If history is any guide, financial technologies will bolster the recovery. But how? What digital opportunities for investment might be emerging to solve today’s problems that were not in focus before? What will fintech address coming out of the pandemic disruptions?
The word “FinTech” was coined in the early 1990s to define technologies that went into building the back-office of banking and finance operations. However, it wasn’t until the 2008 financial crash that the word “FinTech” picked up momentum outside the finance world as VC firms investing heavily in FinTech startups that would serve as an alternative to the failed financial system.
We take up this question from multiple perspectives. Our speakers will provide views from consumer behavior, business strategy, venture capital and blockchain investing. They will present and discuss implications for fintech investing from this unprecedented social and economic reset.
The FinTech Advisory Council of CFA Society Los Angeles fosters opportunities for learning, idea sharing, and networking among our membership and the FinTech community. Our members are distinguished practitioners with comprehensive expertise in every corner of finance. We want to share our collective knowledge and practice experience and connect with similarly curious and passionate members of the FinTech community.
|4:30 pm - 5:30 pm: Virtual Panel Discussion|
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm: Virtual Meeting/Networking