by: Grow VC Group

Join the Agentic Group Thursday, June 9th at Reed Smith Law Firm for an enlighting discussion of Fintech, Second Markets and Venture Finance Innovation in the US.

This event will unpack some of the winning strategies that are disrupting, enhancing and evolving the finance world and the technology ecosystem surrounding it.

Our panel will feature investors and visionaries in Finance and Blockchain Technology who are on the forefront of the movement, including:

The panel discuss, for example, the following topics:

  • Fintech for lending, investing and wealth management markets,
  • The role of secondary markets,
  • Blockchain to enable new finance solutions,
  • API ecosystem defines new digital finance business models,
  • Hybrid models to combine new and traditional finance instruments,
  • Special questions of export and global growth capital funding,
  • How traditional finance companies (banks, funds, hedge funds) can utilize and cooperate with fintech and blockchain.

This event helps to get up to date insight about digital finance and its opportunities.

You can register HERE.

 

Fintech event in New York


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