The P2P Financial Systems International Workshop 2017 will be held on 20-21 July 2017 at UCL Wilkins Building, London. The aim of the conference is to bridge the gap between industry, academia and finance, debating on the potentials and controversies of financial disintermediation. Main topics to be covered are digital currencies, blockchain technologies, P2P lending and crowdfunding. Partners of the 3rd P2P Financial Systems International Workshop include Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Bank of Canada and De Nederlandsche Bank, in addition to the patronage of the UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies. Opening keynotes of the event are Daniel Heller, former Executive Director of International Monetary Fund and now Visiting Fellow at PIIE, and Marvin Zonis, Professor Emeritus of University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Over the two days researchers, industry experts, entrepreneurs, regulators and central bankers will be engaged in thrilling presentations and debates (full program here: https://www.p2pfisy.com/full-program/). A Formal Dinner will be held on 20th July 2017 at UCL Wilkins Building with a speech from a Special Guest. Do not miss plenty of invaluable networking opportunities, first preview research results and a unique perspective at the best rates.

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P2P Financial Systems International Workshop 2017