Fintech: Innovation, Inclusion, and Risks Conference 2022

Fintech: Innovation, Inclusion, and Risks Conference 2022

 

 

Welcome to the second installment of the Fintech: Innovation, Inclusion, and Risks Conference.

This year, the first installment was virtual with a shorter program than in the past. The second installment is to ensure the opportunity to network in person among fintech experts and stimulate a rich discussion in regard to the most important issues within fintech.

May 13

REGISTER FOR EVENT!

  • When: Friday, May 13, 2022
  • Time: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. PST
  • Location: 160 Spear Street, San Francisco, CA
  • Join Virtual Event: ZOOM
    • Password: 414875

Agenda

The agenda is subject to change.

Welcome, Opening Remarks

Nirvikar Singh (University of California, Santa Cruz)

Morgan McKenney (Provenance Blockchain Foundation)

Christine Parlour (University of California, Berkeley)

Half-hour breaktime

Moderator:

  • Bob Chakravorti

Speakers:

  • Tom Cunningham (Federal Reserve Bank of SF)
  • Leonardo Gambacorta (Bank for Intl Settlements)
    Big techs, QR code payments and financial inclusion

                                  

Moderator:

  • Elena Asparouhova (Utah State)

Speaker:

  • Sanjiv Das (Santa Clara University)

Hour lunch break

Moderator:

  • Seoyoung Kim (Santa Clara University)

Speakers:

  • Xi Wu (UC, Berkeley)
    Accounting for Cryptocurrency Value
  • Matteo Benetton (UC Berkeley)
    Investor Beliefs and Cryptocurrency Prices

Moderator:

  • Leigh Jin (SF State)

Speakers:

  • Seoyoung Kim (Santa Clara University)     
    Defi
  • Yongzhi Xu (Enklu)    
    NFT
  • Nikhil Raghuveera (Celo)
    Defi
  • Yana Novikova (Ripple)
    NFT

Fifteen-minute breaktime

Moderator:

  • Todd Feldman (SF State)

Speakers:

  • Bob Chakravorti (Chakra Advisors)
  • Garrick Hileman (Blockchain.com)

Conference Closing

Conference ends

Partners

The FinTech Conference is co-hosted by The Center for Analytical Finance at the University of California Santa Cruz and the Lam-Larsen FinTech Initiative at the Lam Family College of Business.

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The Lam Family College of Business welcomes persons with disabilities and will provide reasonable accommodations upon request. If you would like reasonable accommodations for this event, please contact Todd Feldman at tfeldman@sfsu.edu as soon as possible so your request may be reviewed.