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Lunch and Learn with Cryptocurrency Exchanges

An FIA Law & Compliance Division Event
4 May 2018 12:30pm to 2:00pm EDT
Omni Shoreham Hotel // Washington, DC

Interested in the cryptocurrency market but unsure about the legal and compliance issues? Join the FIA Law & Compliance Division on May 4 for a special Lunch & Learn that will explore the nascent cryptocurrency market with leading exchanges in this new asset class. Each exchange will give a brief introduction and then discuss regulatory status, compliance with existing rules and regulations, customer asset protections and other key legal and regulatory issues. Grab a boxed lunch to enjoy while attending the session.


Will Acworth, Senior Vice President, FIA

Jerry Brito, Executive Director, Coin Center


Michael Breu, Chief Compliance Officer, Gemini Trust Company, LLC
Hailey Lennon, Director of Compliance, bitFlyer USA, Inc.
Andrew Ridenour, GDAX Counsel, Coinbase, Inc.
John Roth, Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer, Bittrex, Inc.



This event is under Chatham House rules in order to encourage an open discussion. Participants are free to use the information they receive, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speakers and any other participants may be revealed. 

Event Details

event 4 May 2018
schedule 12:30pm to 2:00pm EDT
place Omni Shoreham Hotel // Washington, DC
local_atm Government: $60.00
local_atm FIA Members: $75.00
local_atm Non-Members: $100.00
local_atm L&C 2018 Attendee: Complimentary, included with L&C 2018 registration

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