An online course from the University of Hong Kong to help students understand Fintech
The University of Hong Kong (HKU), along with CFTE, SuperCharger, UNSW Sydney, and Microsoft, has designed Asia’s first FinTech MOOC. This free online course will help students discover the innovations, technology and regulation driving the transformation of Finance.
Understanding the growing need of adapting how Finance is taught, the Hong Kong University has put together the first Fintech Mooc from Asia. The course was designed by Douglas Arner, Janos Barberis (both on the academic board of CFTE) and Huy Nguyen Trieu (co-founder of CFTE) and is supported by CFTE.
During the 6 weeks programme, students will be introduced to the major areas of Fintech, and the impact of technologies on the financial industry. The programme also covers the role of regulation in the current transformation and introduce to the main concepts of Regtech.
The Fintech Mooc will give students the keys to understand what’s happening in Finance today.
If you’re a student looking for your way into the new finance, this course is for you.
Registrations are free with a paying option for certificate.
6 modules, 1 hour each.
Module 1: Introduction to Fintech
Module 2: Infrastructure
Module 3: Finance: Traditional & Financing
Module 4: Data Analytics & Monetization
Module 5: RegTech
Module 6: Customer Interface
What you'll learn
The major areas in FinTech, including Money and Payment, Digital Finance and Alternative Finance
Major technological trends, including cryptocurrencies, Blockchain, AI and Big Data
FinTech Regulation and RegTech
Business and regulatory implications of technology for the financial industry
How regulations and RegTech are applied
Ways to analyse and evaluate what is driving technology innovation in Finance
How new technology impacts economies, markets, companies, and individuals
Huy Nguyen Trieu
CEO of The Disruptive Group; Co-founder of the Centre for Finance, Technology and Entrepreneurship
Founder SuperCharger FinTech Accelerator
Kerry Holdings Professor in Law, University of Hong Kong
Professor of International Finance Law University of New South Wales
Managing Director Asia Capital Market Institute (ACMI)
FinTech & RegTech Leader PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) – China & HK