Attracting And Retaining Top Fintech Talent; With Payhawk, QI Tech, 40Seas, nectaro

Amid rising inflation and interest rates, and the growing number of cyber threats, businesses are constantly evolving in order to be resilient. This month, The Fintech Times is highlighting how businesses are showing this resilience against a myriad of factors – some within, and some beyond, their control.

Our business resilience focus now turns to arguably the most important part of an organisation: its employees. Despite the advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), employees are the backbone of any organisation. Therefore, attracting and retaining top talent is an absolute must in fintech – but in this day and age, that is much easier said than done.

Throughout the year, we have discussed how there is a talent shortage in the fintech industry. In fact, according to Dufrain, the data consultancy, over 60 per cent of data and analytics leaders said the biggest challenge to their business was recruiting individuals with the necessary skills and talents. With this in mind, we reached out to the industry to find out how they believed these problems can be overcome.

To read what Sigita Kotlere, CEO at Nectaro, said, click here

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