The Fintech Power 50 team participated to the inspirational fireside chat with Barclays Megan Caywood hosted by Rise London on International Women’s day 2019.
International Women’s Day 2019‘s campaign theme of #BalanceforBetter is a call-to-action for driving gender balance across the world. As the world celebrates International Women’s Day, activity is underway celebrating women’s achievements and tenaciously challenging bias.
Rise London, an early The Fintech Power 50 sponsor
Rise London‘s talented team hosted an inspirational fireside chat with fintech extraordinaire Megan Caywood, who recently joined Barclays as their new Managing Director, Global Head of Digital Strategy.
Shortly after the inception of The Fintech Power 50, we started to work closely with Rise London. They are one of our official inaugural top sponsors for the 2019 edition of our fintech programme. As part of our collaboration, they provided us with some office space in the vibrant Rise London building, at the heart of trendy Shoreditch. We are always keen to support their digital activities and engaging events.
Megan Caywood: an Inspiration for all Women in Fintech and Beyond
Megan Caywood, a Forbes 30 under 30 alumni, is a fintech thought leader with an unparalleled career at some of the most innovative platform providers and frictionless champions like Intuit, Xero, Starling Bank and now Barclays. According to TechCrunch, “the move to Barclays is thought to be primarily motivated by the impact Megan believes she can have at a large bank compared to an upstart”.
We invite you to watch the short video podcast Rise London recently recorded with Megan to find out who are her key mentors in personal life and work as well as the sources of inspiration she finds on daily basis.
IWD2019, Megan at Rise London: twitter coverage
In case you missed Megan’s speech, we thought you might want to check the overwhelmingly positive feedback from the audience.
International Women’s Day 2019 at Rise London
You will find below our photo coverage of the Rise London event which includes photos of Megan, Magdalena Krön, Ambreen Khasru and the audience as well as “behind the scene” (aka BTS) photos with the likes of Alastair Singer, Tony Margiotta and last but not least Gale.
Women in Fintech: an Interview with Monese’s Head of Business Banking
The Fintech Power 50’s CMO Christophe Langlois interviewed Monese’s Head of Business Banking Ambreen Khasru at Rise London during International Women’s Day 2019. They talked about women in fintech, open banking and outstanding customer relationship management.
You will find all the timestamps in our our full article.
We invite you to check our list of events and find out the unparalleled level of global visibility and networking opportunities The Fintech Power 50 delivers to our members, influencers, sponsors and media partners.
It was a real pleasure to participate to Rise London’s brilliant event: the levels of energy and enthusiasm coming from the stage, from Megan Caywood and Magdalena Krön, and from the audience were second-to-none. What a great way to celebrate International Women’s Day 2019!
We very much look forward to catching up with Megan in Singapore, at the upcoming Money 20/20 Asia 2019 event.
What are YOUR VIEWS on International Women’s Day 2019, Megan Caywood’s move to Barclays and Monese’s business banking offering? We invite you to leave a comment below, tweet us or connect on LinkedIn.
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