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Stay ahead in the world of finance with our regular podcast series, featuring interviews with leading figures in the finance and business world.

The views expressed on this podcast are not necessarily those of The London Institute of Banking & Finance.

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Stay ahead in the world of finance with our regular podcast series, featuring interviews with leading figures in the finance and business world.

The views expressed on this podcast are not necessarily those of The London Institute of Banking & Finance.

    Episode 81: What is alternative data and why is it important for SME Lending?

    Episode 81: What is alternative data and why is it important for SME Lending?

    Paul Gordon Managing Director, SME & Mid Corporates, Commercial Banking at Lloyds Banking Group, and Gordon Milne Senior Relationship Director, LIBF, talk to Ouida Taaffe, Editor of Financial World, about the challenges for banks in SME Lending and asks what role alternative data could play.

    For more information about our Certificate in SME Lending and Alternative Data go to https://libf.ac.uk.

    • 58 min
    Episode 80: Gender diversity: the quest for equal opportunity

    Episode 80: Gender diversity: the quest for equal opportunity

    In this podcast, Heather Tilston, Head of PR & Marketing at LIBF, talks to Caroline Murray, Senior Lecturer at LIBF and Kate Bohn, Accelerator and Incubator Lead at Lloyds Banking Group, about gender diversity and their experiences of working in the finance sector.

    For more information on our qualifications and training go to our website and follow us on our social channels on Twitter and Linkedin.

    • 36 min
    Episode 79: CSFI Future of finance series - the digitalisation of finance

    Episode 79: CSFI Future of finance series - the digitalisation of finance

    In its Future of Finance series, The London Institute of Banking & Finance (LIBF) and The Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI) invite leading practitioners and observers to debate current trends in finance and discuss what they might mean for the future of the sector.  

    In this first episode in the series, Dave Birch, a director of Consult Hyperion; Helene Panzarino, Associate Director of the Centre for Digital Banking and Finance at LIBF; Amir Nooriala, Chief Strategy Officer at Callsign; and Radu Orghidan, Vice President of Cognitive Computing at Endava debate recent trends in fintech… or should we now say ‘techfin’? The discussion is hosted by director of CSFI and Visiting Professor at LIBF, Andrew Hilton.

    For more information on our qualifications and training go to our website and follow us on our social channels on Twitter and Linkedin.

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    Episode 78: REACH - don't think financial services is the career for you? Think again

    Episode 78: REACH - don't think financial services is the career for you? Think again

    In February 2020, we ran one of our REACH BAME events that are designed to give an insight into the world of banking and finance while highlighting some of the key diversity issues the industry faces. Jagdeep Rai, Regional Director, HSBC talks to us about her own career path, progression, development and diversity in Financial Services.

    For more information about our REACH events go to https://libf.ac.uk/REACH

    For more information on our qualifications and training go to our website and follow us on our social channels on Twitter and Linkedin.

    • 27 min
    Episode 77: CSFI Sustainable Finance - An overview of the ESG landscape

    Episode 77: CSFI Sustainable Finance - An overview of the ESG landscape

    This is the last in a series of discussions on sustainable finance, organised with the CSFI. It will pull together key themes and explore likely developments in 2020. The event took place in January 2020.

    The debate has ranged from measures to tackle climate change via carbon pricing to the duties placed on fund managers to influence companies for the better and to explain to savers, notably in pension funds, what is going on.

    For more information on our qualifications and training go to our website and follow us on our social channels on Twitter and Linkedin. 

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Episode 76: Incumbents vs Challenger Banks vs Big Tech

    Episode 76: Incumbents vs Challenger Banks vs Big Tech

    Globally more than 70 challenger banks - many of whom are technically not 'banks' - are competing with incumbent banks. In the UK we have Monzo, N26. Revolut, Monese - to name just four.  What is happening? Who is winning or losing? Will Big Tech enter the battlefield?

    Renier Lemmens is a Senior Advisor and Visiting Professor of Fintech and Innovation at The London Institute of Banking & Finance. He is a Venture Partner with DN Capital focusing on Fintech.

    He currently also serves as Chairman of TransferGo, Divido, Mojo Mortgages, and Hostmaker. He is a non-executive director at Arion Bank and recently served as a board member of Revolut.

    In the past, Renier served as CEO of PayPal EMEA and member of its global executive team. He was COO of Barclays International Retail and Commercial Banking. Renier was an officer of GE Capital where he served as Chairman and CEO of Budapest Bank, and SVP Business Development for the Americas. Renier was a partner with McKinsey & Company in London, New Delhi, and San Francisco.

    Find out more about our Centre for Digital Banking and Finance here and follow us on Twitter and Linkedin to join in the conversation about the future of banking and finance.

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Episode 63

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