NEW YORK— Columbia Business School’s 6th Annual Digital Finance Summit on June 8 and 9 will provide an opportunity to engage with and hear from over 70 experts in fintech, mobile payments, blockchain, investing, regulation, and startups.
Organized by the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI), the two-day summit will examine disruptive effects and implementation of mobile payments, digital financial services, and cryptocurrencies in emerging and developed markets.
Speakers will include:
- Steve Klebe, Google
- Sean Rodriguez, The Federal Reserve
- Douglas Pearce, The World Bank
- Hemant Baijal, MasterCard
- Mark Matthews, Walmart Pay
- Prashanth Mekala, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
- Brad Pragnell, Payments Canada
- Daniel Reiss, Central Bank of Brazil
- Nancy Selph, Deutsche Bank
Speaker topics will include:
- How banks are evolving to meet disruption
- Identity, biometrics, security, and privacy
- Mobile money, bitcoin, and digital finance
- How artificial intelligence is being used in banking, payments, and lending
For the full agenda, speakers list, and registration, please visit www.DFSsummit.com.
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