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Loretta Joseph

Fintech Advisor, Financial Services Commission

Loretta Joseph is the fintech consultant at the Financial Services Commission (Mauritius) and is a board member of the Regional Centre of Excellence (Mauritius) in collaboration with the OECD on fintech. Loretta is an external resource to GIABA. She regularly advises a number of global organizations on responsible adoption of financial technology across policy makers, governments and industries, specifically blockchain. She has previously advised OECD and OSCE on digital assets and their impact in AML/CFT. She is also the MD of Lo-Jo Consulting. Loretta was the fintech and regulatory consultant to the Government of Bermuda, presently, Serbia and the Premier office of South Australia. Loretta sits on the papal council of Humanity 2.0 that developed in collaboration with the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development at the Holy See and a consortium of leaders and luminaries. Loretta is a highly dynamic, skilled banking, financial and consulting professional with over 25 years in financial markets and related sectors. She has worked for major investment banks at board, MD or senior management level throughout Asia and India including, RBS (India), Macquarie Group (India), Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and Elara Capital (India). Spanning a long career, Loretta has tremendous exposure to global financial markets, multiple asset classes and emerging market environments. Loretta has advised many international banks, global hedge and pension funds on managing portfolio and exposure to derivatives and related products. For the last decade, she has been paramount in successful transaction facilitation for foreign investors in India and other emerging markets. She has operated in many multi-cultural organizations. Loretta sits on the advisory board of UWS (Business School), Blume Ventures (India). She is also an adjunct fellow at UWS (Australia). She was previously director of market development at SSX, is a Lifetime fellow of Australian Digital Currency and Commerce Association (ADDCA), and chair of the Sebian blockchain Association. Loretta holds various advisory positions globally. She was the recipient of the Fintech Australia "Female leader of 2016". She was the recipient of the Fintech Australia Leader of 2017 and Sancta Sophia College (Within Sydney University) Alumni Award 2016, 2018 and current 2019 Alumni Award recipient for Social impact. Loretta holds a bachelor of economics degree from the University of Sydney.

 

 

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