Jason Henrichs

Episode 451: AWS Bets Big on Black and Women Founders & Harmonizing Taxes

This week on Breaking Banks hosts Jason Henrichs and Brett King catch up with DIVINE, Victor D. Lombard CEO & Founder, about his new startup Solvent, an AIO financial empowerment and wealth building platform for the system impacted, and Denise Quashie head of AWS Impact Accelerator for Black Founders, with Solvent one of 25 in…

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Episode 450: Neobanks: End of an Era? Not So Fast

Techcrunch reports fintech accounted for 21% of all venture capital dollars raised in 2021. When things go up, they also have a Newtonian way of coming down. The same article says that 10% of all layoffs in Q2 came from the fintech sector. Neobanks such as Chime, Nubank, Klarna and Revolut were rocketships that now…

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Episode 449: Down but not out: the future of DeFi and TradFi

This week we have a particularly spicy guest… Simon Taylor, writer of Fintech Brainfood, one of the best weekend reads on all things fintech, formerly head of ventures at 11FS and now Head of Strategy and Content for Sardine. Despite the time difference, Simon and Jason Henrichs dig into some real brainfood with some Hot Wings and Hot Takes…

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Episode 447: Fintech’s Getting Spicy

Host Jason Henrichs gets spicy, and sheds a few tears, with industry experts Alex Johnson, Creator, Fintech Takes and Amy Radin, Author and Executive Advisor to Enterprises and ScaleUps in today’s episode of Breaking Banks. The wings are spicy and so is the conversation as they cover current economic challenges, the crypto meltdown, BNPL, value creation, down…

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Episode 446: The CFPB Wakes Up A Dormant Rule

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a press release on April 25th that it was invoking a dormant authority that allows it to examine nonbank companies posing risks to consumers. That’s pretty broad and seems pretty scary. Listen to Dara Tarkowski, host of the Tech on Reg podcast, and Jason Henrichs break down the legal…

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Episode 445: Fuel-ing Finance from the Ukraine & Fueling Faster Payments

In today’s compelling episode host Jason Henrichs speaks with Alyona Mysko, CEO and Founder of Fuel, a Ukrainian company. Fuel, a cloud-based financial department, helps startups by acting as their finance function, navigating what can be tough waters, so CEOs and CFOs can focus and make smart business decisions and projections. Figuring a scalable business…

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Episode 440: Innovation To Be Celebrated: No Slaps Allowed Fintech Awards!

Today Jason Henrichs speaks with Fintech Futures about their first ever Banking Tech Awards USA, to celebrate the outstanding achievements and successes of the US’ best and brightest in the financial technology sector. He goes in depth with independent judges, Mary Wisniewski from Bankrate and Lisa Moyle, VC Innovations UK about what they noted as…

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Special Episode – BREAKING NEWS ON BREAKING BANKS: THE CFPB WAKES UP A DORMANT RULE

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a press release on April 25th that it was invoking a dormant authority that allows it to examine nonbank companies posing risks to consumers. That’s pretty broad and seems pretty scary. Listen to Dara Tarkowski, host of the Tech on Reg podcast, and Jason Henrichs break down the legal…

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Episode 439: Journeys: A Large Bank’s Innovation Journey & VC with Cowboy Ventures

In today’s episode, Jason Henrichs connects with Jo K Jagadish to discuss TD’s innovation journey. As EVP, Head of Corporate Products, Services and Innovation, Jo centers TD product design efforts on customers, even corporate customers, figuring pains, gains and jobs to be done, rather than finding solutions and looking for a problem. Design thinking is…

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Episode 432: From Fine Wine & Fintech to Solo Cups & Solo GPs

Just as red wine is said to be good for the heart, this episode is good for the industry. With a glass of fine red wine, host Jason Henrichs raps with Lindsay Davis, Forbes Contributor and Head of Markets, Atomic about where the fintech industry is, among other things. Money and investment continue despite the…

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Episode 416: Can Fintech Save the Planet?

Financial inclusion, micro-finance, climate change and sustainability – hot topics these days – are aptly covered in today’s episode when Jason Henrichs interviews Mary Ellen Iskenderian, President and CEO of Women’s World Banking, the NGO that wants to use financial innovations to get bank accounts for 1 billion unbanked women around the world; and JP…

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Episode 412: Now Entering: The Fourth Era of Banking

Exciting day on Breaking Banks – we have a new regular host – Amber Buker. Now if that name sounds familiar its because she works with JP and I at Alloy Labs as head of insights. Her work is phenomenal and we asked ourselves why we weren’t sharing her with the world. Well now we…

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