Swedish House of Finance FinTech Conference, August 22-23, 2017

Welcome to our yearly conference, this year focused around FinTech

This two-day conference brings together representatives from the finance industry, regulators, and leading academic scholars. The first conference day, at IVA Conference center, will feature key-note presentations and panel discussions, aimed primarily towards a non-academic audience.  The second conference day, at Swedish House of Finance, is built around presentations of research papers with comments by invited discussants..

There is no conference fee. Participation is limited and we suggest that you send an answer to no later than August 10.
Please include your name, company, affiliation, if you come one or both days and if you stay for lunch and if you have any food restrictions.

FinTech, the catch-all label for technology-based innovation in finance, promises to simplify and streamline the financial services industry, and even to disrupt or redefine it. While providing ample opportunities, FinTech also raises significant privacy, regulatory and law-enforcement issues that need to be addressed.

The Swedish House of Finance FinTech Conference brings together the leading minds of academia and business to discuss blockchain and digital currencies, crowdfunding and P2P lending, FinTech challenges in asset management and more. Please join our conversation about these important topics in August!

Keynote speakers:
Campbell Harvey, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
Sanjiv Das, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University
Philip Treleaven, University College London
Yazid M. Sharaiha, Norges Bank Investment Management

The conference is organized by:
Ingrid M. Werner, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University and
Björn Hagströmer, Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University

Funded by Torsten Söderberg Foundation. Read the program


START TIME: Tue, 22 August 2017 8:30 am

END TIME: Wed, 23 August 2017 4:30 pm

LOCATION: IVA Conference Center, Grev Turegatan 16 and Swedish House of Finance, Drottninggatan 98, Stockholm