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20Jan

Underbanked not Undervalued

Many people believe that the future of banking is in designing channels that help the underbanked succeed by keeping more of their money. Blesson Abraham the CEO of Cambio is on a mission to make that a reality. This week listen to John and Blesson discuss their past and the future of banking.

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John Best

John Best

CEO

Best Innovation Group

John Best is recognized as a thought leader and visionary of technology advancements and financial application development within the credit union industry.

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