Welcome back to another episode of Fintech, What the Heck?, the best podcast for financial professionals, everything fintech, and the future of data! In this episode we had the pleasure of interviewing Roman Bansal, who is the Head Engineer and one of the original founders of the company TickerStats. TickerStats is a popular user-friendly platform that provides investors with tools, trading insights, and financial statistics and charts. We also caught up with Intrinio’s Onboarding and Support Engineer, Aurora Marshall, and talked about her backstory and roles at Intrinio. Finally, your host Andrew Carpenter wraps the episode up by illustrating what violating data licensing looks like!
Meet the Head Engineer of TickerStats, Roman Bansal (0:36)
Roman Bansal shares how TickerStats was founded, discusses the reasons the platform was established in the first place, and describes how the company is currently solving trading problems. Bansal also talks about the automated tools and financial services TickerStats offers.
Fintech insights with Intrinio’s Onboarding & Support Engineer, Aurora Marshall (18:34)
Aurora Marshall shares her unique background and describes her critical role at Intrinio. Marshall does it all, from marine science to lasering designs, to saving the day with her customer support strategies!
Fintech insights with Intrinio’s Co-founder and COO Andrew Carpenter (32:56)
Your host Andrew Carpenter discusses how to avoid licensing violations – which is a huge problem that’s rarely talked about in the fintech industry.
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