Tag Archives: Maarten Ectors

“Twitter – what’s next?”

I subscribe to Maarten Ectors constructive innovation newsletter which I get every month, you should too! Elon Musk bought Twitter for $44B, fired most employees, made himself (more) unpopular online, polled people if he should step down from managing Twitter … Continue reading

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Applying Blockchain to Pensions and Investment Management

  This article first appeared on linked in here, Marten’s blogs appear with the kind permission of Maarten. If you would like to see another application of the distributive ledger and Smart contracts in pensions, you can compare the solutions … Continue reading

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Do we retire when we lose the will to innovate? – a provocative blog by Maarten Ectors

This blog is by Maarten Ectors who writes  as Chief Innovation Officer at Legal & General. As someone who could (some would say “should”) retire, I find his comments energizing and his final sentence the best incentive to innovate I’ve … Continue reading

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Who will disrupt western financial markets?

Maarten Ectors, L&G’s Chief Innovation Officer, writes regularly about using innovation to create new businesses. He has created Fintechs  himself and now holds sway over innovation in one of Britain’s most powerful financial institutions. When he writes, he writes with … Continue reading

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