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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.

    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.

    • 1 hr
    Episode 75: CSFI Sustainable Finance - Corporate governance and the pensions industry

    Episode 75: CSFI Sustainable Finance - Corporate governance and the pensions industry

    This is the third in a series of panel discussions we are organising with the CSFI around the way that ESG issues are shaping the financial services sector.
    The first looked at carbon trading; the second looked at the asset management industry. This one takes a 'deep dive' into the world of pensions, both DC and DB.

    To find out more about our upcoming events go to www.libf.ac.uk/events

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    • 1 hr 25 min
    Episode 74: CSFI Sustainable Finance - ESG and Asset Management

    Episode 74: CSFI Sustainable Finance - ESG and Asset Management

    This is the second in a series of panel discussions that we are organising with the CSFI around the way that environmental issues are shaping the financial sector. The first covered carbon trading; this looks at the asset management industry - and specifically at how the equity and fixed income markets are responding to the environmental challenge.

    To find out more about our upcoming events go to www.libf.ac.uk/events

    Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Episode 73: Does a bank have to be more than an app?

    Episode 73: Does a bank have to be more than an app?

    Henry Grunfeld Professor of Banking Pete Hahn chairs a debate on the future of banking held at the launch event for our new book Banking on Change. 

    Banking on Change was commissioned to mark our 140th anniversary. It provides insights by experts and influencers from across the financial services industry on some of the central questions facing the finance sector today

    Banking on Change is published by Wiley priced at £35.

    To find out more about our upcoming events go to www.libf.ac.uk/events

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    • 31 min
    Episode 72: Introducing the Financial Adviser podcast

    Episode 72: Introducing the Financial Adviser podcast

    Everybody needs paraplanners

    In this first episode John Somerville sits down with David Owen from Lifetime Connect to discuss all things paraplanning, how the role of the paraplanner has changed over the years and why now is the ideal time to think about becoming one.

    You can read more about the role of the paraplanner on our Insights blog or you can find out more about our Diploma in Paraplanning (DipPP) on our website.

    To listen to the full episode please subscribe to the LIBF Financial Adviser podcast

    • 5 min
    Episode 71: Financial education five years on - is it still adding up?

    Episode 71: Financial education five years on - is it still adding up?

    It’s been five years since financial education was included in the national curriculum. So, does that mean every child now receives a solid foundation on how to manage money and how the finance sector works? In this podcast, Andy Davis, a financial journalist and contributor to the Institute’s latest book, Banking on change, and Catherine Winter our Managing Director for Financial Capability, talk about where financial education has got to and what needs to change.

    Published to mark our 140th anniversary, Banking on Change provides insights by experts and influencers from across the financial services industry on the issues affecting the sector now and for the future.

    Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF

    • 25 min

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