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Breaking Banks Fintech

Breaking Banks Fintech

Thursday at 12 Noon Pacific

March 17th 2016:FinTech and Voice Payments

Voice recognition is the most invisible computer interface. With the popularity of the Amazon Echo, fintechs and banks are both looking at the new possibilities to serve their customers.
Today, Brett has on Rizwan Khalfan, Chief Digital Officer of TD Bank, to chat about the TD/Moven partnership and some of the exciting things they have worked on together. And then we are joined by Brian Roemmele, and expert in ApplePay, and part of the "Around the Coin" podcast team and Mary Wisniewski, writer at BankThink for American Banker about the new possiblities and strides in voice payments.

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Rizwan Khalfan

Rizwan is responsible for setting the strategic direction for all online and mobile activities, while building a better and more integrated digital customer experience. Prior to this role, he was responsible for delivering the technology strategies and development supporting the North American ATM, Phone and Online/Mobile channels. He has held roles of increasing seniority since joining TD in February 2002. Before joining TD, Rizwan worked for Citigroup, overseeing their Operations and Technology in Europe. A CFA charterholder, Rizwan is a graduate of the University of Toronto.
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Brian Roemmele

Brian has been working inside just about every part of the payments and technology industry since 1986. From leading large sales teams, to writing computer code for unique solutions on to founders and CEO functions. His current focus is on working with startup and legacy technology companies to best understand how the future of payments will impact their business plans. Check out Brian here- https://www.quora.com/How-did-Brian-Roemmele-become-a-payments-expert
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Mary Wisniewski

Mary is a deputy editor of BankThink and fintech reporter for American Banker. Previously, she was a blogger and digital editor at Bank Innovation. She also served as a fashion editor for National Jeweler, where she reported on fashion shows and jewelry news. Her work has also appeared in Billboard, Cracked and a number of business media outlets. Mary grew up in the Michigan suburbs and now lives in LA with a maltipoo, two record players and an espresso machine. Mary is endlessly curious and follows anything that grabs her. Current interests include fintech, literature, travel, good conversation, Cat Stevens and Gidget.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2193/breaking-banks-fintech 14/12/2017 12:00 14/12/2017 01:00 Breaking Banks Fintech https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2193/breaking-banks-fintech Voice recognition is the most invisible computer interface. With the popularity of the Amazon Echo, fintechs and banks are both looking at the new possibilities to serve their customers.
Today, Brett has on Rizwan Khalfan, Chief Digital Officer of TD Bank, to chat about the TD/Moven partnership and some of the exciting things they have worked on together. And then we are joined by Brian Roemmele, and expert in ApplePay, and part of the "Around the Coin" podcast team and Mary Wisniewski, writer at BankThink for American Banker about the new possiblities and strides in voice payments.
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