New York – January 12, 2015 - Proceedings of the New York meetings of the Finance Transparency Forum (FTF) held on January 12, the opening day of the National Retail Federation conference, expose how today’s largest and most powerful techno-social system, the global financial market, sees a number of paradoxes unaddressed. These are becoming another emergency in light of the ongoing computerization trend and call for the adoption of a scientific approach, for new tools to be developed and for control to be established to protect the broader ecosystem of stakeholders impacted by the performance of the financial industry.
Addressing issues of the digital economy
The Finance Transparency Forum, organized by Wise Media, has already hosted a number of 2015 meetings with the members of the board in the US to frame this year’s perimeter of investigation. Additional input was received from the participants in finance sector events in Europe, together with the first reactions to the disruptive change in the Swiss Franc versus Euro exchange rate.
Among the main priorities set for the Finance Transparency Forum’s agenda this year are:
– strengthening regulations
– addressing the analytical divide
– facilitating financial inclusion
– securing a cashless society
A vision for the future
In 2015 the Sustainability Summit opens its 7th year of activities. The Finance Transparency Forum is its newest initiative created among the working groups engaging policy makers and industry leaders driving modernization projects for societal development. Policy makers, finance sector institutions, truly independent operators and technology experts have an important goal to meet in building new trust models, advancing the frontier of financial inclusion and restoring investors’ confidence. The Finance Transparency Forum is the world’s the first initiative driving change and creating new trust models within the digital economy.
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