Lietuvos Bankas, Bank of Lithuania’s Jekaterina Govia joins FNA’s Bella Ivanov for the first episode of the FNA Talks Podcast mini-series: Women in Fintech & Suptech. 

Together, Jekaterina and Isabella, discuss women in the Financial Industry as well as Jekaterina’a own personal experiences and advice stemming from her career as a lawyer within fintech. 

For four years, Jekaterina has developed policies for the fintech industry in Lithuania and prior to her appointment as Executive Director of Supervision Services, she worked as a coordinator of Lithuanian Fintech Strategy and Head of the Innovation Committee. 

Jekaterina has previously worked as a lawyer across various divisions within the Bank of Lithuania. Responsibilities included insurance, payments, lending, peer-to-peer lending and crowd-funding regulations. 

She holds various accolades and was awarded Public Sector Lawyer of the Year for developing the concept of crowdfunding regulation in Lithuania, and for preparing a dwarf law on crowdfunding. Jekaterina has also been acknowledged by Lattice80 as one of the Top 100 Women in Fintech. 

 

With conversations and advice from influential women across the Fintech Sector, the FNA Talks miniseries, FNA Talks: Women in Fintech & Suptech, aims to bring awareness to the role women play within the financial industry and the importance of gender diversity within the sector. 

 

You can now also catch up and subscribe to the series via Spotify and Apple too.

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