We mentioned in our previous post a key finding from the Women in Fintech Survey by LendIt—another fact that caught our eye was that 16% of fintech companies reported a female founder or co-founder. It grabbed our attention because, in our experience, this number seems inflated, which is likely due to the selection of polled participants. While the pool might be small, we’ve been fortunate enough to host quite a few female fintech innovators on the ‘Bank on It’ podcast, recorded at the Carpenter Group Studio. Click on the links below to listen these fintech business founders share their insights:
Catherine Flax CEO of Pefin shares how she and her cofounder, Ramya Joseph, used AI to create a personal financial advisory tool.
Rachel Carpenter, Founder & CEO of Intrinio discusses how accessible data will increase technology innovation in finance and how Intrinio is making that happen today
Kathryn Petralia, founder and CEO of Kabbage, uses data to expedite the loan underwriting process.