This event is hosted by Professor Raj Rajarajan, Professor of Security Engineering and Director of the Institute for Cyber Security at City, University of London.
This event will feature an expert discussion about the latest developments for Fintech, the challenges and opportunities of tomorrow and the new MSc Financial Technology and Systems, offered by the School of Science and Technology in partnership with Bayes Business School.
13:30 - 13:35: Welcome by Professor Raj Rajarajan
13:35 - 14:10: 'The Future of Fintech: Learn & Collaborate'
- Mayank Goyal - CEO, MoneyHop
- Will Lovell - Head of Technology Strategy and Architecture, Bank of England
14:10 - 14:25: Q&A
14:25 - 14:30: Final remarks and event closure.
About the speakers
Mayank Goyal, MoneyHop, Founder and CEO
Mayank is a rank-holding Chartered Financial Analyst with a M.S. in financial engineering from Imperial College London and B.Tech in Telecom Engineering.
He has spent close to a decade as an investment banker in London working for tier-1 banks such as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and Jefferies as a Vice-President in electronic stock trading and quantitative portfolio management space.
Will Lovell, Bank of England, Head of Technology Strategy and Architecture
Will is a Head of Technology Strategy & Architecture. He sets technology strategy for The Bank and ensures projects and programmes are delivered on the right platforms and technologies.
Will has a particular interest in payments, fintech, digital currencies and digital assets. His background is in engineering, so he would like to keep a practical focus while working with those developing policy.
Following his degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at South Bank University, Will has worked for the BBC World Service first as a broadcast engineer and then building software to route digital audio and predict radio propagation.
In 1997, he moved to the Bank of England to build software for asset management and settlement, banknote management, inflation forecasting and data analysis for regulation.