Top 9 Fintech Podcasts:
Podcasts use an audio file to share information through computers or portable music devices. When they are well conceived, they become an effective, portable, convenient and intimate way to deliver and produce content.
Since the past few years, podcasting has been taking off and you can literally find all sorts of podcasts online. But today, let’s focus on fintech shows with our nine favorite fintech podcasts. Have fun and listen to the best fintech podcasts when driving, at home or during running.
Breaking Banks is a dedicated global podcast focused on disruption in the financial services industry and the emerging fintech sector with an emphasis on
The show, which streams live every Thursday at 3pm Eastern in the US on AM 1160 WVNJ Radio and via Voice America’s Business Channel, is hosted by Brett King, a four times bestselling author, renowned futurist and keynote speaker, and explores how banking is rapidly being disrupted and how context and digital are becoming the new drivers of banking experiences.
Breaking Banks is also available on iTunes, Stitcher and Soundcloud and has more than 500,000 listeners from 72 countries.
London Fintech Podcast
Hosted by Mike Baliman, the London Fintech Podcast is a popular 30-minute weekly show that features the movers and shakers of the UK fintech. Featured companies include Accenture, Funding Circle, Elliptic, Startupbootcamp and WorldRemit, with topics such alternative finance, peer-to-peer marketplace, remittance, digital currencies, and more.
Since its launch in July 2014, the London Fintech Podcast has had over 50,000 downloads in more than 115 countries.
Around The Coin
Around The Coin is a podcast hosted by three payments industry experts: Mike Townsend, Brian Roemmele and Faisal Khan.
The purpose of the podcast is to offer entrepreneurs an alternative perspective for growing their business in and around the payment industry.
The show features interviews of leading fintech executives and discussions on topics that include Bitcoin, mobile payment, mobile commerce, payments and social media, and more.
Barefoot Innovation Podcast
The Barefoot Innovation Podcast is a US-centric interview format show hosted by Jo Ann Barefoot, an angel investor, advisor to fintech startups and consultant to some of America’s largest banks.
Barefoot has interviewed executives from the likes of BBVA Compass, American Express, the World Economic Forum and Lending Club.
Created by innovation think tank Best Innovation Group (BIG), the BIG Podcast explores the impact of financial technology on the every day person.
The show features top financial industry guests who share their insights on the technologies that will reshape the way we manage and spend our money.
Launched in August 2014, the podcast has covered an extensive list of fintech-related topics such as peer-to-peer lending, payments, deep analytics and cyber security.
Wharton Fintech Podcast
Produced by Wharton Fintech, the first student-led fintech initiative, the Wharton Fintech Podcast is a newly launched program that discusses the trends, topics and ideas that are reshaping financial services globally.
The show features exclusive interviews of founders, investors, students and thinkers from the world of fintech with unique perspectives.
The Twenty Minute VC
The Twenty Minute VC podcast is a program focused on the world of venture capital and startup funding. Hosted by Harry Stebbings, the program aims to advise entrepreneurs on how they can attain funding but also provides listeners with the latest analysis of the current tech industry, investing trends and predictions.
Hosted by Jochen Siegert and André M. Bajorat, the Fintech Podcast is a German language regular program – roughly twice a month – from paymentandbanking.com, a blog dedicated to the fintech world.
The Fintech Podcast tackles everything from blockchain tech, bitcoin, mobile banking, compliance, crowdfunding, news reviews, and more.
Although the a16z Podcast isn’t specifically focused on financial technologies but rather the more general tech startup ecosystem, the program does feature a few episodes on the subject.
Produced by Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm, the a16z Podcast discusses trends, news, and the future of a world being shaped by technology.
The show features industry experts, business leaders, and other insightful thinkers and voices from around the world.
Multiple podcasts are released every week and sometimes on weekends.
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