Top Five Most Viewed Presentations at LendIt Fintech Europe 2018

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LendIt Fintech Europe blew the audience away at last month’s 2018 event edition in London. Whether you were there and want to re-visit some of the sessions, or if you were unable to attend but still want to benefit from the amazing content that was on offer, we thought you’d like to know that videos of all keynote presentations are now live and can be seen here.

Want to know what the top 5 most viewed presentations so far are? Then look no further!

The OakNorth Growth Story – from Startup to Profitable Unicorn

Joel Perlman of OakNorth Holdings tells the story of how a small startup has utilized new technology to become one of the most important fintech firms in Europe.

Technology’s Role in Financial Inclusion: Hype or Hope?

Financial inclusion has become a key driver behind many startup companies who see it as their mission to help the unbanked gain greater access to financial services. Shivani Siroya of Tala talked with the FT’s John Aglionby about the power of technology in helping people lift themselves out of poverty.

European IPOs: What’s Next for Funding Circle?

Funding Circle CEO Samir Desai talked with LendIt Fintech’s Peter Renton about the SME lender’s recent IPO and what’s next for the company.

Money Reimagined – The Customer Centric Approach to Disruption

Jaidev Janardana of Zopa sits down with the FT’s Andy Davis to discuss how the customer is helping to drive disruption in banking and how Zopa is using this approach to build a new age bank.

Open Banking, Fintech Innovation, Brexit and The Regulatory Landscape in Britain

The Rt Hon George Osborne CH sat for an can did Q&A with LendIt Fintech’s Peter Renton to discuss open banking, the broader fintech market, the impact of Brexit and the challenges regulators face to keep up with innovation.

Like what you see and can’t wait until next November? Then join us at our next event, LendIt Fintech USA, in San Francisco this coming April 8-9. Over 5,000 fintechs, banks, investors, regulators and media will attend to explore the latest in financial services innovation. Register today to join them.

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