Dr Demetrios Zamboglou: Overview of Global Financial Markets from Los Angeles | Stockwatch

Cyprus and Greece are part of larger Milken Institute World Conference program

Global leaders in finance, economics and technology gathered in Los Angeles to participate in the prestigious Milken Institute World Conference. Among the distinguished guests, proudly representing Cyprus, was the young entrepreneur Dr Demetrios Zamboglou.

I am deeply honored to have the opportunity to attend. The Milken event was not just another conference, ”noted Dr Zamboglou. In addition to the valuable information shared during the panels, participants had the opportunity to engage in conversations and participate in cultural events, from the pop art exhibit to hiking in the Runyon Canyon, creating a true experience of connection.

During the conference, the Cypriot entrepreneur attended various panels focused on his area of ​​expertise like commerce, blockchain, sports promotion and artificial intelligence (AI), obtaining valuable insights from current and future business leaders.

Crypto Industry and Commerce Outlook

According to experts, trading commissions are now at their lowest levels in history, while traditional stocks have been made more accessible to retail traders through splitting. At the same time, digitization has bridged the gap between institutional and retail traders / investors, to the point of ubiquity.

“I have always been fascinated by trading, and the idea that you only need your cell phone to access global markets is both liberating and opportunistic. Nowadays, thanks to technological advances, anyone can access the markets from their mobile phone. Whether you want to trade stocks, commodities, cryptos or something else, now everything is possible with the push of a button, ”noted Dr Zamboglou.

Another interesting topic was the social aspect of commerce and the network effect. Dr Zamboglou commented that without any prior knowledge of finance, traders can emulate other traders by making passive trades based on traceable performance over time. Such activity can grow exponentially and traders can increase their positions depending on the network effect.

Additionally, the crypto market is thriving and delivering on its original promise of providing powerful functionality for everyone. The ability to trade cryptos for financial assets and convert / trade with Defi (decentralized finance) without human interactions is just one of the many notable milestones in the development of cryptocurrency.

References from Cyprus by renowned business leaders

Cyprus and Greece were not discussed separately, but both were part of a larger program on business acquisitions, regulations and helping suitable businesses in need of restructuring. Cyprus was also mentioned in topics referring to the purchase of non-performing loans, supply chain constraints and investment in the health sector.

Participants argued that Cyprus and Greece are international investment destinations, but investments are based primarily on the quality of management and investor confidence in their ability to generate pleasing returns; and they agree that Cyprus still has a long way to go there.

Milken Institute is a non-profit, non-partisan think tank that supports small groups of ambitious, curious and motivated young leaders who aspire to change the world for the better. Milken’s Young Leaders Circle selects the world’s best and brightest professionals between the ages of 25 and 40, from a diverse set of industries. Almost 300 members are located in Los Angeles, New York, London, Singapore and the MEA regions and are actively involved in programs, research and networking events. Dr Demetrios Zamboglou joined the London Chapter following an invitation last March.

Dr. Demetrios Zamboglou is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Credit Financier Invest (CFI) group. Despite his many crypto-related roles and young people his age, Dr Zamboglou is a global financial markets veteran with over a decade of experience in trading, risk management and operations.

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