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On 17 May, Barclays co-hosted a panel discussion on “Financial Institutions as Platforms for Innovation” at our New York headquarters as part of our ongoing sponsorship of the New York FinTech Innovation Lab. 

Over 250 entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and finance executives from the NYC FinTech community gathered to hear insights from panelists representing AIG, Barclays, BlackRock, Digital Asset Holdings, Goldman Sachs and Kasisto.

Watch the video below to hear a selection of their views on financial institutions’ ability to innovate from within, common blockers to doing business with large incumbent players and the right approach to pitching them.

Barclays was one of the original sponsors of the FinTech Innovation Lab, which is an annual program run by the Partnership Fund for New York City and Accenture.  The program connects emerging technology companies to large financial institutions whose executives provide product feedback and mentoring.

The 2016 FinTech Innovation Lab class includes a graduate from the 2015 Barclays Accelerator New York cohort. FinTech startups can apply to Barclays Accelerator programs in London, Manchester, New York and Cape Town by visiting www.thinkrise.com, the online hub for Barclays’ Rise open innovation community.

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Can investment bankers be social innovators?

100 of our newly promoted Banking Associates from around the world gathered in New York for our inaugural Social Innovation Lab to prove they were up to the challenge.

Watch our next gen talent create next gen social solutions

Co-creating the future with Cisco

For Cisco, growing ahead of the curve means constantly seeking what’s next. Barclays helps them stay at the leading-edge of technology by providing ideas for growth and innovation in the form of acquisitions, partnerships and investments across the global technology sector.

Watch how we help Cisco stay disruptive
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The C-suite’s innovation dilemma

The financial services c-suite needs to embrace technology innovation, and learn its language if they want to succeed, according to Harvard Business School professor and New York Times’ bestselling author Clayton Christensen. Professor Christensen explains why the state of disruption in financial services could force them to adapt in this interview with Arian Lewis, Barclays' Head of Open Innovation.

The rise and ethics of the mechanical mind

Can machines ever truly surpass humans’ cognitive superiority in the analysis of qualitative data? To explore this question, Barclays’ open innovation arm, Rise, hosted a panel discussion at its New York headquarters.

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