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Special episode: The future of FinTech in the UK 

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The UK has become a global leader in the development of the FinTech sector over the last decade, and attention is now turning to how it can retain its leadership position in the industry and foster the next generation of FinTech innovation. The recent Kalifa Review of the UK FinTech sector made a number of recommendations on how to do just this, and in this month’s episode, we sat down with Louise Brett, Deloitte’s FinTech Lead and a contributor to the Kalifa Review, to talk about how the sector has evolved and what we see coming next. Tune in and join us for this show recorded especially for UK FinTech Week 2021!

Key questions:

  • Why is now the right time for UK authorities to re-imagine their approach to the FinTech sector?
  • How can technological innovation in financial services continue to benefit broader society?  
  • What are the key features of the regulatory and policy environment that have allowed FinTech to flourish?
  • What will influence the development of the FinTech sector the most in the coming years? 


Louise Brett
Head of FinTech
Financial Services

Louise leads the UK FinTech response for Deloitte, working across the ecosystem with Financial Services clients, government bodies, regulators, advisors and the broader FinTech community. Formerly a banker, she is a practical strategist with broad experience in leading some of Deloitte’s most high profile engagements and sits on the board of Deloitte’s EMEA FinTech Accelerator.

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Scott Martin
Senior Manager
EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy

Scott is a Senior Manager in the Centre for Regulatory Strategy advising on international banking regulation, with a particular focus on bank capital, strategy, cyber risk and public policy-making processes.

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