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John Elliott talks to Eric Reese, ByteMarkCategories: Payments, Transport

Eric is CEO and President of ByteMark. In this podcast, John Elliott talks to Eric about ByteMark latest offerings in Automatic Fare Collection and MaaS at Transport Ticketing Global 2020, London. The article John mentions about open-loop in the US can be read here: https://www.intelligenttransport.com/transport-articles/78096/open-loop-payments-united-states/

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 323, edited 30 Jan 2020.

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Dave Birch talks to Keith Douglas about the future of the payment industry

In this podcast Dave Birch and Keith Douglas, EVP Mastercard Payment Gateway Services, are discussing market trends shaping the future of the payment industry in Europe and the role the Gateway plays in driving this change.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 321, edited 8th January 2020.

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Dave Birch talks to Keith Douglas about MPE

In this podcast Dave Birch talks to Keith Douglas about one of the major events in the industry, MPE and the hot topics that will be discussed at the event this year. In the next podcast they will deep-dive into the market trends shaping the industry in Europe.

Keith Douglas joined Mastercard Payment Gateway Services as Executive Vice President in June 2018. As the leader of the Gateway team, Keith is responsible for design and execution of international Gateway Services strategy in strong partnership with key regional stakeholders.

Prior to joining the Mastercard team, Keith spent the previous four years in North America as the Segment Leader and Executive Vice President, Regional Banks. Keith brings over 25 years of financial industry experience, including marketing sales and product management experience.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 320, edited 2nd January 2020.

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Judith Munro, Vice-Principal of Brockenhurst CollegeCategories: Mobile, Mobile Pyaments, Money, Payments

Judith Munro is the Vice-Principal at Brockenhurst College, a sixth-form college with 2,700 students located in the heart of England’s beautiful New Forest. In this capacity, she has been travelling to China to work with a sister institution.

As a foreigner who is often in China, she has experienced at first hand the revolution in retail payments there. Now WeChat and Alipay have opended up to foreign cards so that visitors (eg, Judith) can now use the Chinese wallets, which is the subject of this podcast.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 319, edited 22nd October 2019.

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John Elliott talks to Ben Whitaker, MasabiCategories: Payments, Transport

Ben is one of the founders of Masabi who have evolved through mobile payments into transit ticketing. In this podcast, John Elliott talks to Ben about Masabi’s latest offering, Fare Payments as a Service and how this relates to Mobility as a Service (MaaS).

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 318, edited 9 December 2019.

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John Elliott talks to Steve CassidyCategories: Payments, Transport

Steve Cassidy has worked in the mobility industry for many years and is one of the founders of the new company Fuse Mobility. Steve was previously CEO of Viaqqio who provided Scotland’s first Mobility as a Service (MaaS) deployment, NaviGoGo.

In this podcast, John Elliott talks to Steve about MaaS and the latest Consult Hyperion White Paper: Mobility as a Service: a billion dollar opportunity. Within the transport industry everyone is talking about MaaS. In this White Paper, we describe the MaaS evolution and look at the opportunity it creates for innovative Payment Service Providers (PSPs).

Readers downloading this white paper receive a discount code for use when registering for Transport Ticketing Global 2020 to be held in London in January.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 317, edited 24th November 2019.

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Alistair Lukies, Founder & CEO of Pollinate InternationalCategories: Banking

Alistair Lukies CBE is Founder & CEO of Pollinate International. Pollinate was created in 2017 to turn the tide for the world’s largest and most complex financial services institutions. Working with banks and their legacy platforms, Pollinate helps launch new services that reinvent the payments and financial services sector.

Lukies is Chair of the Fintech Alliance, a government backed multifaceted digital engagement platform launched in 2019 which aims to bring the global FinTech ecosystem together in one easily accessible digital marketplace.

In January 2014, Alastair Lukies was appointed as a Business Ambassador to the Prime Minister for the financial services industry by the UK Government, and remained so until 2019 when he moved across to join the Prime Minister’s Business Council.

Back in 2003, Lukies founded Monitise. Three years later Monitise was recognised as a ‘Technology Pioneer’ by the World Economic Forum and in June 2007 Lukies led the company’s demerger from Morse and listing on the LSE’s AIM market. During his time as CEO, Monitise grew to a market cap of $2 billion, employing 1700 staff on four continents.

Alastair Lukies was awarded a CBE for services to mobile banking and charity in June 2014, and was named Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2011 Growing Business Awards.

Prior to conceiving, financing and successfully building Monitise, Lukies was a co-founder of epolitix.com, the portal for Westminster, Whitehall and the devolved institutions.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 316, edited 22nd October 2019.

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Dave Birch talks to Peter Hazlehurst

Peter Hazlehurst is head of payments at Uber. Uber lets customers pay with just about every method possible from cash to cards to Paytm, to Uber’s own wallet – Uber Cash — and delivers funds to partners around the world to their bank accounts and/or with a debit card that accesses their earnings in real time.

Peter has been in FinTech since 1993 when he joined Phoenix International as its first/lead engineer and built a core banking system on Windows and Sybase. Since then, Peter has worked in multiple startups in FinTech and consumer products including Nokia, Yodlee, and Google.

At Money20/20 in October 2019, he announced Uber Money, the subject of this podcast. Respected analyst Ron Shevlin said in Forbes magazine that Uber Money will be a force in financial services. Listen here to understand why.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 315, edited 4th November 2019.

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MPE 2020

Gary Munro and Dave Birch discuss topics relating to Merchant Payments Ecosystem 2020. Face to face payment acceptance is changing, moving from specialised secure hardware to specialised secure software. Standards are being developed around this, and a whole new ecosystem is developing. We’re expecting this to be one to many discussion points at MPE in Berlin next year.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 314, edited 11th November 2019.

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Jamie Bartlett, Author and JournalistCategories: Cryptocurrencies, Cryptocurrency, Money

Jamie Bartlett is an author and journalist, primarily for The Spectator and The Telegraph. He is a Senior Fellow at Demos and was the Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media at Demos until January 2019. In 2014, Bartlett released his first full-length book, “The Dark Net”. The book discusses the darknet and dark web in broad terms, describing a range of underground and emergent subcultures, including social media racists, cam girls, self harm communities, darknet drug markets, cryptoanarchists and transhumanists.

He has frequently written about online extremism and free speech, as well as social media trends in Wikipedia, Twitter and Facebook.In 2017, he published his second book “Radicals Chasing Utopia”, which covered fringe political movements including transhumanism, psychedelic societies and anarcho-capitalism. He also presented the two part BBC Two series “The Secrets of Silicon Valley”.

Bartlett’s third book, “The People Vs Tech”, was released last year and (amongst other things) looked at cryptocurrencies and crypto-politics, the subject of this podcast.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 313, edited 12th October 2019.

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