Fintech Stories: Data, today's gold
Sep 10, 2019 at 18:30 — 22:30 (CEST)
Organiser: Fintech Ladies
DATA: TODAY’s GOLD
10 September 2019
Fintech Stories: Join to hear insights from women in financial technology on how to leverage the power of data
- “Data, an asset to preserve against cyber security threats” - Anne-Gabrielle Haie, Intellectual Property & Technology Lawyer, DLA Piper
- “How companies can use data to innovate at scale” - Gwen Sandberg, Business Development Director, Tink
- “Using data to make glass ceilings visible - and then break them” - Claire Godding, Senior Counsel Diversity, Inclusion & Societal Needs, Febelfin
Followed by networking drinks & nibbles. Men & women are welcome to attend!
Registration starts at 18.00 and event kicks off at 18.30
Gwen Sandberg, Business Development Director, Tink
Gwen Sandberg is Business Development Director at Tink. Founded in 2012, Tink offers its products on a cloud-based platform that usher in a new future of banking. Its platform includes Account Aggregation, Payment Initiation, Personal Finance Management and Data Enrichment. With a background in sales management at Google, Gwen has extensive experience in helping large corporations leverage new technologies to help drive their business.
Anne-Gabrielle Haie, Intellectual Property & Technology Lawyer, DLA Piper
Anne-Gabrielle HAIE is a French qualified lawyer with an extensive experience in advising clients on Data protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity. Anne-Gabrielle regularly assists international clients active in a wide array of sectors ranging from technology, telecommunications, e-commerce, chemicals to manufacturing sectors. She also assists clients with complex EU regulatory and policy matters and represents them in litigation cases before the Court of Justice of the European Union. She also conducts lobbying and advocacy campaigns before the European Institutions. Anne-Gabrielle is also a lecturer in EU Law at the French Bar School .
Claire Godding, Senior Counsel Diversity, Inclusion & Societal Needs, Febelfin
Claire Godding is Senior Expert at FEBELFIN for Diversity, Inclusion & Societal Needs. She is also Member of the Board at Unia & Myria. Previously at BNP Paribas Fortis (2009-2019) in HR she initiated and developed Diversity & Inclusion for 13000 employees, which brought the % of women among Branch Managers from 24% to 43% in 6 years. The team pursued a successful accessibility for all plan, making us the most accessible bank for clients with disability or reduced mobility. Claire further initiated 5 Diversity & Inclusion Networks (MixCity / Friends of Africa / Pride / O2 / Ability)
In previous years at Fortis HR (2000-2008), Claire developed the first internal International Business School, bringing colleagues of 12 countries together in strategic programs. Claire is a Master Graduate of Law at Universite Catholique de Louvain (UCL).