Financial Alliance for Women and Mastercard present the forum “Changing the Paradigm: The Female Economy 2020 and Beyond”
From October 6th to 8th, the Financial Alliance for Women, in association with Mastercard, will hold the annual 2020 forum virtually under the theme: “Changing the Paradigm: Women’s Economy 2020 and Beyond”, in search of proposals for the new environment caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
This year’s summit will feature leaders in the banking, fintech, insurance and asset management sectors, as well as representatives from various governments, consolidating itself as one of the most important forums for boosting the female economy.
“The 2020 Summit will include a special focus on fintech and femtech, as we explore the latest innovations from members and stakeholders in the ecosystem eager to advance in all segments of the female economy,” notes the Financial Alliance for Women.
On the agenda, the highlight of the event is the CEOs roundtable, to be held on October 6th, with the presence of Michael Miebach, President and CEO of Mastercard, Nadia Al Saeed, CEO of Bank al Etihad, and Benoît Claveranne, International and New Markets CEO of AXA, moderated by Tanya Tarr, President of Cultivated Insights and Senior Partner at Forbes.
This virtual roundtable will bring together global leaders from the Alliance’s member network for a meaningful conversation about the role of the private sector in championing the women’s economy and leadership in these unprecedented times and beyond,” explain the organizers.
The forum will also feature Ajaita Shah, founder and CEO of Frontier Markets; Amy Neale, senior vice president of Mastercard Start Path; Angela Berg, leading consultant at Mercer; Afeef Zaman, founder and CEO of ShopUp, and Daniel Gutiérrez, vice president of Banco BHD León, among several other experts.
To follow the development of the summit, those interested should register in advance at this e-mail address, where you will also find more details about the roundtables and conferences, schedules, as well as additional information about the activities of Financial Alliance for Women.