The rate at which the global digital assets industry is expanding is undeniable. Notwithstanding this rapid growth, there remains a number of questions as to the future of the cryptocurrency and virtual asset space – and the inherent risks and opportunities. Now more than ever, it is crucial for market participants to understand the evolving developments – and position themselves accordingly.
In the latest Matheson / UCD Leadership Series event in partnership with the Sutherland School of Law, UCD, Matheson’s partners, senior executives from the technology and financial services industries, together with leading UCD academics in the fields of law and blockchain technology explore this fast-evolving topic and highlight the opportunities and risks related to growth.
Rory O'Keeffe, Technology and Innovation Partner and event MC introduces the key themes, aims and topics of the Crypto and Digital Assets : What's Next? event
Anne-Marie Bohan, Partner and Head of the Technology and Innovation Group introduces our panel session: Digital Assets: Opportunities, Challenges and Potential for Ireland
Click on any of the images below to read our expert insight on fintech, cryptocurrency, NFTs and digital assets.
Matheson's legal team are recognised in the Irish and international market for their expertise in the areas of fintech establishment, financial regulation and technology and innovation law. Matheson's technology and innovation practice has been at the forefront of emerging technology and its legal implications for over 25 years, while our fintech practice, and our head of Fintech practice, Joe Beashel, have been recognised as "Band 1" by Chambers and Partners in their 2022 Global Fintech Guide.