Oxford Fintech Programme
19 Jan 2022
Registration closes 25 Jan
7-10 hours per week, online, collaborative learning
The fintech community of Israel is invited to register for the Oxford Fintech Programme, presented by Saïd Business School, University of Oxford in collaboration with Esme Learning. The upcoming presentation of the programme starts October 13, 2021 and new presentations are available each quarter. As a part of this offer, learners will receive 10% off the programme.
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About the Oxford Fintech Programme
The financial services industry has been radically disrupted by technology, government policies and a global pandemic—leading to massive layoffs, career uncertainties and acceleration of digital transformation. To succeed in this rapidly changing environment, understanding and mastering the technologies driving fintech is essential.
MODULE 1 - The Context
Over six modules, the curriculum enables you to understand and master the technologies that are driving fintech, from the basics to advanced and adjacent topics.
MODULE 2 - Policy and Regulation
Views from policymakers and regulators: understand how new regulation is being created or adapted to support the growth of fintech innovation ecosystems.
MODULE 3 - Incumbents
Views from incumbents: appreciate the complex challenges traditional financial institutions face as they transform into nimble, digitally-enabled operations.
MODULE 4 - Entrepreneurs Part I
Views from entrepreneurs: garner insights into startup successes and their challenges in a highly competitive, fast-moving industry.
MODULE 5 - Entrepreneurs Part II
Continuing our exploration of fintech from an entrepreneur’s view, we investigate peer-to-peer (P2P) lending; digital identity; AI in finance and more.
MODULE 6 - Investors, Academia and the Future
Views from investors and academia: acquire perspective from VCs around investment trends; VC filters and techniques.
Is This Programme Right for You?
You will benefit from the programme if you:
Nir Vulkan is the leading authority on fintech (especially equity crowdfunding and regulation), algorithmic trading, AI in finance and market design. At Saïd Business School, he has developed and taught core electives for the Oxford MBA and Executive MBA. Since its launch, Nir has been integral to the Oxford online programmes portfolio, leading programmes on finance and disruptive technology. He is also a Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford, and an academic member of the Oxford Man Institute of Quantitative Finance.
Pinar Ozcan specialises in entrepreneurship and strategy in technology markets. Her current research includes the open banking project, where she examines the industry disruption in banking through regulation and entry of fintechs, and the development of the sharing economy. In 2018, Pinar received the Strategic Management Society Research in Organisations Award for her work on the disruption in the banking sector in partnership with Swift Institute. She was recently selected for the global Thinkers 50 list for emerging thinkers with the potential to make lasting contributions to management theory and practice. Finally, in 2019, she was chosen as a British Academy Mid-Career Fellow for her work on the disruption of banking in Europe and the UK.
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Finance and Private Sector Development for the Development Research Group,
The World Bank
Vice President: Innovation and Emerging Technology,
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