Julia Streets

Julia Streets

CEO & Founder

Streets Consulting

Humanity & Technology – Four Perspectives: The continued march of fintech into our organisations

Session Overview

Fintech innovation – understandably – is often considered the preserve of the financial services sector.  Yet as business leaders, advisors, consumers and investors, every day our lives are impacted by the relentless pace of fintech change.

Julia will talk us through the continued march of fintech into our organisations and across the sectors, from start-ups, to SMEs and domestic and international organisations.

What impact does this have for HR, learning, development and talent retention executives and the organisations they serve?

Speaker's biography

Julia Streets is the Founder & CEO of Streets Consulting, the fintech business development,marketing and communications consultancy advising organisations around the world.  She and her team work with stock exchanges, brokerage and investment firms, payment providers, technology firms working with specialists including blockchain, artificial intelligence, and cyber.

As a senior industry executive, prior to founding Streets Consulting in 2008 Julia was global head of communications at Atos Euronext Market Solutions (the technology business of the NYSE Euronext), serving on the Executive Committee and was European head of marketing and sales development at the global brokerage firm, Instinet.

Brummell Magazine, known as the ‘City’s little black book’, has recognised Julia a number of times.  In 2017 as one of their 30 Inspirational Women Influencers, in 2014 as one of 30 Inspirational Women Entrepreneurs and in 2013, one of 30 Inspirational Women on Boards.  She is one of SWIFT’s Global Power Women in FinTech and been listed in Innovate Finance’s Women in FinTech Power List for the past three years. In 2018 she was a finalist in ‘Influential Women’ category in the charity Variety’s  ‘Catherine Awards’ championing leading women.

Julia is proud to serve as a trustee of the charity ‘Street Child’ and is a Fellow of the British American Project, the transatlantic leadership fellowship.