Let this block of two afternoon sessions, in Helsinki on Wednesday 30 November, add to your DLT insights. Hannah Meakin, who is a legal expert and active with the “Post Trade Distributed Ledger Group”, will brief us on the regulatory nuts that still need to be cracked. Then, BNY Mellon’s Abhay Navale will share how he works to make digital-asset ledgers compatible with each other and with the new world. His team recently won a high-profiled Swift challenge on digital-asset interoperability. Join for free on our web platform.
Moving tokens is great, but will they make you a legal owner of the underlying asset? In our Helsinki conference next week, Hannah Meakin, of law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, shares her overview of the make-or-break regulatory aspects around our industry’s emerging DLT solutions. One of her touchpoints is the Post Trade Distributed Ledger Group, under the Global Blockchain Business Council, where she is on the organising committee.
As Global Head of Digital Assets Technology with BNY Mellon, Abhay Navale led the “hackathon” team that came to win Swift’s recent challenge on digital-asset interoperability. Join his session to learn how BNY Mellon is developing a seamless client experience for digital and traditional assets.
Both Hannah and Abhay speak in the afternoon of Wednesday 30 November, respectively at 15:30 and 16:00 local time, EET. (In Central Europe, clocks will tell an hour less, in London two hours less.)
In all, over 25 speakers will contribute through the two days, with the program running 8:55–16:30 on Wednesday, 9:00–14 on Thursday. Spot your favourite sessions in the agenda, and make sure you get registered on our digital platform.
• News around PostTrade 360° Helsinki 2022, on 30 November and 1 December, is gathered here.
• The conference info site, with detailed agenda, is here.
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