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FinTech Spending and Innovation in Capital Markets
An overview of IT and FinTech trends in captial markets, including investment banking, sales and trading, exchanges and exectuion venues, asset management, wealth management, and securities processing. Emerging technologies are assessed, including artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, Blockchain, and alternative data.
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Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain: Implications and Innovation for Financial Markets
Panel discussion at 13th Annual Finance Conference hosted by the Boston College Carroll School of Management on June 7, 2018 at Boston College. Panelists: Alfred L. Browne, III, Partner, Cooley LLP Jakub Duda, Vice President, Strategic Asset Allocation, Goldman Sachs & Co. Daniel Matuszewski, Head of Trading, Circle (Moderator)
Disruption in Financial Services: Nandan Nilekani at TiE LeapFrog
At the TiE LeapFrog, Nandan Nilekani spoke about disruption in financial services citing the example of Whatsapp’s innovation in the messaging space. “Just as WhatsApp disrupted the messaging space from 2009 onwards, digital innovation is changing the payment and banking space in India,” he said. He gave a live demonstration of the iris scanning capabilities with Aadhar. More about TiE LeapFrog - http://bit.ly/1JO5Cnw
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Financial Systems Innovation
Download the full paper on the rise of distributed financial systems: http://bit.ly/2Ta6vjY What would a functional financial system look like that is normalized for an age of information, globalization, and works for the economy and society? In our paper on financial systems innovation, we trace out the past, present, and future of the financial system, in an attempt to answer this question. Produced by: http://complexitylabs.io Twitter: https://goo.gl/ZXCzK7 Facebook: https://goo.gl/P7EadV LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/3v1vwF
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How FinTech is Shaping the Future of Banking | Henri Arslanian | TEDxWanChai
While FinTech is revolutionizing the banking industry and giving millions of people access to financial services for the first time, new banking models are emerging with FinTech start-ups and tech firms potentially disrupting the status quo. But business schools and universities are not preparing future bankers for these changes, says FinTech thought leader Henri Arslanian. How can designers, programmers and creative thinkers help? Henri Arslanian started his career as a financial markets and funds lawyer in Canada and Hong Kong, after which he spent many years with UBS Investment Bank in Hong Kong. In recent years, he has been teaching graduate courses on Entrepreneurship in Finance at Hong Kong University as an Adjunct Associate Professor, and currently leads the first FinTech course in Asia. His latest book on Entrepreneurship in Finance will be published in late 2016 by Palgrave Macmillan. A member of the Milken Institute’s Young Leaders Circle, Henri is a regular keynote speaker globally on the topic of FinTech and hedge funds and currently sits on a number of finance, academic, civil society and FinTech related boards and advisory boards. Henri is fluent in English, French, Armenian, Spanish and conversational in Mandarin Chinese and has been awarded many academic and industry awards over the years, including the Governor General of Canada Gold Medal for Academic Excellence. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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3. Technology and Invention in Finance
Financial Markets (2011) (ECON 252) In the beginning of the lecture, Professor Shiller reviews the probability theory concepts from the last class and extends these concepts by the central limit theorem. Afterwards, he turns his attention toward the role of financial technology and financial invention within society, in particular with regard to the management of big and important risks. He proceeds along the lines of a "framing" theme, referring to the context and the associations of inventions, and along the lines of a "device" theme, emphasizing the creation of complicated structures set up for a certain purpose, which require learning over time to be improved. His coverage of financial inventions spans limited liability for corporations and the framework of Township and Village Enterprises in China, as well as inflation indexation from its inception around the turn of the 19th century to its applications in Chile and Mexico in the 20th century. Professor Shiller concludes the lecture elaborating on swap contracts as financial inventions, and on the subsequent development of credit default swaps. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction 02:38 - Chapter 2. Review of Probability Theory and the Central Limit Theorem 14:21 - Chapter 3. The Role of Finance in Society 28:52 - Chapter 4. A Selection of Modern Inventions 39:14 - Chapter 5. Corporations and Limited Liability 51:33 - Chapter 6. Inflation Indexation 01:07:42 - Chapter 7. Swap Contracts Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2011.
