Presented by: Capital One
Your Money Isn’t Disappearing, But it’s Harder to See It
Friday, March 11
5:00PM - 6:00PM
Capital One House at Antone's
305 E 5th St
Today more than ever before, it's easy to lose track of how much you spend. When spending money looks like one click on Amazon or getting into an Uber cab, overspending is easy and there are few safeguards in place. The next generation of banking will start with responsible decision-making, bringing a sense of comfort, safety and control to banking that hasn't been seen in a long time.
Jake Fuentes is Head of New Products for the Consumer Bank of Capital One, responsible for new product development and innovation across a portfolio of product lines. Previously, Jake was Co-Founde...Show the rest
Jake Fuentes is Head of New Products for the Consumer Bank of Capital One, responsible for new product development and innovation across a portfolio of product lines. Previously, Jake was Co-Founder and CEO of Level Money, which was acquired by Capital One in 2015. The award-winning Level Money application simplifies money management for young adults, and has helped hundreds of thousands of consumers manage more than $25 billion in transactions.
Prior to Level, Jake served as Chief of Staff for Emerging Products for Visa, managing international product development. While there, Jake's teams developed the underlying payments technologies behind Square Cash and Apple Pay, created Visa’s first external developer platform, and signed the world's largest mobile money partnership between Visa and Vodafone.
Jake is a graduate of the Stanford University School of Engineering, holds multiple patents, and appeared on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2015.