TAINA CEO selected as Senior Leader in FinTech Powerlist
TAINA's CEO Maria Scott selected as Senior Leader in the 2022 FinTech Powerlist
TAINA’s founder and CEO Maria Scott, has been selected for the Women in FinTech Powerlist 2022 in the Senior Leadership category. The Innovate Finance power list showcases the fintech woman of the year 2022.
Now in its 8th year, the FinTech Powerlist continues to grow in size and popularity, attracting a global audience, resulting in applications and nominations from around the world. This year the list spotlight 250 inspiring women across 8 categories, representing all levels of seniority, from all components of the FinTech ecosystem.
"I am honoured to be recognized amongst the amazing women and leaders from across the industry who are making a real lasting impact in the FinTech space. I hope the Women in FinTech Powerlist inspires the next generation of leaders." said Maria Scott, CEO of TAINA Technology
The Senior leaders category showcases women in leadership positions who have excelled in their career but are also passionate about helping drive forward change and helping others by mentoring, setting up support groups and sharing experiences. The Powerlist not only highlights female founders managing female-led fintech firms but also fintech women starting off their careers, female entrepreneurs, and fintech female investors.
Diversity and Inclusion in FinTech
Why do we need women in FinTech? The Women in FinTech powerlist celebrates the achievements and progress that has been made so far, however the so much more to be done in terms in terms of creating a more sustainable, more inclusive, and more equal fintech and financial services sector for us all.
TAINA believes and supports Women in FinTech programme important mission of promoting diversity and inclusion in FinTech. TAINA looks forward to empowering both women and men in fintech by providing opportunities through educating, encouraging and networking with a community of inspiring and talented people from across the FinTech ecosystem. We are particularly interested in make a change around investment in women-led firms.
Investing in Women-Led Startups / Scaleups:
One of the Women in FinTech programmes aims is to double the amount of investment in the UK that goes to women-led startups and scaleups. In 2018 only 3% of the total capital invested in FinTech companies went to female founders. However the latest research showed that female-founded companies delivered significantly higher returns on investment. First Round Capital data showed that female-founded companies did 63% better; and the Kauffman Fellows report established that women led teams generate a 35% higher return on investment. This is against a backdrop that these businesses continue to raise significantly lower amounts in funding.
TAINA falls in the minority of female founder fintech firms in the UK who continue to be backed by top tier financial institutions and venture capitalist investors, read more about our 2022 funding round here.
For more information about the Women in FinTech initiative visit https://www.innovatefinance.com/womeninfintech/