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Los mercados financieros ante la disrupción de las nuevas tecnologías digitales

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  • Luis Fernando López Roca
  • Mauricio Baquero Herrera
  • Jorge Armando Corredor Higuera

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Bajo el nombre de Los mercados financieros ante la disrupción de las nuevas tecnologías digitales, la Universidad Externado de Colombia y el Departamento de Derecho Financiero y Bursátil de la misma casa de estudios presentan ante la comunidad académica una obra sin par en el concierto nacional, que recoge casi una veintena de trabajos que tienen como común denominador ocuparse de diversos tópicos tradicionales de los mercados financieros, mirados ahora a partir del prisma de las nuevas tecnologías digitales. De esta manera el libro que usted, amigo lector, tiene en sus manos, lo paseará desde las interesantes facetas del asesoramiento financiero, ahora desde la visión del llamado robo advice, hasta lo relacionado con la naturaleza jurídica de los criptoactivos y la función de la blockchain en la compensación y liquidación de los mercado de valores, pasando por las características y problemáticas de los denominados "neobancos" y de los eco-sistemas de pago digitales, para solo mencionar algunos de los principales temas tratados. Esta breve descripción del enfoque y de los temas que fueron tratados por los distintos autores a lo largo de la obra muestran su riqueza y su valor doctrinario para los distintos interesados en el ecosistema FinTech. El abanico de temas tratados en el presente libro pretende dar al lector un material de consulta que le permita comprender de manera reflexiva y profunda las distintas manifestaciones de esta revolución disruptiva en los mercados financieros, para luego aplicar las lecciones en un ámbito académico o profesional.

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  • Luis Fernando López Roca & Mauricio Baquero Herrera & Jorge Armando Corredor Higuera, 2021. "Los mercados financieros ante la disrupción de las nuevas tecnologías digitales," Books, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Facultad de Derecho, number 1324.
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