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ACI Singapore Seminar Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies seem to be the talk of the town lately.  It’s easy to see why that’s the case since owning $1000 worth of Bitcoins in 2008 would equate to $35 million today. How many of us really understand cryptocurrencies and blockchain, the technology behind them?  What are the risks associated with this form of modern day foreign exchange?  Can we as foreign exchange practitioners afford not to understand this new digital currency?  Learn from our panel of experts on the basics of cryptocurrencies, investing in them and the future of this space.

Moderator

Mr Varun Mittal, Asean Fintech Lead, Ernst & Young

Panelists

  1. Mr Mano Thanabalan, Chief Technology Officer, Otonomos BCC
  2. Mr Christiaan Kaptein, Principal, Dymon Asia Ventures
  3. Mr Stefan Mueller, Head of Global Wealth Services Asia, RBC Wealth Management

The event details as follows:

Date :                 Thursday, 7 September 2017

Time :                 Registration starts at 5.30pm
                             Seminar starts at 6.15pm
                             Cocktail refreshments at 8.00pm

Venue :               SGX Auditorium
                             2 Shenton Way
                             #02-02 SGX Centre 1
                             Singapore 068807

Sponsor :           SGX

This event is open to all members of ACI Singapore on a complimentary basis, seats are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. We have also set aside some places for the guests of members from the industry who would also like to attend the seminar. A S$107 entry fee (S$100 plus GST of S$7) will be charged for non-members, or they may wish to join us as a *member of the Association.

Please email enquiry@acisin.com or call 6732 0430 to register your interest. We look forward to your presence & participation.

(*Ordinary membership S$120  / Associate membership S$100 plus once-off entrance fee S$25 plus 7% GST applies)

The Seminar
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