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 Interview with Daniel Döderlein, CEO & Founder of AUKA

Interview with Daniel Döderlein, CEO & Founder of AUKA

This week on In Check with Fintech, our host Lewis is in conversation with Daniel Döderlein, Norwegian fintech pioneer, European Fintech influencer, and Founder and CEO of Auka.

He was the first to develop mobile payments technology in Scandinavia, the first to launch a mobile payment service in Norway (mCASH) and the first to create and run a regulated financial services platform on public cloud.

Listen in on their discussion about his background, the Scandinavian payments markets and empowering the creation of new businesses.



About Daniel Döderlein

Norwegian native, fintech pioneer and top 200 European fintech influencer, Daniel Döderlein is the CEO and founder of Auka.
He has more than 20 years of entrepreneurial experience in the fields of IT, product development, advertising and financial services. He was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year in 2014 by the Norwegian Venture Capital Association. Sitting on the Google cloud advisory board, Daniel has a string of firsts to his name. He was the first to develop mobile payments technology in Scandinavia, the first to launch a mobile payment service in Norway (mCASH) and the first to create and run a regulated financial services platform on public cloud.
After Norway’s second largest bank, Sparebank 1, acquired mCash for exclusive use in Norway, Daniel started his current company, Auka and built Settle, the mobile payments platform for Europeans. Auka has been awarded Deloitte Fastest Growing Fintech in EMEA and best mobile payments platform by CFI Magazine. Daniel is a regular on the speaking circuit and holds some very strong opinions about all things payments - which he often shares on the Auka blog and as a fintech and payments contributor for Forbes.