Synopsis

Things are changing fast in the world of financial technology. The BIG Podcast explores the impact of financial technology innovations on the every day person. Top financial industry guests will give us exciting insights into technologies that will shape the way we manage and spend our money.

Episodes

  • A FinTech Thanksgiving: Big Data, Big Climb

    A FinTech Thanksgiving: Big Data, Big Climb

    27/11/2019 Duration: 49min

    John and Glen engage in a homecoming of sorts with longtime colleague Anne Legg, as the trio trades thoughts on what they’re thankful for (in FinTech and beyond) this holiday season.

  • Bank Innovation- Not an Oxymoron

    Bank Innovation- Not an Oxymoron

    19/11/2019 Duration: 46min

    Glen connects with leaders driving three of the most intriguing new banking models- Grasshopper Bank, N26 and Cross River Bank- on site at the Bank Innovation Build conference in Atlanta.

  • A Quantum Leap with Roger Grimes

    A Quantum Leap with Roger Grimes

    14/11/2019 Duration: 45min

    Google's Quantum Computer could change the way we see computing forever. John and Roger Grimes speak about the future of tech in a quantum computing world, and the affects of quantum computing on our everyday lives.

  • No Deposits, No Returns

    No Deposits, No Returns

    12/11/2019 Duration: 31min

    John speaks with FlowTracker Analytics President and CEO Dave McNab about the growing challenge of attracting and retaining deposits as a low-cost source of funding and liquidity. Dave also explains why a deposit strategies should be as unique as the credit unions they support.

  • What Happens in Payments...Winds Up on Main Street

    What Happens in Payments...Winds Up on Main Street

    07/11/2019 Duration: 38min

    Part 2 of our Money 20/20 coverage includes interviews with Ondot Systems' co-founder VB Bharghavan, NCR's digital banking head Doug Brown, and Intuit VP Kathy Tsitovich. Also, a tale of gambling in a cashless crowd.

  • The “Blurred Lines” between FinTech and General Commerce

    The “Blurred Lines” between FinTech and General Commerce

    05/11/2019 Duration: 58min

    Direct from Money 20/20, Glen chats with Simple founder Shamir Karkal on his new blockchain payments startup Sila, Iovation’s Molly Hetz on the spike in mobile fraud, and a deep dive on Uber’s new Money unit with friend of the pod Lou Grilli of Trellance.

  • John and Glen Cut to the Chase

    John and Glen Cut to the Chase

    31/10/2019 Duration: 38min

    John and Glen make sense of a busy week that included Libra defections, Google Home evictions, criminal hirings and a heavy dose of Jamie Dimon’s id.

  • One Show Only: Getting the Band Back Together

    One Show Only: Getting the Band Back Together

    29/10/2019 Duration: 32min

    This week, join John and Glen for a reunion episode with John Janclaes, CEO of Partner’s Credit Union, Founder of The CEO Corner, and bestselling author.  Listen in as they catch up on recent news and current projects, including John J’s new book, Constellations: The Playbook for Improving Performance.

  • Digital Natives- Are They Getting Restless?

    Digital Natives- Are They Getting Restless?

    22/10/2019 Duration: 48min

    John speaks with digital sociologist, author and USC professor Julie Albright about the importance of computing on society and how the new norms of “digital natives” are at odds with the traditional model of the American Dream.

  • Artificial Intelligence: Its Getting Real

    Artificial Intelligence: It's Getting Real

    15/10/2019 Duration: 47min

    Glen reports from last week's Bank AI conference in Chicago, including interviews with author and former SBA head Karen Mills, American Banker Editor Penny Crosman, Capacity CEO David Karandish, and West Community CU CEO Jason Peach. Also, climate change makes itself heard.

  • Bulletproofing the Blockchain

    Bulletproofing the Blockchain

    10/10/2019 Duration: 41min

    In this episode, John talks to Benedikt Bünz, Chief Scientist at Findora and PhD student at Stanford, about his invention Bulletproofs, which are a next-gen form of Zero-Knowledge Proof Technology. John and Benedikt discuss what Zero-Proof Technology is and why it’s useful.

  • Real Time, Same Day: The Need for Speed

    Real Time, Same Day: The Need for Speed

    08/10/2019 Duration: 55min

    Glen speaks with Nacha's new CEO Jane Larimer about the group's ongoing push for faster payments, its efforts to streamline API banking, and other priorities under her leadership. Also, BHMI CEO Jack Baldwin shares a unique perspective on real time payment challenges.

  • Finovate Highlights: Youth- and Boomers- will be served

    Finovate Highlights: Youth- and Boomers- will be served

    01/10/2019 Duration: 01h43s

    Glen checks in from NYC on Finovate trends and takeaways, including interviews with Best of Show Winner Zogo and standouts Breach Clarity, Plinqit, Wallit and BBVA Open Platform. Judging by the newfound spirit of FI/Fintech collaboration, perhaps we CAN all get along….

  • Getting the Signals Straight with CUNA Councils

    Getting the Signals Straight with CUNA Councils

    24/09/2019 Duration: 38min

    Glen checks in from the CUNA Tech and Operations/Member Experience Councils Conference, including on-site interviews with Speed Round standouts Voleo, POP i/o and Eltropy, and an overview of John’s general session on artificial intelligence. Plus another reason why Ohio State can’t trademark “The.”

  • Sunrise Banks’ FinTech4Good Model

    Sunrise Banks’ FinTech4Good Model

    17/09/2019 Duration: 43min

    Glen sits down with Sunrise Banks’ CEO David Reiling to discuss public benefit corporations, fintech partnerships, underserved communities and “doing well by doing good.” Plus Glen swipes a page from West Side Story and geeks out on the Minnesota State Fair.

  • What does our Voice Future look like?

    What does our Voice Future look like?

    10/09/2019 Duration: 49min

    John chats with Bret Kinsella, the CEO of Voicebot.ai, and Bradley Metrock, the host of This Week In Voice, about the future of Voice Platforms. The future of voice is undetermined, find our more about the potential of voice, and the how it will affect every aspect of our lives. 

  • Settling the CryptoScore

    Settling the CryptoScore

    04/09/2019 Duration: 36min

    John speaks with Patrick Muldoon, a managing partner of CrytpoScores.org, a service that scores cryptocurrency to make it more welcoming to investors. Also, the past and present of Bitcoin and the crypto market in general. 

  • Crypto Apocalypse

    Crypto Apocalypse

    27/08/2019 Duration: 42min

    Roger Grimes provides an update on the upcoming Quantum Computing Revolution, with more talk about cryptocurrency and the effects new technologies will have on the market.

  • The Clearing House and Fed, in Real Time

    The Clearing House and Fed, in Real Time

    20/08/2019 Duration: 50min

    Hot on the heels of the provocative FedNow announcement, Glen speaks with The Clearing House’s innovation head Peter Davey about its own real time payments course and RTP’s road to ubiquity. Also, Sherpa Technologies’ CEO Keith Riddle on the service provider’s quest to enable credit unions for real time and the prospect of riding two horses.

  • In Search of a New FinTech Vocabulary

    In Search of a New FinTech Vocabulary

    13/08/2019 Duration: 41min

    Glen speaks with Finovate’s Greg Palmer about new twists to their September NYC showcase and why “disruption” doesn’t translate well for all audiences. Also, the Fed enters the Real-Time fray.

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