LONDON, 3rd November 2022 – Trade Ledger, the global data-driven lending technology provider, is putting the spotlight firmly on women with its ‘Women in Business Lending’ event later this month.
The free to attend, women-led event, aims to bring women in the sector together to collaborate for the future. Women leaders in the industry will discuss the challenges they have encountered, celebrate their successes, inspire the next generation and help shape the future of business lending.
Emily Lloyd-Penny, VP Solutions Consulting, Trade Ledger said: “With advancements in technology happening at lightening-speed, the business lending industry is on the cusp of complete transformation. And when we started listing the pioneers, trailblazers and innovators in the sector, we found that the majority of people on the list were female – this is definitely something to celebrate!
“At Trade Ledger, we are committed to supporting women and helping them succeed in what is traditionally thought of as a male orientated sector. Through this event, we aim to inspire and celebrate women, as well as collaborate on driving the industry forward.”
Women in Business Lending includes opportunities to network, a renowned career coach as a keynote speaker, and a panel discussion.
Keynote speaker: Natalia Mank, Leadership coach
- Joana Negrao, Director, HSBC UK
- Laura Douglas, Director, Product Management, Silicon Valley Bank
- Priya Raju, Director, Cloud Transformation, KPMG UK
- Emily Lloyd-Penny, VP Solutions Consulting, Trade Ledger
Panel discussion topics:
- Building resilient careers as your authentic self:
- The challenges we’ve successfully navigated and career advice to live by
- No need to “behave like a man” – the benefits of women showing up as themselves
- Forging the next generation of business lending:
- Recap on industry wins and positive foundational shifts
- What does working capital/business lending utopia look like, and how do we get there?
When: 5pm, Tuesday 15 November
Where: Fora, Spitalfields, 35-41 Folgate St, London, E1 6BX