New banks, new money & serving the unbanked
Ronit Ghose of Citibank in conversation with Antony Jenkins of 10X Future Technologies
In this event he will cover lots of ground, talking about: the rise of new banks and financial services providers; how incumbent banks are responding; what the future of money looks like as we head into the new decade; and what all this might mean for financial inclusion.
He will be in conversation with Antony Jenkins whose company is seeking to harness digital technologies to achieve a step change in the way the financial sector operates.
Ronit is the Global Sector Head for Banks and Co-Head of the FinTech Group at Citi Research, where he has been a Managing Director for over a decade. He is also an Advisory Board Member at the Centre for Finance, Technology and Entrepreneurship.
Ronit previously worked at the British Bankers’ Association and as a research assistant for a former UK Prime Minister. He has an undergraduate degree from Oxford, a postgraduate diploma from the University of London and is a CFA charterholder.
Antony is a pioneer in digital disruption and its applications to banking. He is founder and Executive Chair of 10x Future Technologies Ltd, a company that is developing technology to deliver financial services that are ten times better than the status quo.
He is also Group Chairman of Currencies Direct, the leading UK non-bank provider of foreign exchange and international payment services and a member of the Board of US mortgage lender, Fannie Mae. Antony was CEO of Barclays plc for 3 years until July 2015.
Ronit is the lead author of Citi's GPS Bank of the Future and FinTech report series - the first report in 2016 has had more than 350,000 downloads making it one of the most read FinTech reports ever published.