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Indian School of Business (ISB)

Leveraging Fintech

Feb 3—5, 2020
3 days
Hyderabad, India
INR 120000 ≈USD 1678
INR 40000 per day

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Description

The financial services industry, once considered most resistant to disruption, is being rapidly transformed by technological innovations. Incumbents, start-ups, markets and regulators are looking to use machine learning, big data, cloud computing, and cryptographic methods to stay ahead of changing business trends.

This progamme will enable you to understand the technology that is disrupting the traditional models of financial services, identify emerging trends in the FinTech space, and leverage those trends within your organisation to access or provide financial services.

KEY BENEFITS

  • Understanding the features transforming traditional finance
  • Necessary principles for creating successful FinTech businesses
  • Key challenges to overcome in customer acquisition and retention
  • Evaluating the role of technology and computational developments disrupting finance
  • Insights into maintaining overall profitability in these businesses
  • Identifying applications of emerging trends

Who should attend

Professionals with over 5 years of experience in the finance arm of organisation, across any industry that is adapting to new financial technologies.

Experts

Lil Mohan is an entrepreneur and an academic. As Adjunct Professor of Marketing, he covers several topics including Digital, Social Media, M-Commerce, Omni-Channel and Advertising. He brings to his teaching a variety of experiences from Amazon, Intel, Motorola, Sun Microsystems, and two successfu...
Sanjiv Das is the William and Janice Terry Professor of Finance at Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business. He previously held faculty appointments as Associate Professor at Harvard Business School and UC Berkeley. He holds post-graduate degrees in Finance (M.Phil and Ph.D. from New ...

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