Fintech: Innovation, Inclusion, & Risks Conference 2023
Building communication channels among regulators, industry, and academia is critical to developing a safe, fair, efficient, and transparent digital financial system. To contribute to this conversation, this conference brings together top experts and leaders from policymakers and regulators, to industry participants, and academics. The goal of the conference is to provide a venue for a productive dialogue among participant groups to discuss concerns and experiences from equal ground and share knowledge on the current state and potential of Fintech.
Our overarching theme this year is to gain a better understanding of how fintech will be integrated into our existing financial infrastructure, as well as the role of banks, stablecoins, and payments. We seek to understand the optimal amount of decentralization versus centralization, and we will also explore how these new technologies can enhance financial inclusion globally.
Financial support for the conference from CAFIN Advisory Board Chair Stephen Bruce and the UC Santa Cruz Foundation Board of Trustees is gratefully acknowledged.
Virtual participation only at this time.
Registration closes Friday, Feb. 17.
Friday, February 24 at 9:00am to 5:00pm