Nearly 100 senior executives, thought leaders and game changers explored how financial systems and services should be evolved to best serve the people of Europe in the 21st century and turbulent times.
The topics of this quite enriching evening
“The radical potential of FinTech”
Professor Andrei Kirilenko, Director of the Centre for Global Finance and Technology, Imperial College London
As developments such as Blockchain open the possibility to making one connected view of transactions and value in real time possible, how will your organisation take advantage? Knowing how to apply relevant technologies without wasting resources and a chance to gain competitive edge make this event one you cannot afford to miss.
“RegTech – the Big Promise”
Professor Hackethal, Goethe University & Matthias Memminger, Bain & Company
A look at RegTech and how it could ease transparency, efficiency and effectiveness in reporting. The huge increase in volume and types of data that have to be reported to regulatory authorities alongside the current high level of fines make the insights from this session invaluable.
“Exploring a post-Brexit future for Britain and Europe”
Professor Franklin Allen, Director of the Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis, Imperial College London
As one of Europe’s most important markets, will Britain remain a key centre for trade and innovation? Will it benefit as a result of a different regulatory system? Or will it diminish and be forced to solidify inter-continental trade agreements instead?
Professor Allen explored this critical finance subject in a great key note.
This event was brought to you by Imperial College Business School in partnership with Goethe Business School and TechQuartier.