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Banking 2020 - Technology Disruption in Banking
http://www.newgensoft.com/solutions/banking-finance/ How would you like to transact with your bank in 2020? On vacation - relaxing on a beach, from your home or on the go? Most of us would prefer all three where time, place and medium don't matter. Today, Banks are adapting to changing consumer behavior and are focusing on building new channels for interacting and transacting with them. The millennials in particular prefer banking anywhere, anytime and is therefore demanding innovative methods for availing banking services.
Views: 159300 Newgen Software
Financial Innovation: The Bright and Dark Sides - Professor Thorsten Beck
Professor Thorston Beck gives the keynote address at the 2013 Long Finance Spring Conference looking at "the Bright and the Dark sides" of financial innovation. This involves setting out what exactly financial innovation is and looking at its effects; providing growth opportunities and in GDP per capita but also leading to fragility in banks and volatility in certain industries. Professor Beck goes on to look at the interaction between the financial sector and growth, and at two different views of what the financial sector should be: financial intermediation (a meta-sector supporting the rest of the economy) vs. financial sector (simply one sector of many). The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/how-to-innovate-what-to-regulate-achieving-real-change-on-the-road-to-long Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently nearly 1,500 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gresham-College/14011689941
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Leading Point Financial Markets - Data Innovation, Uncovered - Sep 2018
Highlights video on key topics, format, outcomes and industry stakeholder groups for Data Innovations Sep 2018 Pre-cursor to zoom-in videos on impact of tech, highest potential, panellist point of views.
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Unfinished Business: Reform and Innovation in Finance
George Graham (RBS); Tony Greenham (New Economics Foundation); Julia Groves (UK Crowdfunding Association); Patricia Jackson (EY); James Vaccaro (Triodos Bank) Have banks and the banking system really changed, and will incoming regulation protect us from future financial crises? Where are innovative models emerging from, and will they supplement or replace the status quo? Are we there yet, or do we still need to push for deeper systemic change? Event organised by St Paul's Institute, in partnership with the Finance Innovation Lab. Chaired by Chris Hewett and Anna Laycock.
Views: 781 StPaulsLondon
Solvay Advanced Master in Financial Markets
Discover the Solvay Advanced Masters in - Innovation and Strategic Management - Innovation and Entrepreneurship (in collaboration with Politecnico di Milano) - Creativity and Marketing - Financial Markets - Quantitative Finance More info on http://am.solvay.edu/ Advanced Master in Financial Markets alumni : Sébastian Louwaege
Innovation in the financial industry – What is innovation?
From AI, blockchain, big data to identity, our new innovation series examines the forces that are disrupting the role, structure and competitive environment for financial institutions and the markets and societies in which they operate. For more informations: https://www.swift.com/news-events/news/innovation-in-the-financial-industry
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Solvay Advanced Master in Financial Markets
Discover the Solvay Advanced Masters in - Innovation and Strategic Management - Innovation and Entrepreneurship (in collaboration with Politecnico di Milano) - Creativity and Marketing - Financial Markets - Quantitative Finance More info on http://am.solvay.edu/ Advanced Master in Financial Markets alumni : Sébastian Louwaege
Examples of Financial Innovation
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Advanced Master in Financial Markets - Grégory Chouette - Lecturer
Learn about the philosophy and learning methodology of the Solvay Advanced Master in Financial Markets, as well as the Hedge Funds and Private Equity classes that Mr. Grégory Chouette (Partner at Landy Partners) is teaching. Find out more about the Solvay Advanced Masters on our website: https://am.solvay.edu 7 postgraduate programs to specialize in: - Financial Markets - Quantitative Finance - Innovation and Strategic Management - Innovation and Entrepreneurship (in partnership with Politecnico di Milano) - Creativity and Marketing - Political Economy (in partnership with Georgetown University) - Digital Transformation and Business Analytics #PlugIntoYourFuture
Three Themes of Innovation in Financial Technology
Current innovations in financial technology center around reaching markets not served by traditional financial services, the rise of more advanced payments personalisation, and how the arrival of mobile phones to the masses has ushered in complete financial mobility. Watch the full video for complete insights.
