NYU Stern School of Business, known for its academic strength in finance and data science, offers the number one undergraduate and MBA Fintech programs, preparing students for future jobs in Fintech, and produces the most widely recognized research on Fintech, shaping global understanding of the impact of Fintech on economic policy and on the financial services industry.
This year's conference focuses on Fintech 2.0. As Fintech evolves, what are the freshest commercial use cases for machine learning in Fintech? What are the most important academic insights into cryptocurrencies? What are the limits of algorithmic automation and fairness? Come hear the top Fintech academics, the leading Fintech investors, the most innovative Fintech startups, and the most forward-looking Financial institutions address these topics and more.
This conference is ideal for: Academics, students, startups, corporates, investors, policymakers, and regulators. We look forward to having you join us.
Matt Harris is a Managing Director at Bain Capital Ventures who focuses on investments in financial technology and services. He started his investing career at Bain Capital private equity in 1995, having worked previously at Bain & Company, and is an alumnus of Williams College.
Adrienne Harris is the Chief Business Development Officer and General Counsel of States Title, Inc., an insur-tech start-up. Before joining States Title, Adrienne was Special Assistant to President Obama for Economic Policy at the National Economic Council in the Obama White House.
Data Science Disruption in FinTech
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