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2023 Wharton FinTech Podcast Wrapped: A Yr of Fintech Insights and International Connections 🌐🎙️ | by Wharton FinTech | Wharton FinTech | Jan, 2024

As we wrap up an thrilling yr at Wharton Fintech Podcast, we’re thrilled to take a second and mirror on the unimaginable journey we’ve shared with our listeners and companions. Right here’s a snapshot of our exceptional yr in fintech:

Month-to-month Listens: ~100,000

Prime Listener Nations:
1. 🇺🇸 United States (~60%)
2. 🇬🇧 United Kingdom (~10%)
3. 🇨🇦 Canada (~4%)
4. 🇮🇳 India (~2%)
5. 🇸🇦 Saudi Arabia (~2%)
6. 🇦🇺 Australia (~2%)

Past the Prime 6: Our podcast has reached quite a few nations throughout Asia, Europe, and Africa, creating a really world group 🌐

Our high 5 episodes of the yr, bringing you the most recent in fintech innovation:

  • Coatue — Michael Gilroy. Andrew Janssens hosted Michael Gilroy, Co-Head of Progress Investing and Head of Fintech at Coatue. Coatue is a multi-stage expertise investor throughout each personal and public markets. On this episode you’ll hear about: Michael’s investing philosophy, The State of Fintech in 2023, and the “Rule of 200” for fintech investments
  • SoFi — Anthony Noto, CEO. Russell Matambo hosted Anthony Noto, CEO of SoFi, a member-centric one-stop store for digital monetary providers within the US. On this episode you’ll hear about: SoFi’s trajectory since Anthony took over as CEO 5 years in the past, the background to the SoFi stadium naming rights deal, what it is going to take for SoFi to fulfill its aim of changing into a high 10 monetary establishment within the US. how Anthony’s upbringing and diversified skilled experiences have influenced his management model
  • F-Prime Capital — State of FinTech 2023. Josh Benadiva and Kailee Costello sat down with David Jegen and Abdul Abdirahman from F-Prime Capital to debate the State of Fintech 2023 Report. Josh and Kailee focus on how David’s prolonged expertise in FinTech has knowledgeable his perspective on the newest enterprise cycle, and listen to from Abdul about how the Fintech Index bought its begin and rather more.
  • a16z — Angela Unusual, Common Associate. Nihar Angela Unusual, Common Associate at a16z. She focuses on Monetary Companies together with fintech infrastructure, insurance coverage, actual property, and growing monetary inclusivity. Within the Fintech world, Angela is well-known for coining the concept that “Each Firm Will Be a Fintech Firm” — an concept pushed by the inflow of latest, transformative monetary infrastructure instruments that allow non-fintech firms to derive a good portion of their income by way of monetary merchandise.
  • Sensible, Harsh Sinha & Steve Naude. Kailee Costello hosted Harsh Sinha and Steve Naudé from Sensible. Harsh is the Chief Expertise Officer, and Steve is Head of Sensible Platform. Sensible has constructed a number one cross-border funds community and processes £9B in cross-border funds each month on behalf of over 16 million clients. Sensible’s IPO on the London Inventory Alternate happened in 2021. On this episode you’ll hear about: Sensible’s journey from cash switch service to main cross-border funds community, and the way Sensible have put an API round their cross-border cost infrastructure in order that they will provide it to banks and non-banks through Sensible Platform.

This yr, we had the privilege of partnering with:

  • David M. Brear — 11:FS “Fintech Insider” podcast: David shares his insights on 3 matters: (1) How digital applied sciences and fintechs have unleashed innovation in business banking, (2) The banking battlefield, and (3) How fintech and monetary ecosystems differ throughout completely different world markets
  • Hans Tung — GGV Capital’s “Evolving for the Subsequent Billion” podcast: Joshua Benadiva hosts a captivating dialog with Hans Tung, widely known as probably the greatest enterprise traders on the earth. Hans is the managing associate of GGV Capital, and has been named to the Forbes Midas Checklist of the world’s high enterprise capital traders for 11 consecutive years. All through our dialog, we discover the distinctive decision-making methods which have fueled Hans’ profitable investments. We delve into his distinct perspective on human and technological transformation and focus on how he makes use of these as knowledge factors in his broader funding technique.

These collaborations have enriched our content material and expanded our attain, fostering significant conversations within the fintech ecosystem.

An enormous shoutout to our proficient Wharton scholar hosts who’ve been the spine of our podcast, bringing recent views and fascinating conversations to our viewers.

As we step into a brand new yr, the Wharton FinTechPodcast workforce is worked up to proceed our mission of delivering insightful content material, connecting with the worldwide fintech group, and exploring the way forward for finance.

Comply with us on Medium and LinkedIn to remain tuned for extra fintech insights and thrilling developments. Thanks for being part of the Wharton FinTech journey in 2023! 🎉🚀

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