Dr. Erica RichardsonManaging Director, FTI Consulting Washington DC
Marc Taverner INATBA Executive Director. Former Global Ambassador & Markets Development, Bitfury. U.K.Marc TavernerINATBA Executive Director. Former Global Ambassador & Markets Development, Bitfury. U.K.
Marc Taverner is an Executive Director of the International Association of Trusted
Blockchain Applications (INATBA) – one of the largest multi-stakeholder blockchain
Marc joined INATBA in 2020 as the first Executive Director and since then has been
successfully leading the association with over 170+ companies, government officials, policy officers, regulators & legislators.
With over 20 years of experience working across the globe in fast-paced, lean
organizations, Marc brings a set of unique skills gained from a career in a mix of
start-ups and industry leaders, building teams and driving growth. Prior to joining
INATBA, Marc spent six years working with one of the original and largest crypto
mining companies, chip manufacturers, and blockchain solutions providers – Bitfury.
Marc also works as an independent consultant and advisor to international
technology companies at Bluesphere Solutions.
He holds BA with honours in European Business in Finance and Business Studies
from Brunel University London and ESC Clermont Business School respectively.
Thea Utoft Høj Jensen Managing Director, Head of Financial Services Public Affairs, FTI Consulting BrusselsThea Utoft Høj JensenManaging Director, Head of Financial Services Public Affairs, FTI Consulting Brussels
- Jul 09 2021
- 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Global Blockchain Policy: The State of DLT Regulation Worldwide
Europe’s MiCA regulation is not only important for the EU, it has the power to influence the future of blockchain policy worldwide. In the next 18-24 months, as the world emerges from the global pandemic, new disruptive technology is more likely to become mainstream and government stakeholders worldwide will seek to ensure that is well regulated following other technologies.
This event provides an overview of potential future updates, as well as insights into the current status of blockchain policy worldwide. The event will open with an introduction by INATBA and the work the association does to bridge the private and public sectors for mutual cooperation, focusing on the significant work undertaken to review and make changes to the European Commission’s proposed MiCA regulation. FTI Consulting team members will then present further info on the current state of play of blockchain policy and what the future holds.
This event is co-hosted with FTI Consulting.