Keynote speakers include Peter Guber, chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment Group; Anu Sachdeva, SVP and client partner at Genpact; OnDeck and FanBank Founder Mitch Jacobs; Jeffrey Hayzlett, a business speaker on innovation and disruption, as well as Senator Mike Lee (R-UT), senior technologists from the likes of Google, Cisco, PayNet, ebay, InsideCHAINS and award-winning adventurer, Colin Angus.
Summit participants are a handpicked group of experts and senior executives shaping the future of the financial services industry and include capital providers, online asset sellers, equipment industry leaders, technology disruptors and practitioners who are transforming the asset purchase and finance space.
Charles Anderson, CEMC founder, and CEO of Currency Capital, said, “We are pleased with the impressive list of industry leaders and innovators from across technology and finance participating in the summit. Nothing moves an industry forward faster than having leading, like-minded corporate practitioners together to discuss disrupting asset based financing.”
Topics will include “Digitalization of Asset Finance & Purchase,” “Man and Machine Learning/AI,” “The New Age of Blockchain” and “Re-Architecting the Digitalization of the Buying Process.”
CEMC is a community of corporate practitioners in equipment financing. Its charter is to create a forum in which industry executives can get the insight, interaction and information they need to make good business decisions. Established in 2016, CEMC provides capital providers, online equipment sellers and equipment industry leaders and practitioners with educational seminars, benchmarking surveys, group workshops, an annual Summit and retreat, white papers by expert faculty, a professional networking website and regional working groups.
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