Fintech Finance Podcast: FF Salon with Nina Mohanty Full Audio
As the daughter of an immigrant family, from the stepping stones of Mastercard, Klarna and Starling Bank, Nina has ambitions to get her own company Bloom Money on the market – and for the right reasons.
Bloom Money is an ethical fintech company that serves Diaspora communities, providing tools for them so they can build generational wealth.
‘So much of what we do in financial services, especially with migrant communities is focused on sending money away’. But according to Nina, there’s no reason they can’t build wealth here in the UK as well. Settling in a new country often means new ways of working, socialising and living, and Nina has her sights set on building prosperity.
The backbone of our society. Invisible people. They should have fintech products too.
‘There’s so many really talented people that work in fintech, and we were all building for the same demographic – and that’s great – but I wanted to build for people that had life circumstances that were different’. The backbone of our society. Invisible people. They should have fintech products too.
And where did this drive come from? Her parents and their generosity, whose advice has helped her in more ways than one.
The pressures of being a Co-Founder is nothing new to Nina Mohanty. Whether it be overseeing pension funds or the salaries of her team, to not overstretching what’s possible for a venture backed startup, the Co-Founder of Bloom Money gives her stance on how to keep it together.
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