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Payments

Today’s payments industry is dynamic and the future looks exciting. Payments is a short, but a fully packed course providing a broad understanding of each of the key players and their roles in the U.S. electronic payments value chain. You will learn the fundamentals about what drives revenue, cost and risk in the payments industry as well as gain insights regarding innovators and disruptors affecting trends in the payments industry today and in the future.

Deep Dive into Interchange Fees from Card Networks in Canada

There's a lot of things that should be kept in mind when dealing with credit cards. Let's check on the basics and learn the ropes of associating such cards with your business in terms of receiving payments.

Open Banking in Europe 101

In this course, we will learn about an approach that's trending in the past couple of years. Open banking is a financial services term as part of financial technology that refers to The use of open APIs that enable third-party developers to build applications and services around the financial institution. James Miller shall share his knowledge about such.

Understanding Travel Payments

From challenges with payment acceptance at the point of sale to keeping an eye on potential disruptors, the world of payments is rapidly evolving in the air travel industry — and it’s important for agencies to stay up to date on the latest developments.

Open Banking in the US

 In this course, we will learn about an approach that's trending in the past couple of years. Open banking is a financial services term as part of financial technology that refers to: The use of open APIs that enable third-party developers to build applications and services around the financial institution. James Miller shall share his knowledge about it but this time it is for the US counterpart.

Deep Dive into Open Banking in the US

A deeper and broader approach on Open Banking. In this course, we will learn about an approach that's trending in the past couple of years. Open banking is a financial services term as part of financial technology that refers to The use of open APIs that enable third-party developers to build applications and services around the financial institution.

Understanding How ACH Payments Maximize Invoice-to-Cash

Getting paid faster is a top priority for supplier organizations and studies show that suppliers prefer to be paid via ACH over paper checks by almost 3 to 1. Mr. Roert Jones identifies the critical steps every company needs to know about how ACH payments streamline the Invoice-to-Cash process. As the Administrator for the ACH Network, NACHA has made ACH ubiquitous in relation to electronic payments - especially for B2B. Mr. Jones highlights those key areas that are most important to supplier organizations, such as how to leverage the value of the ACH network, how to become more attractive to potential customers, and how ACH results in faster customer payments.

Blockchain

This course is for students wishing to explore blockchain technology's potential use—by entrepreneurs and incumbents—to change the world of money and finance. The course begins with a review of Bitcoin and an understanding of the commercial, technical, and public policy fundamentals of blockchain technology, distributed ledgers, and smart contracts. The class then continues on to current and potential blockchain applications in the financial sector. 

MIT Blockchain & Money: Introduction

In this video, Prof. Gary Gensler provides an introduction to the course and to blockchain technology.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Money, Ledgers, and Bitcoin 

In this lecture, Prof. Gensler discusses the history of money, ledgers, fiat currency, central banking, early digital money, and mobile payments.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Basics and Cryptography

In this course, Prof. Gensler, explains the basics of blockchain and covers Bitcoin design features, hash functions, blocker headers, Merkle trees, among other related topics.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Basics and Consensus 

This lecture covers blockchain consensus protocols. Because of the decentralized nature of blockchain technology, it is crucial that consensus protocols are used to require that the nodes on the network agree on the same state of a blockchain.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Basics and Transactions, UTXO, and Script Code

This course covers the design features of blockchain, like hash functions, append-only timestamped logs, and proof-of-work. The professor also covers unspent transaction output (UTXO).

MIT Blockchain & Money: Smart Contracts and DApps

This session covers smart contracts, blockchain design, Dapps, and tokens. Harvard professor Lawrence Lessig explains the legal issues of smart contracts.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Technical Challenges

This lecture covers technical challenges to blockchain technology, such as scalability, privacy, security, and interoperability.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Public Policy

In this course, Prof. Gensler discusses how public policy relates to blockchain technology and crypto finance. The public policy framework guards against illicit activity provide financial stability and protect the investing public.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Permissioned Systems

In this lecture, Prof. Gensler discusses permission or private distributed ledger technology.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Financial System Challenges and Opportunities

This lecture describes three aspects of finance: financial institutions, regulation, and technology. Also covered is risk management and opportunities in the blockchain field.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Economics

In this course, Prof. Gary Gensler discusses the economics of blockchain, blockchain vs. the Internet, blockchain minimalists, and costs and trade-offs.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Payments, Part 1

