Established Firms Joining Blockchain Ecosystems Prudently

Established Firms Joining Blockchain Ecosystems Prudently
Thought Leadership Webinar: Gain insights on how senior management at industry incumbents can identify the opportunities as well as assess the risks of involvement with blockchain ecosystems.


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Presented By:

Samuel Proctor, CEO, Genesis Block
Andrew Pedvis, CFA, Genesis Block


April 24, 2019


10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. US ET

Session Length:

60 minutes

About This Webinar

Established firms with an innovative mindset are in high demand within the blockchain ecosystems that continue to form across a multitude of industries. Savvy companies are exploring involvement with these early stage firms and foundations to both enhance their own industries and improve or maintain their competitive edge. This rapidly evolving market, however, makes spotting and evaluating the best opportunities a challenge. As well, ultimate involvement can be fraught with risks including regulatory, compliance, counterparty, and reputational. Join Sam Proctor, CEO of Genesis Block, an advisory, financial services and technology firm focused on blockchain technology, to gain insights on how senior management at industry incumbents can identify the opportunities as well as assess the risks of involvement.

About Our Experts

  Samuel E. Proctor is co-founder of Genesis Block and an expert on the structure of financial systems and the regulation of blockchain technology. Prior to Genesis Block, he was an attorney at Debevoise & Plimpton, one of the leading blockchain and cryptocurrency-focused law practices in the U.S., where he focused his practice on complex regulatory and transactional issues impacting financial institutions.

  Andrew I. Pedvis, CFA is a senior member of the Genesis Block Advisory group. He has significant experience advising financial services clients in the blockchain and artificial intelligence spaces. Previously, Andrew led product development at both S&P Global Ratings and Fitch Ratings. At S&P Global, he also held leadership roles within Structured Finance, Credit Risk Advisory, and Fixed Income Research areas.

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4/24/2019 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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