Stanford Webinar - Fintech Revolution: How Disruptive Innovation is Transforming Financial Services
In the last two years, the percentage of investment in fintech has grown 5X, making it one of the hottest sectors for venture investing. Advancements in technology have changed the way consumers—especially millennials—bank online and demand an engaging, digital user experience. Join Bruce Wallace and Reetika Grewal of Silicon Valley Bank to discuss how these advancements are “unbundling banks” and forcing fintech companies to meet individual consumer and small business needs directly. From initial engagement to onboarding, their best practices for online user experience make it easier and less expensive to start a new venture and compete in today’s marketplace. Learn how to: •How the VC landscape in Silicon Valley sets industry standards •Innovative models for customer experience, delivery and service •New approaches to bringing new products to market Presented by the Stanford Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate Program (http://create.stanford.edu)
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Financial Markets Course   Yale University   lesson 5 2   Salon   Innovation
Financial Markets Course Yale University lesson 5 2 Salon Innovation
Financial Innovation: Staying Ahead of the Market
Taking the lead from other industries, the banking industry is closing the gap between its institutions and the customer, impacting financial business around the world. Enabled by technology, the new mobile-first paradigm is driven by customer behavior, and is increasing disruption in financial entities, propelling change. The largest foreign financial startups are impacting business all over the globe, and challenging traditional banking institutions to step up to today’s customer expectations. This interactive session addresses a changing paradigm: banking anytime, anywhere, as the new reality, lending some banking systems a competitive edge. Moderator: Patrick Young, Executive Director, DV Advisors Participants: Jiang Jianqing, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Executive Director, ICBC Rupert Keeley, Senior Vice-President and GM, PayPal Europe, Middle East and Africa Andrei Lukianov, Head of Centre of Excellence, Strategic Industries, SAP Victor Orlovsky, Senior Vice-President - Digital, Sberbank Alexander Pogudin, Member of the Board of Directors, CFT (Center of Financial Technologies) Experts: Dmitry Aksenov, Chief Executive Officer, FinGenius Nailya Zamashkina, Commercial Director, MOBI.money http://www.forinnovations.org/forum/program/96/
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Blockchain and Financial Market Innovation
Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, blockchain. These may be terms you hear and read about but don't fully understand. Rebecca Lewis explains the fundamentals of blockchain--the technology behind bitcoin. Read some of her recent research on the topic: https://www.chicagofed.org/publications/economic-perspectives/2017/7
How do we scale up sustainable finance innovation?
The Mission Finance video series looks at the levers of change that can help to mainstream climate in financial markets and foster bankable green assets. In this video we ask Andrew McDowell, Vice-President of the European Investment Bank, how we can scale up sustainable finance innovations. For more information visit http://www.climate-kic.org/missionfinance
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Visualizing Capital Markets - Google Glass, Technology Innovation & Financial Services  | Numerix
http://blog.numerix.com | Will wearable technology like Google Glass change the way capital markets participants visualize and engage in the markets? David Easthope of Celent joins Numerix CMO Jim Jockle to discuss Google Glass, Technology Innovation and Financial Services in this Numerix video blog.
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How has innovation and tech affected the financial market since the financial crisis?
CME Clearing Europe’s CEO, Tina Hasenpusch discussed the affect innovation and technology has had on the financial markets since the financial crisis at November’s Business Innovation Summit. The Business Innovation Summit, hosted by KPMG and HSBC brought together industry leaders from across the globe to discuss how innovation can best be used to generate superior value to businesses and their customers.
