The Future of Finance: How will Technology, Regulation, and Global Competition Reshape the World of Finance
The past 20 years have seen a tsunami of change and innovation disrupt the financial services industry from the emergence of online trading to the globalization of markets, to the endless push towards disintermediation. The future seems poised to be impacted by emerging fintech business models, the continuing growth and competitiveness of China, blockchain, the sharing economy, and new regulation. Our distinguished panel will explore these areas and discuss what it means for current financial professionals and those looking to navigate a career for the next 20 years.
Adjunct Professor Michael Hrynuik of The King’s College is joined by leaders in the industry who have all founded businesses and successfully navigated changes in their fields. Our panelists include Olga Chin of InterPrice Technologies, Clark Spurrier of Spurrier Capital Partners and David Parshall of PEI Funds. Join this distinguished panel hosted by The King’s College for a conversation on what we can expect from the financial services industry in the next 20 years.
Olga Chin (CEO and Founder of InterPrice Technologies)
As founder of InterPrice Technologies, Olga pioneered a fintech solution providing real-time cost-of-capital data for public and private corporations.
Clark Spurrier (CEO and Founder of Spurrier Capital Partners)
Clark has been in Technology Investment Banking for over 27 years and has advised on over 150 mergers & acquisitions, IPOs, and other financings.
David Parshall (Managing Director and Co-Founder of PEI Funds)
David has 40 years of investment banking and private equity experience including time at PEI Funds, The Blackstone Group and at Lehman Brothers
Michael Hrynuik (Adjunct Professor, The King’s College)
Michael joined The King’s College in 2017 as an Adjunct Professor and has worked in Mergers and Acquisitions and Equity Capital Markets at both Lehman Brothers and MUFG.