Žltý melón has created a new video blog series to talk about the latest developments in p2p lending and FinTech outside of the UK, in order to highlight the innovative things that are going on both in Slovakia and across the EU. This series hopes to entertain, inform and provide a different perspective on things than the existing London-Centric FinTech media does.

There are currently 4 episodes in the series, with new episodes being posted each week.

The show is hosted by Žltý melón’s very own ‘Brexit Refugee’, Jos Henson, who shares his unique perspective on things, having worked at the heart of Europe’s FinTech industry in London, grown up in the world’s tech capital of Silicon Valley, and now finds himself working in Bratislava’s rapidly growing startup community.

Missed the previous episode? Check out Jos’ first blog here!

 

EPISODE 2 – IMAGINE THERE’S NO PEERS, NO INSTITUTIONS TOO…

Peer-to-Peer lending might have been born in the UK, but new ‘pure’ p2p lenders from across the EU could be the future and provide ordinary people with a better deal!

Other highlights of this video include an interview with Žltý melón’s founder, Roman Feranec, a tour of Devin Castle and a look at some of the other innovative things coming out of Bratislava’s thriving startup community.

Jos Henson, International Investor Relations at Žltý melón

Further reading on The Fintech Times: Žltý Melón Launches New p2p Loan To Finance Mortgage Deposits