Breaking Down FinTech
Apr
3
5:15 PM17:15

Breaking Down FinTech

This workshop will be led by Professor Sanjeev "Michael" Masih, who is a Vice President at American Express and previously worked as a VP at JPMorgan Chase. As a Fordham alum, he continuously gives back to Fordham as an adjunct instructor and in numerous advisory roles. Prior to JPMorgan Chase, he was a risk management consultant for Accenture. Professor Masih received his BS in Finance from Fordham and a master's degree in liberal arts from Harvard University. 

He is the professor for the Intro to FinTech course and will be touching on what fintech is, why it is so important and how it is useful in your academics and future career.

We strongly encourage students who are interested in pursuing any science or business-related careers to attend!

See you there!

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Women in FinTech
Mar
13
5:00 PM17:00

Women in FinTech

To celebrate Women’s History Month this March, the Fordham FinTech Network, in partnership with ConsenSys, Blockchain for Social Impact Coalition and Fundera, present our first annual Women in FinTech Conference. See a list of the three keynote speakers and list of panel speakers. 

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A.I. & Big Data Conference
Feb
27
5:00 PM17:00

A.I. & Big Data Conference

  • Fordham University Lincoln Center (map)
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The Fordham University FinTech Club welcomes you to join us on Feb. 27, 2018. As technology constantly evolves in the world, the Fordham FinTech clubs hopes to connect leading professionals with motivated students to engage in conversations pertaining to applications of technology, potential career paths, and other ideas for technological innovation. For the first event of the spring, the Fordham FinTech club is hosting a conference on artificial intelligence and the important role that big data can play. 

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Feb
23
9:00 AM09:00

Blockchain in Capital Markets and Accounting

On February 23rd 2017 Fordham Fintech Network is bringing together the leaders of the blockchain world and the leaders of professional services. Each of the Big 4 Professional services firms have their own blockchain or distributed ledger teams to service their clients and to better develop the technology within their firm. The Big 4 firms have become a connecting piece between the blockchain companies to the banks or firms that want to implement the technology. Accenture also has a blockchain team with heavy research on its practicalities and connects blockchain firms to their clients. ConsenSys is the leading blockchain developing and consulting firm that builds decentralized applications on the Ethereum Blockchain, while consulting with enterprises to construct blockchain systems to meet their specific needs.

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