Future of Fintech III

Event Date: 21 September 2018

This one day event will present four academic peer reviewed papers on Fintech related subjects in the morning and four practitioner related subjects in the afternoon. It will explore technological innovation across the financial services sector with a particular emphasis on practical solutions.

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9.30 Introduction by the Chair

    Daniel Broby, Director Centre for Financial Regulation and Innovation, Strathclyde Business School

9.40 Welcome

    Prof Tim Bedford, Associate Principal, Strathclyde University

9.50 Keynote: Digital assets and regulation

    Prof Andrei Kirilenko, Imperial College

10.30 Paper: Demand and supply of crypto assets

    Prof Andrei Kirilenko, Imperial College


 11.00 Coffee


11.15 ‘FinTrust’ in Robo banking advice

    Dr Karen Elliott, Newcastle University

11.45 Distributed Marketplaces

    Prof Jullian Williams, Durham University

12.30 Machine learning and Finance

    Dr Russ Moro, Brunel university


1.00 Lunch and networking


14.00 Scotland’s competitive advantage in the Fintech ecosystem

    Stephen Ingledew , CEO, Fintech Scotland.

14:30 Company showcase

    Castlight Financial - Martin Leonard, COO
     Spotcap - Amy Roberts
     Previse - David Brown, COO

 16.00 Panel on Financial stability and crypto-currencies

    Chair: Dr Andrew Quinn, Dublin Business School

    Raakhi Odedra, Bank of England
    Dr. Katrin Tinn, Imperial College
    Dr Andrea Bracciali, Stirling University

16.45 Concluding remarks

    Daniel Broby, Director Centre for Financial Regulation and Innovation, Strathclyde Business School


17.00 Reception


 

Published: 13 June 2018



Contact details

 Undergraduate admissions
 +44 (0)141 548 4114
 sbs-adviser@strath.ac.uk 

 Postgraduate admissions
 +44(0)141 553 6118 / 6119
 sbs.admissions@strath.ac.uk

Address

Strathclyde Business School
University of Strathclyde
199 Cathedral Street
Glasgow
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