City A.M. is publishing Hot Topics' top 100 fintech influential leaders list for 2016, supported by 360Leaders.
This is part 3 of 4, in alphabetical order.
The most influential fintech leaders in 2016, K to Q
Kenneth Lin, CEO & founder, Credit Karma
Ken is CEO and founder of Credit Karma, a personal finance website dedicated to helping consumers to better understand the power of their credit and overall financial health.
Kevin Sandhu, CEO & founder, Grow Financial Inc.
Kevin is CEO and founder of Grow, a digital banking company that represents the new generation of finance. He is passionate about using technology and data science to help business.
Kristo Käärmann, CEO & founder, TransferWise
Kristo is a financial services entrepreneur and ex-consultant. He is the founder and CEO of TransferWise, an online currency exchange and payments service.
Lance Uggla, president & CEO, IHS Markit
Lance is CEO of Markit, which delivers next-generation information, analytics and solutions to customers in business, finance and government. He combines this responsibility with his role as president of IHS Markit.
Marc Murphy, CEO, Fenergo
Marc is a financial technology specialist with experience in developing, selling and delivering enterprise software to banks and financial institutions. He is the founder and CEO of Fenergo, a financial technology product company.
Mario Schlosser, CEO & founder, Oscar Health
Mario is the co-founder and CEO of Oscar Insurance, a company focused on utilizing technology, design and data to 'humanize' US healthcare.
Mark Mullen, CEO, Atom Bank
Mark is CEO of Atom Bank, the UK’s first bank built exclusively for mobile.
Marta Krupinska, GM & co-founder, Azimo
Marta is the general manager & co-founder of Azimo, a mobile and internet-based social remittance network allowing customers to send money to banks, payout locations, mobile phones and home delivery in 190 countries around the world.
Martin Stead, CEO, Nutmeg
Martin is CEO of Nutmeg, an online investment management service, specialising in investments, ISAs and pensions. The brand has been particularly visible across London's Underground network.
Martin Tschopp, CEO, Kiva
Martin took on the CEO role at Kiva after 12 years with eBay, most recently as the vice president and general manager of eBay Advertising. At eBay, he worked to build and grow marketplace and e-commerce businesses in 20 countries. Kiva is a nonprofit focused on connecting people through lending to alleviate poverty.
Matthias Kröner, CEO & founder, Fidor Bank
Matthias is CEO and Founder of Fidor Bank, which was recently awarded "Global Growth Company" by The World Economic Forum and Celent Banking Model of the year 2015.
Michael Abbott, MD financial services, Accenture
Michael is a Managing Director of Accenture Digital Financial Services. He is an expert in payments and digital innovation, partnering with banks, capital markets firms, and insurers to help them adopt innovative technologies and transform their businesses.
Mike Laven, CEO, Currency Cloud
Mike is CEO of Currency Cloud, which aims to create the world's most trusted payments platform that can be easily integrated into the next generation of business payment companies.
Neal Cross, chief innovation officer, DBS Bank
On top of Neal's chief innovation officer role at DBS Bank, he has also founded Hotel Orangutan, a social enterprise to help save the critically endangered Sumatran Orangutan and to give local villagers employment and education.
Nikolay Storonsky, CEO & founder, Revolut
Nikay's London based fintech startup, Revolut, processed $500 million of customer money on its cards in just 10 months. The cards, which allow users to spend money abroad without running up foreign exchange fees, are now in the hands of roughly 200,000 people.
Noah Breslow, CEO, OnDeck
Noah is CEO of OnDeck, a financial technology company that is disrupting the market for small business loans.
Oliver Bussmann, founder & managing partner, Bussmann Advisory
Oliver is the founder and managing partner of Bussmann Advisory, which provides consulting, coaching and thought leadership services in the areas of digital transformation, innovation and business model re-creation.
Oscar Berglund, CEO, Trustly
Oscar is CEO of Trustly, a Stockholm-based online payments company authorised and supervised by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.
Pali Bhat, global head of payment products, Google
Pali's current senior role at Google comes after previously being vice president of product management at SAP Labs. He has also been a consultant for McKinsey & Co.
Pascal Bouvier, venture partner, Santander InnoVentures
Pascal is the Venture Partner of Santander InnoVentures. He has previously worked as an executive, entrepreneur and operator turned venture capital investor with a broad experience in stage venture capital.
Patrick Collison, CEO & co-founder, Stripe
Patrick is CEO of Stripe, which is a set of tools for building and running an internet business. They help businesses accept payments from anyone, anywhere, and build new kinds of companies.
Patrick Gauthier, VP, external payments, Amazon
Patrick is Vice President of External Payments at Amazon and is recognized as industry expert in payments, digital wallet and commerce innovation.
Peng Lei, CEO, AliPay
Peng Lei is CEO and co-founder of Alipay, which became the most successful payment gateway within China under her management, expanding to over 800 million users as of 2014. As of the end of 2014, it was valued at around $60 billion.
Philip Jansen, CEO, WorldPay
Philip is CEO of Worldpay, where he has developed key strengths in business transformation, change management and strategy development.
Philippe Gelis, CEO & co-founder, Kantox
Philippe is CEO at KANTOX, a multinational Fintech company offering FX management solutions. They generate significant savings, efficiency and productivity with full transparency.
Pieter van der Does, CEO & co-founder, Adyen
Since co-founding the Dutch payments unicorn, Adyen, in 2006, Pieter has overseen the growth of the business from a start-up into a global operation with over 3,500 customers and a valuation of over $2 billion.