A new report, Future-Proofing Inclusion: Technology Proposals for CDFIs and MDIs, made possible by Georgetown University Law Center, Visa's Economic Empowerment Institute, and the IFM, features case studies and insights as to how minority and community banks might leverage fintech.
Registration is now open for DC Fintech Week 2021 — hosted by Georgetown Law's IIEL, IFM and the Bank for International Settlement (BIS). See the amazing list of speakers announced to date.
IFM is proud to partner with the Greenwood Project, a nonprofit focused on introducing Black and Latinx students to careers within the financial industry via summer financial institute for high school students, paid summer internships for college students in financial firms, academic instruction and mentorships.
IFM offers a series of bite-sized learning videos that connect consumers to derivatives markets.
The nano videos, approximately 60-130 seconds in duration, explain key economic and basic market concepts and demonstrates how Wall Street directly intersects and benefits Main Street ─ every day.
Fintech Week 2020 hosted by the IFM and Georgetown University Law Center was a tremendous success and had more global participants than ever with the support of CoinDesk Live, the Atlantic Council, VISA and the CFTC.
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The IFM is rolling our a series of live, virtual courses that are cost-effective to deliver and more affordable for learners.
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The CME Group, CME Group Foundation, FIA, National Futures Association and the Institute for Financial Markets have joined forces in support of free, online derivatives education, providing interactive tools, a trading simulator and curriculum for a wide variety of audiences. This new free resource found at our website Futures Fundamentals helps learners of all levels understand how futures and options markets work, and why they matter to Main Street and you.
Commissioner Brian D. Quintenz was the keynote speaker at our recent roundtable on smart financial regulation. The event co-hosted by the IFM and The Mercatus Center at George Mason University attracted regulators, policymakers, market participants and scholars to discuss how a principled approach to regulation, supported by economic analysis and effective enforcement, sustains a safe, liquid and innovative financial marketplace.
The Financial Futures Association of Japan (FFAJ), a self-regulatory organization, and the IFM have partnered in a financial markets educational project, aimed at the Japanese investment community. FFAJ ensures the protection of investors and sound growth of the financial futures industry through proper business management of financial futures firms. FFAJ membership includes more than 140 global and regional banks, futures brokers and securities companies.
The IFM provided a 3-part, derivatives educational course on futures, options, swaps to the professional staff of the U.S. House Committee on Agriculture. Senior staff from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and National Futures Association also contributed to the educational program.