02 Aug 2022 · 2 min read

Spend Two Days With The Top Minds In Money

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The much-anticipated program for Best New Ideas in Money Festival has arrived. We are covering everything - from cybersecurity to cannabis. From hot trades to social justice. With 16 hours of networking, 20+ newsroom interviews and unlimited Q&As, you'll meet with the masters of money, so you can master yours.

Check out the highlighted sessions everyone in New York City is talking about. The full agenda can be found here.

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Insight Packed. Expert Backed.

Wednesday, September 21 | 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET

Jeffrey Katzenberg is one of the greatest Hollywood executives ever, reshaping the entertainment business by co-founding DreamWorks. So why is he now focused on cybersecurity instead of streaming, and partnering with the CEO of Aura, a digital security company? Hear from them both to find out. 

A renowned champion of financial literacy wants to help you shake-up your financial routine to achieve financial security. Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz helped build a brokerage firm with USD 8 trillion in assets and advised two White House administrations. 

A decade after Washington and Colorado became the first states to greenlight cannabis, 18 states have now made it legal for recreational use by adults. Two top state regulators illustrate the challenges and rewards of this growing new sector and what is going on in New York and New Jersey.

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Thursday, September 22 | 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET

The co-founder of a prominent metaverse project will talk about using the Ethereum blockchain to build a user-owned virtual world and the implications for global brands, new businesses, events, games and investing.

Jennifer Grancio runs a sustainability-focused investment firm that has successfully pushed for ESG changes at America's biggest companies, including Exxon, where Engine No. 1 forced out three directors it believed had been slow to respond to climate change. Find out how you can find good investments that match your views on carbon emissions and other sustainability issues.

Roy Swan runs the USD 1.5 billion mission-oriented investment unit of a massive charity dedicated to advancing social justice and reducing inequality while also generating financial returns. Find out how you can make a difference by investing in diversity, equity and inclusion.

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