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Welcome to The Moneypot, the new podcast from Money20/20, discussing the forces and ideas shaping the future of money.

The Moneypot Rachel Morrissey, Roland Bodenham, Sanjib Kalita,

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    • 4.7, 7 Ratings

Welcome to The Moneypot, the new podcast from Money20/20, discussing the forces and ideas shaping the future of money.

    Ep. 33- Fighting Data Monopolies

    Ep. 33- Fighting Data Monopolies

    Data is the "new oil" that fuels tech innovation.   But who owns that data is at the center of several court cases involving all the major platforms-  Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft.    Sometimes, for the underdogs to innovate, they need to fight for the rights to the data, but they risk being outspent and outlasted by those with bottomless pockets.   Today, we talk with Greg Kidd about fighting for the data to innovate, who really owns the data, and whether monopolies, real or virtual, are hurting innovation in the US fintech space. 
    Guest:  Greg Kidd, CEO of globaliD and Hard Yaka VenturesHosts:  Sanjib Kalita, Editor-in- Chief, Money20/20
                Rachel Morrissey, Content Producer, Money20/20 USA
    Producers: Roland Bodenham, Senior Video Editor, Ascential                    Rachel Morrissey, Content Producer, Money20/20 USA

    • 26 min
    Ep. 32- Aadhaar: Inclusive by Design

    Ep. 32- Aadhaar: Inclusive by Design

    How does one condense 45 years of technological evolution into 6 years? Only one nation in the world has done it, effectively making identity a constitutional right.  Today, Aadhaar and UPI are the blueprint for achieving universal inclusion and access to financial services.   But how does one go about designing and building a system of such scale, counting users not in millions but billions?  We spoke to Pramod Varma,  the Chief Architect of Aadhaar and UPI, to discuss the thinking behind redesigning a digital economy. Guest: Pramod Varma, Chief Architect, Aadhaar, Architect, IndiaStack
    Hosts:  Rachel Morrissey, Content Producer, Money20/20 USA
                Elena Mesropyan, Content Lead, Money20/20 Europe

    Producers: Roland Bodenham, Senior Video Editor, Ascential
                     Rachel Morrissey, Content Producer, Money20/20 USA

    • 21 min
    Introducing: Progress Through Creativity: Walk the Walk with Bozoma Saint John, Endeavor

    Introducing: Progress Through Creativity: Walk the Walk with Bozoma Saint John, Endeavor

    In this episode, we share an episode from our sister brand-  Cannes Lions' podcast "Progress through Creativity".   
    Bozoma Saint John is quoted as saying “None of us will have any impact or influence if we are quiet. So don’t be quiet. Be loud as hell.” In a week where global demonstrations have taken place against police brutality and racial inequality that sentiment feels as vital now as it has ever been. Bozoma talks frankly about the position brands are taking during this time, how they can authentically support social causes and whether they even should if their own business doesn’t walk the walk.

    • 45 min
    Ep. 31- How Can Data Get Small Business More Credit?

    Ep. 31- How Can Data Get Small Business More Credit?

    While the entire economy has been impacted by COVID-19, small business has taken a particularly big hit. As small businesses try to access funding to stay afloat, we need to reexamine what we are measuring and what new data that may give us a better financial picture. This week we spoke to Greg Ott, CEO of Nav, Melissa Koide, CEO and Kelly Cochran, Deputy Director, at FinRegLab about their experiences and research that point to better data around SMBs

    Guests:  Greg Ott, CEO, Nav
                    Melissa Koide, CEO, FinRegLab
                    Kelly Cochran, Deputy Director, FinRegLab
    Hosts: Sanjib Kalita, Editor in Chief, Money20/20
               Rachel Morrissey, Content Producer, Money20/20 
     Producers: Roland Bodenham, Senior Video Editor, Ascential
                Rachel Morrissey, Content Producer, Money20/20

    • 13 min
    Ep. 30- Banks vs. Tech: The New Power Dynamic

    Ep. 30- Banks vs. Tech: The New Power Dynamic

    As big tech and social platforms enter the financial services space, banks and tech could be vying for the same customers.   But while social media platforms have a record of personalization, there are new questions of trust and whether finance and social mix.  And banks may have an advantage in being specialized.    We spoke with Sheila Kagan, the CEO of PayKey about the new dynamic between financial institutions and tech companies, and how a startup can find a place in the ecosystem. 

    Guest:  Sheila Kagan, CEO, PayKey
    Hosts: Elena Mesropyan, Content Lead, Money20/20 Europe
    Rachel Morrissey, Content Producer, Money20/20 USA

    Producers:  Roland Bodenham, Senior Video Editor, Ascential
    Rachel Morrissey, Content Producer, Money20/20 USA
    Elena Mesropyan, Content Lead, Money20/20 Europe

    • 16 min
    Ep. 29: Is Fixing the ESPP the key to Stakeholder Economics?

    Ep. 29: Is Fixing the ESPP the key to Stakeholder Economics?

    Created in 1964, the Employee Stock Purchase Plan was the original financial worker benefit in the US..  But over time, due to shrinking real wages and different benefits taking the forefront,  most employees have found it difficult to participate, leaving them out of the good fortunes of their companies and increasing the gap between employee ranks. But if we could increase participation as we rebuild, could we align all the stakeholders in a company and create an economy where so many don't live on the edge?  We spoke to Aaron Shapiro, Founder at Carver Edison (https://www.carveredison.com/ ), who has found a tech solution that might be able to restore the use of ESPP.  
    Guest:  Aaron Shapiro, Founder, Carver Edison
    Hosts: Sanjib Kalita, Editor-in-Chief, Money20/20
    Rachel Morrissey, Content Producer, Money20/20 USA
    Producers: Roland Bodenham, Senior Video Editor, Ascential 
    Rachel Morrissey, Content Producer, Money20/20 USA

    • 14 min

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