Angelique Mohring

Founder and CEO, Gain X

Angelique Mohring’s combined 25 years of experience as an anthropologist and bio-archaeologist, a Fortune500 consultant, and a technology executive has given her a deep understanding on how organizations must drive sustainable growth through innovation and transformation.

She believes the world has entered a state of digital and economic transformation the like of which we’ve never experienced before and in which we are gravely unprepared and launched GainX to help both businesses and individuals navigate the coming new economy.

Angelique is currently featured in Forbes (December 2017) as one of the top 10 most powerful women in Financial Services in the UK and has been nominated as one of Canada’s most influential women for the last three years.

In 2012, Angelique founded GainX and is currently the CEO. The GainX patented software solutions leverage AI technology and advanced network design theory to provide intuitive tools and dashboards designed to predict and manage ROI on multi-million enterprise transformation spend.

GainX has achieved critical acclaim in US, Canada, and Europe, including recognition as top Fintech Company in NYC, London, and Toronto; a leading disrupter in Financial Services in the Valley; and, an exceptional innovative technology company by the Canadian – UK Trade Offices.

GainX is a proud partner with Blackrock, PwC, and Microsoft. After GainX launched our UK Headquarters in 2017, the company had the pleasure of becoming one of only 20 companies globally to join the LSEG Elite Program in Cohort 7.

Angelique is a sought-after speaker in the US, Canada, the UK, Latin American, and Europe, on topics that include AI and machine learning, the future of the Financial Services, The Future of Work, collaborative innovation, global cultural and digital transformation, The Individual and The New Economy, Innovation and the Global Economy, and uncovering the unspoken dependencies across economic ecosystems.

Angelique inspires minds around the world. Engagements include The Financial Times, IBM, Goldman Sachs, Google, The Telegraph, Silicon Valley, Microsoft, RBS, Money 2020, Strata – London, Pandemonio, MaRS Verge, Finovate Europe, Finovate NYC and many more.