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30 minutes | Feb 10, 2022
90. Fintech predictions for 2022
In this episode, Johan and Gustaf sit down and discuss what they believe will happen during 2022. What are the biggest fintech events and happenings that have not yet occurred and when will they take place, what will they look like and how will it happen? Tune in to this episode and you will get to follow on the journey of Johan and Gustafs best predictions for 2022.
28 minutes | Feb 6, 2022
89. Fintechpodden looking back on what happened 2021
In this episode, Johan and Gustaf are discussing the biggest fintech happenings during 2021, which were the biggest happenings and why? Tune in to listen to a recap of 2021
46 minutes | Jan 24, 2022
88. Who are winners in the changing payments market?
In this episode of Fintechpodden we have the pleasure of having Ilkka Korkiakoski, head of TietoEVRY Payments, joining us to discover the very exciting area, payments. In this episode, we cover : Who are the winners in the changing payments market? Real-time payments and who is driving the change. Where the innovation and competition are coming from. How all companies focus more and more on payments. Fintechs that specializes in payments = paytechs. Embedded finance and how it will be used. Alternative payment rails, never before have we had more payment options available, but the development doesn't seem to stop. And much more. Never before have the payment landscape been this exciting and fast-changing. Enjoy! Learn more about TietoEVRY payments in the link below: https://www.tietoevry.com/en/industries/financial-services/payment-solutions/
54 minutes | Dec 12, 2021
86. The current state of green fintech
Green fintech is one of the hottest areas right now so in this episode we have the pleasure of having three guests to help us discover the current state of green fintech. We have the pleasure of having Mathias Wikström CEO at Doconomy, Anders Norlin investor and Anja Rundquist from Worldfavor joining us. Together we are taking the pulse on the current development and discuss the latest happenings. We also talk about the importance of partnerships and how to succeed with international expansions. Enjoy! To learn more about the development of green fintech in Stockholm, check out Invest Stockhom's fintech guide that has a special section on green fintech. https://www.investstockholm.com/documents/75/stockholm-fintech-guide-2021.pdf Learn more about Doconomy: https://doconomy.com/sv/start/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/mathiasw1/ Learn more about Worldfavor: https://worldfavor.com/sv/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/anjarundquist/ Connect with Anders Norlin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/norlinanders/
47 minutes | Dec 6, 2021
85. Web3, DAO and Ethereum Layer 2 with DCBuilder.eth
Listen in to this episode to learn more about Web3, DAOs and Ethereum Layer 2 with crypto expert DCBuilder.eth. Dont worry if it sounds complicated, DCBuilder that works as a crypto/web3 researcher is the perfect person to help us learn more about those topics. This is an episode full of valuable insights so buckle up. Link to DCBuilder's twitter: https://twitter.com/DCbuild3r Link to DCBuilders blogpost about Layer 2 solutions: https://mirror.xyz/dcbuilder.eth/QX_ELJBQBm1Iq45ktPsz8pWLZN1C52DmEtH09boZuo0 Link to Bankless, DCBuilder's top choice to learn more about crypto and web3 https://banklesshq.com/ Info about Moralis, a web3/crypto developer tool to help web2 developers take the step over to web3: https://moralis-marketing.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/Web3+Speed+Run+for+Developers.pdf?utm_source=gads&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Web3%20Speed%20Run%20for%20Developers%20pdf%20ebook%20
