We are pleased to celebrate the announcement that IFM Trustee, Alicia A. Crighton, has been named partner of Goldman Sachs effective January 1, 2023. Partner is one of the most exclusive titles one can receive on Wall Street. Goldman Sachs promoted 80 bankers as partners in the firm.
The innovation and use of ESG derivatives continues to grow expotentially as organizations look for ways to transition to a sustainable economy. To help understand how ESG derivatives are used in a sustainability strategy, the IFM offers a virtual, live course that provides foundational information on ESG markets and related products that can be used to hedge exposure and and manage a sustainability footprint.
The IFM is pleased to welcome Alicia Crighton to the Board of Trustees. Crighton is a Managing Director and the Global Co-head of Futures at Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC. She also is the Head of the Prime Services Clearing, Futures Clearing, and Cleared Swaps businesses for the firm —a U.S.-based, multinational investment bank and financial services company.
The IFM recently delivered an educational briefing to the staff members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture. This Committee oversees the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). The IFM served as the lead educator on derivatives markets fundamentals and the importance of markets and included views from key industry representatives of the CFTC, CME Group, Commodity Markets Council, FIA, Futures Fundamentals, Intercontinental Exchange, and NFA.
A 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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