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Breaking Banks Fintech

Breaking Banks Fintech

Thursday at 12 Noon Pacific

January 07th 2016:FinTech 2016- What's next?

Today, Brett has Jim Marous, co-publisher of the Financial Brand and a Breaking Banks regular on the show to talk about expectations for 2016. We also have Jesse Podell, a mentor at Startupbootcamp Fintech talking to us about what is happening at CES and Ian Kar from Quartz telling us all about ApplePay in China and the possibilities when they enter P2P markets. And then Ben Miller from Fundrise, the initial real estate investment site to utilize crowdfunding, about the growth and appeal of real estate investment and the ability of crowdfunding to democratize entry into it.

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Jim Marous

Jim is an industry leading direct marketing strategist and business developer, specializing in creating innovative, multichannel solutions that drive revenue through acquisition, engagement, expanding share of wallet and retention. He has successfully launched new products and services as well as built and reinforced existing products and brands. He believes that any marketing challenge is best met head on with focus, enthusiasm, teamwork and an open mind. As a frequent industry speaker, author and recognized authority on measured media, he works with clients and key marketing executives in trying to use customer and prospect insight to drive bottom line results. His industry experience in
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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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Ben Miller

Ben Miller is co-founder and CEO of Fundrise, an online real estate investment platform that originates, underwrites, services, investments, and then re-syndicates (crowdfunds) real estate. Founded in 2012 by Ben and his brother Dan, Fundrise was the first company to successfully crowdfund investment for real estate online, raising over $40M for more than 50 projects, including 3 World Trade Center in Manhattan and the redevelopment of former Tigers Stadium in Detroit. The site allows lenders to invest in properties for as little as $100 per share, and as much as $10 million, and earn favorable returns (historically 12 to 14 percent). Based in D.C. with offices in Los Angeles, New York
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Jesse Podell

Jesse is Managing Director for Startupbootcamp FinTech New York. He is responsible for all aspects of the program including startup outreach and working with its excellent partners. A lifetime New Yorker, Jesse spent twelve years in trading and business development roles at financial insitutions such as Jefferies, KCG and Susquehanna. In 2012 he entered the NYC fintech startup scene and has never looked back. Jesse co-founded TechDay, a large scale event and online community. Since its inception. TechDay has grown from a small crowd of 500 people to a community of tens of thousands in multiple markets worldwide. TechDay's diverse events have helped more than a thousand startups i
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