Financial crime fighter named one of top 25 women in FinTech

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Julia Markiewicz, who is the co-founder and COO of Silent Eight, was named in the Financial Technology Report, for her “expert ability to adapt to changing markets, strengthen company procedures, and pilot new initiatives.”
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A crime-busting Polish woman has been named one of the top 25 female leaders in the FinTech industry.
Julia Markiewicz, who is the co-founder and COO of Silent Eight, was named in the Financial Technology Report, for her “expert ability to adapt to changing markets, strengthen company procedures, and pilot new initiatives.” Markiewicz who graduated from the University of Warsaw previously founded Fabryka Kadr and grew the business over 5 years before leaving to co-found Silent Eight.Julia MarkiewiczSilent Eight is an international AI program that helps banks and insurers track money laundering and fights terrorism funding.The company is based in Singapore with offices operating in over 60 countries across North America, Europe and Asia. Writing on LinkedIn, Markiewicz said she was “humbled and honoured” to be included. Julia Markiewicz/LinkedInThe Financial Technology Report said: “Everyday Julia Markiewicz has a goal: to fight money laundering and terrorist financing, specifically the human costs associated with these crimes.“As the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer …

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