53 minutes | Dec 2, 2021
84. What is Decentralized Finance (DeFi)?
In this episode, we are happy to be joined by two blockchain enthusiastic and experienced guys, Henrike Hjelte CEO/Co-Founder at ChromaWay, and Jens Frid Co-founder at Scaleout. Henrik & Jens helps us to understand what decentralized Finance is and we talk a lot about things around blockchain and decentralized technologies. Henrik shares insight from his experience in developing the blockchain-based game called "MyNeighborAlice". We also talk about the challenges and opportunities for people wanting to start businesses utilizing blockchain and decentralized technologies as well as what kind of institutional adoption we see today. Henrik also shares some news about their launchpad/accelerator program for startups wanting to build a business on blockchain, so stay until the end of the episode for that information! Jens will facilitate the track for Decentralized Finance on Sthlm Fintech Week which will be held between 14th - 18th of February, so don't miss that as there will be plenty of interesting guests, keynotes, and panel discussions. This episode was made in collaboration with Invest Sthlm who recently released a guide on the Fintech Scene in Stockholm, you can find the guide here: https://www.investstockholm.com/documents/75/stockholm-fintech-guide-2021.pdf Henrik on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/henrikhjelte/ Jens on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jensfrid/ Chromia blockchain website: https://chromia.com/ ChromaWay website: https://chromaway.com/ MyNeighborAlice website: https://www.myneighboralice.com/ Sthlm Fintech Week Signup: https://sthlmfintechweek.com/ Johan on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johanlindskog/ Gustaf on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gustafhardafsegerstad/ Fintechpodden on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/18896098/admin/ Fintechpodden on the web: https://fintechpodden.com/
22 minutes | Nov 22, 2021
83. The future of recurring payments with Kristian Sternros
In this episode we have the pleasure of having Kristian Sternros, one of the co founders of Finshark joining us to talk about the future of recurring payments. Most of of use recurring payments in one way or another but a new generation of recurring payment products are entering the market to simplify the process for end users. Finshark is a Swedish Fintech providing this and other open banking related services. Listen in to learn more about the future of recurring payments. Contact info to Kristian: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristiansternros/ Info about Finshark: https://www.finshark.io/
30 minutes | Nov 8, 2021
82. Intro to Core Banking, from mainframes to cloud with Camilla Sorknes
In this episode we have the pleasure of having Camilla Sorknes from TietoEVRY joining us. At TietoEVRY Camilla works at Head of Core and she will give us an intro to core banking. We will cover the latest developments, BaaS, the move from mainframes to cloud and much more. Tune in! Link to TietoEVRY: https://www.tietoevry.com/en/industries/financial-services/banking-as-a-service/
40 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
81. Taking the pulse on Regtech in Stockholm 2021
In this episode, we are joined by two Regtech experts, Richard Rosenholtz and Zaliia Gindullina to talk about the Regtech scene in Stockholm, Sweden. Both guests have recently contributed with their expertise within Regtech to the Stockholm Fintech Guide provided by Invest Stockholm. Both Richard and Zaliia works in the Regtech scene in Stockholm and are active in the Nordic Regtech Association. During the conversation, we get to listen to our guests discuss and share their knowledge of the Regtech industry in Stockholm. We cover topics such as: what are the main barriers to enter the Regtech space and how could you overcome them, how did the global pandemic impact this space and what trends do we see in the coming years. If you want to read the Stockholm Fintech Guide, you will find it through this link: https://www.investstockholm.com/documents/75/stockholm-fintech-guide-2021.pdf Guests Linkedin Profiles: Richard Rosenholtz: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richard-rosenholtz/ Zaliia Gindullina: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zaliagindullina/ Podcast hosts: Gustaf: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gustafhardafsegerstad/ Johan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johanlindskog/
53 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
80. Taking the pulse on Insuretech in Stockholm 2021
In this episode, we are joined by three fantastic guests, Michal Gromek, Angelica Klerfelt, and Markko Waas to talk about the Insuretech scene in Stockholm, Sweden. All three of the guests have recently contributed with their expertise within Insuretech to the Stockholm Fintech Guide provided by Invest Stockholm. Angelica is working as a manager at EY within the Insurance Industry. Markko is CEO and Co-founder at Claims Carbon which is an Insuretech startup that is helping decarbonize insurances and in that way bring more sustainability into the insurance industry. Michal Gromek, who has been in the podcast before, is a well-known fintech enthusiast and ecosystem contributor and is also working as Chief Compliance Officer at Safello. During the conversation, we get to listen to the three guests discuss and share their knowledge of the Insuretech industry in Stockholm. Angelica shares interesting insights from the perspective as a consultant helping large insurance institutions and insured techs, and from Markko we get to hear about how it is to actually be that Insuretech startup that is challenging the industry with new perspectives, ideas, and views on sustainability. We hope that you will enjoy this conversation as much as we did. If you want to read the Stockholm Fintech Guide, you will find it through this link: shorturl.at/agyAW Guests Linkedin Profiles: Marko Waas: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markkowaas/ Angelica Klerfelt: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelica-klerfelt-norhagen-62b29469/ Michael Gromek: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mgromek/ Want to know more about Claims Carbon? The you find their website here: https://claimscarbon.com/ Podcast hosts: Gustaf: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gustafhardafsegerstad/ Johan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johanlindskog/
48 minutes | Sep 26, 2021
79. Buy now pay later - making sense of the hype
In this special episode of Fintechpodden, the two host, Gustaf and Johan tries to make sense of the latest development in the Buy now pay later space. With nearly daily headlines about fundings, acquisitions and new collaboration, the Buy now pay later space has never been as hot as right now. In this episode, we are trying to understand the underlying development, why this is happening right now, what differs from the traditional check-out options in the market and who the users are. This and much more you will hear about in this episode, enjoy!
