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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.

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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!

Louise Beaumont, Open Bank Working GroupCategories: APIs

Dr Louise Beaumont is a strategic adviser at SapientRazorfish and co-chair, techUK Open Bank Working Group. She creates markets, enables scale and drives growth, with a particular interest in the intersection between technology, financial services and the public sector. She has worked with blue chips, startups, investors and everything in between to grow companies and create value.

In this podcast she talks about the UK’s imminent transition to an open banking environment and some of the

Tomorrow’s Transactons podcast number 298, edited 31st October 2017.

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Chuck Hounsell, Toronto Dominion BankCategories: Banking, Business Models, Identity

Chuck Hounsell is Senior Vice President of Payments for TD Bank. Payments is about the many ways we move money. Chuck’s team focuses on building out payment capabilities and providing payment innovation, infrastructure, strategy and governance.

Chuck Hounsell had broad leadership accountabilities in Toronto Dominion Bank including CIO Retail Technology, SVP Distribution Development, SVP Mortgages, SVP Retail Banking, and SVP Retail Transformation.

Chuck is a past board member of Interac and Acxsys (Canadian debit network) and is a current board member of Payments Canada and board member of Toronto-based SecureKey Technologies.

In this podcast, he talks about the Canadian banks’ identity project, which will be the first to use a digital identity network powered by blockchain when SecureKeys — in partnership with IBM — launches it later this year.

The network, which is in the testing phase in Canada at large institutions including RBC and TD, will allow consumers to use a mobile app to confirm details of their identity such as age or credit scores when accessing services.

Tomorrow’s Transactons podcast number 297, edited 31st August 2017.

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Tom Van Den Bosch, itsmeCategories: Business Models, Identity

Tom Van Den Bosch is the Product Manager at the new Belgian Mobile eID service, branded “itsme“. Belgian Mobile ID is a consortium of Belgium’s leading banks (Belfius, BNP Paribas Fortis, KBC/CBC & ING) and mobile network operators (Orange, Proximus & Telenet Group) who have joined together to create the service. Via a dedicated app, Belgian Mobile ID makes it easier for anyone with a mobile phone and a bank account or eID to digitally log in, confirm transactions and even sign documents.

Tom has previously worked in banking and management consultancy, and has a Master’s Degree in Applied Economic Sciences.

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Daniel Gusev, Financial FitnessCategories: Banking, Inclusion

Daniel Gusev is a seasoned digital finance entrepreneur with over 10 years of experience. He has helped to build and lead 2 successful innovation programs with sub USD 100 million in effect, contributed to set a successful bank and a payment platform – and is also pursuing a goal to change the way mass consumers manage their finances through his new venture “Financial Fitness” (FinFit).
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Hannah Jackson, The Body Shop

After spending six years studying and working in China, Hannah developed expertise and in-depth knowledge of the China market and Chinese consumers. She works for The Body Shop, where it was her task to get them accepting Alipay. Hear how she did it and what a success it turned out to be!

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Husayn Kassai, OnfidoCategories: Banking, Identity, Inclusion

Husayn Kassai is the Co-founder and CEO of Onfido Background Checks, a data-driven platform that helps companies make fast and informed decisions on who they can trust by carrying out identity, financial, criminal and other checks via API or online Dashboard. Founded in 2012, Onfido has received over £3.5m in investment and has grown to become the largest provider of background checks to the on-demand and sharing economy.

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Silvia Mensdorff-Pouilly, ACI Worldwide

Silvia Mensdorff-Pouilly is the General Manager, Processors & Networks at ACI Worldwide. With has more than 15 years’ experience in payments across all areas of the value chain from consumer payments to transaction banking having held senior roles within ACI Worldwide for the past 10 years. Silvia brings diverse and extensive experience in the payments industry and financial services space, with a strong focus on building strong, long term relationships. She is passionate about making consumer payments seamless and supporting customers with an emphasis on leveraging innovation and bringing parties together. She works directly with senior executives in the industry including the top 20 acquirers, issuers and major global networks. This results in a great understanding of complex, enterprise payment solutions from fraud to immediate payments and innovation. Silvia is also an active participant of FemTechLeaders and Woman in Payments, influencing change in the industry.

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Tony Moretta, Digital JerseyCategories: Identity, Legal and Ethical

Tony Moretta is the CEO of Digital Jersey, the principal driver of government efforts to establish Jersey as an internationally recognisable centre for the digital industries.

After beginning his career in financial services, he took his experience in innovation to ITV Digital where he was Director of Interactivity, followed by senior positions at the National Grid Wireless and Digital Radio UK, where he increased digital radio sales from 5 million to 11 million in testing market conditions and persuaded the car industry to standardise it in all new models.

Before joining Digital Jersey, he was delivering a number of projects in the digital space for both the UK Government and major private sector companies, and was one of the founders of Weve, a joint venture between EE, O2 & Vodafone in mobile marketing, payments and data analytics.

As CEO of Digital Jersey Tony is responsible for delivering the organisation’s long-term economic, social and reputational objectives together with meeting annual business plan goals, to develop Jersey as a recognised digital jurisdiction.

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