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Tech companies are continuing to push outward into other, more heavily regulated industries, but conquering the financial sector may require toeing some very nebulous lines around banking and money transfers.
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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / January 16, 2020 / DC Alliance is a technology-oriented community autonomy organization, set up spontaneously by all kinds of talents in computer engineering, cryptography, mathematics, economics and finance. At present, DC Alliance is committed to the future business, empowering the blockchain, and solving application problems.
DC Alliance’s Financial Layout includes a Decentralized Financial Infrastructure and a ” Basket of Stabilized Currency” and Decentralized Exchange. As block chain technology has broad prospects in the fields of digital currency, payment settlement and the Internet of Things finance, DC’s decentralized financial infrastructure takes the Alliance as the center, actively arranges each kind of financial business, improves the existing financial system, and creates the fair and just trading environment. In addition to that, “A Basket of Stabilized Currency” of DCCY was officially issued and the decentralized exchange will be launched on June 1, breaking the boundaries of traditional centralized finance and redefining the market.
DC alliance technology hackers also spontaneously formed the DC decentralization technology alliance, which is committed to the development and promotion of DCCY so as to promote the safe development of the open source ecological community. In their point of view, blockchain can be shared, transparent and decentralized, not only in the financial sector, but also it has the potential in the application in the banking, insurance, the Internet of Things and other sectors.
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company RiskFirst (A Moody’s Analytics Company) has appointed Charles Millard to develop its North American defined benefit (DB) pensions client base, which includes pension plans, consultants and asset managers. Millard, working in an advisory role based in RiskFirst’s New York City office, will harness his expertise and extensive network of North American pension plans to help grow RiskFirst’s client base in the US and Canada.
RiskFirst provides risk analytics and reporting solutions to the pensions and investment markets through its platform PFaroe, and is firmly established as a market-leader in the UK. RiskFirst has seen significant growth in the US in recent years and is seeking to take this to the next level.
Millard brings valuable experience, having held senior positions within the industry for nearly 20 years, including at the US Government’s Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC), Citigroup and BP Direct Securities. Through his role as CEO of the PBGC – which has a strong focus on the liabilities of corporate pension plans as well as its own liabilities – he is well-positioned to understand the challenges facing the industry, and the value of RiskFirst’s solution, PFaroeDB, in assisting asset owners and their advisors in zeroing in on dynamic measurements of funded status and liability.
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In the enterprise, no buzzword is as buzzy as the term “digital transformation
”. If you spend any amount of time reading whitepapers, analyst research, or attending webinars you’ll see the term digital transformation used in conjunction with a wide range of enterprise-focused technologies ranging from data centers to application development, and enterprise architecture and AI and blockchain
. But what does digital transformation even mean? And how does AI fit into the picture of how enterprises are thinking about AI and related cognitive technologies?
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