Saxo Bank CEO on 30 years in FinTech: Business Extra

Kim Fournais joins to talk about 2022 market dynamics, cryptocurrency and the Copenhagen bank's foray into China

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Investment banks have faced unprecedented times before, but market dynamics and the volume of data in play in 2022 makes this a time like no other.

That's according to Kim Fournais, who founded Denmark firm Saxo Bank in 1992. The CEO joins co-hosts Mustafa Alrawi and Kelsey Warner to discuss how using technology and pushing East to new markets is helping the 30 year-old firm ride out the latest wave of geopolitics, inflation and new unregulated assets like cryptocurrencies.

In this episode

The history and growth of Saxo Bank (0m 14s)

Saxo Bank and its place in FinTech (4m 41s)

The culture at Saxo Bank (10m 54s)

Establishing trust and trading cryptocurrency (19m 57s)

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Updated: June 08, 2022, 8:01 AM