British Council in Thailand and University of Southampton are pleased to invite you to join Fintech: Future and Challenges for Thailand Seminar by University of Southampton by Dr. Nongnuch Tantisantiwong, academic at Southampton Business School, who will give a talk covering the following points:
- Cryptocurrencies (e.g. bitcoins)
- Technology in financial services (e.g. AI, Blockchain and peer-to-peer network, Apps & QR codes)
- Issues regarding Big Data usage in business (e.g. Facebook scandal, GDPR)
Please reserve your seat here.
|Venue||British Council Siam|
|Date||Sat 2 Jun 2018|
|Time||17.00 - 19.00 pm|
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Nongnuch is a lecturer of finance and a member of the Centre for Digital Finance at Southampton Business School. She has work experience in both Thai and UK academia and the Thai public sector. Before moving to UK academia, she worked for the Ministry of Finance (Thailand) as the Chief of Financial System Development & Planning Division at the Fiscal Policy Office, Ministry of Finance.
Her research interest is in a number of distinct areas of theoretical and applied economics and finance: financial economics/econometrics, fintech, financial services, mutual funds, derivatives and risk management, development economics & finance (microfinance, ethical and sustainable funds), international finance & economics, quasi-fiscal & monetary policies.
More information can be found here: https://www.southampton.ac.uk/business-school/about/staff/nt2y13.page#co...