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2015 Innovators to Watch: 44 Executives Shaping the Future of Banking

2015 Innovators to Watch: 44 Executives Shaping the Future of Banking

by June 24, 2015 at 11:49 am 11 comments

The technology matters. The ideas matter. The business models matter. The use cases matter. The customer experience matters. The people of innovation matter most. Nothing gets done or innovated in banking without entrepreneurs, bankers, VCs, service providers who have the vision to see what cannot be seen today, to discernRead More

2015 Innovators to Watch: Alphabetical List

by June 18, 2015 at 10:37 am 1 comment

2015 Innovators to Watch Jeremy Allaire – #18 Jamie Armistead – #22 Jennifer Bailey – #1 Ajay Banga – #2 Jeremy Bornstein – #16 Francoise Brougher – #44 Piotr Budzinski & Thomas Ko – #31 Mike Cagney – #34 Kristina Campbell – #37 Bobby Cho – #21 Vanessa Colella –Read More

2015 Innovators to Watch: 6 to 10

2015 Innovators to Watch: 6 to 10

by June 10, 2015 at 11:16 am 2 comments

6. Patrick Collison, Co-founder/CEO, Stripe When Patrick Collison helped launch Stripe with his brother in 2010, the notion that startups needed a dedicated payments service (what, MC/V/A don’t offer enough payment options?) was a foreign one at that time. Interesting play, but shallow potential was the conventional wisdom at the time.Read More

2015 Innovators to Watch: 11 to 15

2015 Innovators to Watch: 11 to 15

by June 10, 2015 at 11:13 am 2 comments

11. Reetika Grewal, head of payments strategy & solutions, Silicon Valley Bank  Reetika Grewal (@rgcinco), unlike most bankers, considers disruption her friend. And well she might, since Silicon Valley Bank bank — founded back in the Apple II+ era — was built on providing banking services to venture-funded disruptors suchRead More

2015 Innovators to Watch: 16 to 20

2015 Innovators to Watch: 16 to 20

by June 10, 2015 at 11:11 am 2 comments

16. Jeremy Bornstein, head, payments innovation, RBC Jeremy Bornstein has the temperament of a scientist, and considering all the divergent trends in payments, that’s a good thing. Bornstein has substantial resources with which to exploit innovative payment opportunities. He has consistently put the Royal Bank of Canada at the forefront of newRead More

2015 Innovators to Watch: 21 to 25

2015 Innovators to Watch: 21 to 25

by June 10, 2015 at 11:09 am 2 comments

21. Bobby Cho, head of markets, ItBit Bobby Cho (@robertjcho) has been a well-known trader in the bitcoin community for years, and his weekly analysis of the bitcoin market has become required reading for cryptocurrency enthusiasts. Bitcoin is currently in the doldrums, having taken a backseat to the blockchain inRead More

2015 Innovators to Watch: 26 to 30

2015 Innovators to Watch: 26 to 30

by June 10, 2015 at 11:00 am 1 comment

26. Jeffrey Zients, director, National Economic Council Jeffrey Zients heads up the National Economic Council and is the assistant to President Obama for economic policy. He is also spearheading an effort to bring financial services innovators to the White House. The program started under his predecessor, Gene Sperling, but has picked upRead More

2015 Innovators to Watch: 31 to 35

2015 Innovators to Watch: 31 to 35

by June 10, 2015 at 10:50 am 3 comments

31. Piotr Budzinski & Thomas Ko, co-founders, NAMU Thomas Ko was global head of mobile banking at Citi for 7 years prior to founding NAMU (no relation to WaMu) with Piotr Budzinski, who also served time at Citi. NAMU showed its stuff at Money2020 in 2014 and Finovate Spring 2015 toRead More

2015 Innovators to Watch: 36 to 40

2015 Innovators to Watch: 36 to 40

by June 10, 2015 at 10:40 am 2 comments

36. Matt Wilcox, senior vice president, marketing strategy and innovation, Fiserv It is true that Fiserv is a dominant player in banking technology; its market capitalization of $20 billion supports that. But it is equally true that Fiserv has not been the most ardent advocate of banking innovation in recent years.Read More

2015 Innovators to Watch: 41 to 44

2015 Innovators to Watch: 41 to 44

by June 10, 2015 at 10:35 am 1 comment

41. Francoise Brougher, global business lead, Square Francoise Brougher (@square) is Jack Dorsey’s not-so-secret weapon to lead business development at Square. Google veteran Brougher is known for her blunt, no-nonsense style, and she is often compared to Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg. She’ll need to lean in to take on Square’s challenges, whichRead More