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Tech Talk [Online]: The Hype versus Reality of the Impact of FinTech on Law

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    This event will be conducted online.
    17 Nov 2020
    7.30pm - 9.00pm
    NUS Alumni Relations
    Ms Gabriella Nyam
    6516 5771

    Event Details

    The Hype versus Reality of the Impact of FinTech on Law
    With rapid digitalisation, many financial institutions have gained competitive advantages through the adoption of Financial Technology (FinTech). Now is the time for lawyers, judges, and regulators to leverage technology for efficiency and globalisation and take small steps to make important changes.

    At this talk, our speakers will discuss how the legal profession could engage FinTech to improve standard functions like conveyance and contracts, as well as what regulators should be thinking about.


    A/Prof Keith Carter
    NUS School of Computing
    Co-Director, CRYSTAL Centre
    Director, NUS FinTech Lab

    Mr Ng Sey Ming (Law '99)
    Deputy Head, Banking & Finance,
    Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP

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