Last month, our CEO and Founder Michael Finkelstein attended Money20/20 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Money20/20 is the premier payments, fintech and financial services conference in the country. It brings together industry disruptors and innovators with the mission of creating a simpler, fairer, faster and more inclusive financial system.
A major topic of discussion this year was the “Future of Money”, which investigated how the financial services ecosystem will change in the coming years. Michael had the opportunity to share his thoughts among dozens of executives, investors and entrepreneurs in a recent piece written by Devin Banerjee, the Senior Financial Services Editor at LinkedIn.
When asked, Michael identified three key trends to keep an eye on in the coming years. We have compiled some of his thoughts, below.
On what excites him about the future of money:
On collaboration between newcomers and incumbents:
On what we will be discussing in 10 years:
We look forward to observing the future evolution of the finance industry as players continue to emerge to challenge large incumbents. Events like Money20/20 will continue to set the pace, and TCJ is excited to play its part.
Chief Executive Officer and Founder
Michael has assembled and leads a team to fulfill his vision of revolutionizing small business lending. He has been an operational and financial executive at primarily high-growth companies within the technology, financial services and infrastructure industries for the past 15 years. Michael started his career in corporate finance at Salomon Brothers. He holds a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.