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Breaking Banks Fintech

Breaking Banks Fintech

Thursday at 12 Noon Pacific

August 10th 2017:Encore: The Financial Diaries and Fintech

Do you have $400 in case of emergency? When the Fed announced a study revealing that most American's don't have $400 in case of emergency, it changed the way that we think about the status of the middle class and the struggles that many people are having with their financial life. Today, Brett King talks to Rachel Schneider, SVP of Center of Financial Services Innovation, about her new book The Financial Diaries: How American Families Cope in a World of Uncertainty. This book is based on the US Financial Diaries Study conducted by CFSI and NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.

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Rachel Schneider

Rachel Schneider is senior vice president at the Center for Financial Services Innovation, an organization dedicated to improving the financial health of Americans. Rachel is a sought-after expert who speaks and publishes broadly about issues in consumer finance, offering frank, insightful assessments of the financial challenges facing the majority of Americans. Her research has been featured in the nation’s top publications, such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, and many others, and she speaks frequently at a broad spectrum of events, from Money2020 to Federal Reserve Board, FDIC and CFPB conferences to CFED’s Assets Learning Conference. Though she began he
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Travis Dulaney

Travis Dulaney is Co-Founder and CEO of Push Payments. He has been responsible for directing and building Push Payments’ Real-Time payments capabilities, as well as establishing Push Payments’ South Florida office. Mr. Dulaney has over 25 years of Financial Services experience, specializing in Payments, Processing and Banking across vertical markets providing vision, insights and creative solutions. Travis Dulaney has held executive positions with, FIS the #1 FinTech company as Senior Vice President and General Manager of Government Services; VP of Product Development for eFunds Systems a payments switching and card processor; VP of IT for Interliant, a ASP. Travis’ experience ranges f
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2193/breaking-banks-fintech 19/10/2017 12:00 19/10/2017 01:00 Breaking Banks Fintech https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2193/breaking-banks-fintech Do you have $400 in case of emergency? When the Fed announced a study revealing that most American's don't have $400 in case of emergency, it changed the way that we think about the status of the middle class and the struggles that many people are having with their financial life. Today, Brett King talks to Rachel Schneider, SVP of Center of Financial Services Innovation, about her new book The Financial Diaries: How American Families Cope in a World of Uncertainty. This book is based on the US Financial Diaries Study conducted by CFSI and NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Also, we get to talk instant payments with CEO of Push Payments, Travis Dulaney. And we talk with Mary Wisniewsky from American Banker about the nuances of data aggregation in lending, and how it could change the ideas behind credit scores forever. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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