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Danny Aranda, RippleCategories: Banking, Shared Ledgers

Daniel Aranda is Director of Business Development for Ripple Labs. He works with payment solutions providers to bring new Ripple-enabled products to market and manages adoption of the protocol by financial institutions in new and emerging markets. Prior to joining Ripple, Daniel worked on payments and technology, performing mergers and acquisitions for the technology industry and cofounded an enterprise donation startup. Daniel studied Diplomatic History at the University of Pennsylvania.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podast no. 282, edited 10th November 2016.

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Angie Judge, DexibitCategories: Business Models, Identity

Angie Judge has a background in marketing, sales and strategy with international companies such as HP and Amdocs. She is now CEO of Dexibit, the New Zealand startup that aim to help museums and cultural centres to gain insight through the use of mobile phones and bog data. Dexibit won the startup challenge at the Payments NZ “The Point” conference in Auckland and I thought they were so interesting that I made a podcast with her!

Tomorrow’s Transactions podast no. 281, edited 2nd December 2016.

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Jill Carlson, ChainCategories: Banking, Shared Ledgers

Jill Carlson joined Goldman Sachs after graduating from Harvard and began a career in conventional financial services before being bitten by the blockchain bug. She moved to the UK for an M.Sc at Oxford (where her dissertation was on Cryptocurrency) and a spell at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance before joining Chain. Chain build permissioned blockchains for companies including Visa, the subject of this podcast.

I’d urge you to take a look at the Chain white paper as well!

Tomorrow’s Transactions podast no. 280, edited 10th November 2016.

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The podcast includes “stingers” from Apple Garageband that are copyright Apple and licensed as follows: You may use the Apple and third party audio loop content (Audio Content), contained in or otherwise included with the Apple Software, on a royalty-free basis, to create your own original music compositions or audio projects. You may broadcast and/or distribute your own music compositions or audio projects that were created using the Audio Content, however, individual audio loops may not be commercially or otherwise distributed on a standalone basis, nor may they be repackaged in whole or in part as audio samples, sound effects or music beds.

Marta Krupinska, co-founder of AzimoCategories: Payments, Remittances

Marta Krupinska is co-Founder of one of the fastest growing companies in the global FinTech space, Azimo, disrupting the $690bn remittance industry.

She was recognized by Forbes as one of 30 Under 30 in Finance in 2016, by Business Insider as one of 40 coolest people in UK Finch in 2016, by City AM as one of 100 Most Influential Women in London in 2016, by Innovate Finance as one of 100 most important Women in Fintech in 2014 in the UK and by Puls Biznesu as one of 10 most important Polish Businesswomen in 2015.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast no. 279, edited 10th November 2016.

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The podcast includes “stingers” from Apple Garageband that are copyright Apple and licensed as follows: You may use the Apple and third party audio loop content (Audio Content), contained in or otherwise included with the Apple Software, on a royalty-free basis, to create your own original music compositions or audio projects. You may broadcast and/or distribute your own music compositions or audio projects that were created using the Audio Content, however, individual audio loops may not be commercially or otherwise distributed on a standalone basis, nor may they be repackaged in whole or in part as audio samples, sound effects or music beds.

Katie Evans, Money and Mental HealthCategories: Money

Katie Evans is the Head of Research & Policy at the Money and Mental Health Institute, a charity set up in Spring 2016 by Martin Lewis (the founder of Money Saving Expert, the UK’s biggest money site). It will conduct research and develop policies for banks, lenders, regulators, the health service and government to help people with mental health problems protect themselves from financial difficulties and get out of debt.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast no. 278, edited 2nd November 2016.

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The podcast includes “stingers” from Apple Garageband that are copyright Apple and licensed as follows: You may use the Apple and third party audio loop content (Audio Content), contained in or otherwise included with the Apple Software, on a royalty-free basis, to create your own original music compositions or audio projects. You may broadcast and/or distribute your own music compositions or audio projects that were created using the Audio Content, however, individual audio loops may not be commercially or otherwise distributed on a standalone basis, nor may they be repackaged in whole or in part as audio samples, sound effects or music beds.

Kosta Peric, Gates FoundationCategories: Banking, Business Models, Identity, Inclusion

Kosta Peric is deputy director for the Financial Services for the Poor initiative at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, in charge of payments. Previously he was the chief architect of SWIFNet, SWIFT’s global secure network connecting 10,000 financial institutions and corporates in the world, and co-founder of Innotribe, SWIFT’s initiative to enable collaborative innovation in financial services.

In this podcast, he recapitaluates the need for digital identity in the context of financial inclusion and discusses the concept of bottom-up identity.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast no. 277, edited 20th October 2016.

