6. Consumer credit and lending in FinTech

Airs on 2020-10-27

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Podcast Host

Kimberley Waldron

An award-winning marketer and entrepreneur, with 10 years + experience in the technology, retail, mobile and banking sectors. Kimberley’s career began in Manchester in independent music promotion, radio and online journalism.

In 2009, Kimberley Co-Founded international communications agency SkyParlour at 26 years of age. Ten years on, from its base in central Manchester, the business has amassed Fintech clients around the world from Palo Alto, to Munich, to Jakarta and back again to Cheadle.

Kimberley is co-chair of the Pro Manchester Fintech committee and industry advisor to the University of Salford Fintech MSc programme. She is also an active member of the Founders for Schools initiative and a mentor on the Tech Manchester mentoring programme.

Group CEO Quint Group

Greg Cox

Greg is a successful Fintech entrepreneur. He is the Group CEO of Quint Group and Co-Founder & Chairman of Acquired.  With businesses in the UK, USA, Poland and Australia, Greg remains hands-on and spends the majority of his time working on overall direction, operational excellence and strategy for his businesses. In parallel he is committed to the continual development of new opportunities, tech and products within the Quint Group and the wider Fintech sector. 

Commercial Strategist, Retail Banking at Minna Technologies

Hannah Lana Preston

Hannah has been a driving force behind the adoption of tech solutions by traditional banks for over 15 years, inspiring and guiding them to meet the needs of their customers in the digital age. Her work with some of the world’s leading software houses and start-ups has won Hannah widespread industry recognition and the title of Innovate Finance’s “Most Powerful Woman in Fintech”. Today Hannah is focusing on bringing power to modern consumers, in scaling the subscription economy, by working with leading banks to implement personal finance and subscription management solutions in digital and mobile banking channels.

COO & Founder Fintech Power50

Mark Walker

In 2018, Mark co-founded a new style of award, accolade and accelerator programme The Fintech Power50. Mark is also one of the owners and Editorial Director of The Fintech Times, a global multimedia news company, centred around the world’s first fintech newspaper.

Mark is an experienced and hands-on technologist and, prior to entering the Fintech space, early corporate successes led him to form his own enterprise software company, producing and selling to Universities and institutions.

Mark is also a former Senior Adviser at UK trade & investment, where he built contacts in technology, IoT and Smartcities sectors, as well as the investment and accelerator environment. With a passion for supporting both Start-up and Scale up organisations Mark worked at London & Partners as the tech and urban specialist on the Mayor’s international business programme, designed to help London companies internationalise.