Steven Maijoor, Chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority, to Talk Fintech, Cryptocurrencies and Clearinghouses

Professor of Law : Georgetown University, and Director, Institute of International Economic Law

Steven Maijoor, Chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority, to Talk Fintech, Cryptocurrencies and Clearinghouses

CQ Roll Call and Georgetown’s Institute of International Economic Law are delighted to host Steven Maijoor, the Chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority, for a rare one on one interview, with Professor Chris Brummer.

Steven Maijoor, the Chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority, will be sitting for a rare one on one interview, with Professor Chris Brummer, at Georgetown Law on June 12, 2019.  During the interview, Mr. Maijoor will discuss recent and upcoming developments relating to cryptocurrency regulation, blockchain technologies, and cross-border equivalence for derivatives infrastructures.  Reservations can be made here.

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Basel Committee Issues New Crypto Asset Warnings

Professor of Law : Georgetown University, and Director, Institute of International Economic Law

Basel Committee Issues New Crypto Asset Warnings

Pile of Bitcoin, related to Basel Committee statement on cryptocurrency
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The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) issued a statement on “crypto-assets,” highlighting that new financial products related to crypto have the potential to increase the risks to banks who engage in digital or crypto assets. The BCBS, an informal standard setting body, was established by central bank governors to cooperate on regulatory and supervisory matters.  The story is here.

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EU Moves Closer to Harmonized Regulation of Cryptoassets

Professor of Law : Georgetown University, and Director, Institute of International Economic Law

EU Moves Closer to Harmonized Regulation of Cryptoassets

A sign in a Berlin pub signals the owner’s acceptance of bitcoin. Reports on cryptoasset regulation in the European Union could have global reverberations. (Sean Gallup/Getty Images file photo)

Two pivotal reports on European cryptoasset regulation were released today by the European Securities Markets Authority (ESMA) and the European Banking Authority (EBA), setting the stage for a process that could result in a “bespoke” regime for cryptoassets. The full story is here.

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French Regulators to Release CryptoCurrency Rules