A podcast by the Wharton Fintech Club is spreading the word about this fast-growing sector and the alumni at its vanguard.
Research by associate finance professor Luke Taylor examines the impact of ESG stocks on society and investor portfolios.
In a political environment skewed by fake news and “alternative facts,” Wharton professors examine the real economic impact of Donald Trump’s policies.
Is working for a name investment bank the only career path for aspiring finance professionals? Bruce Blechman explains the world of opportunities available to finance graduates that they may not have previously considered.
Was a packed schedule hurting her education? Or was it an education all on its own?
MBA student Steve Weiner helps fellow vets navigate the opaque waters of civilian life.
FinTech as a niche is dead. It’s on its way to becoming the core of financial services, and Whartonites are a big part of that.
Investment advisor and author Laurie Itkin is still a bull for stocks, particularly when puts, covered calls and other option trades are concerned.
Investors and companies going global now confront a world where local small or medium-sized enterprises and over-the-counter exchanges are proliferating.
Frustrated by the “utter lack of insight” into why stock markets have tanked in 2016? Here's a modest fix: have government ensure real market transparency.
In the world of finance, the more investors know about an asset, the greater their competitive advantage. Data science has taken this relationship to new levels in private equity.
The Fed cannot cure every ill, nor is it the cause of every crisis. Still, Wharton professor Peter Conti-Brown’s stand on it is: We should know more about it.
Professor David Musto shares the latest research on why investing in social enterprise is sustainable during a recent Wharton Lifelong Learning event.
The Lifelong Learning Regional Alumni Programs kicked off in New York City with new research revelations about impact investing. See the highlights here.
A group of FinTech startups are disrupting the traditional banking world for these five simple reasons.
The Wharton School and the World Bank partner on a revolutionary approach to engaging young adults in the future of the planet.