Half of the World is Missing – the Terrible Gender Inequality Issue We Don’t Want to Face

The longer I work in the finance field, the more I understand how wide the gender gap is. Tonight I went to another fintech event. During today’s event, a venture capital fund introduced 2 emerging market fintech entrepreneurs to the audience. I was quite happy there were some women at the event. Because in most of this type of events, there are very few women … Continue reading Half of the World is Missing – the Terrible Gender Inequality Issue We Don’t Want to Face

Everyone needs to start investing ASAP!

The number of articles written on income inequality has skyrocketed lately. It is widely admitted that the millennials generation is poorer than their parents and grandparents on a relative basis. Given that far fewer women invest in men, women are hugely disadvantaged when it comes to generating life time returns. Why? And how does that affect why your decision to invest? Below is the return … Continue reading Everyone needs to start investing ASAP!

Don’t live a dull (adult) life

If  your life consist of getting up at 7:30, be at work by 9, get home at 6:30, cook, study for some professional designation exam, browsing on your cellphone, playing Clash of Clans, going to be, would you rather have a different life?  Because this life offers very little exploring, limited brain activities, not enough interactions or ideas exchange. Weekend gets only slightly better – … Continue reading Don’t live a dull (adult) life

Future as we know it

50 days into full-time work. A good milestone for reflection. I need to set some goals and think about what the next step should be for my professional development. Today I attended the future of finance conference back at SOM. The presenter line-up for the conference was phenomenal. If the conference has been in New York, there would be a lot more attendees than the … Continue reading Future as we know it