About this webinar
While the ratio of females working in the fintech industry is low, the ratio of females in leadership positions is even lower. This comes from the banking industry being traditional and male-dominated. Only 12% of founders in fintech are female, and that just 18% of ‘banking leaders’ are women (Findexable Report, 2019). In order to make a change, we want to give those women a stage to share their experiences and inspire others. By uniting our strengths, we can strive for equality in gender, as diversity pushes innovation and financial results (report).
Our speakers from Penta, solarisBank, Moonfare, and Vantik will share their journey and the challenges they face in their leadership positions. Afterwards, we will invite them back on stage to answer some pending questions:
1. What kind of gender-specific challenges do you face in your role? What kind of consequences does that have?
2. How can we get more gender-equality with-in the Fintech sector? And why is that important?
3. Who serves as a role model for you in the industry?
Join us to discuss female leadership in fintech!
Penta operates in Germany and Italy, with a team of over 95 people in three locations (Berlin, Belgrade, Milan). Before co-founding Penta, Jessica had experience as a founder of a start-up in the food-tech sector and as a management consultant for financial institutions and insurance companies.
A creative team player with an entrepreneurial mindset. I am curiously observing the world around me and eager to grow. Currently building out ACELR8 and working alongside founders to scale their startups by aligning business goals with a fitting people strategy.
She is leading a unit that is striving to disrupt the market by building cutting edge KYC products for fintechs and other digital companies to ensure a smooth onboarding process for their customers (consumers and corporate clients alike), compliant with latest AML regulations.
She founded two tech startups in the past, combined with 10 years of corporate experience at Bayer. She will share her experiences working in male-dominated leadership teams and the experience of pitching to investors as female.
He was a COO at N26 in the last years and believes that entrepreneurship is one of the most effective ways to be a force for good.
She made it part of her mission to get diverse talent in and is heavily involved in hiring — where bringing more females into the teams and into leadership at Moonfare is one topic. This requires bringing awareness to the topic and thinking outside of the box.
ACELR8 takes care of your hiring from start to finish so you can focus 100% on making your business succeed.
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