Kevin Moseri

A marketing expert for the first-to-be-licensed E-Money institute in Germany, PayCenter GmbH. He has experience in developing online marketing campaigns, online & mobile product launches, and EU funding regulation. He is an active fintech blogger with interests in online banking, mobile banking, mobile payment, and insurance.

About Kevin Moseri

A marketing expert for the first-to-be-licensed E-Money institute in Germany, PayCenter GmbH. He has experience in developing online marketing campaigns, online & mobile product launches, and EU funding regulation. He is an active fintech blogger with interests in online banking, mobile banking, mobile payment, and insurance.

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Creating value

Creating value in auto finance with vLendRight

Creating value in auto finance is now at the forefront of innovation. vLendRight is partnering up with banks to streamline the customer journey and help financial institutions gain market share in auto finance. “Our belief is that automotive financial institutions ought to look beyond the traditional direct and indirect delivery mechanism and strive to make experiences better for their customers… Read more →

SuperCharger

Pioneering Asian Fintech Growth with SuperCharger Accelerator

I recently had a chance to catch up with Renu Bhatia, Co-Founder and Managing Director of SuperCharger, a dedicated Fintech accelerator in Hong Kong. Pioneering the Fintech Pivot to Asia with SuperCharger [Kevin Moseri] How has the Fintech space in Hong Kong grown so quickly? [Renu Bhatia] About 18 months to 2 years ago, there wasn’t a whole lot happening… Read more →

PSD2

PSD2: Focusing on Action with Open APIs

Introduction: Preparing for the Bank of the Future with PSD2 For the last two years, many industry commentators and analysts have been warning that banks are facing a huge disruptive force as new fintech startups emerge to offer a similar group of services to some of the more traditional banking operations. Now, across Europe, the Second Payments Services Directive (PSD2)… Read more →

Fintech Startups

Fintech Startups: Right! I wish I absolutely knew that!

intech is in the air! It’s the buzz word of the day. There are thousands of Fintech startups currently operating globally with huge investments. However, the success rate or the time it takes the Fintech startups to have a viable, competitive product is still determined by how well Fintech startups are prepared for the realities in the different sectors they… Read more →

call to action

Fintech: Call To Action On Financial Inclusion

PayPal and Village Capital have decided to answer the call to action on financial inclusion. In December 2015 I commented on the number one factor that would end up helping financial inclusion in 2016. Call to action for social impact entrepreneurs Yesterday PayPal and Village Capital announced that they would build a supportive ecosystem for Fintech social impact entrepreneurs, which… Read more →

Digital Currency

Digital Currency: Are you ready for the future of money?

  I was just reading a digital currency article (Is the world ready for digital money? Experts debate the issues) by Laura Singleton, Imperial College London and couldn‘t help but be impressed by the strides digital currency has taken since first developed and how quickly the whole digital currency ecosystem has matured. What is digital currency? Digital currency is a… Read more →

digital

Is this what banks really mean by going digital?

I couldn’t help but wonder what traditional banks mean by going digital or by a “digital-only” bank account. This week, Canada’s Equitable Bank launched a digital-only subsidiary that offers a savings account accessed online and via mobile phones. The EQ Bank Savings Plus Account will allow customers to pay bills, transfer money to friends and family. Well, it’s hard to… Read more →

'Fintegration'

The holy grail for banks is to become the best at ‘fintegration’

  Within Fintech, there has never been a shortage of new terminologies. 2015 saw Fintech (and it’s relationship to banks) explained and re-explained from different angles. However, there are a few broad categories that encompass Fintech: Fintech and regulation in 2015 The excitement surrounding Fintech was slightly hampered when regulation such as the PSD2 in Europe took center stage. Regulation… Read more →

Financial inclusion

#1 factor that will help financial inclusion in 2016

I was just reading a fantastic article by John Boitnott, 8 Ways Financial Technology Will Evolve in 2016 (well, I had to go easy on the Christmas turkey helpings and find something interesting to concentrate on!) and one thing that I agree with is the concept of educating consumers into making smarter decisions. The consequence of this education is the… Read more →

millennials

Will Millennials fully embrace mobile payments in 2016?

Campass Plus recently completed a consumer survey in the UK that points to a not very rosy future for mobile payments when it comes to the next big-spending generation, Millennials. The survey concluded that despite the increase in alternative payment methods and solutions, Millennials (aged between 18 and 34) do not plan to replace traditional methods in the next 10… Read more →