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Money20/20 Takeaways: The Future of Banks - November 16, 2017 - San Francisco, CA
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Money20/20 Takeaways – The Future of Banks

 

November 16, 2017

5:30pm to 8:30pm

 

  

Hosted by: Protiviti

 

 

555 Market Street, Suite 1800, San Francisco, CA

 

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Join us on Thursday, November 16, for a BayPay Forum and Protiviti event. We’ll network and hear first-hand takeaways from the world’s largest payments and fintech conference, Money20/20, which took place this past October 22-25th.

Topics of discussion will include:

 - AI as a future growth driver

- Blockchain APIs to reduce risk, save costs, and increase transparency

- Need for increased role of regulation to shape future innovation and emergence of RegTech


We hope you can make it to this event and feel free to spread the word.


This event is FREE for Business Members ($24.99/month).

The Live Streaming and its video archive of this event is FREE for Online Members ($34.99/month).

 

 

 

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AGENDA

5:30 PM Registration
6:30 PM Announcement
6:35 PM Panel Discussion
  Jamie Ramenofsky, Managing Director at Silicon Valley Bank
  Bradley Rotter, Vice Chairman at Rivetz
  Andrew Mueller, Senior Manager- Risk and Compliance Practice at Protiviti
  Panel moderated by: Daniel Chatelain Managing Director at The BayPay Forum
8:00 PM Networking
8:30 PM End of Session

PANELISTS

Jamie Ramenofsky

Managing Director at Silicon Valley Bank

Jamie Ramenofsky is a Managing Director at Silicon Valley Bank where she runs the FinTech portfolio for Northern California. This includes over 150 companies across Payments, Insurance Tech, Real Estate Tech, Alternative Lending and Reg Tech. Jamie brings to the bank expertise in Warehouse financing, Securitization, and Alternative Lending. She joined SVB from Upstart, a consumer lender that utilizes alternative and traditional data to lend to the nation’s younger, underserved population. Jamie ran Capital Markets and prepped the company for it's first Securitization. In addition, she diversified the capital base and setup the company to establish itself as a hybrid lender, where it utilized external and balance sheet capital to fund the platform. Prior to Upstart, Jamie was a Director at Lending Club in the Institutional Capital team, where she drove the growth of the larger institutional relationships, both domestically and internationally. Jamie started her career at Barclays Capital, where she spent nearly 10 years in Securitized Products, in both New York and London.

Jamie Ramenofsky

Bradley Rotter

Vice Chairman at Rivetz

Bradley Rotter was on of the pioneers of financials futures from the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He was amongst the first investors in hedge funds and pioneered staking emerging managers with seed capital, now referred to as “seeding”

He has been aggressively involved in bitcoin and crypto currencies beginning In 2013 and has invested and advised a number of high profile ICO’s. He believes that the blockchain epoch is just as much a cyber security play as it is a digital currency play and that has been his focus.

His best call so far (but he is still young) was a prediction on Trend Following Radio to anchor Michael Covel in 2013 that “bitcoin will be the highest performing financial asset in your lifetime”

So far so good

Bradley serves as Vice Chairman of Rivetz, which launched the first cyber security utility token which lifts the value of the blockchain ecosphere.

Bradley Rotter

Andrew Mueller

Senior Manager - Risk and Compliance Practice at Protiviti

Andrew Mueller is a Senior Manager in Protiviti’s Risk and Compliance Practice. He has extensive experience in partnering with financial services companies in managing regulatory risk, with particular emphasis on compliance process development and governance, anti-money laundering, and mortgage lending. Andrew has long been passionate about emerging technologies and leads the internal development of RegTech initiatives at Protiviti with Vishal Ranjane and Shubhendu Mukherjee

Andrew Mueller

MODERATOR

Daniel Chatelain

Managing Director at The BayPay Forum

Daniel Chatelain is a serial entrepreneur focused on innovation in payments, commerce and Fintech. He sits on the board of directors or advisors of emerging companies and is a mentor at 500 Startups. He started The BayPay Forum to help foster innovation in payment and commerce.

The BayPay Forum is a member based organization that gathers today over 14,000 executives from thousands of companies and that organizes events for its members to understand the new trends in innovation in payments and commerce in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Toronto, New York, Paris, London and Luxembourg. Prior to that, Daniel was CEO, President & COO of companies he started as an entrepreneur or within the Lagardere (Elle, Woman’s Day, Car & Driver, Hachette, Canal Satellite) and Airbus Industries group (Airbus, Ariane, Eurocopter) and Vice President of a VC backed companies giving him a wide experience of growing companies domestically and internationally in the banking, telecom and interactive media industries as an entrepreneur, corporate or VC backed senior executive.

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Location 555 Market Street, Suite 1800, San Francisco, CA

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Thursday 16 November 2017, 05:30pm - 08:30pm
   
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