Financial Innovation

Cryptocurrencies: US Regulators Rush To First Major Cryptocurrency Rules

WASHINGTON: After largely standing on the sidelines for years as cryptocurrency has shifted from a digital curiosity to a volatile but widely adopted innovation, federal regulators are rushing to address potential risks for consumers and financial markets. Their concerns only grew as new and established businesses rushed to find ways …

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Big Tech Should Pay To Damage Mental Health

A the Wall Street newspaper investigation Newly uncovered internal research shows that Instagram is harmful to the mental health of around one-third of teenage girls, with black girls being the hardest hit. This is a serious threat to the health of our youth and Congress and the Biden administration must …

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Staff Updates – Community

Human ressources Published on September 24, 2021 | through university communications Please note our recent updates. Mehak Arora is a new graduate assistant for community engagement and innovation at the university campus. Krista barnett is a new student financial advisor for student financial services working remotely. Rachel Bean is now …

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President Biden appoints famous Wall Street critic Saule Omarova as next controller of the currency,

Omarova willow, a Cornell law professor, has been appointed to become the next Comptroller of the Currency – the head of the Comptroller of the Currency’s office, the office that regulates the country’s federal banks. The selection had been the subject of many rumors before the news. Omarova is Director …

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Ansira announces The Channel Effect, an event focused on innovation and the future of distribution marketing

“Channel partner marketing is evolving rapidly and brands with distributed sales are looking to the future to ensure they innovate and strengthen their partner ecosystem,” said Andy Arnold, executive vice president of Ansira Channel. “It is evident, thanks to the enthusiastic response to The Channel Effect from hundreds of channel …

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Kyriba Open API Platform accelerates the next generation of fintech innovation

Kyriba launched the Open API Platform to enable composable technology solutions for CFOs, CIOs and treasurers, and accelerate the next generation of financial innovation. Kyriba’s Open API platform streamlines the creation and connectivity of new applications for the company’s trusted network, which connects 1,000 banks, manages over one million bank …

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Voltalia improves its non-financial performance and ranks, for the third consecutive year, among the top ten producers of renewable energy in the global Sustainalytics index

Voltalia (Euronext Paris ISIN code: FR0011995588), an international player in renewable energies energies, announces its extra-financial rating by Sustainalytics, one of the world’s leading ESG rating agencies. Voltalia’s ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) risk management has been assessed by the rating agency Sustainalytics. The summary of the assessment report underlines that …

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Latest coronavirus: Victoria involved in protests as Covid-19 cases rise

The Australian state of Victoria must fully immunize at least 90% of its population if it is to avoid re-entering containment, researchers at the University of Melbourne said on Tuesday. As part of the government’s national roadmap, the country will reopen once 80% of its population over 16 is fully …

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Sarah C. Latham named Executive Vice President of Brown for Finance and Administration

PROVIDENCE, RI [Brown University] – Sarah C. Latham, an accomplished executive in higher education administration who currently serves as Vice Chancellor of Business and Administrative Services at the University of California, Santa Cruz, has been named the next Executive Vice President of Finance and Administration at Brown University. Since joining …

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Wall Street embraces Los Angeles businesses turning the financial system upside down

Sean Salas, Managing Director of Camino Financial Local FinTech companies are making payments and transacting financial transactions at lightning speed. They are turning credit score models upside down and loaning money to small business owners from underrepresented backgrounds. But Wall Street and the traditional big money houses don’t look suspicious. …

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