Crowdfunding. Bitcoin. Machine learning

NHH Norwegian School of Economics and the Argentum Center for Private Equity are hosting the 2018 Bergen FinTech Conference.
NHH Norwegian School of Economics and the Argentum Center for Private Equity are hosting the 2018 Bergen FinTech Conference. Ill:Flickr
By Sigrid Folkestad

24 May 2018 15:06

Crowdfunding. Bitcoin. Machine learning

– The impact of informational technology is expected to radically restructure how finance is practiced, Walter Pohl says. On Friday 8 June NHH is hosting the 2018 Bergen FinTech Conference.

NHH Norwegian School of Economics and the Argentum Center for Private Equity are hosting the 2018 Bergen FinTech Conference. Participation is open to everyone.

FinTech is a shortcut for the use of digital technologies in Finance, ranging from web-based applications to digital processes as well as machine learning and big data analysis in financial intermediation and financial markets. Have a look at Fintech Initiative at the Department of Finance, NHH.

– FinTech has rapidly assumed center stage in the financial industry. The impact of informational technology is expected to radically restructure how finance is practiced. Coming to grips with these changes is an important challenge for financial economics, Walter Pohl says.

Pohl is Associate Professor at the Department of Finance, NHH.

 The purpose of this conference for researchers interested in FinTech to meet and share their research. Topics include crowdfunding, Bitcoin, machine learning, and other theoretical advances in FinTech.

 

Session I (09.00 - 10.30): Crowdfunding

Session II (11.00 - 12.30): Bitcoin

Session III (13.30 - 15.00): Theoretical advances in fintech

Session IV (15.30 - 16-15): Machine learning

 

All conference sessions will take place at Jebsen Center at NHH. Full program.

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Associate Professor Carsten Bienz, Department of Finance, Head of Argentum Centre for Private Equity

Assistant Professor Nataliya Gerasimova, Department of Finance

Associate Professor Walter Pohl, Department of Finance