Inspired by disruption and frustrated by legacy obstacles, challenger banks are leveraging new legislations like GDPR, Open Banking and PSD2 to identifying gaps in the banking market, and brining streamlined products and services to the masses. Meanwhile, established players are speeding to catch up, but shedding restrictive legacy systems and creating agile new innovation departments. But will the future spell competition, cooperation or corrosion?
Tamaz Georgadze , Raisin
Tamaz Georgadze As CEO he leads Raisin and takes in particular care of partner bank acquisition, business development, legal and regional expansion efforts.
Prior to building and scaling Raisin, Tamaz has spent 10 years with McKinsey & Company, the last 3 years as Principal leading also McKinsey Savings and Investment products Service Line for EMEA countries. He served some of the very largest retail, universal and wholesale banks throughout Europe and in Asia.
Tamaz holds a PhD in agricultural economics, graduated with honors in law (both from University of Giessen) and international economics (from Tbilisi State University).
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