Regent's University London Web-Conference Blockchain, Crypto and CBDC 2021

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Wealth Management Webinars 2021 Blockchain, Crypto and CBDC -Impact on Monetary Policy Tuesday, April 20, 2021

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Blockchain, Crypto and CBDC - Impact on Monetary Policy

Tuesday, April 20th, 2021

5:30-7:30 pm BST (UK) / 12:30-2:30 pm EDT (Eastern Daylight Time UTC – 4 )

Online via MS-Teams or Zoom (TBC)

5:30 pm – Opening Remarks and Welcome: Vice Chancellor / Deputy Vice Chancellor TBC

5:35 pm – 6:20 pm Keynote Speeches on CBDC

Keynote Speech 1: Jim Cunha, Senior VP, Secure Payments and FinTech, Boston Federal Reserve.

Keynote Speech 2: Dr Thomas Moser, Alternate Member of the Governing Board, Swiss National Bank.

Keynote Speech 3: Professor Massimo Buonomo, Former UN Global Expert in blockchain, cryptocurrencies, CBDCs, Artificial Intelligence, Professor in Finance

6:20 pm - 6:40 pm: Presentations on Crypto and Blockchain

Nicola Marinelli Assistant Professor in Finance, Regent’s University London

Dr Jacob H Schmidt – BTC and blockchain for wealth management - applications and diversifier Assistant Professor in Finance, Regent’s University & Deputy Director of the Regent’s University London, Centre for Applied Finance & Banking

6:40 pm – 7:25 pm Panel Discussion & Q&A

With Jim Cunha, Thomas Moser, Massimo Buonomo, Nicola Marinelli, Jacob H Schmidt

Moderator: Dr Elias Boukrami, Director (Content), Regent’s University London

7:25 pm – 7:30 pm Closing Remarks by Pascal Senn, Student Union President, Regent’s University London

This event is an opportunity for academics, students and industry practitioners to discuss current trends in wealth management and global financial arena. Invited participants include academics from UK and international universities and leading financial services industry experts from global financial services firms and financial regulatory bodies. The debate will explore current issues of financial market and its effect on the UK and global economy, in particular “Blockchain, Crypto and CBDC- impact on monetary policy”.

The forum aims to discuss both theoretical and practical aspects of the technological disruptive mutations reshaping the world of currency and its global investment and economic policy implications. The panel discussion will enable students, academics and industry experts to debate a current issue from a different perspectives.

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