WEBINAR: Institute of International Finance — Digital currencies and geopolitics


As part of the IIF's webinar series on global digital finance, a panel including JPMorgan Chase head of digital wholesale payments and head of blockchain Umar Farooq, Mastercard regulatory affairs senior counsel Huifen Zheng and Georgetown University professor of law Chris Brummer will discuss the outlook for digital currencies and payment systems, including the influence of national interests and rivalries. More details here.[.....]

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