Industry: Financial Services

Stephen Wendel

Dr. Wendel is a behavioral scientist who studies financial behavior and how digital products can help individuals manage their money more effectively. He serves as Head of Behavioral Science at Morningstar, where he leads a team of behavioral scientists and practitioners to conduct original research on saving and investment behavior. Stephen has authored three books …

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Dani Calero

Psychologist and research deciphering consumer behavior´s unknows for 10 years. Currently applying behavioral economics in the banking sector. Founder of www.behavioralinspire.com

Žiga Vižintin

I apply behavioral economics in retirement saving where I focus on various behavioral biases and heuristics related to retirement saving and how to turn them around to help people save more for retirement. I share all my finding on my blog www.IrrationalRetirement.com.

Jesus Maria Garcia Martinez

Jesús María García Martínez Director at CaixaBank Operational ServicesGroup, from 2018 and from 1999 to 2018 People Director at VidaCaixa, Insurance Group at CaixaBank, and leader in life insurance and pensions the Spanish market. Jesús was working as consultant ten years in the field of human resources and organization previosuly in the Pricewaterhousecoopers and Andersen …

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Kristin Hunter

My backgound is in the HR analytics and systems space. Im January 2021 I started a role as product manager implementing a new global tool within the firm. My interest in BS was sparked a few years ago when working on identifying issues with data input and admin processes which lead me to the question …

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Stewart Robertson

Recently qualified Behavioural Scientist with a 30-year career across Internal Audit, Compliance, Risk Management and Financial Crime. Expertise in Financial Services across Insurance, Banking and Asset Management. Working on enhancing risk related disciplines by combining behavioural insights to improve measurable outcomes.

Paul Nixon

Transforming discretionary investment mutual fund investor transactions into behavioural insights that allow Momentum Investments to manage the investor “behaviour tax”.