New Fintech Podcasts and Webinar Series to Follow in 2021by Fintech News Singapore April 16, 2021
Podcasts and webinars have been around for decades but it’s only in the last few years that they became big business. Growth was further propelled by the COVID-19 pandemic that forced professionals to move to digital channels to continue networking and build connections.
In the fintech space, a lot of new podcasts and webinar series have emerged over the past years. We’ve curated a list of the top fintech podcasts and webinar series launched in 2020 and 2021 to follow this year.
Fintech Fireside Asia
Launched in 2020, Fintech Fireside Asia is a monthly show hosted by Fintech News Network’s Vincent Fong. Each month, Fong sits down for an off the cuff conversation with the industry’s brightest fintech founders and leaders in the financial services space, to discuss some of the hottest trends. Topics that have been covered include the future of fintech in Asia, digital insurance, mobile payments and digital banking.
Fintech News Network is a media organization best known in Asia for delivering top-notch local insights through news sites including Fintech News Singapore, Fintech News Hong Kong, Fintech News Malaysia and Fintech News Philippines.
Modern Finance is a new podcast launched this year which covers all things cryptocurrency, decentralized finance (DeFi), yield farming, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), robo-investing, finance hacks, and more.
Hosted by entrepreneur and technology venture capitalist (VC) Kevin Rose, Modern Finance welcomes each week leading entrepreneurs, innovators and experts building modern finance tools.
Experts who have come on the show include senior executives representing the likes of the BitTorrent protocol and Wealthfront.
The Fintech Fridays webinar series, launched in 2020 by consulting firm BDO Australia, delves into the diverse subsectors of the fintech space, including blockchain/crypto, lending, insurance, regtech, personal finance, capital markets, wealth management, payments/billing, mortgage real estate, and money transfer/remittances.
BDO global fintech leader, Tim Aman hosts industry experts for the monthly webinar series, covering the diverse subsectors of the fintech space, including blockchain, regtech, capital markets, wealth management, and more.
Fintech One•On•One, formerly the Lend Academy Podcast, is a weekly podcast hosted by Peter Renton, co-founder of LendIt Fintech. Every week, Renton interviews the fintech leaders who are leading the transformation of financial services, and exploring what the future will look like for lending, payments, digital banking and more.
Experts who have come on the show include senior executives representing the likes of ConsenSys, Ripple, Adyen, Galileo and Veem.
The Fintech Podcast
The Fintech Podcast, launched in 2020, is the audio channel of Fintech Magazine, a fintech news site and networking platform. The weekly podcast features the world’s biggest and brightest minds within the fintech industry who come on the show to discuss some of the hottest trends in the industry including digital banks, neobanks, contactless payments, QR code payments, and more.
Experts who have come on the show include senior executives representing the likes of Red Hat and 11:FS.
Fintech Growth Talk
Hosted by Christina Trampota, the Fintech Growth Talk podcast aims to help the audience navigate the complex world of fintech and bring it to life like never before through exciting, engaging and passionate dialogues with experts and industry leaders alike.
Each episode addresses different areas of fintech and gives listeners practical new solutions which they can take away. Topics that have been covered include financial data, challenger banks, alternative financing, digital transformation and mobile payments.
The Fintech Files
The Fintech Files, launched last year, is dedicated to helping the enterprise fintech industry navigate the threats and opportunities of the 2020s. Each episode features an interview with an executive or thought leader, discussing topics such as marketing, growth, sales, culture, career and more.
The podcast aims to help professionals overcome their growth challenges and discover new ideas to engage with their prospects and clients or learn best practices from business-to-business (B2B) fintech experts.
Experts who have come on the show include senior executives representing the likes of Plaid, Nordigen, Odin and R3.
What the Fintech?
The What the Fintech? podcast, launched last year, is hosted by Fintech Futures’ deputy editor, Alex Hamilton, with a different guest each episode. The podcast discusses trending topics, with guests sharing useful insights and strong opinions from their area of expertise.
Topics that have been covered include open banking, digital banking in ASEAN, mobile lending, real-time payments, and financial inclusion.