The Top 25 Women Leaders in Financial Technology of 2020
The Financial Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Women Leaders in Financial Technology of 2020. In uncertain economic times and as the demand for financial technology increases, these women have stepped up to the plate to aid the companies they serve in producing innovative, secure, and user-friendly solutions for businesses and individuals alike. They were nominated by their colleagues and peers for their notable company and industry contributions and were selected for their demonstrated successes. This year’s awardees span executive leadership, marketing, HR, compliance, and security positions, among others, and all have adeptly and passionately fulfilled their unique leadership roles.
The fintech industry is rapidly evolving, and to meet complex standards is no easy task. Each of the women represented has demonstrated an expert ability to adapt to changing markets, strengthen company procedures, and pilot new initiatives. The exemplary leadership they demonstrate has made a significant impact on the success of their companies and will continue to drive innovation and growth now more than ever. Please join us in recognizing The Top 25 Women Leaders in Financial Technology of 2020.
23. Julia Markiewicz, Silent Eight
Chief Operating Officer
Everyday Julia Markiewicz has a goal: to fight money laundering and terrorist financing, specifically the human costs associated with these crimes. As the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Silent Eight, a technology company that has developed an award-winning artificial intelligence solution for regulatory compliance, Julia is passionate about people and technology. Her innovative management style is credited as a primary catalyst behind Silent Eight’s heavy investment in research and development, a key driver in the expansion of the team’s geographical footprint. In addition, she strives to inspire and motivate employees by playing a core role in the company’s HR initiatives and advocating for nonprofit engagement.
Prior to Silent Eight, she was the CEO and founder of startup Fabryka Kadr, a leading European provider of human resources services that elevated many modern HR concepts to the market. This year she was also recognized as one of 100women.org’s 100 Women in Finance.
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