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Duy Vo

Duy Vo
Duy started Productfy after seeing the convergence of two huge macro trends: mass adoption of higher abstraction platforms and financial services moving to the edge of service providers. Duy is a product leader, having spent much of his career at FinTechs and InsureTechs. He started his career as a software developer building fraud detection software for CyberSource’s card processing system and eventually running engineering, product, and operations teams for various venture-backed companies. He is deeply passionate about financial services because he believes that the sector has both a huge opportunity and tremendous moral obligation to do societal good, and it’s largely failed our most vulnerable populations. He believes in the democratization of financial products and is committed to changing the way financial products are built… for good! Duy has baccalaureate degrees in Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics and an MS in Computer Science from San José State University.
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Why Unifying Embedded Fintech Matters

Posted by Duy Vo on Dec 22, 2020

Why did we start Productfy? Here’s a hint: it’s right there in the name. Productfy was created to change the way financial products are built. By ...

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Changing the way financial products are built...for good.

Posted by Duy Vo on Dec 21, 2020

We’re on a mission for good: to change the way financial technology products are built, so innovators can get their game-changing products to market ...

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Navigating the alphabet soup of FinTech regulation

Posted by Duy Vo on Dec 10, 2020

You have a brilliant FinTech innovation idea. This product will truly benefit consumers and businesses alike, and you want to bring it to market. You ...

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We’re incredibly excited to welcome Point72 to our board and new strategic partnerships with Marqeta, Yodlee, and Equifax.

Posted by Duy Vo on Nov 25, 2020

The last two years have felt like a long marathon in a snowstorm. We started Productfy with the fundamental belief that financial services were going ...

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