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ON DEMAND: The Rise of CBDCs and Stable Coins: Legal and Regulatory Insight for Lawyers

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Run Time: 87 Minutes
 
**This is a previously recorded program, originally recorded on December 2, 2020.
 
The emergence of digital assets using blockchain technology on a distributive ledger has increased the demand for digital transactions exponentially—threatening to disrupt traditional models on the way we transfer value, and putting pressure on central banks to modernize monetary and payment infrastructures.   These disruptive changes have broad reaching implications for policy makers, attorneys, and business leaders, as society tries to grapple with a broad range of issues ranging from privacy concerns, financial inclusion, proper regulatory oversight, and monetary policy. Join industry leaders and leading practitioners in an engaging discussion on the proliferation of Stable Coins (cryptocurrencies linked to reserve assets) in the payment ecosystem, and the emergence of pilot programs of Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs).
 
Sponsored by: FinTech Regulation and Enforcement Committee of the D.C. Bar Corporation, Finance and  Securities Law Community
Co-Sponsored by: Futures and Derivatives Committee of the D.C. Bar Corporation, Finance and  Securities Law Community
 
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Speakers:
  • Jamie Boucher, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
  • Sharon Bowen, Intercontinental Exchange
  • J. Christopher Giancarlo, Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
  • Robin Nunn, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
  • Frantz Jacques, Jordan Guydon LLP (Moderator)
 
On Demand Registration Fees:
$0  D.C. Bar Community Member - Premium
$15 D.C. Bar Law Student Community Member
$20 D.C. Bar Community Member
$20 Government/Nonprofit
$40 D.C. Bar Member
$60 Non-member
 
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