Bitcoin. Ethereum. Hyperledger. With all the cryptocurrency buzzwords flying around, it is hard to get to the core of all of these technologies. The essential piece that serves as the underlying mechanism of all these technologies is blockchain. Blockchain is a decentralized, trustless, distributed ledger technology that was popularised by the Bitcoin global cryptocurrency platform.
Blockchain technology carries a promise of great opportunity, efficiency, and fairness in business operations and governance for an entire struggling planet. Blockchain technology should be integrated broadly and uniformly across society and within as many existing institutions as possible. Blockchain development should not be the exclusive domain of a single sector, such as banking. Nor should Blockchain development reflect priorities of highest Return on Investment (ROI) from Venture Capital (VC) start-ups.
Indeed, the primary objective of Blockchain technology must be to reduce the cost of capital by decentralising risk, not necessarily money. Blockchain innovation can then be applied broadly, evenly, and intentionally across the economy. This makes sense because when building anything complex or important, one logical piece needs to go in front of the next logical piece regardless of its individual ROI, because collective ROI is the true basis of valuation.
Who is the course suitable for?
Any of the following roles from Banks, Exchanges, Clearing Houses, Futures Commission Merchants, FinTech Firms, and Fund Managers:
•Chief Executive Officers
•Chief Technology Officers
•Credit Risk Managers
•Credit Trading Desks Members
•Fixed Income Members
•Interest Rate Risk Managers
•Sell Side Bank Executives
•Highly comprehensive training course materials (training manual, training materials, PowerPoint presentations, definitions booklet).
•Comprehensive and in-depth understanding of Blockchain technology, innovation in the capital markets, and strategic applications.
•Highly interactive sessions with the training course expert which can reflect the attendee’s business perspectives.
•Pre-course questionnaire to identify the attendee’s key course objectives.
•Post-course follow up to ensure all key course objectives have been met.