29 min

What the Fintech? Episode 14 | In these VC streets FinTech Futures

    • Business

The latest episode of the What the Fintech? podcast features Manuel Silva Martinez, general partner at Mouro Capital (formerly known as Santander Innoventures).

We analyse the consequences of HMRC’s £3.5 billion furlough payments that were sent in error and JP Morgan firing a collection of employees for illegally siphoning money from COVID-19. We also discuss what Jane Fraser’s appointment as Citigroup’s new chief executive officer (CEO) means for the industry.

Martinez shares his insight on venture capital (VC) culture and unpacks the shift from Santander Innnoventures to Mauro Capital.

Tune in to find out his three banished buzzwords in another exciting rendition of ‘Fintech Jail’!

Subscribe to the FinTech Futures newsletter: www.bit.ly/ffpodnewsletter

What the Fintech is brought to you by the team behind www.fintechfutures.com and the Banking Technology Magazine.

The latest episode of the What the Fintech? podcast features Manuel Silva Martinez, general partner at Mouro Capital (formerly known as Santander Innoventures).

We analyse the consequences of HMRC’s £3.5 billion furlough payments that were sent in error and JP Morgan firing a collection of employees for illegally siphoning money from COVID-19. We also discuss what Jane Fraser’s appointment as Citigroup’s new chief executive officer (CEO) means for the industry.

Martinez shares his insight on venture capital (VC) culture and unpacks the shift from Santander Innnoventures to Mauro Capital.

Tune in to find out his three banished buzzwords in another exciting rendition of ‘Fintech Jail’!

Subscribe to the FinTech Futures newsletter: www.bit.ly/ffpodnewsletter

What the Fintech is brought to you by the team behind www.fintechfutures.com and the Banking Technology Magazine.

29 min

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