PayTechTalk 7 and the token – featuring Matthias Setzer from PayU

PayTechTalk 7 and the token – featuring Matthias Setzer from PayU
With PayTechTalk 7, you get insights about the trend for a token and “real FinTech” – and why Silicon Valley will probably not remain the innovation maker. 🖨Download / Print

What does a token have to do with it?

What does the future of payments look like – and what does a token have to do with it? Is there a trend for “real FinTech” and how exactly will the geographical regions influence what’s going to happen in FinTechs on a global scale? Will for instance, Berlin or Silicon Valley remain the innovation makers? Will payments becoming commodities and are regulations a chance for innovation drivers or brakes?

If you’re interested in these topics, I highly recommend joining our seventh episode of PayTechTalk, in which I was happy to have the chance to chat with another one of my favourite ex-colleagues: Matthias Setzer. Matthias and I had a fruitful time working together at PayPal and he is for sure a real FinTech expert. As Chief Commercial Officer at PayU, Matthias is responsible for PayU’s cross-border business, global sales, key accounts, and strategic partnerships as well as marketing & PR.

I hope you enjoy the seventh episode of PayTechTalk as much as I enjoyed conducting this interview.

About PayU

PayU is the leading online payment service provider in 16 high growth markets, dedicated to creating a fast, simple and efficient payment process for merchants and buyers. The 300+ payment methods and PCI certified platforms are designed to meet every consumer’s needs. The markets in which PayU operates represent a potential consumer base of nearly 2.3 billion people and a huge growth potential for merchants. PayU has more than 1,800 payment specialists based in these local markets supporting PayU’s 200,000+ merchants and the millions of consumers making online payments.


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Susanne started her legal career at Linklaters. Most recently, she headed the legal department of PayPal for the DACH region. Before that, she worked at eBay mainly on payment related topics. Her focus are regulatory issues and product advice in the payment and ecommerce industry. Susanne dealt with completely different legal topics as head of legal director for the Bundesdruckerei (federal printing office).

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