AlphaPoint Appoints David K.A. Mordecai as a Scientific Board Advisor

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AlphaPoint, a blockchain company, offering financial technology solutions for institutional operators by providing global access to digital assets and cryptocurrencies, affirmed the 2016 appointment of David K.A. Mordecai, President of Risk Economics, and Resarch Advisor at RiskEcon® Lab @ Courant Institute, as Scientific Board Advisor. The appointment to the Alphapoint Advisory Board of Kamran Rafieyan, Co-Founder at Enceladus Trading and Sandra Ro, Managing Partner and Chief Operating Officer at UWINCorp was also announced.

AlphaPoint is described as “a global financial technology company helping institutions make illiquid assets liquid. Through its secure, scalable, and customizable distributed ledger platform, AlphaPoint enables customers to digitize assets as well as launch and operate markets.”


Alphapoint was a graduate in the 2016 cohort for FinTech Innovation Lab (FTIL), a highly competitive program that helps early- to growth-stage companies in fintech industry grow their business with support from the world’s top financial service firms. David Mordecai has served as the first Scientist-in-Residence for FTIL since his appointment in 2013.

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About Risk Economics, Inc.

Risk Economics specializes in economic analysis of risk and liability. It provides advisory services at the intersection of commercial business-process engineering and risk engineering with a particular focus on coupling commercial reinsurance and financial technology, through the rigorous application of agent-based, demographic, and statistical methodologies to microeconomic and macroeconomic analytics.The RiskEcon® client roster is diverse and includes governmental and quasi-governmental agencies, global insurance and reinsurance firms, leading law firms, technology firms, global banking institutions, asset management firms, multinational corporations with interests in natural resources, commodities, and energy, as well as government agencies and regulators.