Agnes Gathaiya, Pesalink Chief Executive Listed Among Global Women in Fintech Powerlist

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Agnes Gathaiya then as IPSL Chief Exceceutive in a past interview PHOTO : KHUSOKO

Agnes Gathaiya, the chief executive Integrated Payment Services Ltd (IPSL) has been listed in the 2019 edition of Women in Fintech Powerlist.

The Women in FinTech Powerlist 2019, by Innovate Finance an independent industry body that represents and advances the global FinTech community, shines a spotlight on the women leading innovation in financial services. 

 The 2019 iteration shines a spotlight on 200 women, across 7 categories: Senior Leaders, Rising Stars, Technology Professionals, Investors, Policy Makers and Regulatory Experts, Marketers & Communicators, and Financial & Professional Services.

Agnes Gathaiya was listed under the Senior Leaders category, which identifies women championing for change within the Fintech space, through mentoring and setting up support groups to share experiences or voluntary work.

“I am excited and honored to be part of the global Women in Fintech Powerlist 2019…” said Agnes through her Linkedin Page.

“Even more excited to be sharing this honor with Martha Mghendi-Fisher, Viola Llewellyn, Lee Ann Lancaster,  Jess Ruben and Noha Shaker all members of African Women in FinTech and Payments (AWFP). Upwards and onwards as we work to build solutions that make our world better,” she added.

Pesalink is a fully-owned subsidiary of the Kenya Bankers Association (KBA), a money transfer platform that makes it easy and fast for inter-bank and inter-person cash transfers.

The Women in FinTech Powerlist is in its 6th year, the  Powerlist has increasingly attracted a global audience, resulting in applications and nominations from around the world. 

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