The Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance at Babson College has become an academic member of the Mass Fintech Hub, a collaborative and cross-disciplinary working group of technology innovators, financial service and investment leaders, academics, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, which was designed to serve as a community to help spur regional innovation leadership and the economic growth of all aspects of the fintech ecosystem in Massachusetts.
The Mass Fintech Hub initiative is co-chaired by Michael Kennealy, Massachusetts secretary of housing and economic development, and Michael Fanning, head of MassMutual US. They are supported by the Mass Fintech Hub program team and the Fintech Working Group, a collaborative team of leaders from industry, academia, the investment community, and the public sector who have established the Mass Fintech Hub and continue to shape its expansion and community development.
“The Cutler Center is looking forward to working with this incredible group of financial leaders as they tackle the various issues facing the financial services industry,” said Farrah Narkiewicz, the Cutler Center’s marketing and events manager. “We are excited to welcome the Babson community, including our students and alumni, into this community to help connect, collaborate, grow, and innovate.”
Mass Fintech Hub recently celebrated its one-year anniversary working to make Massachusetts the global leader in fintech. It announced significant growth and revealed its upcoming programming schedule, which includes the Fintech Forum, Fintech Bootcamp, and Angel Investor Education Series.
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