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Friday, 04 Dec @ 3:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

This session will explain some common data related challenges around versioning and lineage within the Financial domain and how blockchain can help solve some of these problems. As an academic work, we will explain how blockchain principles can not only help in managing trust/centralized-ledger problems between two or more financial institutions, but also help in solving other problems within big financial institutions.

DISCUSSION TOPICS

Working of blockchain
Common challenges faced within financial institutions around processing loans
How does blockchain help solve some of the common issues in Financial Institutions
The philosophical changes that blockchain principles bring in, when we think in terms of financial products
Some non-bitcoin applications of blockchain within the global markets

PARTICIPANTS

Shreya Agarwal – Analyst, Goldman Sachs
Shreya is an analyst at Goldman Sachs – Finance Engineering division responsible for Capital Measurement and Financial Reporting within Controllers for more than a year now. Strong business development professional with Bachelor of Technology from Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad. An active participant and winner of multiple women centric initiatives like the Women Emerging in Finance Program by Goldman Sachs, SheCode by Adobe in association with Lean in India and CodeUrWay by VISA, Bengaluru

Karan Ahluwalia – Vice President, Goldman Sachs
Karan is a Vice President at Goldman Sachs – Finance Engineering division responsible for designing & building the next generation deposits platform to handle the profit-loss and balance sheet aspects for Goldman’s ever-growing deposits business. Software Architect who has 8+ years of experience of building scalable solutions to solve Controllers and Risk management related problems in the Fin Tech space

Webinar/Workshop organized by: TechGig

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