53 minutes | Sep 12, 2021
78. Central bank digital currencies - CBDCs with Kim Engman from TietoEVRY
In this episode we have the pleasure of having Kim Engman from TietoEVRY joining us for a deep down into Central bank digital currencies, CBDCs. There is currently a lot of hype around this area with many countries running pilots or planning to run in the near future. Together with Kim we are trying to break down what is happening and how the future development might look like. We also get an introduction from Kim on the role of central banks and a short history of money. Learn more about CBDCs by reading this blogpost by Kim: https://www.tietoevry.com/en/blog/2021/08/why-central-banks-are-pushing-digital-currencies/
39 minutes | Aug 24, 2021
77. Earn interest on your cryptocurrencies with Sten Ivan from Hodlnaut
In this episode, we had the great chance to speak to Sten Ivan who is working as Head of Growth at the cryptocurrency startup Hodlnaut. Sten went into the role and the whole cryptocurrency market not that long ago and shares his experiences so far. We of course also talk a lot about Hodlnaut, what they do and what risks come with working with lending in the crypto industry. We hope that you find it as interesting as we did. Hodlnaut Homepage: https://www.hodlnaut.com/ Sten on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stenivan/ Juntao on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juntaozhu/ Johan on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johanlindskog/ Gustaf on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gustafhardafsegerstad/ Don't forget to check out Hodlnauts recently launched iOS app and their latest interest rates which you find in the app and on the web. Users can earn up to 12.74% (previously 10.5%) APY and 7.5% BTC (previously 6.2%).
36 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
76. Everything about Card Payments with Mario Blazevic from TietoEVRY
In this episode, we are very happy to be joined by a true cards specialist, Mario Blazevic, from TietoEvry. Mario has a very interesting background starting as an entrepreneur and co-founder to a semi-conductor provider in Norway. After that, he has spent many years within the fintech industry and especially within the cards business. In the episode, we get to listen to Mario share his knowledge and insights from the industry as well as his take on the current market situation and what Mario believes will happen to go further into the future. At the end of the episode, Mario also shares how interesting stats about card payments, so make sure to stay till the end! Link to Mario on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marioblazevic/ Marios chosen fintech (which you can hear more about in the end of the episode): https://www.bulderbank.no/ Link to TietoEVRY: https://www.tietoevry.com/ Link to Johan's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johanlindskog/ Link to Gustaf's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gustafhardafsegerstad/ Link to Fintechpodden website: https://fintechpodden.com/
43 minutes | Jun 28, 2021
75. Financial crime prevention with Jonas Kullgren from TietoEVRY
In this episode of Fintechpodden, we are pleased to have Jonas Kullgren, Head of Business & Product Development, within financial crime prevention at TietoEVRY. Jonas has a long experience in the financial crime prevention space and shares some of his knowledge about this hot topic. We discuss the latest trends and what differentiates fintechs from traditional banks in how they work with this topic. We also discover some of the coming trends and what areas criminals are focusing on. Listen in to learn more about this and much more.
