Anthony Malakian, US editor of Waters, and James Rundle, news editor of Waters, record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.
Oliver Harris, head of JPMorgan’s In- Residence program, joins the podcast to discuss the fintech space, how these firms are proving disruptive, and how the bank is adjusting its strategy as a result. Also, James and Anthony discuss developments pertaining to the Target2-Securities platform. Finally, the two nerd out on TV and sports.
3:10 Oliver joins the podcast and defines how JPMorgan views the fintech space, and how it has evolved in recent years.
5:15 He next explains how the JPMorgan’s in-residence unit plays into the bank’s broader fintech endeavors.
10:30 Next, he looks at two specific success stories to come out of program.
15:45 What’s in it for the bank?
20:00 Oliver gives his thoughts on machine learning and blockchain.
22:15 What is the T2S platform and how did we get here?
25:45 While this is the final migration phase from the original plan, it’s not the end of T2S’s growth.
27:00 Have there been any tangible benefits stemming from the first implementation in 2015?
28:45 What’s next?
30:00 We’re tired of having to be inundated with political conversation, even in traditionally non-political spaces, so no political conversation here. Which leads us to…
32:30 James reviews the first episode of Star Trek: Discovery.
37:30 Anthony recaps the Gennady Golovkin-Canelo Alvarez fight.
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