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20Feb

At the Intersection of Peachtree and Payments

 

Glen sits down with the Georgia FinTech Academy’s Tommy Marshall and LexAlign’s Reese Porter to discuss why all US payments roads lead to Atlanta, the University System of Georgia’s model for equipping the next generation of FinTech talent, and why 1,500 FinTech fiends will take the field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in mid-April.

About the Author

Glen Sarvady

Glen Sarvady

Glen has 20+ years of FinTech experience, including leadership roles at industry heavyweights CheckFree, McKinsey and Deluxe. As a student he also helped launch a credit union at the University of Pennsylvania. Glen's firm 154 Advisors helps FIs and FinTechs navigate the rapidly evolving financial services landscape. His BIGCast episodes focus on payments issues, intriguing new products and industry hot topics. Follow him on Twitter @154Advisors 

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