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Breaking Banks Fintech

Breaking Banks Fintech

Thursday at 12 Noon Pacific

October 29th 2015:FinTech Flourishing in LatAm

FinTech in Latin America is much like social media- flourishing with lots of room to grow. Today, we are looking at our friends in the southern sphere to talk about growth and trends and differences among Latin American countries. Brett King hosts Alejandro Cosentino- Founder and CEO of Afluenta, Vicente Fenoll- Founder and CEO of Kubofinanciero and Anders Norinder- CEO of Brazil iZettle. Also don't miss show regular, Ian Kar with Quartz media, covering all fintech news.

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Alejandro Cosentino

Alejandro Cosentino is the Founder & CEO of Afluenta, the leading and most participating peer to peer lending community across Latin America where members lend and borrow money for better yields cutting out expensive and traditional middleman. Alejandro combines a well-known experience in innovation and implementation of financial services and technology businesses. He played a critical role in the revamp of American Express Latin America and Caribbean during the ´90 and in the successful transformation of Banco Río before being acquired from Banco Santander. He also created StarMedia Gratis1 (first free ISP across Latin America) and VOY Music (first online Latin radio) designing revolutiona
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Vicente Fenoll

Vicente has a B.A. in Accounting and Finance from ITAM, an MBA from IPADE, and a M.A. in Executive Coaching from IESE. He has gained over more than 20 years of experience in microfinance as founder and CEO of Fincomun, one of México´s leading MFI´s. In 2012 Vicente founded Kubo Financiero, an Endeavor, and Wayra supported technology scale-up that creates online financial communities that link creditworthy borrowers with savvy investors. Kubo is positioned as the first regulated peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platform in Latin America. Vicente aims to disrupt the microfinance sector by significantly reducing the interest rates charged to microentrepreneurs and by creating a new asset
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Anders Norinder

CEO, Brazil iZettle Experienced international CEO with strong experience from working in Latin America. Internationally I have been working in Brazil (11 years), Mexico (3,5 years), Indonesia (1 year), Singapore/Malaysia (1 year), Australia (1 year), Sweden (1,5 years) and in Spain. I have experience working in a rapidly changing environment and am used to take and implement major decisions. I have a tolerant view on people, different cultures and like to coach and lead subordinates in a trustworthy and honest way and I have a broad leadership experience of working internationally.
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Ian Kar

Blogger- Fintechtoday.net I've been a journalist for a few years and have been cited in a number of publications, including The Information, Barrons, Fortune, Forbes, TIME, Daring Fireball, Business Insider, Techmeme, Fortune, Schneider on Security and organizations like NASDAQ, Morgan Stanley analyst notes, and Stanford Law and Business School. I've reported on a wide variety of topics, like Yodlee's IPO, executive changes at Capital One and Visa, the relationship between tech companies like Apple and banks, technical advances in mobile payments (like tokenization), and more "inside baseball" stuff in the financial technology world.
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