Views: 273 KPMGUK
Innovation in the financial industry – Big data
From AI, blockchain, big data to identity, our new innovation series examines the forces that are disrupting the role, structure and competitive environment for financial institutions and the markets and societies in which they operate.
Views: 167 PlanetSWIFT
Distributed Ledger - Synchronising finance, unleashing innovation
A discussion with Blythe Masters of Digital Asset and Cliff Richards of ASX mediated by Belinda Conrad, non-executive director, ASX. They are talking about how distributed ledger technology (DLT) will transform financial markets by synchronsing finance and unleashing innovation.
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Innovation in the financial industry – Collaboration and disruption
From AI, Blockchain, big data to identity, our innovation series examines the forces that are disrupting the role, structure and competitive environment for financial institutions and the markets in which they operate. For more informations: https://www.swift.com/news-events/news/innovation-series_collaboration-and-disruption
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Innovation in Financial Technology
http://www.techgig.com/expert-speak/Innovation-in-Financial-Technology-138 Innovate or perish. That is the only way forward for enterprises. Innovation has become an essential ingredient for modern business and this is particularly true for the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance industry sectors. Banking has led the way in the past through online banking, ATMs, international money transfers and more recently mobile banking facilities. In this webinar, these points will be discussed: What to buy, build and outsource? How to Leverage technology within and outside the enterprise? How to Use architecture as a tool to ensure that IT delivers business outcomes? How to Leverage technology within and outside the enterprise? In response to fresh market demands and many other drivers, IT (Information and Communication Technologies) organisations in every other sector are continuing to innovate. In Financial Services, multi-channel support, legacy reuse and process automation, event detection and processing, end-to-end integration with low latency are the areas in which the IT organisations must focus their innovation efforts to successfully meet business demands. This webinar discusses the top-of-mind concerns shaping innovations in the IT operations of financial services organisations. It highlights the necessity of innovation for survival.
Views: 1388 TechGig
Innovation in the financial industry – Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)
From AI, Blockchain, big data to identity, our innovation series examines the forces that are disrupting the role, structure and competitive environment for financial institutions and the markets in which they operate.
Views: 649 PlanetSWIFT
The Age of Fintech Disruption, Competition and Innovation in Capital Markets | Numerix Video Blog
http://www.numerix.com/numerix-blog | In this video, financial markets expert Kevin McPartland explains why as he examines three key activities taking place in the space: the pursuit of the fast and digital movement of money through banking apps and cryptocurrencies; mergers of major markets makers in the electronic trading space; and the benefits that competition from fintech startups brings to the market.
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Andrew Palmer: The benefits of financial innovation | THINK 2015
Andrew Palmer, Business Affairs Editor at The Economist speaks at the firat IEA THINK conference on financial innovation. He argued that innovations in financial products have been the catalyst for stimulating much of the growth in human well-being, and discussed what new innovations – such as peer-to-peer lending – might mean for the future.
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London Summit 2015 - Innovative Finance: Solving SMEs’ Capital Access Dilemma (I)
Milken Institute London Summit 10/2015 Moderator Brian Knight, Associate Director, Center for Financial Markets, Milken Institute Speakers Thomas Davies, Chief Investment Officer, Seedrs Shalini Khemka, Founder and CEO, E2Exchange Lucy Vernall, Global General Counsel and Head of Compliance, Funding Circle Rob Young, Senior Vice President, International, OnDeck Growth in alternative financing for small- to medium-sized businesses is exploding globally as technology-driven platforms such as peer-to-peer lending and crowdfunding fill the void left by banks after the financial crisis. The 3 billion euro alternative-financing marketplace is expected to reach 7 billion euros this year, with the UK leading the way with about three-fourths of the market. These new lenders have dramatically enhanced access to capital for SMEs as banks, facing increased regulation and pressure to deleverage, withdraw from the marketplace. While these changes have led to some policies thought to encourage alternative lending, the increase in size has also led regulators across the world to look at alternative financing more closely. Will it continue to grow at today’s furious pace? To what extent are these tech-driven services driving SME growth? And how should policy effectively promote this marketplace without introducing new dangers for consumers?
