Editor Leslie Campisi explains how the online publication aims to democratize finance by diversifying who talks about it, striving to redefine the industry from the ground up and describing how that will occur through integration with other sectors

Finance touches nearly every aspect of consumers' lives, yet some major components of the space remain antiquated, at best imposing an improved user experience onto an interior that remains rooted in less-than-equal policies. Injecting modernity into finances and truly opening up the industry to more democratic practices will involve examining broken business models, pulling them apart to restructure them for the Information Age, says Leslie Campisi, CMO of venture investment and advisory firm Anthemis Group and editor of its media outlet Hacking Finance.

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