Georgetown University Global Virtual Seminar Series on FinTech

Description

To promote continuity in research, the Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy @GUFinPolicy will be hosting a Global Virtual Seminar Series on FinTech via Zoom. Our plan is to involve researchers interested in FinTech in the US and around the world as both speakers and participants.

Please find additional details below:
Day: Fridays
Time: 12-1 pm EDT.
Format: 30 minutes for presentation and 30 minutes for questions from the audience. Depending on the number of participants, the questions will be asked live or via Zoom Chat.
Audience: Researchers from all over the world.

If you are interested in joining the seminar, please send an email to cfmp@georgetown.edu to be added to the Zoom mailing list.

Additional Information

Friday, March 27th at 12.00pm EDT: Manju Puri– “On the Rise of FinTechs – Credit Scoring Using Digital Footprints”
Friday, April 3rd at 12.00pm EDT: Maureen O’Hara– “Stable Fees: A predictable market for cryptocurrencies”
Friday, April 10th at 12:00pm EDT: David Yermack– “Cryptocurrency and Stablecoins during the COVID panic”
Friday, TBD at 12:00pm EDT: Antoinette Schoar
Friday, TBD at 12:00pm EDT: Luigi Zingales- "Kill Zone"

The list of speakers will be updated on this website: https://finpolicy.georgetown.edu/news/global-virtual-seminar-series-on-fintech/