Kai Keller leads the World Economic Forum’s work on the Future of Financial Services in China. He is working with private, public and civil society stakeholders exploring the transformation of the financial ecosystem resulting from technology-enabled innovation. Before moving to Beijing, he was based in the Forum’s New York office where he focused on the role of customer data as well as cyber security in Financial Services. Prior to joining the Forum, he was a consultant at the Clinton Health Access Initiative and an equity salestrader at Credit Suisse, Macquarie Capital, and Daiwa Securities. He is a contributor to WIRED and CNN Business. Kai holds a B.A. in Politics and Economics from Brandeis University (Waltham, MA) and a M.A. in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University (Medford, MA).
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