The 18-19-20 February 2021 will be held the first edition of the International Symposium for Finance, Banking and Insurance (ISFBI). It is committed to be a core finance interdisciplinary event, open to academia and practitioners. This edition is entitled : FinTech, Cryptocurrencies and new burdens in financial economics: A post-worldwide Economic Crisis perspective.
ISC Paris is a partner of this conference. In fact, two of the three conference chairmen are professors at ISC Paris : Pr. Mondher Bellalah (ISC Paris and Cergy Paris University) & Pr. Ilyes Abid (ISC Paris). The third chairman is Pr. Jean-Luc Prigent (Cergy Paris University).
Covid-19 pandemic crisis has becoming a major worldwide economic crisis. Researchers and practitioners are now questioning the new world overwhelming their fields. With a historical low rates levels in the western economies, an exponential unemployment, a negative price for oil barrel and a growing number of companies defaults in key industries, finance -as a disciplinary field- is pushed at its further burdens. Transformation of the whole banking and insurance industry is getting accelerated by the double effect of this unexpected crisis and the growing competition of FinTechs and BigTechs. Central Banks are also in a crossroad: is there a space to classical monetary policy when even money creation is challenged by cryptocurrencies?
ISFBI is expecting to host high level contributions from academia and from industry as well on these subjects:
For its 12th edition of IFC-International Finance Conference, organizers decided to rename it as ISFBI-International Symposium for Finance, Banking and Insurance in order to align key topics of the agenda to the renewal of financial and economic thoughts. It is also an opportunity to open doors to new challenging fields insufficiently covered by top financial journals and conferences like technological innovations and smart applications in financial Economics, various alternative business models in Finance, Digitalization, and the increasing co-influence between finance, accounting and risk management. The last ambition behind ISFBI is to fill the gap between finance -as a core discipline- and other related expertise especially banking and insurance. These two last fields developed their own ecosystem of competencies and know-how and are not sufficiently integrated in the core finance journals and conferences.
Important dates :
Deadline for paper submission: November 30 th , 2020
Acceptance / Rejection: December 04 th , 2020
Definitive camera-ready version & Registration of Authors: January 11 th , 2021
Publications opportunities :
Articles presented will be published in special issues of the following journals: Gestion 2000, La Revue des Science de Gestion, Annals of Operational Research & International Journal of Entrepreneurship & Small Business