How Technology Can Transform the Financial Services Landscape for Good

Episode 141

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Jeff Bond

As the CEO of Chat With Leaders Media and Executive Partner of People First Elevation Team, Jeff leads media strategies for global clients, enhancing content marketing, companywide meeting experiences, conferences, and cross-cultural training. With over 20 years of experience in media, technology, and marketing, Jeff founded Chat With Leaders Media in 2021 to elevate purpose-driven businesses in the marketplace. His core values are Partnership, Inclusion, and Empowerment. Jeff also co-hosts "The People Experience Pulse," a podcast that explores leadership strategies in People, Employee, and Human Experience (PX/EX/HX). Off the clock, he is a devoted husband, father of three, and active citizen in Atlanta, GA.

In today’s episode, Jeff Bond and William Smith host a conversation with Ken Ballou, Director, US Banking and Financial Services at Sensedia, an emerging technology company delivering API solutions for companies adopting a more digital, connected, and open strategy. This conversation was hosted at the TAG FinTech South 2022 Conference at the Georgia World Congress Center.

Ken Bellou talks with Jeff and William about how technology has enabled smaller companies to compete with the bigger players,  the importance of conscious leaders contributing through capitalism to elevate humanity, and what he sees as the future of Fintech.

More About Ken Ballou

Ken Ballou is a senior technology executive and entrepreneur. His success in the software industry reflects his specialization in driving international business growth and market development.

Throughout his career, Ken has successfully developed a number of productive business relationships with a diverse array of global enterprises, including prominent banking and financial services firms and industry-leading technology corporations.

Ken recently joined Sensedia, an emerging global leader providing Open API technology key in supporting a range of digital banking initiatives such as Banking as a Service (Baas) and Open Banking. His responsibilities include the development of business relationships with some of the most progressive and influential banking and financial services firms in the United States.

Ken has previously held a number of entrepreneurial and business leadership positions in companies ranging from Computer Associates and HP Software, to Ni2, Camunda, Alfresco Software, Palantir, and Mobixell Networks.

In 2004 Ken also co-founded an LLC named NewEnding, a business development and advisory services firm offering growth strategy and management guidance to organizations ranging from early stage to Fortune 500.

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