Views: 1572 Milken Institute
Reclaiming Finance for the Common Good: Financial Innovation and Helping Society (2012)
Robert James "Bob" Shiller (born March 29, 1946 is an American economist, academic, and best-selling author. He currently serves as the Arthur M. Okun Professor of Economics at Yale University and is a fellow at the Yale School of Management's International Center for Finance. Shiller has been a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) since 1980, was Vice President of the American Economic Association in 2005, and President of the Eastern Economic Association for 2006-2007. He is also the co‑founder and chief economist of the investment management firm MacroMarkets LLC. Shiller is ranked among the 100 most influential economists of the world. Thomson Reuters named him a contender for the 2012 Nobel Prize in Economics "for pioneering contributions to financial market volatility and the dynamics of asset prices". Shiller received his B.A. from the University of Michigan in 1967, S.M. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1968, and his Ph.D. from MIT in 1972 with thesis entitled Rational expectations and the structure of interest rates under the supervision of Franco Modigliani. He has taught at Yale since 1982 and previously held faculty positions at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Minnesota, also giving frequent lectures at the London School of Economics. He has written on economic topics that range from behavioral finance to real estate to risk management, and has been co-organizer of NBER workshops on behavioral finance with Richard Thaler since 1991. His book Macro Markets won TIAA-CREF's first annual Paul A. Samuelson Award. He currently publishes a syndicated column. In 1981 Shiller published an article in the American Economic Review titled "Do stock prices move too much to be justified by subsequent changes in dividends?" in which he challenged the efficient market hypothesis, which was the dominant view in the economics profession at the time. Shiller argued that in a rational stock market, investors would base stock prices on the expected receipt of future dividends, discounted to a present value. He examined the performance of the U.S. stock market since the 1920s, and considered the kinds of expectations of future dividends and discount rates that could justify the wide range of variation experienced in the stock market. Shiller concluded that the volatility of the stock market was greater than could plausibly be explained by any rational view of the future. The behavioral finance school gained new credibility following the October 1987 stock market crash. Shiller's work included survey research that asked investors and stock traders what motivated them to make trades; the results further bolstered his hypothesis that these decisions are often driven by emotion instead of rational calculation. Much of this survey data has been gathered continuously since 1989, and is available at Yale's Investor Behavior Project. In 1991 he formed Case Shiller Weiss with economists Karl Case and Allan Weiss. The company produced a repeat-sales index using home sales prices data from across the nation, studying home pricing trends. The index was developed by Shiller and Case when Case was studying unsustainable house pricing booms in Boston and Shiller was studying the behavioral aspects of economic bubbles. The repeat-sales index developed by Case and Shiller was later acquired and further developed by Fiserv and Standard & Poor, creating the Case-Shiller index. His book Irrational Exuberance (2000) -- a New York Times bestseller -- warned that the stock market had become a bubble in March 2000 (the very height of the market top) which could lead to a sharp decline. On CNBC's "How to Profit from the Real Estate Boom" in 2005, he noted that housing price rises could not outstrip inflation in the long term because, except for land restricted sites, house prices would tend toward building costs plus normal economic profit. Co‑panelist David Lereah disagreed. In February, Lereah had put out his book Are You Missing the Real Estate Boom? signaling the market top for housing prices. While Shiller repeated his precise timing again for another market bubble, because the general level of nationwide residential real estate prices do not reveal themselves until after a lag of about one year, people did not believe Shiller had called another top until late 2006 and early 2007. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller
