The regulation revolution in financial services
Summarising change across 2017 and what this means for the future
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Caroline leads Open Banking Implementation for Barclays Bank, which includes leading the design and delivery of Barclays response to the CMA remedies and PSD2 requirements. She also plays an active role in the Barclays engagement with the Open Banking Implementation Entity. She has spent the majority of her career in financial services - more recently as conduct risk director for the Transactions, Insurance and Mass Market businesses. Other roles have focussed on leadership of customer service departments, complaints management and customer experience programmes.
Megan is Chief Platform Officer at Starling Bank, leading platform and API Strategy, partnerships and the development of the Starling Marketplace. Starling Bank is a leading challenger bank in the UK that was founded in 2014 by Anne Boden, former COO of Allied Irish Bank. In 2015 they raised $70 million in their first round of funding and received their official banking license. Prior to Starling, Megan worked in technology in San Francisco, having led product development at Intuit and Xero, two of the world's largest financial technology companies. Megan holds five patents in financial technology, and regularly writes and speaks on the subject. She is now residing in the UK on a Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa, recognised for her work in digital technology.
Lindley Gooden is a journalist and filmmaker who has worked at the very top levels of British broadcasting and news since the early 1990s.
He has worked in national radio and television as:
Prior to his years in the national media, he was known as the most successful Head of News in local commercial radio – launching new services and dramatically raising audience share and reach, using tools that have since been adopted by radio groups across the UK.
Lindley now works with companies, charities, government and other organisations creating and delivering their own media needs.