Episode 31: Where Does the Money Go? – Corporate Venture Capital – The Challenges of Strategic Investing

This “Where Does The Money Go?” episode has a specific very relevant focus for Corporate Venture Capital and we bring you two very complementary and very compelling views from power companies in the field, exploring how they are tackling their strategies to help the startups they are boosting and of course the entreprises that supports them, and overall how to manage investment from a large corporate side. First, on the InsurTech world with Ruth Foxe Blader – Partner at Anthemis and thought leader in fintech and insurtech; and on the second part in the banking side of things with Didier Lallemand – Managing Director of Societe Generale Ventures with over two decades of experience in Financial Services. This episode was co-hosted by Francesca Aliverti and Matteo Rizzi.

Author, Co-Founder of FTS Group, BBE Executive Producer
About the Author
Matteo Rizzi is an unconventional entrepreneur with two decades of experience in Financial Services, constantly referred amongst the top executives in the industry. He spent 13 years at SWIFT - where he co-founded Innotribe, the innovation arm of the cooperative, launching the first global startup challenge. Since 2013, he has a FinTech Investor and/or Venture Partner role with global VCs and CVCs (20+ deals, 5 exits). In 2015, he co-founded FinTechStage (now FTSGroup.eu) - a platform for Investors and Innovators to boost FinTech innovation globally. In 2019, Matteo founded Timepledge.org a global initiative to foster financial inclusion and entrepreneurship. The same year he launched Breaking Banks Europe (as the Executive Producer). He is the author of "The FinTech Revolution" and "Talents & Rebels" and is fluent in 5 languages. Twitter:https://twitter.com/matteorizzi Website: https://matteorizzi.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matteorizziofficial Linkedln:https://www.linkedin.com/in/matteorizzi/ Provoke: https://provoke.fm/author/matteo/