Ken Goodwin is a sought-after thought leader in digital assets, global banking, capital markets, and venture capital. Ken spent 10 years at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and held leadership roles at The Bank of Japan, HSBC, and Royal Bank of Scotland. Ken is a Mike and Maureen Mansfield Fellow at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Ken advised multinational enterprises and mid-level capital firms on executing multi-billion dollar (USD) business development and institutional partnerships agreements in Asia, Europe, and North America. Ken is a TEDxTALKS Speaker, U.S. White House Business Council/Forward member, Aspen Institute Nakasone and Mike and Maureen Mansfield Fellow, Ronald E. McNair Scholar, and Harvard Model Congress Member. Ken graduated from Temple University with an MBA in Finance.
Ken is a globally recognized lecturer with over 50+ courses and 1000+ students as a college adjunct professor on Economics of Crypto Assets, Blockchain Investment, International Trade, Forensic Methods, and Corporate Ethics. Ken’s career accolades include:
• 1st Foreigner to monitor JGBs on the floor of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE/JPX)
• 1st Curator of the Women Leaders in Blockchain Symposium (NYC)
• 1st Curator of the Urban Leaders in Blockchain Symposium (NYC)
• 1st Curator of the Globally Local fintech, AI, and Blockchain Symposium (Wealth &
• International FinTech 2020 Award)
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