This is a show on fintech in the CEE region and beyond.
Welcome to Fintech Flow, where we deep dive into the depth and complexity of successful start-ups, explore the ways to new capital and draw in the points of views from the incumbents.
From Budapest Hungary, Linda Sallai will explore the odd angles, sit down with bright Fintech minds and bridge together the gap in mind-set between the legacy players and today’s innovators.
We will learn from each other, learn with each other, link up and connect through our common passion for easier, better and cheaper solutions,
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Match Made in Heaven - Further Merges Trustedoctors with Frank Ahedo and Greg Jarzabek
If one thing became clear in 2020, it is that at the end of the day there is nothing more importante than the life and health of you and your loved ones. In this episode of FintechFlow we will take a deeper look into how technology can help us achieving that goal. We will get to know two companies that are working on making the leading medical expertise available for the widest possible audience. I will talk to them about how technology changes healthcare and healt insurances and how customers can benefit from it.
It is a special episode for me as one of my guests is a long-known business partner. We - together with our colleageues - created the insurance product that I consider my most important product in my own insurance portfolio (even today). He is Frank Ahedo, CEO of Further which is a global leader in the design and development of cross-border insurance solutions for serious illnesses.
My other guest is Greg Jarzabek, CEO of Trustedoctor, the award-winning digital healthcare platform specialising in access to world-leading international medical expertise.
4 Most Important Post-Covid Trends For Insurers with Roger Peverelli
In 2020 Covid-19 fundamentally reshaped our world and our lives. Where we work, how we shop, what we wear, how we celebrate, how we greet each other, how much lipstick we use, where we do/do not go on holiday, how and if we go to conferences. Basically it really has impacted everything from micro to macro. Not just every person but every industry also have to face a different future. In this episode we will look into the most important post-covid trends that will reshape the insurance industry.
I am honoured to have a returning guest, Roger Peverelli. Roger is a sought-after speaker, a best-selling author, an expert in digital innovation and customer engagement strategies. He is also the co-founder of the Digital Insurance Agenda, which is the best organized insurance-related even I have ever experienced. Roger is listed on the global top 50 insurtech influencers.
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AI in Insurance ft.Tractable and Zelros
This is the 33rd episode of FintechFlow where we dive deep into artificial intelligence. AI is one of the most used buzzwords these days, and now we will look deeper into it to see how an insurance company could really utilize it. I have two guests representing two very different AI driven insurtech startups today. Both are trying to tackle a concrete business case on the insurace value chain and to prove that their AI solution is a complete game changer.
One of the startups, Tractable develops artificial intelligence for accident & disaster recovery. Their AI looks at photos of damage and predicts repair costs.12 of the top 40 motor insurance companies worldwide are amongst their clients
and they have raised $55m in venture capital from world-leading VC funds.
The other company is Zelros. Their mission is to enable insurance players to revolutionize and re-enchant their relationship with their customers by letting them take ownership of AI.
This episode is brought to you by the Digital Insurance Agenda (DIA), the best run insurance related conference I have ever experienced.
A Covid-19 vezeti a bankszektor digitális transzformációját? Bartha Lajoss (MNB), Gáborjáni Szabó Ákos (finste.com), Mudri György (FintechX, Wyze, Aggreg8, Fintechblocks), Szabó Balázzsal (CI
Ez a FintechFlow podcast 32. epizódja, amelyben arra a kérdésre keressük a választ, hogy valóban a koronavírus vezeti a bankszektor digitális transzformációját? Eddig az látszik, hogy a pénzügyi szektor inkumbens szereplői, a bankok és a biztosítók elképesztő gyorsasággal zárkóztak fel a digitális létre, s a járvány első két hónapjában eddig megugorhatatlannak tűnő akadályokat döntöttek le, az eddig jellemzően csak fintech-ek által használt eszköztárak segítségével. A távmunkának köszönhetően az agilitás ha nem is szervezett formában, de ösztönösen megjelent a legnagyobb pénzintézeteknél is. De kitartha-e ez a lendület, és valóban komolyan megkezdődött most ennek a tradicionális iparágnak a digitális transzformációja? A mai epizódban erre a kérdésre keressük a választ. Ez az epizód egy különkiadás, hiszen a kerekasztal beszélgetés eredetileg a Startup Safari keretei között zajlott, és most ezt hallgathatjátok meg podcast formátumban is.
Ha tetszett az epizód, iratkozzatok fel a FintechFlow podcastra a kedvenc podcastmegosztó platformotokon, vagy a fintechflow.com oldalon. Külön köszönjük, ha értékeltek is minket ugyanitt.
Innovation at a major insurer, Generali - with Bruno Scaroni director of strategy at Generali Group
This is the 31th episode of FF, and I am really happy and honored to talk about innovation in insurance with Bruno Scaroni, who is director of group strategy and innovation at Generali. It is really interesting to see how a big insurance company sees its future and the directions it should navigate itself. This episode is brought to you by the Digital Insurance Agenda (DIA), the best run insurance related conference I have ever experienced.
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A robot is my guest! Interview with David Chen (Hanson Robotics, AngelVest) and Sophia, the robot.
This is the 30th episode of FF, and I promise this will be a special one. I am going to have two awsome guests today. A person and a robot. Thanks to the Digital Insurance Agenda, the best run insurance related conference I have ever experienced, I had the chance to talk to David Chen, who is co-founder of AngelVest, with whom he is focusing on invest in early-stage businesses. He is also CFO and board director at Hanson Robotics that is an AI and robotics company dedicated to creating socially intelligent machines that enrich the quality of our lives. Their most advanced human-like robot, Sophia is my second guest today. She is basically a celebrity, definately the one who were on most selfies at the DIA conference. . As a unique combination of science, engineering, and artistry, Sophia is simultaneously a human-crafted science fiction character depicting the future of AI and robotics, and a platform for advanced robotics and AI research.