We’re excited to announce that Crowd Valley will be speaking at Future Finance 2.0 Conference in Munich, about the new role of software developers in finance and how the financial services industry is evolving.
We’re pleased to announce that Crowd Valley will be speaking at the second edition of Viva Technology, or VivaTech for short, in Paris, about peer-to-peer models in alternative finance.
We’re thrilled to announce that we are speaking at Future Tech Congress in Warsaw, Poland, on the impact of Artificial Intelligence on finance.
Since its implementation in November 2007, the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) has been the cornerstone of capital markets regulation in Europe. However, since its inception, not all benefits have been fed down to the end investor as envisaged. MiFID II is aimed to address the shortcomings of the original MiFID release and has been amended with measures as a result of the lessons learned from the financial crisis.
It is with great excitement we share news of expanding our effort in France with our local team in Paris. After initial projects and collaborations in the French and continental European market, we look to expand our team on the ground as well as our partnerships.
The European Union (EU) Executive's Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis said on Thursday, 23rd March 2017, that the Commission is considering how to regulate the expanding sector to encourage its development in Europe, while protecting consumers from risks that may emerge.
Siena is a medieval city in Tuscany, whose historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In it, the traditional horse race named Il Palio takes place twice a year since 1633, in July and August. Ten horses and riders, who represent ten of the seventeen city quarters called contrade (contrada, in the singular form), compete in the 90-second race around Piazza del Campo. The contest is more than a competition as it is part of the pride of the city itself which relies on the rivalry of each ward.
Speaking with a peer from the banking industry, a claim arose that the problem with banks nowadays is that in the contemporary fast-paced environment, they are not able to compete with fintech disruptors and are paying for decades of missed investments in innovation.