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Event Registration - Banking Reimagined: The Future of Digital Banking and Asset Custody

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Thursday, October 27, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Banking Reimagined: The Future of Digital Banking and Asset Custody

Description
Digital assets such as cryptocurrencies have opened a whole new realm in the financial services industry, with financial intermediaries seeking ways to engage with investors holdings those assets.  In addition, fintech-derived solutions have helped reimagine the relationship between financial services firms and tech-savvy consumers. 

While firms continue to try adapting to a more digitally-oriented marketplace, newer players are looking to disrupt the status quo in market structure, addressing both the inefficiencies of the settlement system and payment transfers, as well as the custody conundrum of exactly “who owns what.”  The center of that disruption is the blockchain, the decentralized database technology that has powered the roughly $1 trillion cryptocurrency market.   

Join us on October 27th for a discussion on the future of banking and asset custody with Caitlin Long, founder and CEO of Wyoming-based Custodia Bank and a leading expert on blockchain technology and financial market structure.  In this discussion we will cover topics such as the rising importance of digitally-based “neobanks,” an adapting regulatory environment, Caitlin’s own first-hand experience with building Custodia from the ground up, and implications for investment professionals whose firms are exposed to significant disruption.   

Don’t miss out on what is sure to be a lively and insightful discussion—register today! 

Speaker Bio
Caitlin Long is Founder & CEO of Custodia Bank, a depository institution designed to solve the settlement risk inherent in integrating digital assets with the traditional financial system and which will likely become operational in late summer/early fall 2022. A 22-year Wall Street veteran, Ms. Long became involved with Bitcoin in 2012. She was a managing director who ran Morgan Stanley’s pension solutions business in New York (2007-16), held senior roles at Credit Suisse in New York and Zurich (1997-2007) and began her career at Salomon Brothers (1994-97). She jointly spearheaded a project for delivering market index data to Vanguard using a blockchain, which is now in production at multiple buy-side firms, while chairman and president of Symbiont from 2016-18. She has helped to define a legal and regulatory regime for digital assets in the U.S., including helping her native state of Wyoming enact 29 blockchain-enabling laws since 2018 (parts of which have since been copied nationally). She is a graduate of Harvard Law School (JD, 1994), the Kennedy School of Government (MPP, 1994) and the University of Wyoming (BA, 1990). 

Pricing
Members | Complimentary
Non Members | $20.00

Passport Program
Members of any CFA society may attend at the CFA Society Boston member rate. Please Use code PPW2022 for webinars for member pricing. If you are only a member of CFA Institute, you do not qualify for the Society member rate.

Professional Learning Credits
CFA Boston has determined that this event qualifies for 1 PL credit hour under the guidelines of CFA Institute's Professional Learning Program.  If you are a CFA Institute member and a CFA Society Boston member, PL credit for your participation in this event will be automatically recorded in your PL tracking tool. Otherwise, you may upload 1 PL credit to your CFA Institute account in the PL tracking tool. 

Registration
Members can register by logging into their Boston specific account. Non-members and CFA Society Global members must create an account, or log into their Boston specific account, to register for this program. Confirmation details will be sent following registration. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please ensure you have completed the entire checkout process.  



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