B Capital’s Sheila Patel Sees ‘Broken Plumbing’ in Fintech

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Jul.26 — B Capital Vice Chair Sheila Patel discusses how increased regulation may impact the firm’s expansion in China and says she wouldn’t be surprised to see more consolidation in the financial technology industry. She speaks with Bloomberg’s Alix Steel and Dani Burger on “Bloomberg Markets.”

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