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Eytan deeply believes that the success of the small business sector is one of the most important causes of our time. It has the potential to reduce income inequality, empower immigrants, and provide disproportionate leadership opportunities for female and minority businesspeople. Creating a banking service that is as modern as these companies is why Eytan started NorthOne.
Prior to NorthOne, Eytan was a Sr. Engagement Manager for McKinsey & Company. He served many wonderful clients in Financial Services industry, usually on the topic of digital customer experience and financial inclusion. Prior to that, he earned his JD/MBA from McGill University and was called to the New York Bar in 2010.
Chasing Daylight by Eugene O'Kelly
The Internet History Podcast
Business Checking Accounts: The Front Line of an Evolving Industry
Forbes.com | March 30, 2019
Fintechs tell small businesses they’ll ‘make the headache go away’
American Banker | December 2, 2019
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