The Financial Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Women Leaders in Financial Technology of Asia for 2020. This year’s awardees represent an elite group at the forefront of one of the fastest growing industries in Asia. As consumers increasingly prefer digital over traditional banking, these leaders and their companies are uniquely positioned to improve users’ access to their assets in a financially underserved market. With specialties across peer-to-peer lending, payments, wealth management, crypto trading, e-commerce, and other areas, these companies offer products and services that cover all aspects of an individual’s finances.
Following a thorough review of hundreds of nominations, these women leaders were selected for their industry expertise, keen awareness of consumer needs, and ability to form strategic partnerships. Their impressive backgrounds have produced a wealth of knowledge that has allowed them to guide their teams through the development of some of the most ubiquitous financial platforms in Asia and beyond. Please join us in celebrating the achievements of this year’s Top 25 Women Leaders in Financial Technology of Asia for 2020.
1. Jessica Tan Company: Ping An Group Location: Shenzhen, China
Jessica Tan is the Co-Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director, and Executive Vice President of Ping An Group, a leading Chinese insurance company with over 500 million online users and 1.4 million insurance agents at its disposal. Tan has been integral in driving Ping An’s technological focus and oversees the company’s technology ventures. Tan is also a key participant in other financial groups and initiatives, including membership with the Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Securities and Futures Commission. A celebrated leader in business, she was named one of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs in 2019, was ranked 2nd in the international ...