Matteo Rizzi Biography
Matteo Rizzi, Entrepreneur, Venture Partner, Societe Generale, Author of ‘Fintech Revolution’ & ‘Talent & Rebels’, One of the 40 most influential FinTech executives in Europe
Matteo is one of the most recognized and respected faces in the FinTech industry globally with plenty of accolades. He has over 20 years of expertise and deep connections amongst global banks executives, startups and investors.
talian by birth, the global executive conducts business in Italian, English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.
Matteo also holds a University degree in Computer Science from the University of Genova and a Postgraduate degree in Financial Transactions from Solvay Business School. He spent 13 years as a key executive at SWIFT, where he held various positions from sales to global account management.
In 2007, he founded swiftcommunity.net which was built based on the experience he gathered from designing italiansonline.net, the world largest Italian expat portal that came to life in 2003, way before Facebook was born. He also Co-founded Innotribe, the innovation arm of SWIFT in 2008. From there, he launched the renowned Innotribe Startup Challenge, which is the first global challenge for FinTech entrepreneurs, as well as the Enablers group; a cross-industry group mentoring Innotribe and SWIFT on strategy and financial trends.
Eileen has over 20 years of financial services marketing leadership at well-known brands financial brands-- BlackRock, Charles Schwab and Wells Fargo Bank-- as well as fintech companies such as PENSCO and LendingClub.
Eileen has built and lead all aspects of marketing - brand strategy, growth, multi-channel, events, education, social media, public relations and has spent most of her career in the digital space creating award winning social and video content. She has a deep understanding of the wants, needs and behaviors of individual investors, financial advisors, and entrepreneurs.
Eileen's personal passion is financial literacy and she teaches workshops for recent college graduates on investing for retirement and building good credit history. In addition to her marketing leadership she is also in the process of completing the Certified Financial Planner certificate program at UC Berkeley Extension. She holds the FINRA series 7, 63 and 24 licenses.
As Vice President of Affluent Marketing at Wells Fargo, Leslie Goldstein is responsible for developing and executing growth strategies to deepen relationships based on each customer's unique financial needs. Leslie's current role is a rare blend of developing cross-channel business capabilities, driving awareness of Wells Fargo's holistic offerings, and supporting segment-specific growth goals.
Leslie joined Wells Fargo to develop strategies for its Deposit Products Group in 2006, before moving into strategy and marketing roles for the bank's affluent segment. With previous experience building Charles Schwab's 401(k) business, Leslie continues to pursue roles that focus on innovative go-to-market strategies.
Leslie earned her MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and has a bachelor's degree in economics from UCLA. When not working, she enjoys getting outdoors to walk her dog, run, hike and play tennis.