MFF Members and friends attended an informative breakfast discussing business and policies in Cuba.
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On November 8, Miami Finance Forum brought local thought leaders focusing on VC and technology investing in Miami. Thank you to our speakers:
Danielle Price, Partner, Holland & Knight
David Zinn, Managing Director, Ocean Azul
Andy Cohen, Corporate Development Executive, Citrix
Tigre Wenrich, CEO, LAB Miami Ventures
Rebecca Danta, Managing Director, Miami Angels
And our host: Holland & Knight
The banking industry is changing, what are some of the trends that will impact your experience? Click here to read more.
On Sept. 20, 2018, MFF members and guests assembled to hear from three industry leaders about how disruption and technology are changing the way they do business.
The keynote, given by Kathryn Marinello, President & CEO of The Hertz Corporation touched on branding, staying ahead of the game and knowing your audience.
Tom Hudson of WLRN conversed with Edward Beiner CEO, Guido Balocco and Tesla’s Florida District General Manager, Brendan J. Meyer on how disruption influences traditional and innovative industries as well.
A huge thank you to our sponsors: The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Professional Bank, MDO Partners, VACO South Florida, EY, Camus, The Miami Herald, Capital Analytics Associates and Miami Empresarial Magazine.
Our Special Event Keynote closed out the NYSE this afternoon. Come see her tomorrow as she talks about disruption and always looking ahead when it comes to your business. Click here to see it.
The New York Stock Exchange welcomes executives and guests of Hertz (NYSE: HTZ) in celebration of its 100th Anniversary of Founding. To honor the occasion, Kathryn Marinello, President and Chief Executive Officer, will ring the NYSE Closing Bell®.
Join Miami Finance Forum tomorrow (9/20) and hear her speak. Register here.
In advance of our Oct. 2 CEO Power Breakfast: The Impact of FinTech on the Private Equity Marketplace, we found an article that might interest you.
NEW YORK, Sept. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The industry’s leading investors from across the alternative investment spectrum will meet on November 6th for a full day of engaging discussion, education, and commentary at the ALTSMIA Annual Investor Forum. Investor hotspot, Miami will be the host location for institutional investors, family offices, asset managers and investment consultants.
ALTSMIA is developed and led by the CFA Society Miami, CAIA and the Miami Finance Forum. With their guidance and oversight, this one-day event provides participants with an educationally-focused agenda and features leading practitioners from the fields of private equity, venture capital, real estate, hedge funds, cryptocurrency, private credit and other sub-asset classes of the alternative investment sector.
To download an agenda click here: alts-miami.com.
Confirmed speakers include:
For further information about the conference program, registration or how your team can get involved, please contact Paul Hamann, 347-308-7792, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
James Varnadoe, MFF Advisory Board Chair and Managing Director at SGT Trade will be speaking at the Global Trade Review Conference in Mexico City on 26, September. Click Here For the Agenda and to Register.
GTR will return to Mexico in October, providing the premier platform for trade and export finance leaders to discuss the future of Mexican trade.
Corporates, financiers, government bodies and more will provide exclusive insights into the latest issues, with discussions focusing on trade policies and growing global protectionism, regulatory reform and investment opportunities in key industrial sectors, as well as the potential impact of the 2018 general elections.
Delegates will review vital trade financing sources and techniques, from the evolving role of ECAs to developmental institutions’ involvement in structured trade financing. Discussions will also assess working capital optimisation strategies for Mexican corporates, the evolving capabilities of trade fintech in today’s market, and the adoption of blockchain and regulatory technology.
Leading up to our event on Sept. 20 on How Disruption is Shaping the New Economy, we thought you might find this article interesting. If you haven’t registered yet, it’s not too late. Register today.