Our Money20/20 coverage continues with new measures of financial health from the Center for Financial Services Innovation, Startup Pitch finalist Vital 4, a recap of highlights from Trellance’s Lou Grilli, and a recurring Kanye theme.
Links related to this podcast:
The Center for Financial Services Innovation’ Financial Health Pulse:
Startup Pitch participant and risk/compliance firm Vital 4:
Part 1 of our Money 20/20 coverage:
Trellance’s blog, The Payments Review:
Kanye West providing a recurring theme for this year’s Money 20/20 agenda: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E58qLXBfLrs
The Money 20/20 USA site:
Glen’s Money 20/20 wrap-up with Mike Lawson on CU Broadcast: https://www.cubroadcast.com/episodes/money-2020-interviews-bigs-glen-sarvady-shares-conference-takeaways-and-highlights
Oliver Wyman’s report on retail financial services challenges:
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