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Prashant Saxena

Good to know: Candidate is an active contributor to Open Research on digital currency and CBDCs, most recently a Public Discussion paper by the Foundation.
No interview conducted for this nomination. Fellow Members may ask candidate questions regarding the candidacy in the Open Convention.
Nomination Content:
I am excited to seek nomination and contribute my bit to Open Banking, blockchain/DLT based digital assets.
I am glad to be connected with Muellners Foundation. Some of us came together to learn latest advancements in Financial world particularly with advent of blockchain technologies.
As a seasoned professional, working for Banks, I realized our new learnings have tremendous potential.
In coming decade, all financial products will be redefined. 'Internet as a channel' will shift to 'Internet of value'. We all will be part of this journey.
This foundation will be cherished as a forum to bring like minded folks together for subject based discussions.
Academic affiliation: Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta
  • About Prashant Saxena

    ☛ A versatile, analytical & committed IT Professional with a proven track record in delivering key projects within Cards & Digital Domain for major International Banks. ☛ Adept at Business Consulting, Digital Transformation, Business Analysis, Program Management & Delivery within Banking domain. ☛ Worked in capacity of various Information Technology competencies such as Product Owner, Technical & Senior Business Analyst, Project & Delivery Manager, Lead SME Cards, Implementation Lead, Relationship Manager, Application Architect, Software Engineer, and Production Support Lead. ☛ An excellent communicator & leader who adopts result-oriented approach while remaining calm & positive when working under pressure to meet targets & deadlines. ☛ Interest Areas - Technology driven Program Management, Transformation Initiatives within Banking Domain, Financial Blockchain, Web3.0, Data Analytics & Product Development.

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