On March 8, 2023 we kick off the new AIF year with the challenging and inspiring Fintech – The Disruption of Finance by Technology program, taught by Professor of Finance Raghu Rau (Cambridge Judge Business School). In this 3-day Fintech program you will discover the impact of automation, AI, big data and blockchains on finance and you will learn how to profit.

“The program will show how fintech can be a force for good in using data to gain insights that benefit consumers and financial service providers.”

Raghu Rau, Professor of Finance Cambridge Judge Business School

Also interesting: Prof. Raghu Rau has started a lecture series on Fintech at Gresham University. Be inspired by his interesting inaugural lecture ‘Bypassing banks using Tech‘ of 3 October 2022. This one-hour lecture discusses the technological innovations that are responsible for the competition between centralized intermediaries and decentralized platforms: crypto, big data, and AI.

Watch here Prof. Rau’s lecture ‘Bypassing banks using Tech’.

Professor Raghavendra (Raghu) Rau is the Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance at the Cambridge Judge Business School. He is also a founder and director of the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF), as well as a member of the Cambridge Corporate Governance Network (CCGN).

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Prof. Raghu Rau teaches the program Fintech – The Disruption of Finance by Technology program at Amsterdam Institute of Finance. Learn more & reserve your place here.

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