FintechU, an educational institution specializing in Fintech topics, offers together with BBVA Open Innovation a series of webinars to analyze the future of Fintech. This was reported on August 19th by the Grupo Mundo Executive Portal.
Therefore, the FintechU BBVA Latam Webinar Series is a program that will include speakers from countries such as Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Chile and Argentina.
“How is the Covid world changing the financial system? What is happening in the companies that lead this complex universe? In these days in particular, we have all asked ourselves: How will the switch from traditional banking to digital banking take place and what will banks do in a few years’ time? Would it be better for a computer to decide where to automatically invest? That sounds logical, as it processes a lot more information than a human being and can make better decisions, “says the article on the aforementioned portal.
“With so many questions, FintechU set itself the task of finding the perfect partner to offer attendees a series of conversations with useful information for the industry. That is why BBVA Open Innovation has added its experience of running a series of webinars,” they added later.
Alberto Ratia, Director of FintechU, stated:
“We want to be the world’s best educational organization for financial and technological issues (fintech), but we’re starting with Mexico and the Latin America region. For this reason we are interested in organizing webinars and seminars with the main actors of the ecosystem. These players are always looking to update their tools to provide better services such as the Mexican Stock Exchange, BBVA Open Innovation and the Latin American Fintech Alliance with the main aim of promoting the financial and trading involvement of the region ”.
The webinars are free. Below you can see the planned agenda
August 25: What will the bank of tomorrow look like?
September 29th: Digital currencies and central banks: friends or foes
October 27: Do robots invest better in the stock market than humans?
November 24th: Banking as a Service, Fintech as a Service … what’s next?
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