15 episodes

What is the future of Fintech? How do we level the playing field and attract more women to the industry?
In our podcast we interview global movers and shakers from around the world, asking them - how did they get into the industry. What attracted them to get started, and what is needed to get ahead in today's world.

WIFTN Podcast - a Global Podcast for Women in Fintech WIFTN - Women in Fintech Network

    • Marketing

What is the future of Fintech? How do we level the playing field and attract more women to the industry?
In our podcast we interview global movers and shakers from around the world, asking them - how did they get into the industry. What attracted them to get started, and what is needed to get ahead in today's world.

    Ep 15: Rachel Strevens

    Ep 15: Rachel Strevens

    In this episode we're in Auckland, New Zealand, where Raiha meets with Rachel Strevens, the founder and CEO of Invsta. Invsta is an innovative Fintech platform developed for the Wealth Management sub-sector. Rachel shares her journey; on how she developed the idea, found a co-founder and how she is now scaling the company. Rachel also shares some insights into the New Zealand ecosystem, so don't miss out!

    • 20 min
    Ep. 14 - Martina Åkerlund

    Ep. 14 - Martina Åkerlund

    Martina Åkerlund is the CMO at Marginalen Bank with a wealth of experience gained from almost 20 years in the Financial sector.
    She has “worn many hats” throughout the years, from Head of Regulatory reporting at Swedbank, to heading up the marketing leadership at Marginalen today. Martina is a strong supporter for both emerging technology within Finance, and for increasing diversity in our field, so this podcast episode will be a good one.

    • 22 min
    Ep 13: Sofie Blakstad

    Ep 13: Sofie Blakstad

    Sofie is a pioneer within our space. She is a Fintech founder, an author of several Fintech publications and a Fintech advisor to the UN.
    Sofie has extensive experience within Financial Services and leverages that within her own Fintech, Hiveonline. Hiveonline is a true example of using Fintech for Good. One of the key use cases is using their technology to improve credit scoring in Sub Sahara Africa. This helps small businesses to access capital, which often would not that otherwise would have not been possible.

    • 18 min
    Ep 12: Hanna Johansson

    Ep 12: Hanna Johansson

    In this episode we meet with Hanna Johansson from Revolut.com. There she is working on fuelling expansion in the Nordic region by growing the community.

    • 20 min
    Louise Brandt

    Louise Brandt

    Louise joined iZettle as the 11th employee, and watched it grow to over 600 people. Louise was instrumental in the expansion of iZettle and is now using the experience gained from her time there, to build her own company, Open Payments Europe. We discuss open banking, how to develop one's career and the importance of tenacity to succeed.

    • 23 min
    Ep 10: Elpida Tatidou

    Ep 10: Elpida Tatidou

    At 25 years-old, Elpida Tatidou is the founder & CEO of Banki, a FinTech service that educates children on the value of money and how to handle it - something that it's fundamental both in the short and long-term. In this episode, we talk more about her journey into founding something from scratch, the way kids see money nowadays and the barriers one faces while entering the entrepreneurship journey. Elpida talks with excitement and passion about UX design and Banki.
    We have so much belief that this is going to be the next big thing for kids! It is a fun and interactive way to teach children the value of money.
    Hope you enjoy this inspiring episode!

    • 12 min

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