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  • FinTech and digital currencies: the European perspective and the regulatory status in Italy

    Seminario

    Enviado: 21 June 2018

    A comprehensive overview covering a broad range of recent legal and regulatory developments in the FinTech sector.

  • Crypto-currency "Dear CEO" letter

    Artículo

    Enviado: 12 June 2018

    The FCA has issued a Dear CEO letter on the financial crime risks posed by cryptocurrencies, in the most significant intervention to date by the UK regulator in the fast moving world of crypto assets.

  • The GDPR litigation pipeline

    Artículo

    Enviado: 05 June 2018

    ​As the dust begins to settle on implementation and compliance, a new menace emerges: the weaponisation of the GDPR in complaints and litigation.

  • The Future Now: Distributed ledger technology and governing law - The jumping off point Acceso restringido

    Conferencia

    Enviado: 25 May 2018

    A discussion about the hype surrounding DLT. What is fact and what is fiction and is there a blurring of the lines. As part of this, the session takes a look at issues surrounding the cross-border implications of blockchain and distributed ledger technology and use this as a springboard for a wider ranging exploration of key consideration.

  • Building a Robo-Adviser is no easy task Acceso restringido

    Artículo

    Enviado: 23 May 2018

    The FCA has published the findings of its multi-firm review of providers offering automated investment services (often referred to as “Robo-Advisers”). The review, which was published on 21 May 2018, followed the FCA’s announcement in its 2017/2018 Business Plan that it intended to monitor developments and new entrants to the auto advice industry.

  • Blockchain as a pan-sector solution Acceso restringido

    Conferencia

    Enviado: 17 May 2018

    Since its creation, blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLTs) have continued to evolve and develop at pace. Now a wide range of sectors are exploring whether blockchain technology could be used to transform their own industries. With a sector-based approach, Simmons & Simmons’ lawyers George Morris, Julien Moiroux and Lydia Torne, share their experience and views on the potential for blockchain technology in finance, the public sector and public procurements, and the healthcare and life sciences sector.

  • A polarised world: The "Philosophy" behind the cryptocurrency revolution Acceso restringido

    Conferencia

    Enviado: 17 May 2018

    Cryptocurrency has massive potential to change the way that society works, raising questions on the foundations of the effective governance of a centralised society. This session looks at the origins of cryptocurrency and cryptoanarchy, why it is becoming so popular, and where it may go to from here.

  • The Tech Talent Charter Acceso restringido

    Conferencia

    Enviado: 17 May 2018

    In this session we explore the aspirations of the Tech Talent Charter and share our thoughts and insights on using it as a platform for increasing gender balance within your business.

  • TMT in Asia - The China dog barks Acceso restringido

    Conferencia

    Enviado: 17 May 2018

    China’s adoption of innovative technology has been nothing short of astounding. To take FinTech as an example, reports put the value of online payments in 2017 at 100 trillion yuan (£11 trillion). What will happen next in Asia and how will it affect the rest of the world? This session discusses recent developments in the technology sector in Asia including the outlook for inbound and outbound investment.

  • The real Black Mirror: Navigating the law through the AI revolution Acceso restringido

    Conferencia

    Enviado: 17 May 2018

    Practitioners from the Symphony Ventures team, a leading automation service provider explore the evolving concept of AI. The session also considers some of the key legal issues and risks associated with AI.

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