Breaking Banks

Hosted ByBrett King, Jason Henrichs, & JP Nicols

The #1 global fintech radio show and podcast. Every week we explore the personalities, startups, innovators, and industry players driving disruption in financial services; from Incumbents to unicorns, and from the latest cutting edge technology to the people who are using it to help to create a more innovative, inclusive and healthy financial future.

Hosts

Brett King

Brett King

Creator and Founder
Brett King is the creator of Breaking Banks, the first globally recognized fintech podcast, and the founder of Provoke.fm Media. He is a futurist, an Amazon bestselling author, an award winning speaker, and is the founder of Moven, a $200m mobile bank, with the world’s first smart bank account, used around the globe with over a million users. In his spare time enjoys flying as an IFR pilot, scuba diving, motor racing, gaming (mostly FPS) and Sci-Fi. Brett focuses on how technology is disrupting business, changing behavior and influencing society. He has fronted TED conferences, given opening keynotes for Wired, Singularity University’s Exponential Finance, The Economist, SIBOS and many more. He appears as a commentator on CNBC and has appeared regularly on the likes of BBC, ABC, FOX, Bloomberg and more.​​
JP Nicols

JP Nicols

Cohost / Executive Producer
JP Nicols has been internationally recognized as a leading voice for innovation, strategy and leadership, and his work has been featured in some of the industry’s top publications and conferences across the country and around the world. He is a trusted advisor to companies from startups to the Fortune 500, a popular writer and speaker, and is often quoted in the media. He is a top-rated instructor in a groundbreaking class on fintech and innovation at leading graduate schools of banking. JP is also Cofounder of FinTech Forge, where he helps financial institutions build and leverage their innovative capacity through strategic fintech partnerships and investments; and Cofounder of the Alloy Labs Alliance, a member-driven, shared fintech lab and accelerator for regional and community banks.​
Jason Henrichs

Jason Henrichs

Cohost / Executive Producer
Jason Henrichs founder of FinTech Forge,  which helps financial institutions build and leverage their innovative capacity through strategic fintech partnerships and investments; and Cofounder of the Alloy Labs Alliance, a member-driven, shared fintech lab and accelerator for regional and community banks. He is also the co-founder of FinTEx, a non-profit growing the FinTech cluster across the Midwest, and the founder or Currency, a FinTech Center of Excellence in partnership with the University of Chicago, Northwestern and DePaul University. Jason is a frequent speaker on financial innovation, regulation and compliance as competitive advantage. He is on the FinTech advisory boards for the City of Chicago, the AARP, the Center for Financial Services Innovation Lab, and the SXSW Accelerator.  Jason and his wife are active angel investors in companies that include mobile savings, B2B payments, international payments, investment management, fraud detection, analytics and back office tools

All Episodes

When It Comes To Data, Size Really Does Matter

As Steve Jobs famously said “Some people say give customers what...

Can Banks Afford To Keep Their Customers

Typically, banks make their money off the top 20% of customers...

The Underbanked Don’t Need Banks Anymore!

Do the underbanked really need bank accounts anymore? With the introduction...

Encore Presentation: Here come the Neo-Banks

Pre-paid debit cards are the fastest growing deposit product in countries...

Money CAN Buy Happiness!!!!

It is an old cliche that is proving to be untrue....

Build The Necessary And Useful … And Remember Trust Is The New Black

We are now in a time when interface is a more...

Designing GoodBank™

After the banking crisis of 2008 and the lingering effects on...

Here Come The Neo-Banks

Pre-paid debit cards are the fastest growing deposit product in countries...

Special Encore When Tech Becomes More Human Does A Human Provide A Differentiated Experience

When we think of technology in banking we often think of...

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