About the class
With their tremendous success in just over a decade, many see Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as the premise of a new emerging international monetary order: decentralized, borderless, and free of government and central bank control. In this presentation, we will examine how they are shaping the future of money
About the professor
Professor Frederic Chartier has worked 21 years in banking within the financial services groups American Express, Dresdner Bank, and Bank of Boston. His banking expertise ranges from credit analysis to domestic and cross-border lending, treasury sales, foreign exchange, and interest risk hedging advisory services. As Director of Institutional Treasury sales at American Express Bank in London, his geographic customer base encompassed 15 countries spanning from Europe to the Middle East, and Africa. Prior to joining Hult in 2007, Prof. Chartier taught Economics and Finance in various colleges and universities in the Boston area, including Babson College, Boston University, Suffolk University, and The New England College of Finance. Professor Chartier was elected Hult Professor of the Year in the MFIN Program in 2018 and 2020, and in the MIB Program in 2020.