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Neat’s CEO & Co-Founder David Rosa joins Know Your Customer’s Claus Christensen for a fascinating conversation touching on FinTech entrepreneurship, SMEs’ most pressing financial needs, the importance of trust in banking, and why RegTech innovation is essential to financial inclusion.

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Episode Notes

In this episode of RegTalks, we explore:

  • Why you should always listen to your customers to find your product-market fit
  • The unique pain points experienced by SMEs in Hong Kong
  • How the process of building trust has changed over time in financial services
  • The role of RegTech in fostering financial inclusion

Our guest David Rosa is a FinTech entrepreneur and the CEO and co-founder of Hong Kong fintech Neat. David started his career at Citibank, where he became their youngest managing director in Asia. He then co-founded the Asian arm of Integral Capital Management, which he sold in 2014 to focus on FinTech.

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    Last updated on March 21st, 2024 at 03:41 pm

    Maggie Maspero

    Margherita Maspero is a marketing expert with ten years of experience in marketing strategy and brand development at international RegTech companies across Europe and Asia. Prior to joining Know Your Customer, Margherita held various positions building brands and driving commercial growth through effective marketing strategies at fast-growing B2B start-ups and scale-ups in London, Dublin and Milan. A graduate of the University of Milan, Margherita holds a Master’s from University College London (UCL).