Amoo is a new FinTech in London UK, trying to solve the gender funding gap.


Aminata Ba is a French qualified lawyer, Member of the Paris Bar. Practicing in-house or in private practice, she has been advising national and international companies on commercial issues and corporate matters. Beside negotiating contracts, she has a built a solid experience on dispute resolution, by working on various litigation and arbitration cases.

She holds an MBA from Manchester Business School (2015), where she greatly focused on strategy and entrepreneurship. She daily combines her legal knowledge and business awareness to help companies adopting sustainable solutions in UK and Europe.

Aminata has been volunteering by providing legal support to a French association helping discriminated binational couples. She is now coordinating and legally supporting the social business Project Embrace, promoting diversity representation in the media.


Nzube Ufodike is an entrepreneur and advisor to early and growth stage businesses, primarily in the FinTech sector, in the UK and emerging markets.

Prior, he led Strategic Partnerships and was a Digital Product Owner at Wealth Dynamix, London, an award winning technology vendor to the wealth management industry. Before that, he was part of a team at UBS SmartWealth that built and launched the UK’s first FCA-regulated robo-advisor, focussed on the mass affluent wealth segment.

Before going in-house, he founded, built and managed Amoo Venture Capital Advisory, a boutique TMT focussed firm, which had the privilege to service dozens of disruptive clients including Magway, Pavegen, Intern Avenue (acquired by Bright Network), Fits.Me (acquired by Rakuten), and CloudByte.  

He currently sits on the board of several start-ups. He is also a volunteer with The Africa Centre, a London-based charity, as a member of its finance committee. 

Nzube attended Queen Mary, University of London. 

Our Goal

We aim to support business women and female tech entrepreneurs with their financing needs. This may be in the form of equity, convertibles, project finance, loans etc. The problem is that today’s stewards of capital do not fairly allocate funds to female owned companies.

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