Fintech marketing strategy and research professional
Consultant and researcher for several fintech startups, banking innovation groups and investors with a keen understanding of the trends and activities of startups,banks and investors in the space.
There are a range of advisory and consulting services Devie can offer to banks, financial institutions, fintechs, technology firms, consulting firms, event groups and research publications. She uses research, data and market trends to set up fintech, go-to-market and investment strategies for firms in the fintech and tech industry.
Blogs & articles
Devie has written several articles, research papers, blogs and columns for some of the world’s leading publications. She has also been a commentator and writer of opinion pieces for several newspapers and magazines.
Devie has spoken in over 25 countries as a keynote speaker, panelist and moderator. Her speaking topics include Trends in the Fintech Ecosystem, Collaboration Models, Cashless Societies, Challenger Banking, RegTech, etc.
The Financial Services Guide to Fintech looks at this trend in detail, using case studies of successful partnerships to show how banks and fintech organizations can work together to innovate faster and increase profitability.
Co-Publisher of The Financial Brand
Devie has created the ‘must read’ guide for those new or tenured in the banking space.
This book is a must-read for both sides of the equation: traditional financial services firms and their potential fintech partners.
- The changing face of challenger banking – what does the future hold?There is no question that challenger banking, especially in the UK, has revolutionised the way we look at financial services. The simplicity of transactions, transparency of fees and the ability to connect with your peers have helped millennials, as wellContinue reading “The changing face of challenger banking – what does the future hold?”
- Why the newly banked will be the biggest problem for digital banksIn the past three years, 100 million people have opened bank accounts for the first time in Africa. In China, there are 500 million people who are ‘newly banked’. In India, 187 million new accounts were opened in just oneContinue reading “Why the newly banked will be the biggest problem for digital banks”
- Key takeaways from the ING Think Forward initiativeThe Think Forward initiative from ING Group was an opportunity for academics, economists, banking and technology leaders to address the issue of the complexity of financial decision-making. The economic and geopolitical uncertainties in the world have led to a previouslyContinue reading “Key takeaways from the ING Think Forward initiative”