Kenza Bryan – Money reporter at The Times and The Sunday Times. She joined The Sunday Times’ Foreign desk in 2018 after working as a business reporter for Agence France-Presse international news agency and training at the Press Association. She writes widely on inclusive finance, fraud, consumer debt and technology.
On the panel:
Natalie Ceeney CBE – Chair of Innovate Finance and Non-executive Director at Ford Credit Europe, Countrywide PLC, Anglian Water, and Sport England. She has worked across multiple sectors, as a three-times CEO (of The National Archives, HM Courts and Tribunals Service, and the Financial Ombudsman Sector), and on the UK Executive of HSBC. She has a deep understanding of the technological changes underpinning financial services, and chairs Innovate Finance, the members’ body for FinTech. In 2019, she published an independent review into the implications of a cashless society, with a variety of recommendations for government and regulators, which have been widely adopted. She is now leading a programme of Community Cash Pilots to explore new models of cash access across the UK.
Paddy Greene – Head of Policy (Money and Consumer Rights) at Which?. Paddy is responsible for the organisation’s policy output in financial services covering pensions, savings, insurance and banking. Before joining Which? Paddy spent 12 years at the Office of Fair Trading and the Competition and Markets Authority focusing on market studies, consumer enforcement and consumer engagement.
Jeni Mundy – Managing Director UK and Ireland at Visa since 2018. Previously, Jeni was at Vodafone Group PLC, most recently as Group Enterprise Product Management Director. Her prior roles included Northern Europe Sales Director for multi-national customers, Chief Technology Officer for Vodafone UK and a UK Executive Board member and Chief Technology Officer, New Zealand. Since 2016 Ms. Mundy has also been a Non-Executive Director for Auto Trader PLC. She began her career as an Engineer at BellSouth in New Zealand, having first achieved distinction as a professional yachtswoman competing in two Whitbread Round the World Yacht Races. She has an MSC in Electronic Engineering and BSc in Mathematics with Philosophy.