SFIG and the Chamber of Digital Commerce Present NYC and DC Blockchain Symposia!

SFIG, in association with the Chamber of Digital Commerce, is pleased to announce the continuation of its blockchain symposia series this fall. The series will continue in New York City on October 4th, covering the ways blockchain can impact structured finance and how to mobilize blockchain in order to connect tech to finance. On October 6ththe event in Washington, D.C. will continue the discussion on the interplay between blockchain and structured finance as well as potential policy and regulatory considerations.

The New York Symposium will be held on October 4th at the offices of Ernst & Young at 5 Times Square, New York, NY 10036 from 5pm-7pm, followed by a cocktail reception. To register for this event, please click here.

We are excited to have Dan O’Prey, CMO at Digital Asset, join us and provide opening remarks ahead of the panel.

The panel will be moderated by Lewis Cohen, Partner, Hogan Lovells. Participants will include:

  • Emmanuel Aidoo, Director, Credit Suisse
  • Leo Efstathiou, CEO, Finsight Group
  • Dan O’Prey, CMO at Digital Asset
  • Ron Quaranta, Chairman, Wall Street Blockchain Alliance
  • Eli Stern, Principal, Ernst & Young

The Washington, D.C. Symposium will be held on October 6th at Venable LLP at 575 7th Street NW, Washington DC, 20004 from 5pm-7pm, followed by cocktails. To register for this event, please click here.

This panel will be moderated by Val Srinivas, Research Leader, Banking & Capital Markets, Center for Financial Services, Deloitte. Panelists will include:

  • Kevin Batteh, Partner, Delta Strategy Group; General Counsel, Commodity Markets Council
  • Perianne Boring, President, Chamber of Digital Commerce 
  • Scott Mehlman, Founding Partner, BCSI
  • Andrea Tinianow, Director of Corporate and International Development, State of Delaware
  • Carol Van Cleef, Partner, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips 

If you would like to join SFIG’s Blockchain Task Force, please contact Alyssa.Acevedo@sfindustry.org.

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