Top 100 Women in FinTech

Top 100 Women in FinTech

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Charlotte Crosswell, CEO of Innovate Finance said:

“The 2017 Women in FinTech Powerlist reflects the major contribution that women are making in the new world of financial services…This year’s list is longer than ever and the range of skills that each nominee brings underscores the different talent we need to drive FinTech forward. From CEOs and professional services executives to graduates embarking on their new career journeys – our power list initiative shines a spotlight on everyone that is helping to create one of the most exciting and dynamic sectors in finance. Innovate Finance is proud to celebrate the achievements of all of you – and hope to see this list grow bigger every year. Closing the gender gap and promoting diversity remain priorities for our organisation. We all have a role to play in making financial services better for consumers – and creating a workforce that reflects the diversity of those we serve is a step in the right direction.”

An amazing 370 women made it onto the power list and here are just a select few.

  • Amy Lenander, CEO UK, Capital One

  • Anne Boden, CEO, Starling Bank

  • Carey O’Connor Kolaja, Global Chief Product Officer, Citi FinTech

  • Erin Platts, Head of Commercial Banking, Silicon Valley Bank

  • Hazel Nolan, Innotribe, Swift

  • Julia Groves, Founder and Director, UK Crowdfunding Association

  • Leah Templeman, Head of Operations, Monzo

  • Liana Guzman, SVP, Business,

  • Melike Belli, Market Development Manager, Cybertonica

  • Mirela Amariei, Senior Editor, The Paypers

  • Regina Lau, Chief Strategy Officer, Ingenico ePayments

  • Sophie Bialaszewski, Head of Innovation, Lloyds Banking Group

  • Tessa Unsworth, Chief Commercial Officer, PrePay Solutions

  • Vanessa Coulson, Head of Digital Change, Aviva

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