It's day 14 of our countdown and today’s spotlight falls onto Kate Bohn, Global Head of Private Markets Technology, Macquarie Assets Management at Macquarie Group.
Under today’s door, learn more about the key trend that, according to Kate B., is creating “a whole new era of responsible, yet seamless purchasing experiences for us all”.
88% of business leaders agree or strongly agree that, “IT maturity and digital capability are directly linked to how quickly my organisation was able to respond to the impacts of COVID-19”.
More and more of the business leaders we speak to at Nimbus Ninety are focused on how to thrive in a new world following post-pandemic business recovery. But big questions still remain. What major barriers are organisations coming up against today? What role should digital play in business resilience? And what does “recovery” actually mean?
The State of Recovery Report explores how different industries are emerging from the impacts of the pandemic, maps attitudes towards business recovery, and lays out the major lessons learnt from the last 18 months, with input from (among others) Kate Bohn - including:
Kate Bohn - Global Head of Private Markets Technology, Macquarie Asset Management
Dr Bijna K. Dasani MBE - Executive Director, Morgan Stanley
Sabina Kravcak - Head of Strategy, UK and Ireland, Axa
Olivia Minnock - Editor, FinTech Alliance
Freddi Rose - Head of Marketing and Communications, Yobota
Noorneet Singh - Strategy, Planning & Partnership Lead, Mettle
Enjoy the full session of FinTech Leadership Now In Need of a Re set with Kate Bohn, Shân Millie, Ruth Polyblank and Seema Khinda-Johnson at FinTech & InsurTech Chain Live.
The event took place in London’s iconic Tobacco Dock venue in October 2021 in front of a live audience of senior fintech & insurtech executives from some of the world’s largest companies.
Technology, AI & Cyber Live streamed globally to thousands of enterprise technology professionals and decision makers. Featuring speakers from leading businesses including Capgemini Invent, Microsoft, IBM, SAP, BCA UK, Danilo McGarry, Northwell Health, Novant Health and many more. Throughout the event, we shared selected insights and clips on the Technology Magazine, Cyber Magazine and AI Magazine pages. Presented in association with Leidos.
Kate B. joined us to discuss diversity in the world of technology. Take a look at this brief clip (https://bit.ly/3cuR15C, 58secs), where Kate speaks about the loneliness a lack of diversity can cause.
In an interview with Tycoon Success, Kate talks about her #inspiring journey of becoming an award winning evangelist. Her #unique #ideology and exceptional methods have led her in achieving many #milestones along her career path.
Kate touches on her wish to cement the ‘Technical Women in Leadership’ network which she co-founded for a much-needed, psychologically-safe space for senior #female practitioners in the tech and FS #industries. She also plans to co-edit a globally crowd-sourced book covering the different lenses of Fintech Leadership in the current decade.
Kate Bohn: Stepping out of the Usual...
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected industries adversely, yet the business must go on. During such difficult times, we, as in the business world, are in a need of innovative leaders to rely on. One such young and inspiring businesswoman is…
Earlier this month, we held our first Benoy + Futures round table event where we invited a select group of leaders working within the built environment, to come and share their views and ideas.
Madeleine Hug, who led this first discussion, reports back.
What does the gender positive city look and feel like and how can we make women and girls genders feel safe, contribute and be empowered?
This was the question posed at the first in a series of Benoy + Futures round table conversations with a range of experts and senior women across various fields from real estate, property, design, sports, and finance.
The Benoy + Futures series looks to bring together leaders and disrupters to debate topical issues in the world of design and the built environment. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
In this episode, host Ian Horne speaks to award winning innovation and strategy expert, Kate Bohn. Drawing upong Kate's experience in bankihng, and in promoting financial inclusion and accessibility, they discuss how to make finance more approachable for those who are excluded, while also delving into Kate's experience working with startup fintach firms in incubator programmes.
An interesting stat to start: 20% of finacial advisers clain not to have a single disabled client, yet research suggests that 46% of pension age adults have a disability. Are financial services really open to all?
Join the debate!
The delightful people at Mirror Review have published my personal thoughts and call-to-action on everyday self-awareness for leadership and innovation in respect of diversity, bias and inclusion.