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The podcast includes “stingers” from Apple Garageband that are copyright Apple and licensed as follows: You may use the Apple and third party audio loop content (Audio Content), contained in or otherwise included with the Apple Software, on a royalty-free basis, to create your own original music compositions or audio projects. You may broadcast and/or distribute your own music compositions or audio projects that were created using the Audio Content, however, individual audio loops may not be commercially or otherwise distributed on a standalone basis, nor may they be repackaged in whole or in part as audio samples, sound effects or music beds.

Katryna Dow, MeecoCategories: Business Models, Identity

Katryna Dow is the founder of Meeco; an award winning personal data platform. Prior to Meeco she founded a operated a strategy consulting practice. As a consultant, Katryna has extensive global experience in strategy to execution roles in start-ups to major corporate change and implementation and projects. Katryna has held leadership positions and delivered projects in the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, United States and India. Her industry sector experience includes information technology, financial services, health services and human resources.

In 2011 she co-founded Zemu, a think tank and incubator to explore commercialisation and business models across the emerging personal information sector. In August 2012, following the successful strategy development of the business model she founded Meeco. Katryna initially self-funded Meeco, before raising seed capital in January 2014, enabling Meeco to launch it’s first public platform in July 2014. She currently splits her time between Europe and Australia where Meeco has offices and development teams.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast no. 276, edited 6th October 2016.

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The podcast includes “stingers” from Apple Garageband that are copyright Apple and licensed as follows: You may use the Apple and third party audio loop content (Audio Content), contained in or otherwise included with the Apple Software, on a royalty-free basis, to create your own original music compositions or audio projects. You may broadcast and/or distribute your own music compositions or audio projects that were created using the Audio Content, however, individual audio loops may not be commercially or otherwise distributed on a standalone basis, nor may they be repackaged in whole or in part as audio samples, sound effects or music beds.

Robin Tombs, YotiCategories: Business Models, Identity

Robin Tombs started life as an accountant with a degree in Economics and Politics from Bristol University. He then went on to become a successful serial entrepreneur, founding companies in the games space. Having more than once run into the problem of online identity in that space, he decided to do something about it and founded Yoti.

Yoti is your ID, on your phone”.

With a cameo from the CTO at Yoti, Paco Garcia!

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast no. 275, edited 11th September 2016.

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The podcast includes “stingers” from Apple Garageband that are copyright Apple and licensed as follows: You may use the Apple and third party audio loop content (Audio Content), contained in or otherwise included with the Apple Software, on a royalty-free basis, to create your own original music compositions or audio projects. You may broadcast and/or distribute your own music compositions or audio projects that were created using the Audio Content, however, individual audio loops may not be commercially or otherwise distributed on a standalone basis, nor may they be repackaged in whole or in part as audio samples, sound effects or music beds.

David True, NYPAYCategories: Payments

David True is the President of NYPAY, the New York Payment Professionals group. He is Managing Director of Broadly Curious Advisors, which consults on payments, loyalty and rewards, and mobile delivery channels. He has over 25 years of experience in all aspects of payments and has worked in senior roles at American Express, MasterCard, and a European VC firm in addition to his roles. David writes widely on payments and mobile commerce, advises buy-side money managers on payments issues, works with multiple startups, and speaks frequently at industry events. David has a BA in English Literature and Composition from Binghamton University and an MBA from University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

In this podcast David talks about the now annual CHYP/NYPAY Unconference, held in Manhattan on 7th September 2016.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast no. 274, edited 11th September 2016.

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The podcast includes “stingers” from Apple Garageband that are copyright Apple and licensed as follows: You may use the Apple and third party audio loop content (Audio Content), contained in or otherwise included with the Apple Software, on a royalty-free basis, to create your own original music compositions or audio projects. You may broadcast and/or distribute your own music compositions or audio projects that were created using the Audio Content, however, individual audio loops may not be commercially or otherwise distributed on a standalone basis, nor may they be repackaged in whole or in part as audio samples, sound effects or music beds.

Nathalie Oestmann, Samsung PayCategories: Mobile, Payments

Nathalie Oestmann is the head of Samsung Pay for Europe. In this role, Nathalie is responsible for the development and roll-out of this exciting new service across the region. Samsung Pay is part of the wave of innovative financial payment solutions that will change the payments landscape and for those involved will certainly improve the value proposition, brand and competitiveness of business offerings.

Prior to joining Samsung Pay, Nathalie worked at American Express for over 15 years. During this time she was Global Marketing Vice President responsible for B2B Product Development and Marketing for the American Express franchise business that issues American Express branded cards through bank partners around the globe.

Nathalie has an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s degree from Cornell University in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast no.273, edited 9th August 2016.

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