Thu, 17 Mar|
Digital Currencies Roundtable
With digital currencies gaining momentum across the globe, what are the regulatory challenges and AML/CFT implications?
Time & Location
17 Mar 2022, 15:00 – 16:30 CET
About the event
This event is organised in the context of the European Commission's ambitious legislative package on AML/CFT rules and the proposed Markets in crypto-assets regulation (MiCA).
On 17 March, 15:00-16:30 CET, Anti-Money Laundering Europe (AME) will bring together industry, policy makers and financial institutions to discuss how digital currencies are gaining momentum across the globe and to reflect on the regulatory challenges and AML/CFT implications.
Paolo Panico, Paolo Panico's Law Chambers, Chairman of the STEP Europe Region
Provisions of the AML package related to crypto-assets service providers and transfers of crypto-assets
Gabriel Hugonnot, Seconded National Expert for Anti-Money Laundering policy, European Commission Directorate General for Financial Stability and Capital Markets (DG FISMA)
More than one way to skin a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)
Leigh Sagar, Barrister of England and Wales, Member of STEP Europe
Ashley Lannquist, Digital Finance Expert, Digital Advisory Unit, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
The presentations will be followed by a Q&A session with participants.
Please note that the Roundtable will be recorded. Please see our Event Privacy Statement for more information.