Financial History Issue 127 (Fall 2018) - Page 9

MUSEUM NEWS   THE TICKER “Democratizing Finance” Program Will Feature Fireside Chat with PayPal President Dan Schulman On November 14, the Museum will pres- ent “Democratizing Finance: Expanding Access through FinTech,” a timely pro- gram on the transformation in the finan- cial services industry—connecting people to affordable financial services anywhere and at any time—that is expected to gen- erate economic growth and help reduce income inequality. The program will be held from 6:00—8:30 pm at The Paley Center for Media. The evening will begin with a fireside chat featuring PayPal President & CEO Dan Schulman and program moderator Brian Sozzi, Editor-at-Large of Yahoo! Finance. It will include a conversation on the impact of the revolution in financial services brought by the digitization of money and the proliferation of Internet access and mobile phones. A panel discussion will follow address- ing the broad implications of financial technology on consumers and society at large. Panelists include Andrew Keys, Co-Founder, ConsenSys Capital; Aditya Khurjekar, Founder & CEO, MEDICI; and Jennifer Tescher, President & CEO, Center for Financial Services Innovation. “Democratizing Finance” is co-spon- sored by Protiviti and TIAA, with media sponsor Thisis212. It is presented by the Museum of American Finance, in partner- ship with the Fordham University Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis. More information on this pro- gram can be found at www.moaf.org/ democratizingfinance. Join the conversa- tion at #DemocratizingFinance.  MUSEUM OF AMERICAN FINANCE 2017–2018 DONORS* The Museum deeply appreciates the support received from the following generous donors: PLATINUM • • Citadel • • Citadel Securities • • ICE/NYSE • • Royce & Associates • • Shenkman Capital Management GOLD STANDARD • • Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP • • Fitch Group • • John Herzog • • The Ricketts Family • • Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. • • The Paul E. Singer Foundation • • Warburg Pincus • • WilmerHale SILVER CERTIFICATE • • Cliff and Laurel Asness • • Capgemini • • Citi • • Dalio Foundation • • William H. and Jane P. Donaldson • • Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP • • Houlihan Lokey • • Carol Kaimowitz • • KKR • • Peter G. Peterson Foundation • • Protiviti • • S&P Global • • The Starr Foundation • • Richard Sylla • • Tishman Speyer SPONSORS • • American Express • • Anonymous • • Bloomberg Philanthropies • • Con Edison • • Crystal & Company • • Fordham University Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis • • Gabelli Funds • • Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP • • Goldman Sachs • • Martha Clark Goss • • Al and Denise Hurley • • ING Financial Holdings Corporation • • JPMorgan Chase • • Glenn Kaufman • • London Stock Exchange Group • • Moody’s • • Nasdaq • • New York Life • • Karen Seitz • • Maria Smith • • TD Ameritrade • • Teigland-Hunt LLP • • Third Point LLC • • TIAA • • Charles V. Wait DONORS • • Howard Abner • • Theodore Aronson • • Bank of America • • Barrett Asset Management • • William Behrens • • Bloomberg for Education • • Bruce Bent • • Jack Bogle • • Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP • • Cboe • • Andrea de Cholnoky • • Deutsche Asset Management • • Lisa Dolly • • Charles Elson • • Eric Newman Foundation • • Flooring Solutions Group LLC • • Stephen Friedman • • William Harrison • • Healy Family Foundation • • Michael Henriques • • Scott & Melissa Hirsch • • Robert Ibbotson • • Paul Isaac • • Seth Kaller • • Muriel Siebert Foundation • • Myron Kandel • • Ann Kaplan • • Laser Family Foundation • • Marge Magner • • Andrew Malik • • Merrill Lynch • • Elizabeth Munson • • Rodger Riney • • Saybrook Capital • • Timothy Schantz • • Walter Shipley • • VanEck • • Taylor Wagenseil • • Anthony Yoseloff * Reflects gifts of $1,000 and greater www.MoAF.org  |  Fall 2018  |  FINANCIAL HISTORY  7