Jean Marie Healy walked through Mastercard’s findings from 40,000 customers – half of whom were women – in 18 markets, including 10 developing markets, to understand if there are gender differences in financial behaviors. She busted myths about women’s relationship with money and explained how Mastercard plans to work with GBA to provide comprehensive payment solutions targeting women.
JEAN MARIE HEALY Vice President, Global Consumer Credit, Mastercard
It’s the occasion, not gender, that drives the way people choose to pay. — Jean Marie Healy
There is a distinction between cautious and confident. I am cautious when I cross the street, but this doesn’t mean I’m not confident – I’m good at it! — Jean Marie Healy