Bankingblocks CEO Daria Rippingale wins EWPN Award | Awards
We’re delighted to announce that Bankingblocks CEO Daria Rippingale has been awarded Emerging FinTech/Payment Leader of the Year by the European Women Payments Network (EWPN).
On June 4th 2019, EWPN hosted an awards dinner to celebrate individuals and organisations that stand out and work hard to make the payments industry a diverse and inclusive place.
The Emerging FinTech/Payment Leader Award was one of five awards in the individuals category. We’re grateful for this recognition by the EWPN for our CEO, as this prize is awarded to outstanding women and leaders who demonstrate clear leadership, integrity, ethical standards, professionalism, and make positive contribution to the industry every day.
After joining the world of eCommerce in 2004, Daria quickly developed a keen interest in online business and website monetisation. Since 2007 she is working in the payments sector and proving her mentorship and leader skills, demonstrating her social responsibility towards empowering women and investing in her employees’ development along the way.
Daria Rippingale is now Chief Executive Officer at Bankingblocks. The company was established to respond to the industry’s pain points and to provide fintech and payment companies with a partner that has true end-to-end solutions that go beyond agency banking.
At Bankingblocks we’ve made it our corporate responsibility to become equality ambassadors and empower women in any professional environment. We’re proud of Daria’s achievement, it will stimulate us to work harder and aim higher so our team will continue to make a mark in the industry.
EWPN is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to building a community for women in cards, fintech & payments in Europe. As the first and only Pan-European community for women, EWPN strives to create more opportunities for women and minorities, as well as being a champion for a more diverse and inclusive industry for all. EWPN does this by organising local networking evenings, workshops, annual events, awards and research, which all are welcome to be involved in.