Natasha Benson, CEO of F4ID, joins us to discuss fintech for international development and how to deliver impactful solutions to the Humanitarian sector.
Financial services are an essential part of our lives, yet there are still barriers and challenges for many when it comes to accessing simple financial products and services.
This is where FinTech for good comes in!
Over the years, FinTech entrepreneurs, founders, innovators, and change-makers have proven that by harnessing the powers of technology, innovation in financial services can act as an enabler to create a more inclusive and diverse global society.
This week 3 Sided Cube CEO, Rich and Head of Client Success, Gabby chat with Natasha Benson, CEO of F4ID about her mission to create a world where *every* community has the technology and tools it needs to prosper.
F4ID aims to tackle real-world problems associated with the most marginalized global communities. This differentiated and sustainable approach will allow us to be bold in our vision and ecosystem, to create a future with healthier communities and stronger local economies
Natasha has 20+ experience in financial services but began her work with F4ID because of her own passion for impact. After such a long career in finance, she saw it was all well and good to make money for big corporate but wanted to leave a legacy in the world that wasn’t solely making money but had true impact.
She left that world behind and set up her own wellness company in Singapore and through that really understood that she could use her tools and techniques to develop corporate solutions for good. Which led her down this latest #fintechforgood journey!
Fintech for International Development (F4ID) brings humanitarian, finance, and technology experts together under one roof to deliver impactful solutions to the humanitarian sector.
F4ID is an impact fintech with a social purpose, founded through a collaboration between Save the Children, Barclays, and Standard Chartered. They provide solutions to the aid ecosystem with their cloud-based approach which allows them to operate anywhere in the world and work in last-mile environments.
To hear more of the conversation with Natasha listen now using the links below!
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Published on April 13, 2023, last updated on April 13, 2023