Martha is a global leader with extensive financial services expertise including risk management, investment banking, regulatory supervision, ESG, and FinTech. Martha is a member of the Board of Directors of Marqeta, Inc., serving as Chair of the Nominations and Governance Committee and as a member of the Audit Committee. Martha provides advisory to FinTech companies focused on growth and scaling, and is active in advisory, mentoring and guest lecturing at several universities. Her banking experience includes senior roles at Wells Fargo, the Federal Reserve, and Santander. Martha is a Fellow of the Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA from the Wharton School and an MA in International Studies from the School of Arts and Sciences.
Eric HirschhornBank of New York Mellon
Paola Bergamaschi Broyd
Edwin van BommelABN AMRO Ventures
Tom HaywoodBritish Patient Capital
Lord Jonathan Evans
You may also be interested in…
A Guide to Creating Personalized Digital Services in Insurance
Learn how to leverage the power of AI and Advanced Analytics to manage changing customer expectations – and thrive in the digital age.
Quantexa’s Anastasia Petrova and Sheryl Wharff Named on CRN’s 2022 Women of the Channel List
CRN names Quantexa’s Anastasia Petrova and Sheryl Wharff to its Women of the Channel list for 2022. Find out more here.
Scams: You Can Prevent More Than You Think
Learn how you can tackle the rising tide of internet-enabled crime by leveraging the power of advanced analytics technology.
Transforming KYC Investigations with ABN AMRO [Video]
In this video, unlock the impressive results ABN AMRO reaped by deploying Quantexa’s advanced technology solution into their KYC processes.
Celent Report: Quantexa’s Contextual Monitoring Solution
Discover how Quantexa’s Contextual Monitoring approach is revolutionizing traditional transaction monitoring in this exclusive report.
3 Ways a Contextual KYC Approach Can Help Improve Customer Onboarding and Refresh
Explore how a contextual approach to customer onboarding and refresh is key to detecting financial crime risk.