ch but there are 4 in 2022. Competition for market proof, efforts to capitalise on a new generation of financial services customers and a war for talent will concentrate the minds of investors, innovators, traditional institutions - and governments this
Europe performs average on the diversity scales with London, Paris and Berlin providing positive results in certain areas
2% of companies in Europe are founded solely by women and 19% of European executives (the same as the global average) are women; of these 8% are CEOs. London and Paris rank in the top ten cities for women-founded companies
First global benchmark of gender diversity in fintech by findexable reveals systemic underrepresentation of women and investment…
New research by global fintech think tank findexable shows that 1.5% (16) of 1,032 best funded private fintech firms globally are founded solely by women and receive just 1% of total fintech venture funding. The Fintech Diversity Radar research
urposeful change for diversity – at an individual, organisational, and societal level – is a necessity to correct the disparate impact of COVID-19 on women. Without drastic intervention, there is a very real risk that any existing diversity and inclusion
The San Francisco Bay Area has once again been determined to be the most vibrant city in the world for financial technology (fintech) companies, retaining its rank at the top of findexable’s algorithmically determined Global Fintech Rankings report for the
The city of New York has retained its place as the third best city in the world for fintech companies, behind the San Francisco Bay Area and London, according to findexable’s algorithmically determined Global Fintech Rankings report.
A newly-published report from findexable that algorithmically ranks cities and countries around the world according to the number and success of their financial technology (‘fintech’) companies has shown that London remains the second most active city in the world, behind
A new report by findexable shows that 2020 was a year in which the financial technology (‘fintech’) sector expanded globally and financially, building upon a surge in demand for technology that increases access to digital finance.