Edward Golding is a seasoned veteran with a wealth of experience in housing finance and economic policy. Having served as the head of the Federal Housing Administration and as an executive at Freddie Mac, his insights into the regulatory and policy dimensions of finance are invaluable. Edward brings a unique perspective on how financial markets and regulations have evolved over the years.
Dan Aronoff, a research scholar with an academic foundation in economics, has not only studied the roots of the 2008 global financial crisis but has also ventured into the exciting world of digital currencies and blockchain technology. His expertise in game theory, consensus protocols, and smart contracts positions him as a thought leader in the fintech space.
During this panel, Golding and Aronoff will engage in a lively discussion, tackling critical issues at the forefront of the fintech revolution. They will discuss the practical utility of digital currencies, explore use cases for blockchain technologies, discuss the future of the mortgage market, and share insights on how Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) may influence the economy. Additionally, the panel will examine the potential for future disruptions in financial markets, drawing parallels to historical events.
The discussion will delve into the role of financial regulation in this rapidly changing landscape, exploring how regulations can either foster or hinder innovation and economic stability. Attendees can expect an enlightening conversation that bridges the worlds of policy and technology in the context of modern finance.