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This event is taking part during Leeds Digital Festival (20th Sept - 1st Oct) but will be held online and all are welcome. See leedsdigitalfestival.org for more great events. Advance tickets are now available here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digital-transformation-uk-fintech-innovation-tickets-167082001765?aff=mu21
Welcome to Digital Transformation UK: Fintech Innovation in Banking.
In our 19th event we will explore Fintech Innovation and how Lloyds Banking Group is supporting and engaging with new and upcoming fintech businesses. We will hear from speakers in the bank as well as Minna, a fintech providing subscription management services to retail banks.
We have three presentations during the event:
- Lloyds Banking Group's Fintech and Partnership Strategy, discussing the innovation strategy and goals of the bank's Fintech and Partnership Team.
- Fintech Partnership Case Study - Minna & Lloyds Banking Group, covering Minna's journey to partner with Lloyds and how it has been mutually beneficial.
- Lloyds Launch 2.0 - Our Fintech Accelerator, outlining the Lloyds accelerator for fintech, its activities and how it supports the UK Fintech ecosystem.
There will be an opportunity to put your questions to the speakers during the event.
Don't forget to register at the Eventbrite link above!
Please book via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digital-transformation-uk-ada-lovelace-day-overcoming-imposter-syndrome-tickets-173276744407?aff=dtukmu
Join us on Ada Lovelace day as we explore the topic of imposter syndrome and shine a spotlight on female colleagues at Lloyds Banking Group who are embarking on careers in technology.
The session will begin with Charlotte Wayne, Group Transformation & Technology Operations Director at Lloyds Banking Group, talking about the presence of imposter syndrome and how it can impact us all when building a career in technology.
We will then be joined by a selection of colleagues at the group who will share their career journeys and how they have overcome imposter syndrome along the way.
Who was Ada Lovelace and what is Ada Lovelace day?
Ada Lovelace was a pioneer in the 1800s and credited for being the world’s first computer coder, working on algorithms for Charles Babbage's Difference Engine. Today there is an alarming difference between the numbers of men and women entering STEM careers. Ada Lovelace Day is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths that aims to encourage and increase the number of women embarking on STEM careers.
We hope you'll be able to join us.