Elizabeth Schulze is a multimedia journalist at CNBC International, based in London. She reports, writes, produces and edits videos for CNBC's digital platforms.
Elizabeth was previously a field producer at CNBC's global headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. She produced the economics beat for three years with CNBC Senior Economics Reporter Steve Liesman, covering the Federal Reserve and U.S. economy. Elizabeth also worked as a producer on CNBC's breaking news desk and as an associate producer on "The Kudlow Report."
Elizabeth graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
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Elizabeth Schulze, CNBC International, discusses views of central bankers and fintech executives on regulating Bitcoin, and how IMF chief Christine Lagarde sees the cryptocurrency fitting into the financial system.
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IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde discusses how fintech can help with wealth inequality with CNBC's Elizabeth Schulze at the IMF Annual Meetings.
IMF Chief Christine Lagarde says it's important to look at the broader implications of technologies like digital currencies at the the IMF Annual Meetings.
"I think that we are about to see massive disruptions," IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde told CNBC about developments in financial technologies.
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde won't rule out the IMF potentially developing its own cryptocurrency in the future.
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde talks regulating digital currencies with CNBC's Elizabeth Schulze at the IMF Annual Meetings in Washington D.C.