, and fostering customer adoption at the same time can be critical to not losing your business as you prepare for the future. BIO: Michael Diamond is a proven business leader with an entrepreneurial spirit and a strong track record for leading organizations in fast ...

8 MIN2017 NOV 16
Comments
Michael Diamond- Midwest Bank Balancer

Elisa Moussa: Let’s make payments as easy as the tech

There is nothing like being stuck in a foreign country without your wallet to make mobile payments vividly imperative. Elise Moussa founded Snapay to solve the problem of in store mobile payments. To do that, she needed to make the process as painless for the merchants as it would be for the customer. She saw that the hardware and cost to a merchant was too large a barrier, and hence was a barrier to the customer too. So, she phoned an engineer friend, told him to drop everything, and together they created Snapay. Snapay is a mobile payments platform that is using cryptocurrency to serve the underbanked. It has a large European bank as a banking partner. And it is an easy download for both the merchant and the customer, who can both put in their bank account information, and use the app almost immediately. Snapay is issuing an ICO today to allow a more democratic process in fundraising and allow her loyal customers to participate in the venture funding. Let's hope Elise's next eurek...

8 MIN2017 NOV 7
Comments
Elisa Moussa: Let’s make payments as easy as the tech

Mike Laven_Hopeful but not Utopian

The only constant is change. And the only sure thing is disruption. Which is why Mike Laven doesn't think of it as disruptive at all, but as part of the natural evolution of the world, constantly making things work faster. Maybe he got that insight from his mother, who at 93, was still the greatest person he knew. Mike Laven, CEO of Currency Cloud, claims not to be Utopian, but he is obviously working at making money work better for everyone. Produced by Rachel Morrissey, Senior Producer, Provoke Media

10 MIN2017 OCT 12
Comments
Mike Laven_Hopeful but not Utopian

Dave Matter_Fintech Sandhog

Fintech- The new tech that is being developed to enhance financial services. Sandhog: member of elite team of tunnel and foundation builders who make it so we can travel swiftly and safely on bridges and tunnels. Financial services is undergoing a massive infrastructure overhaul. As money can now move faster and cheaper, it also needs to move safer.At Marqeta, Dave led his team to recreate the payment foundations that other fintech innovators can build on. And that is why I am giving Dave Matter, the Chief Product Officer at Marqeta, the title of Fintech Sandhog. Produced by Rachel Morrissey, Senior Producer, Provoke Media

6 MIN2017 OCT 12
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Dave Matter_Fintech Sandhog

Noah Breslow- Pre-approved

Noah Breslow has spent a decade in the fintech trenches and if you ask him about disruption, he rolls his eyes. He is really over the term disruptive. He thinks that is just a synonym for life. But it doesn't change the fact that he has been part of a business inciting change for his entire career. And when it comes to the changes in lending markets and products, he has had a front seat to the entire landscape shifting. Produced by Rachel Morrissey, Senior Producer, Provoke Media

6 MIN2017 OCT 6
Comments
Noah Breslow- Pre-approved

Travis Dulaney- Payments Plumber

Travis Dulaney is a payments guru. Founder and CEO/CTO of Push Payments, he has over 20 years of experience working in payments and has been on the forefront of the digitalization of money. His list of professional accomplishments include serving on the Fed's Faster Payments Task Force that recently gave guidelines to update the entire US system of payments, and designed and developed a CRM chargeback system to which interfaced with Visa / MasterCard while enforcing Reg E regulations for call contact center disputes. Whether deep in the code or in the boardroom he is perfectly at home. Produced by Rachel Morrissey, Senior Producer, Provoke Media

15 MIN2017 OCT 5
Comments
Travis Dulaney- Payments Plumber
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