Neha is featured in FinTech 50, 2019 and 2020, Asia’s 50 Most Influential Women in Renewable Energy, 2020, and “Global Future Fintech Leader” Award at the Fintech Festival Abu Dhabi 2020. Neha is a legal and finance professional with 15 years of experience in Asia and Europe. She holds a double degree in Law and Commerce from the University of Delhi and attended King’s College, London on Chevening Fellowship. A proud recipient of the British Chamber of Commerce 21st Annual Business Award for the UK Impact in Singapore 2020, FemTech Partners has been highly involved in bringing the UK and Singapore FinTech ecosystems together under the effective leadership of the founder Ms Neha Mehta. Neha is listed in the inaugural Singapore 100 Women in Tech. She says – “As a strong advocate of supporting women fintech entrepreneurs, being a part of inaugural Singapore’s 100 Women in Tech List is especially meaningful for me. Inspiring other women to enter the tech industry has always been at the heart of what I do, and I am honoured to be able to do so through this initiative.”
Neha is a recipient of Stri Shakti Award’ 21. Neha is also a recipient of the Globant ‘Digital Disruptors’ Award in 2021, for bringing about a change in the way transactions are carried out while using technology to her disposal in the regions of SEA. Neha is The FinTech Team Lead for The Economic Reform Programme, SEA, FDCO. The fund is administered by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FDCO) of the UK government. It aims to support the inclusive economic growth needed to reduce poverty in SEA. The Fund’s activities contribute to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
Neha’s main work includes working with financial regulators in Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, Myanmar, Thailand and Indonesia. Neha is also the UNDP (United Nations Development Program) SDG Finance Expert for FinTech and SDG focused projects. Neha is the founder of FemTech Partners, which enables Fintech start-ups to access and expand their market reach and supports programs and initiatives for women in Fintech, on a pro-bono basis. Neha is a recipient of the Nav Shakti Award for her contribution to women empowerment conferred by the Indo European Chamber of Small and Medium Enterprises (IECSME). Neha is a regular contributor to fintech discussions, especially to bridge the gender gap in fintech and the financial services industry. Neha has also been a part of more than 200 speaking gigs across 150 countries.