Finovate Podcast

Hosted ByGreg Palmer

Finovate showcases cutting-edge banking and financial technology through a global conference series featuring short-form demos and insightful expert takeaways. The Finovate Podcast, hosted by Greg Palmer, carries those conversations and ideas forward, with a concise, interview-based format based on Finovate’s signature 7-minute demos. Guests include leading fintech innovators, bankers, analysts, and more sharing their thoughts and predictions on the future of financial technology.

Greg Palmer

Greg Palmer

Greg Palmer is the VP of Strategy and host of Finovate, a fast-paced, demo-first showcase of the latest innovations in financial and banking technology from across the globe. Ten years with Finovate have given Greg a unique, bird’s-eye view of the Fintech industry as it has exploded into prominence, allowing him to watch not only individual innovations as they gain traction, but also the high-level trends that continue to shape the industry. In addition to his work with Finovate, Greg also writes regularly for Banking Technology and

All Episodes

EP 80: Graham Palmer, Parkwood Elementary

My First Banking Experience – a seven-year-old tells us what we...

EP 79: Jeff LoCastro, Neener Analytics

Small data > big data. Jeff walks us through the difference...

EP 78: Raul Rodriguez, Charles Schwab

Lessons on what it takes to build and foster a culture...

EP 77: Bradley Leimer, Unconventional Ventures

Robinhood’s lessons for the industry, and the pressure on fintechs to...

EP 76: Mark Goldberg, Index Ventures

Data privacy is going to be a massive concern for fintechs...

EP 75: Srinivas Njay,

Best of show winner joins us to talk through turning...

EP 74: Bhavin Turakhia, Zeta

FinovateWest Best of Show Winner Zeta Technologies talks about the influence...

EP 73: Jim Van Dyke, Breach Clarity

FinovateWest Best of Show winner Breach Clarity talks about the aftermath...

EP 72: Flavio Mansi, TessaB

Exploring the fintech implications of a blockchain-enabled second-hand phone market.