The UBS Future of Finance Forum on Crowd Capital-Raising
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8 January 2017
This week we’re in New York at the third UBS Future of Finance Forum. This year’s edition sees an expert panel and special guests considering crowd capital-raising and hoping to take a step forward in understanding how this will shape the future of the financial-services industry.
8 January 2017
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