Prof. Gensler discusses major trends in payment systems, lessons that can be learned from non-blockchain payment innovations, and the challenges and opportunities in current payment system architecture.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Payments, Part 2

In this course, Prof. Gensler discusses the lessons that can be drawn from the challenges of blockchain-related payment applications. Other topics include cross-border payments and permissioned vs. permissionless applications.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Central Banks and Commercial Banking, Part 1

In this lecture, the class discusses a number of topics related to central banking, including fiat currencies, how central banks approach blockchain technology, and payment systems and different blockchain initiatives.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Central Banks and Commercial Banking, Part 2

Prof. Gary Gensler continues the discussion about central banks and commercial banking by talking about private banknotes and stable value tokens, and central bank digital currency.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Secondary Markets and Crypto-Exchanges

For this course, Prof. Gensler talks about crypto-exchange, a major part of the crypto-finance ecosystem.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Primary Markets, ICOs, and Venture Capital, Part 1

Prof. Gensler talks about crowdfunding with Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) as well as the characteristics and evaluation of ICOs.  

MIT Blockchain & Money: Primary Markets, ICOs, and Venture Capital, Part 2

Prof. Gensler continues the discussion about Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), focusing on the markets and regulations for ICOs.  

MIT Blockchain & Money: Post Trade Clearing, Settlement, and Processing

Prof. Gensler leads a discussion on clearing and settlement systems, blockchain technology applicability, and blockchain technology projects.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Trade Finance and Supply Chain

Prof. Gensler explores trade finance, its attributes, and the significant activity of blockchain technology behind it.  

MIT Blockchain & Money: Digital ID

Prof. Gensler speaks about identity and access management, how identity management works in a digital age, state projects in India and Estonia, and some blockchain projects in the private sector.

MIT Blockchain & Money: Conclusion

Prof. Gensler gives a summary of the class, touching on money and ledgers, the economics of blockchain technology, financial sector opportunities, crypto finance, and public policy.

 

 

Fintech & Startups

The purpose of the class is to expose undergraduate and graduate students to the mathematical concepts and techniques used in the financial industry. Mathematics lectures are mixed with lectures illustrating the corresponding application in the financial industry. MIT mathematicians teach the mathematics part while industry professionals give the lectures on applications in finance.

MIT: Introduction, Financial Terms and Concepts

In the first lecture of this course, the instructors introduce key terms and concepts related to financial products, markets, and quantitative analysis.

MIT: Linear Algebra

This lecture is a review of the linear algebra needed for the course, including matrices, linear transformations, eigenvalue, and eigenvectors.

MIT: Probability Theory

This lecture is a review of the probability theory needed for the course, including random variables, probability distributions, and the Central Limit Theorem.

MIT: Stochastic Processes I

This course introduces stochastic processes, including random walks and Markov chains.

MIT: Regression Analysis

This lecture introduces the mathematical and statistical foundations of regression analysis, particularly linear regression.

MIT: Value At Risk (VAR) Models

This is an applications lecture on Value At Risk (VAR) models, and how financial institutions manage market risk.

MIT: Time Series Analysis I

This is the first of three courses introducing the topic of time series analysis, describing stochastic processes by applying regression and stationarity models.

MIT: Volatility Modeling

This lecture introduces the topic of volatility modeling, including historical volatility, geometric Brownian motion, and Poisson jump diffusions.

MIT: Regularized Pricing and Risk Models

This is a guest lecture on regularized pricing and risk models, featuring explanations of bonds, swaps, and yield curve models.

MIT: Time Series Analysis II

This is the second of three courses introducing the topic of time series analysis, describing multivariate time series, representation theorems, and least-squares estimation.

MIT: Time Series Analysis III

This is the last of three lectures introducing the topic of time series analysis, describing cointegration, cointegrated VAR models, linear state-space models, and Kalman filters.

MIT: Commodity Models

This is a guest lecture on commodity modeling, analyzing the methods of generating profit with a constrained system.

MIT: Portfolio Theory

This course describes portfolio theory, including topics of Markowitz mean-variance optimization, von Neumann-Morganstern utility theory, portfolio optimization constraints, and risk measures.

MIT: Factor Modeling

This lecture describes factor modeling, featuring linear, macroeconomic, fundamental, and statistical factor models, and principal components analysis.

MIT: Portfolio Management

This lecture focuses on portfolio management, including portfolio construction, portfolio theory, risk parity portfolios, and their limitations.

MIT: Stochastic Processes II

This course covers stochastic processes, including continuous-time stochastic processes and standard Brownian motion.

