“FinTech and Cryptocurrency Online Course,” March 9-22, 2022

2021 1221 Webinar 07The Asian Bankers Association (ABA) would like to invite its members to join the FinTech and Cryptocurrency Online Course, of which ABA is a Supporting Partner, to be held on March 9-22, 2022.

Organized by Infocus International, a global provider of strategic information and professional services, the live online course will focus on the risks and opportunities for financial institutions during its seven sessions. The first two sessions cover FinTech that enable and disrupt existing banking practices by using the possibilities of technology. Participants will identify new challengers that disrupt the status quo.

By joining the course, participants will be able to: (1) identify areas where FinTech will revolutionise their banking and finance business; (2) learn from the sharing economy on which clients target to future revenue stream; (3) understand the attack on payment systems; (4) learn how big data is changing everything; (5) describe the goal of artificial intelligence and machine learning; (6) recognise the biggest competitor to the financial industry; (7) appreciate the changes required to the banking business model; (8) apply the ‘Buy Now Pay Later’ concept to their business; (9) understand blockchain, Distributed Ledger Technology, cryptocurrencies and the future of currency; (10) identify the risks and limitations of Distributed Ledger Technology; and (11) identify the threats cryptocurrencies posed to central banks.

For more information, interested parties may visit the event website at: https://www.infocusinternational.com/fintech-cryptocurrency , or contact Ms. Emilia Mok of Infocus International via phone: +65 6325 0210 or E-mail: emilia@infocusinternational.com .

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