More than 100,000 businesses have closed permanently since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet many companies with the skills, knowledge, and technological capability to conduct business digitally have thrived. At an October 22nd virtual event titled The Future of Money, co-hosted by Fairfield County firms Reby Advisors and Neumann Real Estate, attendees will learn more about the new technological revolution and how it may impact the economy and people’s financial lives.
The Future of Money will take place on Thursday, October 22nd, at 6:00 p.m. and conclude by 7:00 p.m. The 60-minute program will feature a lively “Fireside Chat” between Bob Reby, CFP®, CEO and Founder of Reby Advisors, and Evan Jaysane-Darr, Chartered Financial Analyst and Partner at Invesco Private Capital.
Reby explained the mission behind the event:
“What can we do to avoid being left behind during the digital transformation of the economy? As investors, we diversify our portfolios with the aim of capturing gains from future technological advances made by all companies and industries. In our businesses and careers, our skills and knowledge must keep pace also.”
The Future of Money will be broadcast live via a Zoom webinar, accessible from any computer, smartphone, or tablet with an internet connection. All members of the community are encouraged to attend. The event is free, though registration is required. Interested parties can sign up at: www.RebyAdvisors.com/FutureOfMoney.
The special guest speaker, Evan Jaysane-Darr, specializes in venture capital, private equity, and financial technology. He has spoken at numerous global financial conferences and written white papers on topics ranging from blockchain technology to digital banking. At The Future of Money, he and Bob Reby will discuss the future potential of blockchain technology to launch a new technological revolution, banks without brick-and-mortar locations, and disruptions to the banking industry that are transforming how we transact and conduct business.
The presentation is provided for educational purposes only. No investment opportunities will be discussed. Registration is open between now and 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 22, 2020.