Venture capitalists will care more about supporting startups with a financial inclusion mandate next year, says Emmalyn Shaw, managing partner, Flourish Ventures. Click here to listen to the podcast
Fintech will shift from products to audiences, and mortgage, core banking and insurance will expedite digitization. As a managing partner at Flourish Ventures, a $500 million global venture fund that was launched in 2019 by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, Emmalyn Shaw is an experienced tech investor.
Emmalyn Shaw at Flourish Ventures provides us with a personal take on how women can make an impact in fintech investing. When I co-founded Flourish Ventures, focusing solely on fintech was relatively new to me. I had more than 20 years of experience working with entrepreneurs in the technology industry, but it was the desire to have an impact, to invest in companies that were both mission-driven and commercial, that led me to fintech and to Flourish.