The 2nd Distributed Ledger Technology Conference: New York City, May 3-5
The 2nd Distributed Ledger Technology Conference is scheduled for May 3-5 in New York City.
These events have been built in collaboration with some of the world’s leading banks, financial institutions and technology companies to ensure that the most pressing and pertinent issues are covered. Topics ranging across trading, fixed income, derivatives, syndicated loans and trade finance, identity and payments. Discussion for leading figures on both the business and technology sides of the global banking industry.
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Distributed Ledgers in Financial Markets, Smart Contracts, Decentralised Clearing Network, Decentralization in Financial Markets, Implementation Strategies, KYC blockchain implementation regulatory and compliance challenges, Distributed Ledger Regulations & Compliance.
Who will attend? CEOs, Chairmen, CTOs, CIOs, Managing Directors, Global Heads, Heads of Desks, Heads of Innovation and teams, Traders, Quants, Structurers, FinTech companies and more besides.
New York City Fees:
• All 3 days: $1500
• Workshop Day Only: $600
• Workshop Day + Day 1 Only: $1100
• Main Conference 2 Days: $1100
• Attend Main Conference Day 1 Only: $600
• Attend Main Conference Day 2 Only: $600
Limited places so book early!
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