For fintech, the uncertainties and economic shocks of 2020 also drove demand for digital services to an all-time high and created new opportunities. Technology has been the big differentiator for fintech, with several innovative companies changing how people deal with money and access services.
From AI and ML models in fintech for underwriting to tech playing a role in collections and repayments, these disruptive developments in the fintech industry have resulted in a hiring surge for skilled professionals. How have new technologies impacted operations of fintech? How will this affect the fintech job market? What skillsets are in demand? The answers to these questions are vital to aspiring entrants to the financial services industry and to professionals in the industry who need to stay relevant over the long haul.
Join Lizzie Chapman, CEO, and co-founder of ZestMoney, as she shares her insights into the evolution of fintech and career opportunities for aspiring professionals in the sector:
- How ZestMoney survived and succeeded through 2020’s challenges to the financial services industry
- Examples of how Artificial Intelligence is powering fintech
- Which tech trend will be the big disruptor
- What data and AI-related skill sets a person needs for a successful career in fintech
- What data and AI careers in the fintech industry will look like five years from now
The live webinar will include a Q&A with Lizzie. (If you register and can’t make the live webinar, we will send you a link to the recording after the event.)
About the Speaker
Lizzie Chapman is the CEO & Co-Founder of ZestMoney - India’s first and largest AI-Driven, EMI financing and Pay Later platform. ZestMoney has built a platform that can meaningfully improve the lives of more than 300 million households who currently have no access to credit cards or other formal financing options because of insufficient credit history.
After stints with Wellcome Trust and Goldman Sachs, she moved from the United Kingdom to India to spearhead the India operations for digital lender Wonga, and then moved to the Development Bank of Singapore to lead the launch of ‘Digibank’, India’s first mobile-app only bank.
Lizzie currently serves on the boards of IndiaMart and IndiaQuotient and is a founder and Executive Committee member of the Digital Lending Association of India. Lizzie Chapman was honoured with the ‘Female Fintech Leader’ award in 2017 and in 2019 was recognised among “Linkedin Top Voices 2019: Finance & Economy” globally.
ZestMoney is deeply integrated with the largest merchants in India includingAmazon, Flipkart and MakeMyTrip, increasing the affordability of theirproducts and helping them facilitate frictionless sales at a higher conversion rate to a larger base of customers. The company also works with 3,000+ online partners and 10,000+ store partners. ZestMoney has built a platform that integrates mobile technology, digital banking, and artificial intelligence, enabling people to apply for and get a digital credit line within seconds.