Evening Standard’s Progress 1000 names Freddy Kelly in London’s Most Influential People 2019: Fintech and Banking
The full line-up for the Progress 1000, produced for the fifth year in partnership with the global bank Citi, was revealed last week ahead of their celebrations at the Design Museum, London.
The theme of this year’s list is the future and technology, embracing whole new sectors including augmented and virtual reality and cyber security, as well as a wide range of activists challenging inequality and helping the environment.
The names are curated by the Evening Standard editorial team led by Editor George Osborne, who said: “This year’s list is a celebration of the talent, diversity and energy of a future-facing London. Here are all the movers and shakers in our great capital. Prepare to be surprised!”
Others named in Fintech and Banking list were Antonio Horta-Osario — Lloyds Banking Group, Alison Rose — RBS, Jes Stanley — Barclays, Nathan Bostock — Santander, Richard Gnodde — Goldman Sachs, James Bardrick — Citigroup Inc., Penny James — Direct Line, Christian Faes — LendInvestTech, Taavet Hinrikus — TransferWise, Daniel Hegarty — Habito, Samir Desai — Funding Circle: Making the Financial World better!, Tom Blomfied — Monzo, Nikolay Storonsky — Revolut, Rishi Khosla — OakNorth, and Anne Boden — Starling Bank.