CMCAS Presents

Cryptocurrency and Credit Risk: 

Where Are We Now and Where Are We Headed?

 

Date: Thursday, December 2nd, 2021

Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm ET 

 

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Please join us on Thursday, December 2nd at 4:00pm for a discussion around cryptocurrency. Topics discussed will include:

 

  • Cryptocurrency adoption: Where are we now and where are we headed?
 
  • How are financial institutions handling the emergence of crypto?
 
  • What does crypto mean for the future of banks?
 
  • Where and what are the key risks?
 
  • How should we think about capturing and managing these risks?
 
  • What role will stable coins and central bank coins play in the future of crypto?
 
 
Confirmed Speakers Include:

 

Jason Urban, Co-Head of Trading, Galaxy Digital

Jason Urban is the Global Co-Head of Trading at Galaxy Digital. Prior to joining the firm, he was CEO of DrawBridge Lending. He also founded and ran the equity index derivative business at DRW in 2009, and was previously at Goldman Sachs where he ran its equity volatility business. He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a BS / BA in Finance and Marketing from Georgetown University.

 

Ted Mlynar, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, DeLucia, Mlynar & Associates LLP

Ted is a global IP and complex technology attorney. For decades, he has been developing and implementing innovative solutions to some of the most difficult intellectual property problems in the world. Combining a keen legal acumen, first-chair trial experience, strong negotiation skills, and a deep understanding of technology, Ted works closely with technology clients to help identify and achieve their goals.

 

Ted brings to bear a wealth of practical experience in intellectual property law – including patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and unfair competition.  Whether it is litigation, licensing, or IP prosecution, Ted provides practical and winning approaches to complex problems.

 

In particular, he has in-depth experience advising technology, financial industry, and insurance industry clients in connection with fintech, blockchain and cryptocurrency issues, both from legal and technical perspectives. Ted can code and has been acknowledged by the Chamber of Digital Commerce as a “subject matter expert” in the field of smart contracts. He has been quoted by The Wall Street JournalCoindesk, and Law360 regarding blockchain and smart contract applications, and is frequently asked to speak on this evolving technology.

 

Jesse Friszell, Associate Director, Operational Risk, Gemini

Jesse is the Associate Director of Operational Risk for Gemini Trust Company, LLC, which he joined in 2019. His responsibilities include implementation of Gemini's Operational Risk framework, Risk assessing new initiative, products, and digital assets, and regulatory outreach with the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS). Prior to joining Gemini, Jesse was a Vice President/Executive Director at Goldman Sachs in the Office of Global Security and Technology Divisions, focusing on crisis response and business continuity. He is also a veteran of the Iraq War, serving as an Infantryman in the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment.

 

Donna Redel, Professor, Fordham Law

Bio to follow.

 

 

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REGISTRATION FEES:

 

CMCAS MEMBER RATE: $20

 

CMCAS NON-MEMBER RATE: $40

 

DISCOUNT RATE: RE-JOIN/JOIN AND ATTEND THE CRYPTO PANEL PROGRAM ON DECEMBER 2, 2021: $65

 

 

If you join today, membership is valid until December 31, 2022.

 

Cancelation Policy: Fee refunded with cancelation until close of business day by Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

Cancelations subsequent thereto and no-shows are liable for payment.