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Christine Duhaime, DFICategories: Inclusion

Christine Duhaime practices law with Duhaime Law in Toronto and Vancouver, where she has a specialized counter-terrorist financing and anti-money laundering law practice and is a Certified Financial Crime and Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, a U.S. certification. She has a broad range of legal experience in M&A, corporate transactions, contract drafting, resolution of business and shareholder disputes, regulatory registrations, permitting and approvals, hearings relating to various regulatory matters, securities law regulation, and corporate compliance matters and immigration programs.

Christine is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Digital Finance Institute, the subject of this podcast. It is a think tank for independent research that engages for solutions via public-private partnerships to balance the emerging regulatory needs of digital financial services and products in ways that foster FinTech innovation and reduce financial inclusion problems.

Edited 23rd May 2016.

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Gary Munro, Consult HyperionCategories: Acquiring, Card, Payments

Gary is a Principal Consultant with Consult Hyperion. He joined them from Gemalto, where he led the Point of Sale (POS) Division in the UK and the Republic of Ireland, prior to and during its acquisition by VeriFone. He has over 25 years experience in electronic payments, with over 11 years experience of tailoring POS solutions to meet the specific requirements of the larger UK Acquirers, including Worldpay and HSBC Merchant Services.

He chaired this year’s Merchant Payment Ecosystems conference in Berlin, the subject of this podcast.

Gary leads Consult Hyperion’s Mobile POS (mPOS) activities, advising retail banks and start‐ups on the hardware and software solutions that best meet their commercial and functional requirements. In parallel he has helped Payment Schemes to define their functional and security requirements for mPOS devices and services, authored EMV contact and contactless card and terminal specifications for major payment schemes and helped the Mobile Network Operators with their payment focused TSM services.

Edited 16th April 2016.

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Dominic Frisby author of “Bitcoin: The Future of Money?”Categories: Cryptocurrencies, Money

Dominic is MoneyWeek’s commentator on gold and commodities – and is a private investor, focusing on junior mining companies. He is the presenter and producer of Frisby’s Bulls & Bears – an internet radio show in which he discusses financial and economic matters with leading lights of the sector.

He’s also a writer, comedian, podcaster and thoroughly nice guy and you’ll discover in this chat around bitcoin. He wrote a book about it, by the way.

Edited 7th May 2016.

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Brett King, author of “Augmented”Categories: Technology

Brett King is the founder and CEO of Moven, wrote the bestsellers BANK 2.0 and Bank 3.0, and was named “Innovator of the Year” by American Banker and Bank Technology News Magazines. His radio show “Breaking Banks” is the top fintech show in the world!

Brett is a global thought leader in financial services, but this podcast is because his new book “Augmented: Life in the Smart Lane” is out this week!

Edited 3rd May 2016.

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Jeremy Allaire, CircleCategories: Cryptocurrencies, Mobile Pyaments, Money

Jeremy Allaire is the Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer at Circle Internet Financial, Inc. He was CTO of Adobe Macromedia Software before founding Brightcove, Inc. in April 2004, where he served as its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 2004 to March 31, 2013. He served as Special Advisor to the Board of Ping Identity.

In the UK, Barclays is providing Circle the infrastructure to operate in the UK and the company has received an e-money licence from the Financial Conduct Authority, which has granted about 80 such permissions although this is the first one for a company operating a digital currency.

In this podcast, with co-founder Sean Neville, he talks about where Circle came from and where it is going.

Edited 28th April 2016.

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Richard Brown, CTO at R3Categories: Banking, Blockchain, Innovation, Shared Ledgers

Richard Brown in the Chief Technology Officer and MD at R3 CEV, an alliance of global banks, designing and delivering advanced distributed/shared ledger technologies to global financial markets. R3 have just announced their Corda shared ledger platform, the subject of this podcast.

Richard was formerly Executive Architect for Industry Innovation and Business Development for IBM’s Banking and Financial Markets business in the UK where he obtained extensive experience of integrating complex systems for Financial Markets and Payments clients. He is well known as a writer, speaker and adviser on the implications and opportunities of block chain and cryptocurrency technologies on the existing financial system (he wrote IBM’s first paper on the subject).

Edited 16th April 2016.

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Shachar Bialick, CurveCategories: Card, Payments

Shachar Bialick is the Founder of Curve, a card and app combination product that allow customers to select which cards they want to use on a per transaction basis. The proposition is targetted at travellers and small business people who want to manage multiple card accounts through a single physical card.

Edited 5th March  2016.

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George Evers, VocaLinkCategories: Instant Payments, Payments

George Evers is the Head of International Product Development, Immediate Payments for VocaLink. George has spent many years driving technology innovation in banking and has a global perspective on the growth and development of immediate settlement  payment systems.

In this podcast, George shares some of his thoughts on the evolution of instant payments.

Edited 13th March 2016.

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Andy Hall, Forgerock

At the European Payment Summit, Dutch systems integrator Everett gave a very good demo of how bank authentication systems should work across channels. They were using the ForgeRock identity management suite of products to do this, so I thought I’d talk to Andy Hall, the Director of Product Management at Forgerock, to understand how the product suite is developing.

Before ForgeRock, Andy ran Product Management at Oracle for the Desktop Virtualization product set which includes Oracle VM VirtualBox and Oracle VDI, and predating this, he was at Sun Microsystems with responsibility for the Sun Secure Global Desktop Software which was acquired from Tarantella.

Edited 13th March 2016.

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Angus Scott, EuroclearCategories: Banking, Blockchain, Innovation

Angus Scott is the Director of Product Strategy and Innovation at Euroclear, responsible for their innovation and diversification initiatives, and the Chief Executive of Euroclear Market Solutions, Euroclear’s vehicle for non-traditional products.

Euroclear is the pre-eminent provider of post-trade services. It provides settlement, safe-keeping and servicing of domestic and cross-border securities, from bonds, equities and derivatives to investment funds. They connect over 2,000 financial market participants across the globe and ensure securities transactions are processed safely and efficiently. It holds assets worth more than €27 TRILLION and settles nearly €700 TRILLION per annum.

In this podcast, he talks about the potential for shared ledger technology in that world.

Edited 4th March  2016.

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