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Episode 6: On The Money

THE RISE OF BANKING-AS-A-SERVICE

At a fundamental level, Banking-as-a-Service allows non-banks to access and offer services that have previously only been afforded to traditional financial institutions with banking licences. In a world driven by seamless digital experience, BaaS is fast becoming a major focus for financial institutions and specialist Fintech’s, opening up new revenue streams, whilst providing improved customer experiences for the end users.

But Banking-as-a-Service is still in its infancy; how it will mature over time, who will lead the market, and the true extent of the opportunities on offer are still yet to be realised. This episode of On the Money, with a panel of industry leaders joining us, answers those questions and explores the current and future BaaS landscape.

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SPEAKERS

PANELLIST

Louisa Murray
COO, UK and Europe,
Railsbank

PANELLIST

Nick Ogden
Founder, WorldPay, Cashflows,
ClearBank

PANELLIST

Eric Mouilleron
Founder, CEO,
Bankable

PANELLIST

Krishna Chandran
Managing Director Partnerships,
Solarisbank

MODERATOR

Chris Owen
Head of UK Next Gen Banking
Capgemini Invent

HOST

Mark Johnstone
Director and Host
MoneyNext

WHAT WAS COVERED?

  • What does the current BaaS landscape look like and how has it developed?
  • Is BaaS a threat to traditional banks or an opportunity?
  • How is BaaS being regulated? Does that regulation need to change?
  • How can BaaS be used to improve financial inclusion and reach the unbanked?
  • How will the BaaS ecosystem change over the next few years?

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