This Wednesday, October 6, within the framework of the Colombia 4.0 forum, tokenization and fintech will be a point to be discussed. They will be the Head Capital Markets and Expansion of the company SeSocio.com, Valeria Laico and the economist María Fernanda Ordóñez; those who direct the exhibition.
According to a brief publication of the Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications of Colombia (MinTIC), on the second day of the program’s agenda, Laico will explain what is tokenization, what is legal and what is not in it, and it will dispel the numerous myths that exist around blockchain networks.
In Therefore, the specialist in nature-based solutions, the guest of Colombia 4.0, María Fernanda Ordóñez, will be in charge of leading the talk called «Open banking for dummies «, And, in addition, it will organize the panel« The role of women in the fintech industry ».
It is expected that the founder of the company Bankamoda (one of the most successful Colombian fintech companies ), the economist María del Mar Palau, as well as Mathilde Viola, Mónica Ramírez, who are the co-founder and CEO of the TowerTech company, as well as Masayo García, of Mastercard.
C olombia 4.0, an «inspiring space»
Since yesterday, Tuesday, October 5, the new installment of the Colombia 4.0 event has been taking place, which, for Palau, is “an inspiring space of the MinTIC” because it promotes “more inclusive and motivating scenarios so that more women are part of the digital sectors and occupy leadership roles in the ICT industry. »
The challenge is, then, to encourage more women to become part of the digital world and choose to study careers related to ICT development.
María del Mar Palau, economist and founder of the Bankamoda company.
The female presence this year in that event is more relevant than in previous installments, something remarkable, taking into account that this forum is one of the most important for the creative industries and IT in Colombia.
In detail, of 220 exhibitions Tores, 90 women from all sectors will take part in 50 conferences, panels, workshops and conversations that will take place throughout the program, which will run until October 7.