The Banking Scene Afterwork

Fintech for Good: Bright ideas and agility for a better future


Our special guest is Devie Mohan. She was one of the speakers at The Banking Scene back in 2018, and we are excited to welcome her now for The Banking Scene Afterwork. The theme will be Fintech for Good, and we investigate the importance of fintech for our industry to fulfil the promise to do better in the future.

What are the latest trends in fintech? How do they influence the banking industry in their commitments to EGS and Green Finance?


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About our Special Guest

Devie is a fintech marketing strategy and research professional with years of experience working with industry giants and startups. She has worked in strategy, marketing and analysis roles in firms like Goldman Sachs, Thomson Reuters, Ericsson, IBM, USAID and SunTec.

She is a consultant and researcher for several fintech startups, banking innovation groups and investors with a keen understanding of the trends and activities of startups, banks and investors in the space.

Devie has a good understanding of the international financial and technological markets, having grown up in India and lived in global financial centres like London, Stockholm, Washington DC, New York and Mumbai.

Having travelled to over 50 countries and worked with teams in over 47 countries, she understands and analyses regional technology trends and market developments. With a computer engineering background, she is also passionate about inspiring young women to find success in technical fields. Devie holds executive degrees from IMD Lausanne, University of California Berkeley and Boston University School of Management.