MIT: Itō Calculus

This lecture explains the theory behind Itō calculus.

MIT: Black-Scholes Formula, Risk-neutral Valuation

This is a lecture on risk-neutral pricing, featuring the Black-Scholes formula and risk-neutral valuation.

MIT: Option Price and Probability Duality

This course focuses on option price and probability duality. This is an additional course to the application of Mathematics in relation to Finance.

MIT: Stochastic Differential Equations

This lecture covers the topic of stochastic differential equations, linking probability theory with ordinary and partial differential equations.

MIT: Quanto Credit Hedging

This is a guest lecture on quanto credit hedging, including using mathematical models in trading.

MIT: HJM Model for Interest Rates and Credit

This is an extra course that describes the HJM model for interest rates and credit, including hedging risk on interest and credit rate derivatives.

MIT: Ross Recovery Theorem

This guest lecture features the Ross Recovery Theorem.

MIT: Introduction to Counterparty Credit Risk

This lecture is an introduction to counterparty credit risk, featuring credit valuation as well as the broad economic objectives of a financial institution. It also concludes the course.

Our Library of Courses

Deep Dive into Interchange Fees from Card Networks in Canada 

Open Banking in Europe 101

Understanding Travel Payments

Open Banking in the US

Deep Dive into Open Banking in the US

Understanding How ACH Payments Maximize Invoice-to-Cash

MIT Blockchain & Money: Introduction

MIT Blockchain & Money: Money, Ledgers, and Bitcoin 

MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Basics and Cryptography

MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Basics and Consensus 

MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Basics and Transactions, UTXO, and Script Code

MIT Blockchain & Money: Smart Contracts and DApps

MIT Blockchain & Money: Technical Challenges

MIT Blockchain & Money: Public Policy

MIT Blockchain & Money: Permissioned Systems

MIT Blockchain & Money: Financial System Challenges and Opportunities

MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Economics

MIT Blockchain & Money: Payments, Part 1

MIT Blockchain & Money: Payments, Part 2

MIT Blockchain & Money: Central Banks and Commercial Banking, Part 1

MIT Blockchain & Money: Central Banks and Commercial Banking, Part 2

MIT Blockchain & Money: Secondary Markets and Crypto-Exchanges

MIT Blockchain & Money: Primary Markets, ICOs, and Venture Capital, Part 1

MIT Blockchain & Money: Primary Markets, ICOs, and Venture Capital, Part 2

MIT Blockchain & Money: Post Trade Clearing, Settlement, and Processing

MIT Blockchain & Money: Trade Finance and Supply Chain

MIT Blockchain & Money: Digital ID

MIT Blockchain & Money: Conclusion

MIT: Introduction, Financial Terms and Concepts

MIT: Linear Algebra

MIT: Probability Theory

MIT: Stochastic Processes I

MIT: Regression Analysis

MIT: Value At Risk (VAR) Models

MIT: Time Series Analysis I

MIT: Volatility Modeling

MIT: Regularized Pricing and Risk Models

MIT: Time Series Analysis II

MIT: Time Series Analysis III

MIT: Commodity Models

MIT: Portfolio Theory

MIT: Factor Modeling

MIT: Portfolio Management

MIT: Stochastic Processes II

MIT: Itō Calculus

MIT: Black-Scholes Formula, Risk-neutral Valuation

MIT: Option Price and Probability Duality

MIT: Stochastic Differential Equations

MIT: Quanto Credit Hedging

MIT: HJM Model for Interest Rates and Credit

MIT: Ross Recovery Theorem

MIT: Introduction to Counterparty Credit Risk

Payments 101 - US (New Version)