Views: 1894 The Film Archives
Andrew Lo - Financial Innovation
Why do investors make stupid mistakes? Why do individuals consistently underperform the very funds they invest in? Are there strategies investors can follow to avoid self-destructive behavior? Those are some of the weighty questions Financial Thought Leader Andrew Lo is trying to answer from two vantage points, one as a professor of Finance at MIT and Director of its Laboratory for Financial Engineering, the other as strategist and fund manager at his firm AlphaSimplex Group. This week's conversation will start with his most recent research project at MIT, titled "Artificial Stupidity"!  WEALTHTRACK #1045. Broadcast on May 02, 2014
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Refinitiv Know Your Customer (KYC) innovation video
Our cutting-edge Know Your Customer (KYC) solutions keep you a step ahead. Harnessing the power of advanced data science and technology, we enable the financial industry to make confident decisions to more effectively fight financial crime. To learn more about KYC visit: www.refinitiv.com Refinitiv, formerly the Financial & Risk business of Thomson Reuters, is one of the world’s largest providers of financial markets data and infrastructure. Serving more than 40,000 institutions in over 190 countries, we provide information, insights, and technology that drive innovation and performance in global markets. Join our social media communities: https://linkedin.com/company/refinitiv https://twitter.com/refinitiv
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Australian Financial Review Innovation Summit
Dow spoke to business and industry stakeholders to cast a vision for Australia’s next trillion-dollar market and what businesses must do to be part of these growing industries at the Australian Financial Review Innovation Summit held in Sydney this summer. Dr. Yao Weiguang, Dow Asia Pacific Chief Technology Officer, explored the opportunities arising from the increasingly interconnected nature of science and technology, which is driving innovation in areas such as the digitizing of telecommunications, new medical tools and the growing autonomous vehicle industry.
Financial Innovation: A Risky Business?
On September 7, 2012 the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics at Columbia Business School filmed "Financial Innovation: A Risky Business?" The event brought together individuals with a breadth of experiences and viewpoints to explore questions around the promise and risks of innovation in financial services and the potential of financial innovations to advance the public good and goals. This project was completed in conjunction with the Fred Friendly Seminars. The speakers included David Abrams, Caroline Baum, Ed Conard, Wilson Ervin, Representative Barney Frank, Gary Gensler, Linda Gibbs, Robert Solow, Alicia Glen, Bruce Greenwald, Blythe Masters, Andrew Ross Sorkin, and Peter Stringham Moderated by Professor Robert Jackson of Columbia Law School. For more detail, visit: http://ow.ly/g6oog or http://ow.ly/g6owZ This discussion is part of the Individual, Business, and Society curriculum that uses a series of discussions to foster a community dialogue on tradeoffs, choices, and accountability related to values-based leadership, corporate governance, and corporate social responsibility. To learn more, please visit http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/leadership/finnovation
DATA & ANALYTICS: Analyzing 25 billion stock market events in an hour with NoOps on GCP
Recorded on Mar 23 2016 at GCP NEXT 2016 in San Francisco. Watch how FIS & Google are working to build a next-generation stock market reconstruction system that aims to bring transparency to the US financial markets and drive innovation across financial services. In this video we dive into the proposed system architecture and show how products like Cloud Bigtable, Cloud Dataflow and BigQuery enable this process. As part of the exercise, we ran a load test to process, validate, and link 25 billion US equities and options market events in 50 minutes, generating some impressive statistics in the process. Speakers: Neil Palmer and Todd Ricker from FIS and Carter Page from Google.
