AUGUST 24, 2022
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Dr. Shane Enete , Associate Professor of Finance at Biola University, shares with us his top recommendations and best practices about mortgage lending.
Associate Professor of Finance at Biola University
Shane Enete has worked as an associate professor of finance at Biola University since 2015. Enete launched the Certified of Financial Planning (CFP) program at the Crowell School of Business where students are trained in the art and science of personal financial planning. Prior to working at Biola, Enete was an investment research professional for 10 years for large institutional asset managers. His duties included valuing public stock securities, modeling asset allocations, and serving as a forensic accountant. Enete currently holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designations and was awarded the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) designation in 2014.
Enete holds a B.S. in Finance from the University of Southern California, a M.S. in Mathematical Finance from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, and a Ph.D. in financial planning from Kansas State
CTO & Founding Partner at Hello Iconic
Jorge is the CTO and Founder of Hello Iconic, where we help companies design, build, and launch mobile/web apps and platforms. With a background in Media & Entertainment supporting Fortune 500 companies, his current expertise excels in FinTech and Blockchain. In his 20+ years of experience, he’s helped companies launch successful global applications and platforms in embedded finance, Digital Banking, NeoBanks, Investment, and Wealth Management platforms. Some brands he has supported and advised include: The Change Company, Kinly, OfColor, Refundo, Disney, SUMA Wealth, and The Coca-Cola Company. Jorge has also helped early-stage and venture-backed startups with their development needs.
He is an MIT Technology Review Innovator under 35 (2015), Fellow of The Aspen Institute, and Alumni of the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative / Latino Business Action Network.