About the Author
Don Ginsel is a Civil Engineer and former banker at ABN AMRO and Deutsche Bank. After a brief time in Venture Capital, he became an entrepreneur, working as strategic and financial advisor and coach to various startups and scaleups. At that time he co-founded Capital Waters foundation, to support entrepreneurs with raising investment. In 2014 Don founded Holland Fintech, one of the largest financial innovation ecosystems in Europe, aiming to use the momentum of change in the financial industry, to change it for the better. Don is currently active as executive and board member in several initiatives that are driving forward digital transformation, financial inclusionand spreading knowledge about technology and innovationacross the world.

Episode 172: Ecosystem Zoom In – The Austrian Case

A schnitzel with a side with industry innovation for the Breaking Banks Europe table, please! The “Ecosystem Zoom-In” series just landed in Austria, and moderated by ecosystem builder himself Don Ginsel, the discussion revolved around the different local initiatives, their regulation, and appetite for collaboration, putting a very specific focus on how female entrepreneurship is…

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Episode 170: MONEY UNDER 20 – “SM” in the new “FS”

Nurter that MONEY-TREE!Taylor Price said it best in a Spring friendly metaphor we encourage you to listen to it – it’s not only poetic but deeply impactful on the way we believe “money does not grow on trees!”Taylor is accompanied by top industry financial literacy content creator Milan Singh. Together they told us everything and…

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Episode 156 – News from The FinTech Front (December Edition)

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Episode 146: Personal Finance Management & Green Services

In the past decade, global green financing increased to $540 billion in 2021 from $5.2 billion in 2012 – a huge jump in saving the planet? Definitely! But how can users see the impact of such investment? How can we ensure it? What is “green” and what is just “greenwashing”? Let’s take a deep dive…

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