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Fixed Income Capital Markets Technology: The Future of Primary New Issuance

Fintech firms are actively working to electronify and digitalize fixed-income primary markets

Global fixed-income primary markets continue to develop away from voice-driven communications and manual operational processes to more streamlined interoperable platforms. Firms that once struggled through paper document-driven offerings with no transparency, insights, compliance or regulatory audit trails are now embracing the electronification and digitization offered by firms such as IHS Markit.

Global markets have historically traded fixed income products with a specific set of information and data, allowing for technology firms to standardize and electronify the process; identifying, mapping and modeling the necessary data into digital workflows. Many sectors (investment grade, high yield, emerging markets, structured and securitized) carry unique structures, pricing mechanisms and optional provisions – most of which are specific to each asset class – however, often times this data does remain consistent within each sector and is capable of being identified and tagged for digital standardization.…

2020 NYU Stern Fintech Conference: No Borders, No Barriers

By Robert Bole

On March 27th, NYU Stern’s Fubon Center for Technology, Business, and Innovation will host Stern’s Fourth Annual Fintech Conference.

Financial Technology, or “Fintech,” refers to technology focused on improving/ automating components of the Global Financial Services industry.  This improvement is seen typically from utilizing specialized software and/or algorithms, powerful computers, and big data.

The focus of this year’s conference will focus on “Global Fintech 2020: No Borders, No Barriers” and includes a packed agenda with speakers; including Kunal Kapoor (CEO Morningstar, Inc), Charles Elkan (MD and Global Head of Machine Learning at Goldman Sachs), and Andrew Boyajian (Head of Banking, North America Transferwise).   …

Stern Team Takes on BMW’s Electric Vehicles and Its Place in the Circular Economy

Cover photo: The Stern team includes Ben Gottesdiener, Jessica Tou, Leslie Chao and Phil Schroder.

From design to production, BMW’s i3 and i8 models represent today’s standards of sustainable automobiles. The global automobile leader approached the Stern Signature Project team on the commercialization of electric vehicles (EVs) and kicked off their engagement by posing two questions: What are sustainable business models of dismantling electric off-lease vehicles? How can the most valuable component, the released battery capacity, be marketed most efficiently? 

“BMW asked us to help them think through how to most effectively monetize its fleet of off-lease (cars being returned from lease) electric vehicles,” said Ben Gottesdiener (Stern MBA ‘20).…

Introducing A Selection of This Year’s $300K Challenge Finalists

Four finalist teams talk about their passion, sharing how the team came together and their favorite moments.


CariedAway is keeping kids cavity-free through preventive care treatments performed conveniently in school settings rather than at dentists’ offices.

Left to right: Richard Niederman and Pratik Sourav (not pictured: Habib Benzian and Anthony Donadia)
Photo credit: Courtesy of W.R. Berkley Innovation Labs

What idea are you bringing to the $300K Challenge?  

CariedAway brings care to kids in schools. Specifically, we bring cavity prevention to kids. Cavities are a preventable bacterial infection, technically called “caries.” Hence the name CariedAway.

Care through our services takes less than 15 minutes twice per year and reduces cavities by almost 80 percent.…

The Technology Fallacy: Lessons on Successful Digital Transformations

Students graduating this semester are entering an age of digital disruption and must get used to it. In order to successfully adapt, The Technology Fallacy: How People Are the Real Key to Digital Transformation declares that it is ultimately leadership’s responsibility to establish an organizational mindset that drives employees to work together and successfully respond to change. 

Far from a technical manuscript on the nuances of blockchain or the path to artificial superintelligence,  The Technology Fallacy relies on copious research over a four-year period and partnership between MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte in order to reveal the key characteristics of digital leadership as well as the digital talent mindset. Surprising,…

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