On July 8th 2022, CFTE’s Co-founder, Tram Anh Nguyen, spoke at the WSBI – ESBG World Congress in Paris. She shared her insights on how pandemic will affect the transition to sustainability in such fields as education.
Tram Anh Nguyen was invited to take part in the panel discussion, together with:
- Almoro Rubin de Cervin, Acting Director, General Affairs at DG Fisma, European Commission,
- Carme Artigas, Secretary of State for Digitisation and AI,
- Janine Händel, CEO at Roger Federer Foundation,
- Francis Malige, Managing Director Financial Institutions at EBRD,
- Alessia Benevelli, LL.M. at ESBG – panel moderator
What is the role of institutional investors and how would the pandemic consequences in fields like education affect this transition?
The discussion revolved around the transition to a greener and more sustainable business models that could lead to job creation and global recovery. Tram Anh talked about the impact FinTechs have on society, the diversity gap in the FinTech industry, and the need to create a strong and robust workforce.
She also highlighted the importance of upskilling and reskilling people to create a better financial world. To help achieve this mission, CFTE has published the Fintech Job Report, which focuses on job creation in the FinTech sector.
Tram Anh mentioned some of the key findings of the report, which focuses on how we could support the potential job roles and relevant employability skills needed to aid with future job creation and opportunities for governments, academics and regulators.