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BANKING ON IT: How I Disrupted an Industry and Changed the Way We Manage our Money Forever
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BANKING ON IT: How I Disrupted an Industry and Changed the Way We Manage our Money Forever (Paperback)

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Synopsis

ONE WOMAN'S QUEST TO REBUILD BRITAIN'S BROKEN BANKING SYSTEM



'If there was ever a business book suitable for TV adaptation, this is it' FT



In the aftermath of the 2008 financial crash, the British banking industry had come to a standstill. Trust in the sector had been left in tatters and, despite the emergence of technologies which could revolutionise the customer experience, nobody wanted to upset the status quo.



That was until Anne Boden decided to do something radical and start her own bank.



Founder of Starling Bank, winner of Best British Bank three years running, in this awe-inspiring story Anne reveals how she broke through bureaucracy, successfully tackled prejudice to realise her vision for the future of consumer banking and revolutionised the entire industry forever.



***ONE OF THE TIMES TOP 5 BEST BUSINESS BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2020***



'A banking blockbuster' The Observer Magazine



'Sent shockwaves through the tight-knit world of UK tech and venture capital' Yahoo Finance

Anne Boden is the CEO and founder of Starling Bank, the UK's first digital-only bank which she founded in 2014. She graduated in Computer Science and Chemistry and started her career at Lloyds Bank where she helped establish the UK's first real-time payments system. She has held various executive-level jobs in the banking sector, including being Head of EMEA Global Transaction Banking across 34 countries for RBS and ABN AMRO, before leaving to start her own bank that could realise the potential of technology in financial services. Anne received an MBE in 2018, for services to financial technology and sits on the board of UK Finance, which represents more than 250 firms in the banking and finance industry.

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