Women in Payments First-Ever Symposium in Singapore
Women from across the ASEAN region, representing the best and the brightest in the industry, will convene in Singapore this October to talk about the disruptive evolution taking place across the payments ecosystem today.
The daylong event features keynote speakers, such as Ooi Huey Tyng, Managing Director, GrabPay Singapore, Malaysia and The Philippines at Grab, and Christine Amour-Levar, Founder of the award-winning non-profits, Women on a Mission and HER Planet Earth, as well as executive panel discussions, break-out and networking sessions.
Kristy Duncan, Founder and CEO, Women in Payments: “Women in Payments connects, inspires, and champions women around the globe. Given the global shortage of talented and innovative women leaders in this industry, we work hard to showcase and foster high potential talent by providing a career development platform where women can share their successes, build their industry profiles, and provide crucial mentorship to the next generation. We could not be more delighted to be hosting our first-ever symposium in Singapore.”
For this year’s edition of Asia – Global Payments Summit, Kristy is among our esteemed Jury Members for the Florin Asia Innovation Awards and one of the key speakers who will take the stage next week in Bali to share her expert insights into Digital Financial Inclusion. We also invite the Symposium participants to join the discussions during our Summit on 10 – 11 October!
Women in Payments is an initiative offering women in the payments and fintech industry opportunities for career development through learning, networking, mentorship, and recognition at all stages of their careers. They run conferences, events, and award and mentorship programs in Canada, the US, Australia, the UK, New Zealand, and Singapore. Engagement and support comes from global leaders in payments and fintech, including Deloitte, Mastercard, Visa, JPMorganChase, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Finastra, ACI Worldwide, Ripple, AmazonPay, FIS, RBC, TD Bank, CIBC, Dentons, ANZ, Westpac, and Ingenico Group. Further information can be found at: www.womeninpayments.org