The Fintech Challenge: Improving Financial Literacy and Engagement in Asia and the United States
Friday, September 22, 2017
11:45 am – 2:00 pm
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
101 Market Street
San Francisco 94105
Discussion: Fintech firms are tackling the challenge of financial literacy in the United States and Asia by providing a host of new products and services. Addressing the lack of financial literacy is a challenge in both developed economies and emerging markets. Fintech can improve access to finance for all types of consumers, whether they are opening their first bank account or learning to save and invest more.
Join the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and the Asia Society for a discussion of what some of the more innovative firms are doing in this space as we look at “The Fintech Challenge: Improving Financial Literacy and Engagement in Asia and the United States” during our luncheon event on Friday, September 22, 12-2 pm.
About the Speakers:
Ning Tang is the founder, chairman, and CEO of CreditEase, which is one of China’s leading fintech companies focusing on marketplace lending and wealth management.
Katie Macc is co-founder and chief commercial officer of Juntos, a financial platform that serves as a bridge between financial access and financial inclusion for the world’s newly banked, driving usage and engagement.
Robert Schiff is a partner in McKinsey & Company’s San Francisco office and co-lead of the Customer Experience in Banking practice.
Sean Creehan is a senior supervisory analyst in the Division of Financial Institution Supervision and Credit at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. His research interests include financial technology and financial inclusion.