Hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
The conference was to further our understanding of the impact, implications, and direction of FinTech, by fostering discussion between academics, policy makers, and industry leaders. Topics covered included central bank digital currencies, cross-border payments, machine learning applications, marketplace lending and tokenization.
Opening Remarks, Day 1
Cross-Border Payments, Digital Currencies and Tokens
FinTech Market Design
Opening Remarks, Day 2
Using Big Data: International Evidence
Who Benefits from Robo-Advising?
Big Data and Machine Learning in Banking, Law and Economics
Date & Time
September 29 & October 1, 2020
This conference was held virtually
Elizabeth Caviness, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Michael J. Lee, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Antoine Martin, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Asani Sarkar, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Attendance is open to academics, policy makers and industry leaders.
This event was open to the media. All remarks and panels were on-the-record, unless otherwise noted.
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