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How changing the Way we pay changes Everything – Natasha de Terán, Co-Author of ”The Pay Off”

“It is in payments, that we all, rich or poor, have an interest in money.” We all have a relationship with money, whether we like it or not, money is a way in which we communicate our wants, preferences, ideals and priorities. However, as pivotal as money is to civilization, we rarely stop to think about the fact that what is so foundational about money is not money in an of itself, but the way in which we move it around.

In this fascinating conversation with Natasha de Terán, Co-Author of the Book: The Pay Off: How Changing the Way we Pay changes Everything, we get to hear with a unique degree of authority, insight and clarity how the way in which payments are changing is reflective of deep societal shifts, but is also reshaping the way we trust and relate to each other. This is an important conversation that will have you reaching for pen and paper, phone or tablet to capture the depth and relevance of Natasha’s expert knowledge. In this session we covered a lot of ground discussing everything from financial inclusion, new sources of payments revenue, to sanctions , censorship and democracy. This is probably the most interesting content you will listen to today!

Chris Crespo
Chris Crespo
Chris is a Founding Partner and Chief Editor at Nordic Fintech Magazine, where he simplifies complex financial ideas into easy-to-understand content. With a over 15 years of experience in Management Consulting and financial services, including collaborations with some of Europe's largest banks, he offers profound industry insights. Previously serving as the Chief Futurist at the largest bank in the Nordics, Chris is at the forefront of the Future of Financial Services, Money, Disruption, and Ethical AI in Finance. He is also a guest lecturer at Stanford University, Singularity University and Copenhagen Business School, where he frequently discusses the future of Money, Finance, and Entrepreneurship in Financial Services. As a Behavioral Economist, Chris is passionate about studying how human behavior and decision-making relate to risk. He also delves into the connections between psychology, leadership, and technology within financial services.