Julie Guetta leads the delivery of functional features at Partior, the trusted global network for value exchange, and focuses on revolutionising how the settlement of value, and particularly, cross-border payments, is carried out today.
A finalist of the Women in Payments Rising Star Awards EMEA in 2021, Julie is an experienced payments professional in areas including payments processing schemes, standards and business process flows – the detailed mechanics of what it takes to move payments efficiently and effectively.
Julie is passionate about the future of payments. In her former role as Head of Payments Strategy at RedCompass Labs, she helped clients to understand the trends impacting the future of payments while creating new business opportunities, and sharing the practical steps required for implementable payment strategies.
Julie has penned a series of thought leadership articles and appeared in videos. She is also a regular conference speaker, and lectured at the EBA Summer School in 2022. Julie is also an active member of the Mojaloop foundation, which mission is to to increase financial inclusion by empowering organizations creating interoperable payments systems to enable digital financial services for all.
Outside of work, Julie is a passionate runner and most recently finished in the top 15 in Singapore and top 25 globally at the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge.
Partior is a blockchain-based technology provider that is enabling the next generation of cross-border payments and value exchange. An independent company that grew from the Project Ubin collaboration backed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Partior was founded by J.P. Morgan, DBS and Temasek in 2021. In 2022, Standard Chartered was named as the fourth founding partner. Partior aims to make digital clearing and settlement more efficient, reliable and secure for financial institutions worldwide by harnessing the key features of blockchain and smart contracts — programmability, immutability and traceability — to address the industry’s longstanding pain points.