FinTech innovators understand that banks, lenders, wealth managers and insurance companies are now in the business of information exchange management. These financial intermediaries are using customer and market condition data to improve the quality, speed and price at which value is delivered.
Data trading can have its dark side, as regulators work to keep pace with revolutionary disruption. Innovators who exchange and consume customer information to profit both their organisations and their clientele can make FinTech a force for good. This programme will consider how information is used by FinTech firms to build insights and influence consumer behaviour.
This programme will provide you with a broad view of FinTech and an understanding of the influence of technology on the ways data is used, misused, leveraged and shared by financial intermediaries.
- Asymmetric information
- Behavioural biases and nudge solutions
- The dark side of data
- Information and innovation
- Imperfect information and Big Data
- Trusting your counterparty.
At the end of this six-week programme, you will be able to:
- Articulate the changing roles in the finance industry
- Identify the problems of imperfect information, asymmetric information and behavioural biases
- Analyse various technologies used to address information problems.
This programme counts towards the Cambridge Judge Business School General Management Certificate of Achievement. On completing the GMCA you will be eligible to become an associate member of Cambridge Judge Business School’s global network of graduates and business-focused University of Cambridge alumni, faculty and staff.
Who should attend
This programme provides participants with a strategic overview of FinTech; an understanding of the impact of technological advancements such as big data, AI and blockchain; and a deeper knowledge of how technology can address information problems. Participants who will benefit most include:
- Mid- to senior-level banking and finance professionals
- CXOs of FinTech startups
- Trading strategists
- Compliance/regulatory professionals.
Faculty & speakers
Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance
MBA (IIM Bangalore), MSc, PhD (INSEAD)
Dates & fees
28 October 2021
Participants are expected to attend the whole programme.
If you have any questions or would like to have a chat about this programme and how it could benefit you or your organisation, please get in touch with the Open Programmes team:
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