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Applications to the Women in FinTech Powerlist 2023
are now closed, check back on 7th March to see the list

Our highly anticipated Women in FinTech Powerlist celebrates some of the amazing women making an impact across the FinTech and Financial Services space. The Powerlist 2023 will shine a spotlight on 250 women across 8 categories who have made a significant difference across the sector’s many facets.

Our panel of independent judges will select the Standout 45; those who are making a real and lasting impact in FinTech, over and above their day-to-day role.

To read more about our Women In FinTech Initiative, click to find out more.

Supported by:

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Gold Sponsor

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Gold Sponsor

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Silver Sponsor

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Silver Sponsor

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Bronze Sponsor

Hear from previous years’ Standout winners

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As one of the Standout #35 Women in the FinTech (2019), this pivotal initiative has facilitated my creating closer synergy between industry/academia, as follows. First, invites to speak about the National FinTech Network/FinTrust research at CogX/international conferences, universities and reviewing FinTech research applications. Second, increasing my industry footprint: input to organisational strategy, multiple panel invitations, commenting on policy/regulatory innovation around Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR)―named as a ‘Founder’ of the CDR movement led by Rob Price (formerly Worldline). Likewise, working with Moneyline and the Aster Foundation in addressing how FinTech can assist in alleviating financial exclusion in the UK/globally (funding: The Gates Foundation).

– Karen Elliot, Senior Lecturer in Enterprise/Innovation (FinTech), Newcastle University

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Powerlist Criteria

To be eligible for the list, nominees should have the following minimum requirements:

  1. To have worked in FinTech or a FinTech-related field for a minimum of at least 12 months.
  2. To have made some key contributions to their organisation or the FinTech space in the past 12 to 18 month and to be able to provide us with solid examples that go beyond job descriptions (thought leadership, mentoring etc.)

Also:

  • Nominees cannot be submitted by external PR companies on- behalf of their clients
  • Previous applicants and PowerList alumni are welcome but please make sure any previous submission is updated.

In order to be recognised for the “standout” distinction, applicants need to demonstrate how they have made a real and significant difference above and beyond their daily work, performed outstandingly or inspired others within the FinTech ecosystem.

Timeline

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7th December
Open Date for Applications / Nominations for WIF Powerlist.

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15th of January 2024
Deadline for applications/nominations. In the interest of fairness, there will be no extensions to this deadline.

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16th of January 2024
Judging commences.

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7 March 2024
Successful applicants will be informed of the status of their application and if they have been included in the 2023 list.

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8 March 2024

Publication date of WIF Powerlist 2023

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21st March 2024
WIF Powerlist celebratory event.

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