FinTech: Law and Disruption
Tuesday, October 6, 2015, New York Law School, Events Center (second floor)
185 West Broadway, New York, NY 10013 (Corner of West Broadway and Leonard Street, near the Franklin Street subway station.) Free registration.
Technology is causing fundamental changes and increasing competition in the financial services industry. As new business models emerge and billions are invested in financial technology startups, regulators must confront unfamiliar territory and established institutions face the possibility of being disrupted.
Join speakers from the United States Treasury Department, MasterCard, Barclays, BBVA, Betterment, SWIFT, TransferWise, Ripple Labs, and Yodlee Interactive, and Kevin C. Taylor ’93, author of Bloomberg BNA’s FinTech Law: A Guide to Technology Law in the Financial Services Industry, and many others, at New York Law School’s conference on the future of financial services.
Topics to include:
mobile payments and digital banking
crowdfunding and peer-to-peer finance
blockchains and distributed ledgers
high-frequency trading and innovations in market infrastructure
automated financial advisors
regulatory challenges and software-driven compliance.
Registration is free and includes a complimentary continental breakfast, lunch, 4 CLE credits in Professional Practice (for transitional and non-transitional attorneys), and a post-conference networking reception.