In episode 101 Matt shares how Mobiquity is working with some of the world's biggest and most successful Fintech to deliver leading digital products.
Matt has over 20 years’ experience in banking and financial services - with prior experience at Citi Bank as SVP of technology and was instrumental in the merger of Misys into Finastra as Global Head of Payments and Cash.
As an authority in financial inclusion, diversity, sustainable banking and the bank of the future, Matt is a published author, appearing in the likes of The Times newspaper on the future of lending, Forbes magazine on digital banking during COVID-19 and Global Banking and Finance Review on the impact of the Metaverse on financial services.
Watch the interview on Fintech Chatter TV
Matt has also been featured alongside prominent academics such as Dr. Ben Caldecott, a British environmentalist and expert in sustainable finance at the University of Oxford and a UK Cabinet office strategic advisor. Matt is regularly invited to lecture at industry events, most recently speaking on the need for diversity at the Women in Finance Summit.
Mobiquity, part of Hexaware, is a full-service digital transformation enabler that delivers compelling digital products and services that serve a purpose, by blending strategy, creative and engineering together. Mobiquity harnesses a sector-agnostic approach to human-centered innovation applied with in-depth industry expertise.
Founded in 2011 with a focus on mobile technology solutions, Mobiquity has adapted to client needs across 9 different geographical locations, providing end-to-end omnichannel digital services to leading B2B and B2C brands.
Mobiquity’s global diverse team in excess of 55 nationalities within a team of 1200, power over 200 million user experiences every day. The company takes shared ownership and accountability throughout the entire clients’ project life cycle, enabling meaningful digital engagement and transformation success.
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