21 minutes | Jun 21, 2021
74. SME financing with Fredrik Ulvenholm from Vilja solutions
In this episode of Fintechpodden, we have the pleasure of having Fredrik Ulvenholm, CEO at Vilja solutions joining us. We discuss why SME historically have had problems accessing good financing solutions and what is currently happening on the market. Listen in to learn more about the current development and where the market is heading. Learn more about Vilja solutions here: https://viljasolutions.com/
39 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
73. All you need to know about cryptocurrency scams with Erica Stanford
In this episode, we are joined by Erica Stanford who is the founder & CEO of Crypto Curry Club - a community from London full of expertise within crypto. You can check out the club here: https://www.cryptocurryclub.com/ Erica has spent recently spent a lot of time researching how scams have happened and evolved within the crypto space since its inception and that is what we talk about in this episode. Everything from mt.gox to one coin and many other types of scams that have occurred within crypto. Erica shares a lot of valuable insights and we also talk about what can be done to avoid getting scammed and what the industry can do in order to protect itself against the scammers. Erica has written a book called Crypto Wars: Faked Deaths, Missing Billions, and Industry disruption - which we of course talk a lot about in this episode. We hope that you will enjoy and learn a lot from this episode. If you would like to get your hands on Erica's book, you can find it on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/Crypto-Wars-Billions-Industry-Disruption/dp/1398600687/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=erica+stanford&qid=1623960695&sr=8-1 Erica on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericastanford/ The cryptocurryclub: https://www.cryptocurryclub.com/ Gustaf on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gustafhardafsegerstad/ Johan on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johanlindskog/ Fintechpodden website: https://fintechpodden.com/ Fintechpodden on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/18896098/admin/
45 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
72. Cashless society with Micaela Vernmark & Jonas Brännvall from TietoEVRY
In this episode of Fintechpodden, we have the pleasure of once again having Micaela Vernmark och Jonas Brännvall from TietoEVRY. We will together discover the topic, cashless society. How did we in the Nordics become one of the most cashless societies in the world? What factors did play in, and how will it evolve in the coming years? What differentiates the Nordic region from the rest of the world? Has the development only been good, or does it have downsides as well? This episode will cover this and much more. Enjoy. Read more about TietoEVRY here: https://www.tietoevry.com/en/industries/financial-services/
34 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
71. Building the best digital identity solution with Kristofer von Beetzen from FrejaEID
In Sweden and most other Nordic countries, we have something called BankID. It is a digital ID solution that almost everyone has and you use it to login and give consent to almost everything you do online. Everything from logging in to governmental websites, to your bank, to your favorite fintech, and many other places too. It is very nice and convenient, but it lacks challenges and today we are delighted to be joined by Kristofer von Beetzen who works as Chief Product Officer at one of the challengers, called FrejaeID. They are building a digital identity solution that is giving more power to individuals to take control of their own data. Bring your data with you from app to app, bank to bank, or any other place. FrejaeID has grown fast over the last few years and continues to do so and this conversation that we had we Kristofer was a true learning and inspirational experience that we hope that you will enjoy!
33 minutes | May 27, 2021
70. Building the platform for alternative investments with Ludwig Pettersson from SaveLend
In this episode, we are delighted to be joined by no one else than the CEO of SaveLend, Ludwig Pettersson. Ludwig has a super interesting background as an entrepreneur. He started building his first company when he was just 11 years old and has since then kept his passion for building companies. After high school, he started playing poker and did so successfully for many years before diving deeper into the fintech space with his company SaveLend. Today SaveLend has grown to one of the leading p2p investment platforms in Sweden and we had the great chance to sit down and talk with Ludwig about the IPO, his experiences, and a lot more super interesting stuff. We hope that you will enjoy the episode! Savelend is currently just weeks away from going public on the Nasdaq Stock exchange, you can read more about it on their webpage here:https://savelend.se/ Ludwig on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ludwig-pettersson-1a029162/ Johan on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johanlindskog/ Gustaf on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gustafhardafsegerstad/ Fintechpodden website and contact: https://fintechpodden.com/ Hello@fintechpodden.com
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