Vol. 1 No. 1 (2023): FinTech and Artificial Intelligence in Finance
FinTech and AI in Finance (FinTAF) conference was hosted by the Department of Finance Accounting and Business systems (FABS) which is part of the Business Technology and Engineering Faculty at Sheffield Hallam University. For more information about the Department of Finance , Accounting and Business systems please visit the department's website at: https://www.shu.ac.uk/about-us/academic-departments/finance-accounting-and-business-systems
The aim of the conference is to explore current developments within the FinTech industry and assess the key issues faced. The role played by artificial intelligence within FinTech development and its effect on key stakeholders i.e. investors decisions, financial services and global markets. We are also keen to explore empirically and theoretically the legal and regulatory implications of the FinTech industry and how it interfaces with the banking industry, asset servicing, capital markets and investment management (e.g. wealth management etc.).
Key note Speakers:
- Valerio Poti (University College Dublin)
Professor of Finance
Research projects on FinTech and Financial Data Science.
Founding editor of the peer-reviewed scientific journal Digital Finance (Springer, https://www.springer.com/journal/42521)
- Bonnie Buchanan (University of Surrey)
Professor of Finance
Head of department
Research expertise in FinTech, AI in financial services, securitization, CSR and law and finance
FinTAF will publish double blind peer-reviewed papers from the FinTech and AI in Finance Conference.
The Conference contributes to the following academic and professional practice themes:
- Ethical and Sustainability issues in FinTech and AI
- Impact of CoVid on the rise and fall of FinTech
- Cryptocurrency, Central Bank Digital currency, and Meme coins
- Algorithmic Trading
- Fintech and AI applications to Behavioural finance'
- RegTech and likely future direction
- Developments within Non-fungible tokens (NFT)
All articles published in FinTAF will be open access, using the Creative Commons Attribution licence. This will enable as wide a distribution as possible of the work, whilst allowing authors to retain copyright and so enable them to use their work as they wish.
Key Dates :
Call for papers opens: 25th February 2022
Deadline for Full papers: 15 December 2022 ( Extended from 15th October 2022)
Decisions on Manuscripts: 30 December 2022 ( 1st November 2022 for early submitters)
Conference dates : Day 1 12th January 2023
Day 2 13th January 2023
Publication in the FinTAF Journal Proceedings (After double blind peer review) 21/09/2023