Partner Jay Baris (New York-Investment Funds) spoke at the Security Exchange Commission’s (SEC) FinTech Forum on May 31. The SEC's Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology (FinHub) hosted the event, which focused on distributed ledger technology and digital assets.
Jay’s afternoon panel explored investment management issues involving blockchain and cyptocurrencies. The session was moderated by Jennifer McHugh, Senior Special Counsel, Division of Investment Management, and feature additional panelists John D’Agostino (DMS) and Amy Steele (Deloitte).
A live webcast was archived on the FinHub page on the SEC website. The public is encouraged to follow the SEC on Twitter at @SEC News for live updates throughout the forum. The FinTech Forum hashtag is #SECfintech.
Jay is a member of Shearman & Sterling’s FinTech Foundry, a program dedicated to supporting the FinTech-related activities of the firm’s clients and the wider global FinTech ecosystem consisting of financial institutions, FinTech start-ups, accelerators and incubators, venture capital and private equity investors and policymakers.