Both women and men gave high marks to the Women in Listed Derivatives-sponsored panel on Women Who Shape Fintech, moderated by Diane Saucier, the president of WILD and client relationship manager at Fitch Learning. Some of the takeaways were: There is still a “confidence gap” between men and women. For example, women are often hesitant to apply for a particular job unless they meet 100 percent of the qualification requirements, whereas men often take a chance even if they only meet 70 percent. Only about 7 percent of entrepreneurs getting funding are women. And there are even fewer in fintech….
Tag Archives: women in listed derivatives
Women In Listed Derivatives 4th Annual Symposium | The Evolution of Women in Listed & OTC Derivatives Interview,Video
October 15, 2015 3:00 PM – 6:30 PM with networking drinks until 8:00 PMFederal Reserve Bank of ChicagoThird Floor Conference Center230 South LaSalle StreetChicago, Illinois Cost is $50 Come join us for an interesting and inspiring symposium on the constant changing nature of the derivatives industry and the role of women in it. Three panels – The Generation Shift; Evolution of Women in Risk and IT Roles; and Evolution of Trading – will feature 11 speakers, as well as remarks from Craig S. Donohue, the executive chairman of OCC. Register at: https://wilderivatives.wufoo.com/forms/rsvp-for-wild-2015-symposium/
Bette Smith at the end of last year became director of the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities at the University of Colorado Denver Business School, which was launched in April 2012. The new program attracted 31 students for the fall 2012 commodities classes and 53 enrolled for the upcoming Spring 2013 semester. Smith recently spoke about the school and her new position with JLN’s Christine Nielsen. Smith includes her take on why Denver is a good place for an educational center for commodity markets. Q: Please describe the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities and your role there. A: The J.P….
Alice Botis‘ experience spans from being the first female NASDAQ market maker to heading up Latin American business development for Fidessa. She sat down with John Lothian News editor Jessica Titlebaum to discuss the high frequency trading environment in Latin America, how the MILA initiative (otherwise known as the Integrated Latin American Market) is impacting growth in the region and how the industry has changed for women in this global marketplace.
Gina McFadden is president of the Options Industry Council and executive vice president, industry services at The Options Clearing Corporation (OCC). She also sits on the steering committee of Women in Listed Derivatives (WILD), founded by Leslie Sutphen and Jessica Titlebaum. She sat down with Sarah Rudolph at the OIC’s offices in Chicago shortly before the IDX FIA/FOA International Derivatives Expo. Q: You are going to attend the IDX conference in London on June 8 and 9. What will you be doing at the conference? A: We’ll be attending the program, including the clearing panel, where Mike Walinskas [OIC senior…