Views: 20255 Google Cloud Platform
Innovation in Consumer Financial Products | What We Do | J.P. Morgan
Ashley's Lending Innovation team is working to develop the products consumers really want and manage the projects to deliver them to market. As part of the Chase Associate Program, she rotates through three jobs at JPMorgan Chase to broaden her skillset and learn about different lines of business. SUBSCRIBE: http://jpm.com/x/i/NFPWfK0 About J.P. Morgan: J.P. Morgan is a leader in financial services, offering solutions to clients in more than 100 countries with one of the most comprehensive global product platforms available. We have been helping our clients to do business and manage their wealth for more than 200 years. Our business has been built upon our core principle of putting our clients' interests first. Connect with J.P. Morgan Online: Visit the J.P. Morgan Website: https://www.jpmorgan.com/ Follow @jpmorgan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jpmorgan Visit our J.P. Morgan Facebook page: http://facebook.com/jpmorgan Follow J.P. Morgan on LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/j-p-morgan/ Follow @jpmorgan on Instagram: https://instagram.com/jpmorgan/ #jpmorgan #jpmorgancareers Innovation in Consumer Financial Products | What We Do | J.P. Morgan
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PwC on how talent affects innovation in financial services
Learn more at PwC.com - https://pwc.to/FSTopIssues To build innovation as a part of their culture, financial services firms need to look beyond their normal business models, says PwC's Dean Nicolacakis and Marie Carr. Nicolacakis, a partner in PwC’s Digital Banking and FinTech practice, and Carr, a partner in PwC's Global Growth Strategy practice, discuss the difficulties firms have with being innovative and how leaders in the field have focused on their people strategy to achieve innovation. Sign up to receive future content about the top issues shaping the US financial services industry (http://bit.ly/FSIsubscribe), and join the conversation on Twitter (https://twitter.com/PwC_FinServ).
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Good Derivatives: A Story of Financial and Environmental Innovation
Richard Sandor and M. Todd Henderson discuss Sandor's new book, "Good Derivatives: A Story of Financial and Environmental Innovation." Sandor gives insight into markets' roles in environmental and public policy. Sandor is CEO of Environmental Financial Products, LLC and Lecturer in Law and Economics at the University of Chicago Law School. Henderson is Professor of Law at the Law School. This event was sponsored by the Law School and Chicago Booth School of Business. April 17, 2012 ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGOytSubscribe About #UChicago: A destination for inquiry, research, and education, the University of Chicago empowers scholars to challenge conventional thinking. Our diverse community of creative thinkers celebrates ideas, and is celebrated for them. #UChicago on the Web: Home: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-home News: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-news Facebook: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-FB Twitter: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-TW Instagram: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-IG University of Chicago on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/uchicago *** ACCESSIBILITY: If you experience any technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please email [email protected]
Episode 4 - FinTechs: driving innovation in the banking industry
FinTechs and financial institutions are becoming friends. IBM experts discuss how FinTechs are helping banks navigate today's two-speed economy. Subscribe to the IBM Banking YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=IBMBanking Learn More about IBM: https://www.ibm.com/banking https://console.bluemix.net/developer/finance/dashboard https://www.linkedin.com/groups/1946782 https://twitter.com/IBMFinTech Connect with the IBMers featured in this video: ►Sarah Diamond - Global MD, Banking & Financial Markets https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarah-diamond-044a99 ►Likhit Wagle - Global Industry GM, Banking & Financial Markets https://uk.linkedin.com/in/likhit-wagle-8a3a2416 ►Ian Hurst - Global MD, Banking & Financial Markets https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-hurst-ba143084
Views: 364 IBM FinTech
Open Data: A source for Disruption and Innovation in Financial Services
Gavin is an industry expert and leader in Open Banking, he is also a serial entrepreneur and has founded several successful FinTech companies. In this video he discusses how open data and the new regulations in open banking are bringing customer centric thinking in retail banking. He also brings to fore the disruptions open banking is unleashing and how the financial services ecosystem is set to transform in the years to come. Speaker: Gavin Littlejohn, Chairman, FDATA –– http://www.thoughtworks.com/
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Galvanizing Global Growth: Lessons from Milken Institute Financial Innovations Labs
Meeting the goals of global development, from improved health care to increased access to capital, requires a combination of aid and investment. Yet in frontier markets, public-sector funding has been limited and not entirely effective, while the private sector has been hesitant to engage. To overcome these constraints and attract a wider spectrum of investors, innovative models have been developed that build ties with foundations, governments, large financial institutions and corporations. From public-private investment funds to credit enhancements and donor-driven pull mechanisms, these new approaches can help to bridge funding gaps and strengthen local markets. The panel will present investment-led strategies that generate both social and financial returns while stabilizing the communities where investors have assets at work.
