Nina Mohanty

Episode 92: Breaking Impact: Migrant-Led Financial Services

How do you define a community-led approach to helping recent migrants? What are the needs and context of each specific migrant and destination? What level of preparation, financial security and conditions does one have in order to be prepared? Nina Mohanty is no stranger to these important issues – being the founder of Bloom herself,…

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Episode 84: Ecosystem Zoom In – The Swedish Case

Time for our first trip to the Nordics, this time with the great Nina Mohanty, that took the task to hosts us around the Swedish ecosystem, well accompanied by local experts Anna Blyablina (Stockholm FinTech Week, Mambu), Mikael Hussain (Anyfin, Ex.Klarna) and Tanya Jull Kjær (Tink) that took the stage a few hours after the…

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Episode 70: Women’s Economic Empowerment TechSprint & Conference

Nina Mohanty is a “visionary”. Specifically speaking, she is one at the upcoming “Women’s Economic Empowerment TechSprint & Conference”, which she now showcases in our podcast, providing awareness to our audience on this great initiative brought by the Alliance for Innovative Regulation (AIR) in partnership with the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). We invited Francesca…

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Episode 66: CTO for Dummies

Welcome to FinTech Apps 101 – your go-to guide to all things on practical fintech applications “how-to’s”. We start this new installment by talking about CFOs! For this, we enrolled the participation of two industry leaders and Chief Financial Officers themselves – Eric Schmit (Moven) and Rajesh Jayaraman (Ellevest), led by our host Nina Mohanty….

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Episode 54: News from The FinTech Front (November)

November has come to its end and with it, we air a new installment of your “News from The FinTech Front” – this time led by Nina Mohanty, who curated the feeds and headlines of the financial services ecosystem to bring us four topics to be discussed by our impressive panel of experts in this…

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Episode 52: Where Does The Money Go? Islamic Fintech in Europe

“Where Does The Money Go?” is led by Nina Mohanty and Ajit Tripathi in the extremely pertinent topic of Islamic FinTech – and brilliantly explained to our listeners by Akmal Saleem (Rizq) and Zeeshan Uppal (Yielders). Important to mention that there are currently 1.8 billion muslins in the world – although our participants take us…

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Episode 48: “Let’s talk about Impact, Equal Opportunity and Empowerment”

In our second installment of Breaking Impact – Gender & Empowerment, Matteo and Nina go off mute with returning guests Dr. Leyla Hussein, Soulaima Gourani, and new guest Martha Mghendi-Fisher. The group dives off-script into a discussion on raising funds as a female founder, and during lockdown as well as the double-edged sword of well-intentioned…

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Episode 40: Breaking Impact – AgriTech

The Big 40 brings you one of the most essencial topics to date on the #BBE podcast: how emerging technologies are improving processes towards the production of crops and food, in a vertical known as AgriTech. But what are the key differences between AgriTech and FoodTech? What are its main challenges for its entrepreneurs and…

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Episode 25: Where does the Money Go: Corporate Innovation Programs

In this episode of the “Where Does The Money Go?” series, Gabrielle Inzirillo and Nektarios Liodios led by Nina Mohanty and Matteo Rizzi, guide us through their personal experiences while working with Plug & Play, Startupbootcamp FinTech, along with several VCs and CVCs, as they have been disrupting the industry and fostering collaboration for the…

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Episode 14: Breaking Impact Stories: Sustainable Finance

In this show, we approached a topic very close to our heart, and we are certain our auditors will be wanting more of it.Ameya Upadhyay from Flourish VC explained his point of view on impact investing, and how you can conjugate the notion of patient capital and financial returns.In the second part fo the show,…

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Episode 9: Talent and Academia

Success in the digital era requires building new skills and competences, innovative training and nurturing talent. Paolo Sironi and Nina Mohanty will discuss with our guests Tram Anh Nguyen, Paolo Tasca and Markos Zachariadis.

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