Anthemis announces digital fellows
Anthemis, an investment and advisory firm focused on digital disruption, has announced three fellowships for the coming year.
The Anthemis Fellowship programme is focused on individuals it feels are able to make “ground breaking constributions to the future of financial services.”
The 2016 fellows are:
- Emilia Lischke – a September 2015 graduate of the UCL School of Public Policy, from which she received a master’s degree in international public policy. Emilia will focus on a project using social and technological innovation to restore trust in the financial system
- Francesco Corea – an academic researcher and data scientist who has written extensively about financial services and advocated for regulatory changes in the Italian Senate. Francesco will be using his inter-disciplinary background to develop ideas to promote the use of digital financial services in varying communities.
- Kyle Dupont – the founder of MatrixVision, a new company that focuses on anti-money laundering compliance. Kyle sees a major opportunity in the ability of technology to reduce errors and improve transparency for financial services compliance.
Sean Park, founder, chairman and CEO at Anthemis, said: “It is vital that we identify the thought leaders of the future to ensure that Anthemis remains at the cutting edge of innovation. The Anthemis Fellowship was set up to do just that. We are excited about adding to our growing ecosystem of entrepreneurs and are delighted to welcome Emilia, Francesco and Kyle and look forward to helping them develop the skills and experiences to help them reach the top of their game.”