Episode 109: Breaking Impact – Building Regulation Friendly FinTech in Emerging Markets

This episode is about the spreading of Fintech regulation, which instruments are in order, which sectors are the most targeted, what is the best theory/practice combination, sandboxes (are they still a thing?), does meeting markets regulation need to have a special spin/focus, and what are the approaches we know of that did/did not work. Two previous guests come back to the show Iyinoluwa (E) Aboyeji (Future Africa) and Gabrielle Inzirillo (

Connect with our guests:
Iyinoluwa Aboyeji – Founder & General Partner, Future Africa
Future Africa: https://www.future.africa/

Gabrielle Inzirillo – Head of Market Development – Financial Technology, Financial Services Regulatory Authority, Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM)
Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM): https://www.adgm.com/

CEO, Bloom Money
About the Author
Nina Mohanty is the founder and CEO of Bloom Money, an app that provides migrants with familiar financial services. Before leaving to found Bloom Money, Nina worked with the magnificent team at Klarna making payments smoooth and reimagining a better way to pay. Prior to Klarna, Nina worked at London-based Open Banking start up, Bud, to build out a financial marketplace and rethink the way we interact with financial services. She has been a steadfast believer in delivering technology that can better customer’s financial lives and financial literacy since her days at Starling Bank and Mastercard. She is a three time winner of the Innovate Finance Women in FinTech PowerList Rising Star Award and a recipient of the TechWomen 100 award. Nina is a fiercely passionate feminist and vocal advocate of diversity (of all kinds) in the workplace.