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11 Lies Told at Money 2020

by Larry Chiang on September 29, 2013

By Larry Chiang
Financial tech innovation is something we pay close attention to. Money 2020 is about networking and showcasing the innovations and fostering an environs to help that.
This article isn’t about any of that.
This is a comical look at the lies told and will be told at Money 2020
-11- We are actively involving risk. In fact we even have one of our team who exclusively focus on risk here at Aria.
Which leads perfectly into
-10- Our team member WHO YOU SHOULD MEET wasn’t feeling well. Bad seafood. Theyre resting in the room now
-8- I head up the team that is actively looking to see how our CRM might incorporate a leadGen component without much disturbance to our cloud infrastructure. Do you have an API?!
-7- Sure, I know all about Addvocate. I think one of our team was in on the beta
-6- Kasasa?! Pfff, we have been fans of theirs since fucking Finovate. We’d use ’em if we weren’t (consolidated mega bank)
-5- I read the agenda. It looks good
-4- Usually, I don’t do this but I will come up to your room (my mini bar key is lost anyway)
-3- We are only sharing a room because we needed to collaborate on a slideshare
-2- YEAH, I read that too!! It was so funny!
-1- There are no more other lies told here at Money Money 2020
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