Delegates will also hear a keynote presentation delivered by Professor Wim Schoutens, Professor at the University of Leuven (KU Leuven) and founding partner of RiskConcile. Schoutens will be presenting on: ‘Risk-management, cryptocurrencies and block-chain solution: from crime prevention to trading and risk-managing cryptocurrencies’.
Other topics covered include:
Christopher Usher, Chief Executive Officer of Jersey International Business School and Chairman of the event, comments:
“We are excited to be hosting our Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Conference in Jersey on 20th September. Developments in the application of Blockchain could represent an opportunity for Jersey’s financial services industry or a threat to its business model and understanding how this technology might develop is critical for Jersey’s financial services professionals. With a superb line-up of speakers from on and off-island, we are looking forward to exploring important aspects of how technology and financial services are coming together and how this might impact the financial services industry.”
The event, which is sponsored by Blockchain Jersey and Blackfort, will be of interest to all financial services employees, digital entrepreneurs and investors with an interest in Blockchain and crypto-related assets.
This JIBS Events one-day conference will explore Blockchain in financial services and the growth of cryptocurrencies with a view to answering key questions on how Blockchain might impact Jersey, how it might be beneficial and if and how these digital assets should be considered as an investment asset class. During breaks, delegates will have the opportunity to exchange ideas with speakers and their fellow practitioners.
The 2018 Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Conference takes place on Thursday 20 September at the Hotel de France. Delegate places cost £395 and attendance provides 7 hours of CPD. For further information and to book, visit www.jibsevents.com/events/2018-cryptocurrency-conference