Being a successful FinTech firm requires more than just great technology; it also requires an understanding of the laws and regulations applicable to your business. This course will provide you with that understanding. You will learn about the critical legal, regulatory, and policy issues associated with cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings, online lending, new payments and wealth management technologies, and financial account aggregators. In addition, you will learn how regulatory agencies in the U.S. are continually adjusting to the emergence of new financial technologies and how one specific agency has proposed a path for FinTech firms to become regulated banks. You will also learn the basics of how banks are regulated in the U.S.
FinTech Law and PolicyDuke University
About this Course
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Welcome to FinTech Law and Policy
The Evolving Relationship Between FinTechs, Regulators, and Traditional Financial Institutions
Cryptocurrency and Initial Coin Offerings
Banking Regulation in the U.S.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM FINTECH LAW AND POLICY
I highly recommend this course especially if your are currently working in the financial services industry. I am always eager to learn and this course taught me many new topics that i was unaware of.
This is a great introductory course to Fintech in general and the regulations around the course. Please update the curriculum periodically as some information could be outdated in 2022.
Very good board informative course that provides a good high-level understanding of the FinTech domain. Content look couple of years old, but still relevant.
Duke University put a great spin to this course by having graphics and relevant information next to the professor while giving the lecture. I am a visual learner and this method was great!!
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