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Cameron Trimble, Stop The TraffikCategories: Banking

Cameron Trimble is a serial entrepreneur committed to the triple bottom line – a concern for people, profit and the planet. Driven by an adventurous spirit, she runs businesses and NGO organizations, both secular and faith-based. She serves as a consultant, a frequent speaker on national speaking circuits, is a pilot and an author.

Cameron currently serves as the Executive Director of Stop the Traffik USA, an NGO focused on putting an end to human trafficking around the world through the use of technology-driven intelligence-led prevention. STT works in partnership with IBM, Barclays, Facebook, the Financial Times and many others to develop the tools to identify and disrupt human trafficking networks.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 308, edited 15th October 2018.

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Brett King – Speaker, Startup Founder, Bestselling Author, Radio Host, TV CommentatorCategories: Banking, Payments

Brett King is a futurist, an Amazon bestselling author, an award winning speaker, hosts a globally recognized radio show, is the CEO of Moven, and in his spare time enjoys flying as an IFR pilot, scuba diving, motor racing, gaming (mostly FPS) and Sci-Fi. He advised the Obama administration on the Future of Banking, and has spoken on the future in 50 countries in the last 3 years.

This podcast looks into the future of banking and Brett’s new book “Bank 4.0 Banking Everywhere, Never at a Bank”

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 307, edited 4th October 2018.

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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.

Steve Pannifer, Consult HyperionCategories: Identity

Steve Pannifer, the COO at Consult Hyperion, is a digital identity and information security expert. He has led Consult Hyperion teams delivering projects in these areas for both banks, telcos and payment schemes.

Steve has a detailed understanding of the global digital identity market, the operational and information security implications of the main ID&V processes and tools, and the most efficient way to implement them in financial services, including critical financial infrastructures. He has advised clients in Australia, Europe, North America and the UK, successfully transferring the learnings and best practice from one market to another.

This podcast looks into the identity landscape and some of the topics that will be covered at Money2020 on Sunday 23rd October 2018.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 306, edited 18th September 2018.

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David Putts, BillonCategories: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Remittances

David Putts is  the MD, International Expansion & Partnerships at Billon, a payments startup that is using the new technologies of the blockchain to develop regulated services. David, a three time bank CEO, has years of banking experience across Europe. He also worked for 10 years at McKinsey in the US.

The lightweight, permissioned blockchain approach that they have developed makes for an interesting counterpoint to the permissionless approach of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 305, edited 3rd April 2018.

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Sean Foley, University of Sydney Business SchoolCategories: Cryptocurrency

Sean Foley‘s research interest lies in the areas of stock market integrity and regulation. Sean’s work on integrity has focussed on the impact of insider trading and market manipulation on market quality. His work on regulation has focussed on the impact of the introduction and regulation of dark pools and the impact of high frequency trading on market quality. These research areas are both grounded in the market microstructure literature.

His recent paper with on “Sex, Drugs, and Bitcoin: How Much Illegal Activity Is Financed Through Cryptocurrencies?”, written with Jonathan Karlsen and Talis Putnins, which explores the theme of cryptocurrencies and crime. is the subject of this podcast.

Sean’s papers have received prizes for their quality at several international conferences, including the “Best Paper on Canadian Markets” at the Northern Finance Association meeting (NFA) 2013, “Best Paper from an Early Career Researcher” at the 2013 Behavioural Finance and Capital Markets Conference in Adelaide and the “Best Market Microstructure Paper” at the 2012 Finance and Corporate Governance Conference in Melbourne.

Sean has been a head tutor in the discipline of Finance since 2008, having taught subjects such a diversity of subjects including Financial Valuations, International Financial Management, Trading and Dealing and Corporate Finance 2.

Sean has a PhD in Finance from the University of Sydney, as well as an undergraduate degree in Economics with a first class honours in Finance. The title of Sean’s PhD dissertation is “The impact of Regulation on Market Quality”.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 304, edited 7th March 2018.

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Andy Bryant, bitFlyerCategories: Cryptocurrency

Andy Bryant is the COO Europe for bitFlyer, which is by some measures the world’s biggest Bitcoin exchange. They have just been granted a Payment Institution (PI) licence in Europe, which brings them in to the financial services mainstream. In this podcast Andy talks about the trajectory of bitFlyer and why they opted for licensing.

Tomorrow’s Transactons podcast number 303, edited 6th February 2018.

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Adrian Lovney and Katrina Stuart, NPP Australia

The New Payments Platform (NPP) is Australia’s inter-bank immediate pauments system and it just went live. It gives consumers, businesses and government departments a platform to make fast, versatile and data-rich payments.

NPP enables real-time clearing and settlement for simple or complex payment solutions, between two people or between many. It can simplify payments through an Addressing Service (the “PayID”), as well as offer the ability to include more information with payments, such as text or links to externally hosted documents.

The first innovative product delivered via the New Payments Platform will be Osko by BPAY. It will be a convenient and accessible service for consumers to send payments from an account at their financial institution, 24/7/365, to payees using easy-to-remember addresses such as a mobile phone number or email address, with fast availability of cleared funds, rich data and confidence in delivery.

It wasdeveloped by NPP Australia Ltd and 13 financial institutions. Adrian Lovney is CEO of NPP Australia and Katrina Stuart is the Executive Manager for Engagement. In this podcast, they explain the key features of NPP and chat about the new products and services that it could enable.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 302, edited 13th February 2018.

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David Gerard, “Attack of the 50ft Blockchain”Categories: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency

David Gerard is the author of “Attack of the 50ft Blockchain“, a book about the cryptocurrency mania that is sweeping the nation. It is well-researched, interesting, funny and above all thought-provoking.

Tomorrow’s Transactons podcast number 301, edited 6th February 2018.

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Andy Tobin, EvernymCategories: Blockchain, Identity

Andy Tobin is Evernym’s managing director in Europe. He has 30 years of experience delivering innovative technology solutions to complex business problems. His career has spanned the three rapidly converging sectors of identity, mobile and payments. He has written code to control cash machines, built the world’s first mCommerce server, run a £1.2bn mobile messaging network and been CTO for Europe’s first fully mobile bank. He is a passionate technology strategist who dropped everything to join Evernym, the subject of this podcast.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 300, edited 16th January 2018.

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Live 5 Podcast

It’s that time of year again. I’ve had a chat with my colleagues at Consult Hyperion, gone back over my notes from the year’s events, taken a look at our most interesting projects around the world and brought together our “live five” for 2018. Now, as in previous years, I don’t expect you to pay any attention to our prognostications without first reviewing our previous attempts, otherwise you won’t have any basis for taking us seriously! So let’s begin by looking back over the last year and then we’ll take a shot at the new one!


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