Fintech School: Module 4 - Blockchain in Financial Services
Blockchain in Financial Services: Learn where and how blockchain and smart contracts can be applied in finance.
Upcoming start dates
26 October, 2023
26 October, 2023
- Virtual Classroom
This is module 4 of the Fintech School programme.
Blockchain for banking and financial services What banks are doing and what they should be doing about blockchain
As banks are wrestling to implement blockchain applications to improve back-end processes, they must not lose sight of the game-changing potential of the technology. But the change might be different than what doomsayers predict. Even if the technology’s final form has not yet materialized, management theory can be a powerful compass to predict where the market is going. This course covers the following questions:
- What are the key areas of finance affected by the blockchain and what can use cases teach us
- What blockchain-strategies are financial institutions pursuing
- How the blockchain can change business models in finance and open new revenue channels
- Which challengers are most likely to use blockchain technology to cut into banks’ profit pools and how to counter it
- What are regulators, lawmakers, and central bankers up to
Session 1: Blockchain in banking part I: banking use cases and case studies
Session 2: Blockchain in banking part II: digital currencies, regulation, and the law
Session 3: Blockchain in banking part III: digital currencies in practice
Session 4: Blockchain in banking part IV: central banks, regulators, and the law
Session 5: The future of blockchain
Course fee: £1695 + VAT
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At Euromoney Learning, we understand that learning doesn’t start and end when you leave the classroom. We know that the financial markets never stand still, and that technology has both simplified and added complexity at a break-neck pace. That’s why...