The Women in Finance Online Festival 2021 is a three day celebration of the women spearheading the global economic recovery and rebuilding the future of finance. Our content will be delivered over three main tracks and practical workshops with your professional development in mind. Find out more information on our main themes covered in the agenda below.
Hear from women leading global organisations as they share their knowledge, experience and expertise that will leave you inspired. In a new-era for finance with more women in C-Suite roles we’ll discuss the future of the boardroom and how this is helping to put global ESGs on the map as a business priority.
Take part in our expert-led workshops designed to further your personal and professional development. Here you’ll be able to learn how to lead yourself with emotional intelligence, manage team priorities and motivations. Our workshops will provide you with the actionable insight and skills you need to future proof your career.
Learn from global leading case studies and hear directly from business leaders on the digital transformation journey of finance to fit a post-COVID world.
COVID-19 has propelled businesses across every sector to consider their digital channels and how they provide services to customers. As corporate finance invests more in technology and fintech startup acquisitions increase, the future of fintech is now.
In 2020, the financial services were faced with the fastest business architecture change ever, and forced to accept a new working culture. Join sessions in this track to learn how business leaders are implementing change in their organisations and adapting to a new normal.
Discover how businesses ensure the privacy of customer data while offering innovative new solutions. As the industry broadly accepts open data as part of the future of finance, and institutions gather more information on their customers, trust and security is critical.
Here we will address and unpack diversity and inclusion initiatives in organisations and their impact both internally and externally. The financial services have a social responsibility to provide adequate services and support to help customers everywhere manage their money.