How Banks, Insurance, Corporates and Nations Must Change and Adapt to Stay Relevant
27 to 28 Aug 2019 | 9:00 am – 5:30 pm | SUSS
In this 2-day course, we will look at the rapidly changing technological landscape using concrete case studies collected globally. We seek to examine how millennials, boomers, nations and corporates are changing and adapting to cope as technology forces change in how we 1) think and learn with artificial intelligence (AI); 2) (re)organise ourselves in the corporate world; 3) understand how Chinese companies are pulling ahead in the rollout of global payments systems; 4) know which corporates are doing a better job in accepting and adapting to revolutionary change; 5) comprehend how technology is radically changing our understanding of insurance.
Founder and Editor, Schulte Research
Paul Schulte is founder of Schulte Research, set up in 2012 researching financial institutions and financial technology.
He has spent 3 decades in research on financials. He has worked for all 3 branches of US government, including the NSC at the White House. He currently teaches in 3 universities, has written 5 books and authored hundreds of articles. He has worked for the Number 1 investment bank from US, UK, Japan, China and Switzerland starting in 1990. He has taught on 5 continents. His focus is technological change in banks and insurance. He has been a source for the WSJ, NYT, Bloomberg, Nikkei, FT, Economist, Barron’s and Forbes.
His clients include some of the largest sovereign, pension, mutual and hedge funds globally. He is the author of “The Next Revolution in Our Credit Driven Economy”.