BTIG Financials Conference 2019

Mark Palmer and Giuliano Bologna, BTIG Financials Analysts, Benjamin Zucker, BTIG Mortgage REIT Analyst, Julian Emanuel, BTIG Chief Equity and Derivatives Strategist, and Gregory Lewis, CFA, BTIG Energy and Shipping Analyst, hosted the “BTIG Financials Conference 2019” in New York on Thursday, March 21, 2019. The format of the conference included panel discussions and one-on-one meetings with industry-leading and emerging fintech and specialty finance companies.

Panel topics included:

  • Evolution of Digital Banking
  • Unlocking the Potential of Consumer Digital Payments
  • Building a Differentiated Fintech Platform
  • The Challenge of Rising Rates and a Shift in the Credit Cycle to Online Lenders
  • Tackling the $1.5 Trillion Student Debt Problem
  • Innovation in the Insurance Sector
  • Disruption in the Money Transfer Space
  • Can It Go On Forever? The Business Cycle and Durability of Expansion
  • Residential Real Estate: The Impact of GSE Reform and Rising Interest Rates
  • Multifamily Finance and the GSEs’ Role
  • Diversified CMREITs that Blur the Lines Between Traditional Mortgage and Equity REITs
  • Municipal Bond Insurers Discussions
  • Maritime Asset-Backed Finance

For more information about the conference or BTIG Corporate Access, please contact a BTIG representative or email [email protected].


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