In this edition of our Connecting the Dots podcast, we speak to Cheryl Nash, President of Investment Services at Fiserv.

We cover many topics on this show, particularly Cheryl’s and Fiserv’s excellent commitment to promoting women in finance through initiatives including their Leading Women Summit, hoping to #ChangetheGame and taking inspiration from similar movements in women’s international sports to influence the fintech and wealth management sector.

We also discuss her best tips for connecting with customers (Fiserv have been named as one of FORTUNE Magazine’s World Most Admired Companies six years in a row), the clinical role of social media channels to network with other women and influencers in the industry, and how a business partnership with the Milwaukee Bucks has helped them to become a recognised fintech leader, bringing the sector to a new audience, nationally and internationally.

You can follow Cheryl on Twitter @cherylnash2, and on LinkedIn.

About Cheryl

Cheryl Nash, President, Investment Services at Fiserv, drives the strategic vision for industry-leading technology solutions in wealth management. With over 30 years of experience, Cheryl has a keen appreciation and understanding of industry trends, priorities and challenges, and is a highly sought-after subject matter expert. Her consultative approach has yielded enduring client partnerships.

Cheryl’s credentials include her appointment to the Money Management Institute (MMI) board of governors and selection as co-chair of the MMI Women in Wealth Management, a program dedicated to ensuring women in the workforce 0-5 years have an enriching start to their financial services careers; board member of MMI’s Leadership Pathway; and former co-chair for MMI’s Technology & Operations Committee. She serves as an Envestnet Institute on Campus advisory board member and leads the Women in Wealth Management initiative, a program dedicated to inspiring, advising, and educating career-focused women.

Cheryl has received numerous awards for her contributions and achievements including Money Management Institute’s Pioneer Award (2009); Gold Stevie® Award for Women in Business (2016); Family Wealth Report’s Women in Wealth Management—Individual Contributor award (2017); MMI/Barron’s Industry award to Envestnet Institute on Campus in the ‘Doing Good’ category, a program for which Cheryl Nash and Fiserv are key contributors (2017, 2018); InvestmentNews 2017 Women to Watch honoree; the FTF News 2018 Editor’s Choice Award and most recently, ThinkAdvisor’s 2019 Top Women in WealthTech.

Remember, you can catch all of our episodes from the podcast series on our SoundCloud page, iTunes library or Spotify.

Elliot Burr

Content Marketing Editor at Kurtosys
Fervently chatting about the future of funds and fintech.