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A short overview of the use of Blockchain by Asset Managers.
An introduction to fintech for asset managers
A short overview of the use of Smart Contracts by asset managers.
Highlights video from game-changing Citi initiative for Fintech innovators Citi's Tech for Integrity challenge (March 2017)
Clifford Chance partnered with Citi for the London launch of the global Citi Tech for Integrity Challenge (T4I), a landmark effort to encourage technology innovators from around the world to create cutting-edge solutions to promote integrity, accountability and transparency in the public sector and beyond. The event welcomed over 175 innovators from tech giants, start-ups, NGOs, advisory groups and the UK government to share ideas on how to increase transparency and efficiency through the global "open innovation" competition. We are excited to be working with Citi on this project, sharing our expertise with some of the brightest and best technology innovators from around the world alongside Facebook, IBM, Let's Talk Payments, Mastercard, Microsoft and PwC. You can find out more about our partnership, and the some highlights from launch event itself, in our short highlights video below.
Malcolm Sweeting, Senior Partner, reflects on the key themes discussed at Clifford Chance's annual event at the World Economic Forum in Davos, including the impact of technology on inequality and global labour markets.
Malcolm Sweeting, Senior Partner, reflects on the key themes discussed at the World Economic Forum. Malcolm considers President Xi Jinping's speech, and the prevailing mood in relation to the global economic outlook.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a trade agreement among twelve Pacific Rim countries, including Singapore, Australia, Japan, US and Vietnam.
The EU Securities Financing Transactions Regulation – SFTR – came into force on 12 January 2016, although many requirements are subject to transitional provisions.
Malcolm Sweeting, Senior Partner, reflects on key themes discussed at the World Economic Forum 2016 in Davos. Malcolm considers the views of business leaders on a number of topical issues including China, cyber security, oil prices and the year ahead.
Reflections on Davos 2016 – Key themes: Market Volatility and the Fourth Industrial Revolution (February 2016)
Malcolm Sweeting, Senior Partner, reflects on the key themes discussed at the World Economic Forum 2016 in Davos. Malcolm considers recent market volatility and the Fourth Industrial Revolution including what the future holds in light of a number of significant technological changes with the rise of artificial intelligence and cyber physical systems.