The Zicklin School of Business can trace its roots back nearly 100 years. In 1919, City College established a School of Business and Civic Administration on Lexington Avenue in Manhattan, offering its first MBA program one year later. This school was renamed in 1953 in honor of alumnus Bernard M. Baruch, noted statesman and financier, […more]
Financial technologists, investors, analysts, regulators, investor relations professionals and data providers are invited to the free FinTech Forum: Smart Contracts, Blockchain & Data Standards. The blockchain is a distributed public ledger that describes confirmed transactions between counterparties, and that prevents tampering or revision. Best known as the enabling technology behind BitCoin, the blockchain promises significant new ways to transact a vast array of transactions that today rely on trusted intermediaries.
Speakers from Bloomberg, Credit Suisse, OFR/Treasury, SEC, S&P Capital IQ confirmed XBRL US today announced a ½ day forum for investors, analysts, regulators, data and analytical tool providers: Improving Financial Analysis through Structured Data. The forum is hosted by Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business at their E. 25th Street campus and offered through partnerships […more]
Hear the Securities Exchange Commission, investors and the media at this free half-day forum on how structured data is smart data, providing actionable information for decision making. The SEC’s Investor Advocate Rick Fleming provides a keynote address.
Advance registration is required.
Free, half-day forum on crowdfunding on June 28 in New York City, featuring speakers from the SEC, FINRA, Bankroll LLC, Computershare, Crowdnetics, FundAmerica, KPMG and Markit.
FinTech, investors, analysts, regulators, investor relations and data providers are invited to Smart Contracts, Blockchain & Data Standards, a free half-day forum, April 4 in New York City to learn about distributed public ledgers (blockchains) and digital agreements (smart contracts) that can use data to automate contract performance, improve timeliness and reduce cost.
Join XBRL US, NYSSA, the CFA Institute and Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business for a free afternoon forum on the Manhattan campus to learn how to use structured (XBRL) data to build databases and conduct analysis. Hear from regulators on other initiatives beyond SEC reporting where XBRL is under consideration. Registration is required.