James Rundle, WatersTechnology's editor, and Anthony Malakian, editor at large, record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.
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This week, Anthony and James talk about some of the themes and discussions at our flagship Waters USA conference, which was held in New York City on December 3.
Then, James sits down with Raymond Zenkich, president and chief operating officer of crypto insurer BlockRe, to talk about some of the challenges of offering insurance products in such a new and risky market.
2:00 James and Anthony revisit some of the themes from this week’s conference, including where fintech companies get it wrong while trying to attract bank funding.
4:00 One of the highlights was Cathy Bessant, global chief operations and technology officer at Bank of America, being interviewed on-stage by editor-in-chief Victor Anderson.
7:00 A new way of looking at artificial intelligence, beyond the hype cycle, was evident at the conference. [For a very deep dive into how firms are using deep learning in the capital markets, click here.]
9:30 While people are coming around to using one (or more) of the big cloud providers, there are still challenges when it comes to data governance and hidden fees.
11:30 Have pitches for the New Year, send 'em over.
13:00 James and Raymond Zenkich go over what BlockRe brings to the market.
15:00 What are some of the key challenges facing the market?
21:00 How do you go about assessing risk and setting coverage in a market that can lose billions in value overnight?
25:00 What kind of technology has BlockRe been developing to handle these issues, and who is advising it?
30:00 How do you monitor this rapidly changing market?
33:00 A look at BlockRe's risk assessment tool.
As is the case with everything we do, we'd love to get some feedback from our listeners. Feel free to reach out to Anthony or James via Twitter or email.
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