Christian Lanng in conversation with Marisa Drew

June 26, 2020 Christian Lanng

I spoke with one of the most powerful women in finance: Marisa Drew, CEO Impact Advisory and Finance at Credit Suisse. During her 30 year career in investment banking, Marisa has been a constant champion of gender parity in the industry, encouraging women to believe in themselves and their abilities and to never settle.

Marisa and I last spoke in Davos where she joined me for a panel discussion on reimagining money. One of her key points then was the need to start to put a tangible value on natural assets as a way to promote climate change driven financing. Today, we spoke about the promise of sustainable finance, the current state of the finance industry, and of course the impact of COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement on the world we live in. I’m sure you’ll find her as fascinating as I did. Enjoy!

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Christian Lanng

Christian is the CEO and Co-founder of Tradeshift. Christian started his first technology company at age 19 and was the youngest Head of Division in the Danish Government, National IT and Telecom Agency. Christian is a recognized thought leader and Fortune 500 advisor, as well as a member of the Global Agenda Council on the Future of IT Software and Services, World Economic Forum. He frequently keynotes conferences on topics such as digital disruption and business agility, and supply chain sustainability.

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