FMA’s 2021 Legal & Legislative Issues Conference

FMA’s 2021 Legal & Legislative Issues Conference

Speaking Engagement

The Financial Markets Association’s 30th annual fall conference is a valuable forum for banking and securities attorneys, senior compliance officers and regulators providing for an exchange of information, ideas and experiences on current hot topic regulatory and legislative/agency initiatives. The focus is on high-level banking and securities law, enforcement proceedings, financial holding company issues, securities underwriting and distribution, capital markets regulation, and public finance. Key industry leaders, regulatory professionals and legislative participants will share information about changes in the regulation landscape and current hot topic areas of regulatory and legislative initiatives, including panels of general counsel from the banking, securities and commodities regulatory agencies.

WilmerHale Partner Tiffany J. Smith, who was also a member of the 2021 Program Planning Committee for the conference, will moderate the session “Digital Assets Regulatory Updates” on Friday, October 22 from 12:10–1:10 p.m. ET. This session will provide an overview of digital assets, including novel digital assets and use cases such as non-fungible tokens and decentralized finance; discuss the recent updates in the quickly evolving regulatory landscape for digital assets; and discuss the potential risks the industry faces and how these risks may shape the industry.

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