In November 2020, Tearsheet hosted its second annual Embedded Conference. Two days exclusively devoted to the platformification of finance, the Embedded Conference explored one of the most exciting trends in finance today — the expansion of financial services into industries like transportation, on-demand delivery, travel, retail.
Tearsheet’s Suman Bhattacharyya summarized the major themes from the conference as platforms, banks, and technology companies all juggle various challenges and opportunities specific to their own businesses.
The full session videos are available to Tearsheet’s Outlier members. Our partner and sponsor of the event Publicis Sapient has made its video available that captures an interesting discussion between Dave Murphy, Managing Partner, Financial Services, EMEA & APAC, and Tearsheet editor in chief, Zack Miller, on the rewards and risks of becoming a banking platform.
Embedded Conference 2020: OpinionMaker Panel — Paul Diegelman, David Donavan, Michael Fitzgerald, Dov Marmor
Each conference, Tearsheet convenes an OpinionMaker Panel, comprised of thought-leaders and entrepreneurs making change happen. For the 2020 Embedded Conference, we invited Paul Diegelman – VP, Digital Payments & Data Aggregation at Fiserv, David Donovan – EVP of Financial Services at Publicis Sapient, Michael Fitzgerald – Head of Corporate Strategy, at DriveWealth, and Dov Marmor – COO, North America at Railsbank. The foursome discussed various trends in embedded finance and their opportunities and challenges.
Embedded Conference 2020: Dave Murphy, Publicis Sapient
Dave Murphy, Managing Partner, Financial Services, EMEA & APAC at Publicis Sapient talks about the rewards and risks of banking as a platform. Banks have an opportunity to innovate without becoming the plumbing of finance.
Embedded Conference 2020: Embedded Awards Ceremony
Tearsheet’s 2020 Embedded Awards honored the top players leading the movement towards Embedded Finance. The Awards celebrate the industry’s top Embedded Finance platforms by recognizing their creativity, innovative drive and consumer value.
Here were the awards and their winners:
- Best Banking as a Service Platform: Goldman Sachs Transaction Banking Platform
- Best New Product: Intuit’s QuickBooks Cash
- Best Card Issuing Platform: Marqeta
- Best Customer Onboarding Platform: Narmi
- Best New Embedded Program: Bond
- Best Overall Embedded Platform: Plaid
- Best Payments as a Service Platform: Galileo
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