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Oct 8, 2020

Virtual PayCLT: Ben Isaacson; How Akoya envisions the future of data

Ben Isaacson comes to PayCLT to discuss how Akoya will solve the financial consumer’s connection and data needs of the future

PayCLT is excited to welcome Ben Isaacson, the SVP of Product Strategy at the Clearing House. Ben will bring us conversation about how the growing number of fintechs and legacy financial institutions will share data better in the future and how Akoya can help.

Akoya offers a secure, API-based data access network that creates a safer and more transparent way for consumers to grant access of their personal financial data to third-party financial apps. The Akoya network acts as a bridge between financial institutions and data recipients, such as data aggregators and fintechs, and is available to the entire financial services industry.

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Meeting ID: 832 9841 5986

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Ben Isaacson joined The Clearing House in October 2018 to lead the firm’s Connected Banking efforts. Ben has over twenty years of experience in banking and payments, most recently at Cross River Bank, where he was the SVP and General Manager of the Payments division and member of the firms’ management team. Prior to Cross River, Ben spent six years at JPMorgan Chase, most recently as Product Executive within the Treasury Services department, responsible for real-time payment services. Prior to this role, Ben led the Wholesale Payments Strategy team at JPMorgan Chase, and was responsible for long-term growth initiatives, such as business-to-business payments strategy and FinTech engagement.

Earlier in his career, Ben spent seven years at MasterCard in Strategic Planning and MasterCard Advisors’ Payments Strategy group, had product and solution development roles at Deutsche Bank, and was a consultant in KPMG’s Financial Services Group, and internal product development group.

Isaacson holds a BA degree from Binghamton University, as well as an MBA from New York University. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

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Carolina FinTech Hub