It’s still a notably underrepresented world out there for women when it comes to banking and fintech. A report released earlier this month by Findexable found just 12% of fintech founders are women, and that just 18% of ‘banking leaders’ are women.
But we’ve began to spot some rising stars across the industry, which prompted us to shortlist some of our ‘ones to watch’ alongside some more well-known female leaders.
A finalist for the Women in Finance ‘Advocate of the Year’ 2019, as well as being listed in the 2018 Women in Fintech Powerlist, Kate has 20 years of Financial Services experience and is passionate about driving diversity and inclusion ...
The Fintech Focus Podcast - Powered by Harrington Starr: Nadia's Women of Fintech - Kate Bohn, LBG Innovation and Strategy - Incubator and Accelerator Lead on Apple Podcasts
A native protagonist, with 25 years’ experience spanning Academia, Arts and Financial Services, Kate is passionate about shaping and enabling value-driven disruptive change, and her current role within Group Transformation Innovation & Strategy at LBG epitomises these personal drivers...
Driving momentum through ways of working - short soundbite across larger event.
Lloyds Banking Group is unlocking the start-up spirit in its employees by facilitating new initiatives that would benefit the company. In this case study Kate Simmons and Kate Bohn will share how this initiative is transforming innovation throughout the bank.
Launched in 2015, the Women in FinTech Powerlist has increasingly attracted a global audience, resulting in an unprecedented volume of applications and nominations this year from around the world. The 2018 iteration shines a spotlight on 150 women, across 7 categories, who have made a real impact over and above their day-to-day role in FinTech.