Scaling to the UK: Advice from KPMG `s Global Head of Fintech


Scaling to the UK: Advice from KPMG's Global Head of Fintech

Anton Ruddenklau, Head of Digital Banking & Innovation, Financial Services, KPMG speaks to Hannah Wallace, FinextraTV about some of the mistakes fintechs made when scaling to the UK pre-pandemic, the impact of Covid-19 today and how we need to mature the market. We learn what fintech firms should be doing differently, how they can balance growth and customer acquisition alongside cashflow and runw…

Fintech VCs Talk Investing

Oct.17 — Vanessa Colella, head of Citi Ventures and chief innovation officer, Citi, Rishi Garg, partner at Mayfield Fund, and Matt Harris, managing director at Bain Capital Ventures, talk with Bloomberg’s Julie Verhage about the state and future of fintech investing at the Bloomberg Sooner Than You Think technology summit in Brooklyn.

The Role of Government and Regulators in the Evolution of FinTech

A panel discussion at the KPMG Digital Summit 2017. The event held in Lagos, Nigeria on Nov 1, 2017. The session was moderated by Ngozi Chidozie, Partner, Management Consulting, KPMG in Nigeria; and had as discussants:
• Dipo Fatokun – Director, Banking & Payments System Department, CBN
• Adebisi Shonubi – MD, Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System Plc
• Bunmi Akinyemiju – MD/CEO, Venture Garden Group
• Iyinoluwa Aboyeji – Co-Founder & Managing Director, Flutterwave

Open data opportunities for organisations from the Consumer Data Right

Ian Pollari, National Sector Leader, Banking and Co-Lead Global Fintech, KPMG and Cassandra Hogan, National Sector Leader, Power & Utilities, KPMG discuss the opportunities for our clients including the banking and energy sector. The Consumer Data Right (CDR) will provide opportunities for organisations to provide better services to their customers which will improve customer experience.

What’s going to happen to Big Tech’s laid off workers?

Technology is part of our everyday lives and necessary for most societies to function. This increasing dependency has led to massive growth in the tech sector and, with it, a proliferation of high paying jobs.

Following the industry’s recent struggles, those exorbitant salaries are now being scrutinized like never before.

“What has happened in the last three to four years is the pay for the other non-Big Tech companies have gone up, and many of the startups are really upset because they can’t burn cash at those rates,” Ben Leong, a professor of computer science at the National University of Singapore, told CNBC.

“The Big Tech companies will continue to pay what they used to pay – they always pay a lot,” he added.

“I suspect the growth in the median pay will either stagnate or may even drop a little bit.”

So, is the bubble bursting for tech workers? Watch the video above to find out more.

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