Crypto Sphere Regulations in Different Countries: Anthony Eskander, Barrister at KPMG UK, Will Provide Examples
In March, U.K. government made an announcement about the new crypto asset task force for monitoring digital coins and financial technology. The decision was made in order to decrease the level of risks surrounding crypto assets and improve fintech industry. And what laws regarding crypto sphere are being adopted in other countries? In the framework of the Blockchain International Show London, Anthony Eskander, barrister at KPMG UK, will deliver a presentation “Law and regulation: blockchain and cryptocurrencies” where he will present examples.
- overall view of worldwide regulation;
- countries regulating distributed ledger technology;
- countries regulating cryptocurrencies (specifically from a KYC/AML point of view);
- countries regulating ICOs;
- the extent of the regulation and the lesser which can be learned from those jurisdiction.
Anthony Eskander is the expert in advising on the possible risks and regulatory measures regarding crypto environment. He is specializing on consultations for companies and individual entrepreneurs on issues of taxes, frauds, corruption and control over money laundering activities.
Currently, he is the barrister at KPMG UK, a firm working in the sphere of litigation, regulatory crimes and crimes in financial sphere. He deals with matters of bribery, sanctions, private prosecution, travel bans, and many others. Apart from that, he is also a barrister at Church Court Chambers, advising clients on questions concerning financial and business crimes, criminal law in general and regulatory law.
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