The Banking Scene Afterwork

Bank of the Future: Relationship counselling: Making bank-fintech partnerships work

Our special guest for this session is Rita Martins, Fintech Partnership Lead - Innovation Finance and Risk at HSBC. She will help us better understand the challenges of a good partnership.

With her, we dig deeper into how to improve your relationship with fintech companies. Partnerships and collaboration are essential to most bank's future, but how do you overcome the cultural differences?

What lessons can we learn from the recent past to create healthier partnerships in the future? With Rita Martins, we couldn't think of any better relationship counsellor.


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About our Special Guest

Rita currently drives Innovation and FinTech Partnerships, for Finance and Risk, at HSBC. As a fintech enthusiast, she is always eager to connect with FinTech and startups to drive change in financial services, whether via internal POCs or offline mentoring support.

Prior to this role, Rita worked in Consulting (EY and Accenture) advising C-Suite on the applicability of RPA and AI tools in finance as well as driving large scale transformation projects, gaining deep insight on best practices across the industry.

Outside her full-time job, Rita frequently publishes articles on innovation and often participates in Financial Industry panels. She actively partners with a number of mentoring programmes and communities to share her knowledge and help realise transformational ideas to drive change.