Serial entrepreneur, founder of SwissFinTechLadies and CEO of Eccos Impact GmbH, Karen Wendt is joining aisot’s advisory board with immediate effect, supporting the company’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Working closely with the aisot team, Karen Wendt is playing a crucial role as a new member of the advisory board by expanding the company’s network, attracting more female talent to the aisot team and consulting on topics such as diversity, ESG, scaling impact, and governance. Karen Wendt holds several lecturer positions, among others at the MODUL University Vienna and at the FOM University of Applied Sciences for Economics and Management Munich, and is a highly respected wealthtech expert, holding mentoring positions at F10 Fintech Incubator & Accelerator as well as CV Labs AG. In her role as CEO of Eccos Impact GmbH, she supports professional investors in impact investing strategies and provides business intelligence to investors and corporations.
Shaping the future of asset management, aisot leverages the combined power of artificial intelligence, data science, and quant research. Karen’s thought leadership in the fields of wealthtech and asset management will allow the aisot team to develop AI for the next generation of Wealth and Asset Management and doubling down on the company’s commitment to support female investing. Stefan Klauser, CEO & Co-Founder of aisot, commented: “Karen will support us in developing and shaping the European aisot network and attract crucial female talent. We are happy to tap into her decades long experience in impact investing and diversity topics. We are thrilled to have Karen on our advisory board and look forward to working with her.”
Karen Wendt commented: “I’m excited to work with Stefan and the aisot team and look forward to supporting the company’s mission to transform asset management with AI together with my fellow members of the advisory board. aisot has the right team and technology in place to make asset management more sustainable and attract more female talent to the wealthtech sector.”