Design Mind frogcast Ep. 35 - Studio Sessions: Banking on Invisibility

Our Guests: Stephen Dury, Capgemini Invent; Janine Hirt, Innovate Finance; Michael Harte, United Ventures & MIT

On this episode, we’re talking about the future of banking. Or, more specifically, how the true next wave of financial services experiences are becoming so embedded into our everyday lives, such a part of everything we do, that banking may become invisible altogether. You’re going to hear a conversation between three leading voices in this space. Stephen Dury, Vice President of Financial Services for frog’s parent company Capgemini Invent, who hosts a discussion with Janine Hirt, Chief Executive Officer for Innovate Finance, and Michael Harte, Partner at United Ventures and Industry Research Fellow at MIT. The conversation spans everything from regulation in the age of fintech, to what it takes to stand out in an invisible banking landscape, to financial literacy for children.

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Download the Chief Challenges 5: Banking on Invisibility report.

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Featured in this episode
Elizabeth Wood
Host, Design Mind frogcast & Editorial Director, frog Global Marketing
Elizabeth Wood
Elizabeth Wood
Host, Design Mind frogcast & Editorial Director, frog Global Marketing

Elizabeth tells design stories for frog. She first joined the New York studio in 2011, working on multidisciplinary teams to design award-winning products and services. Today, Elizabeth works out of the London studio on the global frog marketing team, leading editorial content.

She has written and edited hundreds of articles about design and technology, and has given talks on the role of content in a weird, digital world. Her work has been published in The Content Strategist, UNDO-Ordinary magazine and the book Alone Together: Tales of Sisterhood and Solitude in Latin America (Bogotá International Press).

Previously, Elizabeth was Communications Manager for UN OCHA’s Centre for Humanitarian Data in The Hague. She is a graduate of the Master’s Programme for Creative Writing at Birkbeck College, University of London.

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