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2021

So in the spirit of “The Months of the Year” song, here is our 2021 month-by-month rundown of the female funding landscape.

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Last week we gathered with family and friends to share Thanksgiving meals. And while people may forever debate the merits of cranberry…

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Yesterday Anthemis announced that we’re expanding our Female Innovators Lab (FIL), in partnership with Barclays, to support female fintech…

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As big tech continues to be put under the spotlight for its data collection practices, there is a growing list of early-stage companies…

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Earlier this year, I highlighted the gender wealth gap and cited two potential reasons for women owning just 32 cents for every dollar…

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Below are the slides from our examination of the opportunities around food & agriculture, from the perspective of embedded finance. It’s…

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With a new administration and fresh appointees to multiple agencies, fintech regulation will be an exciting (and at times, challenging)…

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It’s hard to talk about 2020 without making it all about the pandemic. But within the entertainment industry, the COVID crisis accelerated…

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When Sean and I started Anthemis more than a decade ago, we set out to transform the financial system for a digital age. We wanted to…

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Since our inception in 2010, diversity, equity and inclusion has played an important role in the growth of our company

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Against the heavy backdrop of racial injustice globally, I recently attended a Fearless Futures workshop on shifting from Unconscious Bias…

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Today, I think it is fair to say, we are all responding a bit differently to a rogue cough or sneeze, than we may have months ago…

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