Date: February 15, 2022
Organized by IIEL – Inst. of Int’l Econ. Law

Join the Georgetown Law Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) and the University of Southern California (USC) Marshall School of Business Initiative on Digital Competition for “Fintech for Inclusion”, a virtual expert dialogue on the role of financial technology in improving financial inclusion for underserved communities in the United States.   

The virtual event will begin with a conversation with Kimberly Johnson – a member of Fannie Mae’s C-Suite –  to talk about rental data and alternatives to FICO, followed by a panel discussion with Dante Disparte, Carmelle Cadet, and Theodore “Teddy” Flo on crypto and stable coins, machine learning, and regulatory sandboxes in emerging markets. The event will kick off IIEL’s semester of virtual programs on trade, national security, global supply chains and more. IIEL’s Chris Brummer and USC’s Daniel Sokol will serve as moderators.