, MSCF is going Virtual!
, MSCF is going Virtual!
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MSCF is going virtual! Please join us for our inaugural MSCF Virtual Fireside Chat Series: The Future of Blockchain in Finance on Wednesday, February 20 from 6:00-7:00pm EST. The chat will be lead by MSCF '05 alumna, Liliana Reasor and moderated by Associate Professor of Economics, Dr. Ariel Zetlin-Jones. During the virtual chat, you will have the opportunity to engage with the speakers and your fellow alumni attendees. Please also note that this session will be recorded. RSVP today to join us.

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Liliana Reasor is a FinTech/Blockchain entrepreneur, venture capitalist and ex-investment banker with 20+ years of experience in the FinTech and investment banking industry. She is the founder and CEO of SupraFin, the first global asset management platform (robo-advisor) for cryptocurrencies for the benefit of the masses (www.suprafin.io). She is heavily involved in the FinTech/Blockchain startup ecosystem in the UK and is considered a FinTech/Blockchain thought leader. She is a regular FinTech/Blockchain speaker, panellist, investment judge and working group member at top global FinTech/Blockchain and finance events. She was selected as one of the Top 100 Global FinTech Women Influencers and Leaders in 2015, 2016 and 2017 by Innovate Finance and was part of the first Women Leaders in Blockchain issue of The Introducer in Jan 2019. Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, she worked in FinTech (portfolio & risk analytics) and investment banking (M&A, trading, capital markets, and corporate lending, tech investment analysis) at JP Morgan, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, and Moody’s Analytics in the US and UK. Liliana has a M.S. in Computational Finance from Carnegie Mellon and an MBA from UCLA Anderson. 

Dr. Ariel Zetlin-Jones is an Associate Professor of Economics at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University and a Monetary Advisor at the crypto-currency startup, Sweetbridge. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota in 2012 and Bachelor of Arts from Williams College in 2004. His research focuses on developing a better understanding of the workings of financial markets with implications for the design of optimal financial regulations. His research has been published in the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political Economy, and the Journal of Monetary Economics. In recent, ongoing research, he is examining the design of stable-price, partially-backed cryptocurrencies.
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