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Impact of FinTech and Blockchain on the financial markets and institutions
In this seminar, three leading FinTech experts will discuss their views of the impact of FinTech and particularly the potentially disruptive role of Blockchain, on financial markets and institutions. Paul Schulte, Founder and CEO of Schulte Research International, author of “The Next Revolution in our Credit-Driven Economy: The Advent of Financial Technology”; Alex Medana, CEO WIP Solutions and William Ross, Partner, NEST.vc, will share their insights in a panel discussion moderated by Prof. Veronique Lafon-Vinais, MSGF Project Director and Associate Professor of Business Education, HKUST. Moderator: Prof. Veronique Lafon-Vinais Panelist: Paul Schulte, CEO and Founder, Schulte Research Alex Medana, CEO, WIP Solutions Will Ross, Partner, NEST.vc
Finance Innovation Governance Research Team: Lamya Kermiche
The objective of our research group is to study several aspects related to firm management, financial markets, innovation, financing and valuing innovative firms, governance style in innovative firms…
LGO MARKETS - Building the Next Generation of Financial Markets
LGO Markets offers a compliant, non custodial, secure and transparent trading platform for digital assets made for institutional investors. While trading on LGO, clients control their funds which are held with banks and custodians, and all trades are cleared through third party clearing firms. Using blockchain technology, the platform guarantees the full transparency of the trades and the order book. onboard today, send an email to [email protected]
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Accelerating innovation in banking - Chapter 1: Pace of change in financial services
The financial services industry is undergoing fundamental change, driven by accelerated pace of change in technology and new challengers in the market. How can banks best implement new technology and a shift in culture, while dealing with legacy systems? Roundtable discussion hosted by TheBanker with representatives from the stakeholders in the banking ecosystem on their vision of innovation and the future of financial services. Participants: 1. Joy Macknight, The Banker - Moderator 2. Carlton Hopper, Executive Partner Industry Platforms, IBM 3. Anthony Woolley MD ITEC UK CIO for SGCIB 4. Paul Taylor, CEO Thought machine 5. Ann Boden, CEO Starling Bank 6. Francisco Lorca, Managing Director Startup Bootcamp FinTech London
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Disruptive FinTech: A Look at Markets in Five Years
Advances in information technology are profoundly impacting financial markets. The advent of Bitcoin is eroding the concept of physical currency, and innovations in payment systems and financial services threaten the status quo. At the same time, electronic and online platforms are decentralizing and democratizing investment opportunities and access to capital. Data science, too, increasingly challenges traditional strategies and approaches to risk assessment. We'll convene leading investors in financial technology to preview its likely disruptive impact over the next five years. How much of a threat does FinTech pose to traditional financial intermediaries? What are the most valuable benefits and salient risks that come with this innovation, and how would regulators respond? What are the key barriers to adoption, and how might they be overcome?
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Our Experts on Driving Financial Inclusion And Enabling Reverse Innovation In Growth Markets
Hear our experts: Kosta Peric, Deputy Director, Financial Services for the Poor, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Neal DeLaurentis, Vice President, Soros Economic Development Fund Mark Roberton, Head of Strategy and M&A, Personal and Corporate Barclays, Barclays JP Ramgaswami, Chief Scientist, Salesforce Sanjay Sachdev, Local Operating Partner, Apis Partners David Soloff, CEO & Founder, Premise Oliver Krantz, Local Operating Partner, Apis Partners Mbwana Alliy, Managing Director, Savannah VC William Keliehor, Local Operating Partner, Apis Partners
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