Blockchain and Crypto... Those are two terms that seemed to pervade the popular press in the current year. While they share some qualities, they impact all of us in very different ways. Some have claimed that Blockchain will render auditing obsolete by creating universal ledgers; some have claimed that cryptocurrencies will supplant fiat money. These are extreme claims that require thoughtful and informed discussion.
The SEC Historical Society and Deloitte & Touche LLP, on November 29 from 2-3pm ET, tried to separate fact from fiction in the Deloitte Fireside Chat, "Blockchain and Crypto - A Rational Dialog"
This year's program featured moderator Dan Sunderland, Audit & Assurance Partner, Chief Auditor, Deloitte & Touche LLP, along with Will Bible, Audit & Assurance Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP and Amy Steele, Audit & Assurance Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP.
The Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society and Morgan Lewis hosted the co-directors of the SEC Division of Enforcement for a discussion about the trends in today's regulatory landscape with a look ahead to tomorrow. The conversation with Stephanie Avakian and Steven Peikin focused on timely topics such cryptocurrencies, retail investor protection, and key enforcement cases and priorities.Morgan Lewis Presents
In this brief introductory video, Meredith Cross, former Director of the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance, highlights key issues from her oral history interview covering her two stints at the SEC during times of remarkable change. Learn more from Meredith's full oral history.See all Oral Histories >>
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