The FinTech Growth Podcast.

FinTech Growth, hosted by Duncan Currie, is a podcast dedicated to product design, product innovation and growth focused marketing strategies of the players in the FinTech ecosystem.  

Duncan is joined by some of the best thinkers and do’ers in FinTech and shines a light into the far-reaching corners of the industry. So whether you are an industry veteran, or just looking to learn more about what some great organisations are doing, we have you covered!  

Episode List

Ep. 14. From corporate employee to FinTech Co-Founder in 10weeks. Mereki Nieman's journey with Antler and Rensa

Date:
September 11, 2019
Length:
26.20
In this episode of FinTech Growth, Duncan Currie sits down with Mereki Nieman, Co-Founder of Rensa Health, a health insurance startup formed in the first Australian cohort at global startup generator Antler.Mereki shares her inspiring shift from a corporate employee to the co-founder of her own startup with the support of Antler. Mereki also walks through the Antler business process, from joining to securing funding for Rensa Health.

Ep. 13. How do you grow a global one-stop-FinTech-shop? With Joel Yarbrough from Rapyd

Date:
August 27, 2019
Length:
28.27
Today's episode of FinTech Growth with Duncan Currie features Joel Yarbrough, Vice President of Asia Pacific at Rapyd, the world's largest local payment network. They talk about the successes of the company on a global scale and the secrets of Rapyd's massive growth over the past couple of years.

Ep. 12. Is it better to be a tech founder or a product founder? with Justin de Lisle

Date:
August 16, 2019
Length:
29.06
This episode of FinTech Growth with Duncan Currie features Justin de Lisle, Co-Founder of social analytics platform Slix Social and Head of Technology and Analytics at Melbourne-based travel card startup Pelikin.

Ep. 11. From Socks to FinTech. Daniel Kniaz from DiviPay

Date:
July 7, 2019
Length:
32.46
In this episode of FinTech Growth, Duncan talks to Daniel Kniaz. Daniel is the founder and CEO of DiviPay, a virtual corporate card provider based in Sydney. DiviPay works as an expense management platform that is a simple solution to giving companies more control over how money is spent.

Ep. 10: How to scale a double sided marketplace. Arvin Singh from hoolah

Date:
May 8, 2019
Length:
27.23
Arvin gives us a brief explanation of his background and dives into in-depth look at how hoolah has been scaling in the last few months.

Ep. 9. Enabling startup growth with open APIs. Renata Caine from Marqeta

Date:
April 15, 2019
Length:
20.47
This episode of FinTech Growth podcast features Renata Caine, Head of International Strategy at Marqeta. Marqeta is a modern card-issuing platform, built with the developer in mind. The company is providing new possibilities with payment cards.

Ep. 8. Are Credit Cards Dead? with Isobel Santos

Date:
April 2, 2019
Length:
44.23
This episode of the FinTech Growth podcast features industry veteran, Isobel Santos. Duncan and Isobel take a closer look at the credit card market, the structures and consumer choices that shape and influence its industry.

Ep. 7. Vincent Turner from uno Home Loans

Date:
March 4, 2019
Length:
26.25
Inspiring conversion with one of Australia’s top FinTech innovators. We get to hear how uno Home Loans are using Design Sprints and have spread the innovation process throughout the entire business.

Ep. 6. Siobhan Hayden from HashChing

Date:
February 19, 2019
Length:
32.13
Hear how HashChing are evolving their product offering through customer feedback, and an industry experts view on the fall out from the Royal Commission.

Ep. 5. Peter Colbert from INAMO

Date:
January 25, 2019
Length:
42.15
This episode features Peter Colbert, founder and CEO of Inamo, a wearable payment startup and its genesis and push into America. Peter describes the ups and downs and the lessons he picked up on the way to offer Inamo in the US, his home country of Australia, and eventually the rest of the world.

Ep. 4. Aaron Chipper from Frankie Financial

Date:
December 13, 2018
Length:
37.53
Aaron tells us about how Frankie Financial started out as just another neo-bank, but quickly pivoted to being a Bank-as-a-Service. They also dive into the FinTech and Startup ecosystems, and wonder briefly into the world of blockchain.

Ep. 3. David Engel from Verrency (Part 2)

Date:
December 4, 2018
Length:
41.16
Duncan continues to talk with David about how they see the neo and challenger banks playing out, and where they’d like to see more innovation.

Ep. 2. David Engel from Verrency (Part 1)

Date:
November 15, 2018
Length:
18:15
We hear how Verrency is enabling their clients to innovate at pace. Special call out is their ability to micro-segment and release MVP's into the wild. Just awesome!

Ep. 1. Sam Brown from Pelikin

Date:
November 15, 2018
Length:
33:10
Learn how Pelikin are using Design Thinking principles to help shape Pelikin's Visa Travel Card.

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