Adoption Program Manager at Okta, Inc.
Yes, it's great to have a job that you're interested in, but it's also important to ensure your career has flexibility and longevity in a changing market.
The two you've paired here, project management and information systems is a really strong career path (especially with a finance background to add on.) The great thing about it is actually the diversity of job opportunities you'd be qualified for as well as the vast industries you'd be able to work in. These skills would allow you to stay in finance or really go to any industry that relies on information systems (which now is literally all of them; fashion, sports, construction, health, IT, finance, housing, etc.)
I myself am biased with a background in project management, but mostly because it's served me very well and it's a great fit for who I am. I love running projects because they're unique and I get to work with really smart, diverse sets of people I'd otherwise never be able to meet and learn from. Also, all industries run projects to improve and grow to the next level, so there's always a demand for people who understand how to start and finish a goal.