PSD2: The Things That Matter

EMV 101

How to Speak

How to Build Products User Love

How to Get Started, Doing Things that Don't Scale, Press

Culture

Hiring and Culture

Building for the Enterprise

How to be a Great Founder

How to Operate

Legal and Accounting Basics for Startups

Sales and Marketing; How to Talk to Investors

Later-stage Advice

Finance Theory 1

Finance Theory 2

MIT Finance 1 : Introduction and Course Overview

MIT Finance 1 : Present Value Relations 

MIT Finance 1 : Equities 

MIT Finance 1 : Forward and Futures Contracts

MIT Finance 1: Options

MIT Finance 1: Fixed-Income Securities

MIT Finance 1 : Risk and Return

MIT Finance 1 : Portfolio Theory

MIT Finance 1 : The CAPM and APT

MIT Finance 1 : Capital Budgeting

MIT Finance 1: Efficient Market

MIT Finance 1: Course Summary

Payments 101 - Philippines

Deep Dive into Electronic Payments - US

Deep Dive into EMV for Acquirers and Merchants

Globetrot Commerce - EU

Globetrot Commerce - Asia

Globetrot Commerce - LATAM

Globetrot Commerce - Africa

Fraud 101 - US

Optimizing Payments Acceptance and Compliance with Enhanced Risk Controls

Fraud 202

Real Time Payments in the US - In-Depth

Payment Facilitators Chargeback Management and Risk Management Overview

What Payment Facilitators Need to Know about Sub-merchant Set-up and BoardingWhat Payment

Facilitators Need to Know about Sub-merchant Set-up and Boarding

First Dive Into ISO 20022

Understanding Blockchain and Its Applications

BayPay Crypto and Blockchain Training 

Business Applications of Blockchain

The World of Blockchain

Business Applications of Blockchain  - Introduction

Business Applications of Blockchain - Basics of Cryptography & Cryptocurrencies

Business Applications of Blockchain  - The Foundation of How Blockchain Works

Business Applications of Blockchain - Smart Contracts and their Applications

Business Applications of Blockchain - Blockchain Disruption of the Finance Industry

Business Applications of Blockchain -  Other Industries Disrupted by Blockchain

Business Applications of Blockchain - Fundraising for Blockchain Projects

Anti-money Laundering Policy – A Global Overview and EU Perspective

Customer Due Diligence and AML Compliance

GDPR - How will it impact your business if you or your clients have customers in Europe?

Fair Lending 101

Privacy, Data and GDPR: Best Practices for Creating An Online Privacy Policy

FDIC Handbook

SaaS Pricing Strategies for Startups

Perspective - Global Disruption & Digital Banks

Fintech Masterclass

The World is Split (English)

The World is Split (French)

Latest Trends in Fintech from Silicon Valley and Elsewhere

VC(ED) - Introduction to Venture Capital and Startup Investing

VC(ED) - Introduction to Venture Capital and Startup Investing - Key Terms, Fund Formation & Investment Thesis

VC(ED) - Introduction to Venture Capital and Startup Investing - Deal Flow Strategies, Screening Investments, Investor Communication & Due Diligence

VC(ED) - Introduction to Venture Capital and Startup Investing - Term Sheets: Economic & Control; Capitalization, Dilution

VC(ED) - Introduction to Venture Capital and Startup Investing - Legal, The Deal, Other Terms and Considerations & Liquidity Events

Startup Pricing 101 - YCombinator Startup School 2019

Analytics for Startups - YCombinator Startup School 2019

Nine Business Models and the Metrics Investors Want - YCombinator Startup School 2019

How to Set KPIs and Goals - YCombinator Startup School 2019

How to Plan an MVP - YCombinator Startup School 2019

How to Evaluate Startup Ideas Pt. 1 - YCombinator Startup School 2019

How to Evaluate Startup Ideas Pt. 2 - YCombinator Startup School 2019

Startup Finance Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them - YCombinator Startup School 2019

How Investors Measure Startups Q&A - YCombinator Startup School 2019

How to Talk to Users - YCombinator Startup School 2019

How to Launch (Again and Again) - YCombinator Startup School 2019

How to Improve Conversion Rates - YCombinator Startup School 2019

Growth for Startups - YCombinator Startup School 2019

How to Work Together - YCombinator Startup School 2019

Building Culture - YCombinator Startup School 2019

All About Pivoting - YCombinator Startup School 2019

Startup School 2019 Orientation - YCombinator Startup School 2019

How To Prioritize Your Time - YCombinator Startup School 2019

YCombinator - Week 1 - Orientation - Ideas - Users and Q&A

YCombinator - Week 2 - MVP - KPI - Goals and Analytics

YCombinator - Week 3 - Business Models - Investors Perspective (Metrics and Measure)

YCombinator - Week 4 - Startup Launch and Growth

YCombinator - Week 5 - Startup Finance Pitfalls - How to Work Together

YCombinator - Week 6 - Building Culture - All About Pivoting

YCombinator - Week 7 - Improving Conversion Rates - Startup Pricing 101

YCombinator - Week 8 - Prioritize Your Time - Evaluate Startup Ideas Pt. 2

YCombinator Startup School 2019 Q&A

How To Establish Your Business in France

Plug&Play Corporate Handbook to Fintech Innovation

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