A diverse panel discussed ‘Fintech for good’ in front of a full lecture theatre at Strathclyde Business School.
The Scotsman’s Fintech series continued with a live panel discussing Scotland’s rapidly growing Fintech sector at Strathclyde Business School.
More than 150 people listened in on a wide range of views examining ways to nurture a homegrown skilled workforce and winning public trust against a backdrop of GDPR.
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Stephen Ingledew, CEO of Fintech Scotland, was joined Daniel Broby, SBS Director Centre of Financial Innovation and Regulation; Louise Smith, Head of Design, Personal and Business Banking and Head of Transformation at RBS; Alison McHugh, Co-founder at GIGLY and CEO Adlantic; David Goodbrand - Partner at Burness Paull; Andrew Berry, Director at Deloitte; and Loral Quinn, CEO and co-founder at Sustainably.
Topics also included the positive impact of Fintech on society and people’s lives, the dark side of Fintech and Fintech as a force for financial inclusion and better mental health.