Believe in Better: Insight and inspiration from industry leaders
Over the past year, events such as Brexit, the new US administration and of course Covid-19 have shaken up market order, and at times, currency markets responded with unparalleled volatility. However, with challenges also come new opportunities. New and promising markets are constantly emerging and specialists are becoming increasingly vital for facilitating international trade.
We spoke to Lee McDarby, CEO of UK International Payments at moneycorp – the international fintech and payments group – about currency volatility and the impact on UK businesses, how the financial services sector has adapted to the challenges of the past year, and what ‘better’ looks like for the industry.
Watch this space for future episodes of Believe in Better with more inspiring thought leaders from our network.
Check out our previous episodes, which include:
John Pearce, Made in Britain
Steven Meersman, Co-Founder of Zenobe Energy
Justine Lago, Director and Executive Coach of Onion HR
Matt Griffiths, CEO of Youth Music
Leonor Stjepic, CEO of Montessori Group
Steve Swayne, Chair of the Institute for Turnaround
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