The Game-Changing Power of Everyday Awareness for Leadership and Innovation....
I shouldn’t be alive right now. At last count, I have died more than three times but for the grace of modern-day technology and good fortune…and yet, of course, no one would know that from my photograph or passing me on the street. I am just another cog in the collective wheel – another privileged white female going about her cushioned-against-reality sort of a day.
And you would be right… Wouldn’t you?
Shân Millie and Lucy Hall will advise that if you use technology in your work and life, YOU are a Digital Woman - and in today's world, technology and digital are everywhere in how we live and work. This podcast series aims to showcase the personal stories of a broad range of Digital Women, in the knowledge they can offer us all hope and inspiration; they help us feel understood and welcomed into a Tribe to which we are all included.
Different experiences make us think, feel, dream... They give us courage, and the occasional kick up the backside in manifesting how we can become who we want to be.
This is #MyStory within the #HerStory series from Shân and Lucy.
I hope you like it!
The Age of the Digital Builder - Kate talks about bringing EVERYONE along the digigtal transformation journey: From APIs, to
Changing the Finance industry with passion - what a headline to go with the editorial detailing my early life aspirations, challenges and achievements. What a privilege to be included amongst a cohort of extraordinary women from around the globe.
Fintech Talents Open Finance ended with a lively discussion on new opportunities for collaboration, access and the democratisation of finance. Panellists tied together many of the themes discussed across the day and brought to life some of the exciting use cases either underway or on the horizon.
Tune in to learn more about how banks and fintechs are thinking about collaboration and accelerating change for better outcomes across the financial industry and beyond. This is a story not just about technology but a fundamental shift in approach, mindset and ways of working.
Harrington Starr's The Financial Technologist lands it's first edition of the year featuring the highly coveted Most Influential Fintech Companies 2021 listing! Showcasing the brightest and most dynamic companies in the industry, this listing is particularly poignant as we see and hear from companies that have not only survived the pandemic, but come through stronger, bigger and even better than they were before.
Take a read of the Women in Fintech 2020 round up newsletter, with insights into the effects of COVID on FinTech and predictions for 2021 from the women in our community.
100WFinTech, a 100WF global visibility initiative, elevates the public profile of female FinTech leaders, enables their stronger interconnectivity to the FinTech ecosystem, and inspires the next generation of female FinTech talent.
FinTech Directory - 100WF is proud to host a directory of FinTech leaders to elevate their professional profiles and to help inspire pre-career women as role models.
With Hema Bakhshi of Future Strategy Club and Kate Bohn of Lloyds Banking Group
Looking into the Future of Next-Gen Enterprises... One aspect of an organization that is critical but often overlooked is the psychological safety of the culture. Recent events in the US and worldwide have made it abundantly clear that this conversation is needed.
✔️What does a thriving enterprise look like in a post-pandemic world?
✔️Why is emotional intelligence mandatory for tomorrow’s leaders?
✔️How is tech impacting the landscapes we are in, and how can it foster our shared humanity vs. lead to further disconnection?
✔️What will ensure that gender and equality will be taken seriously in future enterprise?
Join a riveting discussion with maverick thinkers and innovative leaders Hema Bakhshi and Kate Bohn as we explore the future of work for next-gen enterprises.
Nadia Edwards-Dashti (Chief Customer Officer at Harrington Starr) welcomes Kate Bohn back to the Fintech Focus recording studio, having previously featured her Women of Fintech podcast series. Kate takes us through her own experience of becoming a mother for the first time and the support her company gave her both pre- and post-pregnancy.
Note: This was recorded before the first lockdown in the UK and as such, does not make reference to the global pandemic or restrictions imposed after that time.
You don‘t have to label yourself an ‘InsurTech’ or ‘FinTech’ to offer useful insights from your experience. In GreenKite’s first Guest Blog, Shan Millie is in conversation with Kate Bohn...
What are the benefits of Conversational AI in finance, and the first steps towards its implementatio? DisruptionHub present the key takeaways from their event held at Level39 with Dr Ronald Ashri, Kate Bohn and Guy Farley...