Erosion of frontiers between financial and non-financial agents is focus of online debate

The webinar will debate recent developments in information technology and data processing, which are reshaping the way in which financial services are offered, transforming the boundaries that traditionally separated regulated financial institutions from

The Nucleus for Financial and Capital Market Studies (MFCap) at Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo Law School will hold a webinar called “Financial Market Talks: Erosion of frontiers between financial and non-financial agents” on October 4, at 2 pm, on FGV’s YouTube channel. This will be the first event in a series of “Financial Market Talks” led by Professor Bruno Meyerhof Salama, who will address major subjects for the development of the Brazilian financial markets.

The webinar will debate recent developments in information technology and data processing, which are reshaping the way in which financial services are offered, transforming the boundaries that traditionally separated regulated financial institutions from commercial companies that operate in the market.

The event will discuss the following topics, among others: Does the separation between commercial companies and financial institutions for regulatory purposes still make sense? Should regulation focus on specific activities or companies? What regulatory challenges are there?

The speakers will be Ana Elvezio, senior legal analyst at C6 Bank; Danilo Costa, founding partner of Educbank; Isabel Arbex Quinn, Mastercard board member; Juliana Facklmann, head of regulation and product design at 2TM; and Marília de Cara, payments legal director for Latin America at Uber.

The event’s opening remarks will be given by Bruno Meyerhof Salama, a professor at UC Berkeley School of Law and a senior global fellow at FGV’s Sao Paulo Law School.

To take part, please sign up here.

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